Rajmachi Third Plateau

Trek Grade: Moderate to Tough (2 hours of uphill climb till 3rd plateau for adults; You may factor 30 mintues extra for kids or persons who are not so fit) 


Scenic views, mountains, rivers and waterfalls.

Date: September 25th, 2022 (SUNDAY).

Trek group size: Upto 15 Participants.

Mode of Travel: Private Vehicle. (17 seated bus)

Trek budget: Rs.1250/- per person Adult. (any child above 10 years old will be considered as an adult).

afternoon Lunch: Rs.275/- per person.** (Special pricing)
2 Veggies, Dal, Rice, Chapati, Chicken, Pickle, Papad, Basic Salad.

Booking amount 100% advance.

For bookings: WhatsApp: Asif - 9619182010 / Padmini - 9082730241

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Includes: 
Transport Mumbai to Base Village and back, Mountain Guide, General First Aid

Excludes:
Any meals (
Any kind of insurance
Tips, Parking charges etc.
Anything that is not included is excluded

Optional Extras;
Village Lunch (Rs.300/-) per person (Adults and Child) same pricing for meals.

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Pickup points: 
6:00 am Yari Road (near Mandir/Masjid)
6:15 am  Versova Metro Station
6:30 am JVLR (SV Road Junction) and (Western Express Junction)
6:40 am Powai
7:00 am Vikroli
7:30 am Belapur (along the highway) below fly over. 
7:45 am Near McDonald, Kalamboli on Highway near entrance of Mumbai-Pune Express highway
8:15 am We break for breakfast at Chowk
8:50 am We start for base village
09:50 am Arrival at base village
10:00 am Start of Trek
12:30 pm Expected to reach summit
13:00 pm Start return trek (Cut Offtime for return trek)
03:00 pm Expected time to arrive back at base village
Village Lunch
04:30 pm Start return trip (Cut offtime to start back)
07:00 pm Expected time back at Vikroli
07:45 pm Expected to be back at Andheri

Checklist for trek:
Attire:
T-Shirt; Cap; Track Pants/Leggings or any comfortable trousers (avoid shorts)
Trekking Shoes or Tough Canvas Shoe (Do not wear Gym or Running Shoe they will breakdown).
Rain Wear (Raincoat or Poncho)
what else to carry
Carry all stuff in proper backpack with all stuff packed in dry bag or proper plastic cover
Carry 2 Liters of water per person. 
Some snack pack like (Fruits; Dry Fruits; Chocolates; Biscuits; Roti /Veggies or Thepla or other dry snack like Boiled Eggs; Bread Butter; Chatni Sandwitches etc.
Spare change T-Shirt
Personal first aid kit and mosquito repellent


Experiences: During monsoon Plenty of waterfalls, 2000 years old heritage caves, rural village experience at (Kondivita and Rajmachi), Nature, Village Meals...

Altitude: 2000 feet above mean sea level.

Best Season for custom treks: July to February.

Location: Karjat Region.

Duration: 1 Day (Ex. Mumbai - Morning 6am to Evening 7:30 pm)














What to Carry?  (Mandatory Check list)
Attire: Trekking Pants or Track Pants or Leggings (Quick Dry material)
T-Shirts (Quick dry and full sleeves)
1 Set of Change Clothes and 1 Extra T-Shirt (Full Sleeves); Shorts and lite quick dry towel
Trekking Shoe or Tough Canvas Shoe
Spare floaters

Rain Wear and Cap or Hat
Water Bottles for Trek (2 liter per head)
Munching Snack and Fruits/Dry Fruits
Flash Lights for emergency
Personal Medical Kit and toiletries 
Own Waste Paper Bag
All items properly packed in Backpack


We will be climbing Rajmachi Third Plateau from Karjat Kondana Base Village (Kondivita Village). This trek route starts around 15 minutes walk from Kondivita Village, the trail gradually climbs up through a series of meadows, wilderness trees, and waterfall (during monsoon season). The slope gets steeper and more scenic as we ascend and crossing Ancient Kondana Caves on the way. And finally reach 3rd plateau which commands a magnificent view of the valley. 

More about Rajmachi

Shrivardhan and Manaranjan can also be considered as two separate forts. There is one small platue in between them. A temple of 'Bhairoba' is very beautiful. Shrivardhan is 'Bale killa' of Rajmachi. It is almost 3000 feet high. But it was mainly built to keep watch on Konkan area. The other - Manaranjan is 2700 feet high. Manaranjan consists of strong walls, 3 doors and many water tanks. One can see Ulhas river, Dukes Nose (Nagphani), Karnala ,Matheran, Mahuli and Bhimashankar etc. The old caves of 'Kondhavi' on Rajmachi fort are worth to see. The way to fort is long but truly with a good view. One can enjoy a nice forest, Tungarli lake and many waterfalls as well.


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