Brief Event Description
|Event Organiser||Explorers Trek & Tours|
|Pickup Point||Chikki Shop, Lonavala.|
|Pickup Time||03.45 pm|
|Things to Carry||1. Good Quality of Rucksack with all inside luggage packed in a plastic bag.
2. Water Bottle – Min. 2 Ltr.
3. Extra Dress – One
4. Raincoat / Cap / Warm wear, etc. (according to weather)
5. Napkin, Torch.
6. Glucon – D OR Electrol – Optional
7. Any Type of Sports Shoes Compulsory in a Good Condition while trekking & at the time of Activity. (Don’t wear Leather shoes, Cut Shoes or Floaters)
8. Dress Code: T-shirt, Flexible Track pant (HALF PANT NOT ALLOWED.)
9. Any type of addictions like tobacco, Liquor, etc are strictly not allowed.
10. Personal Medicines, if any.
|Itinerary||Day 1 :
03.45 pm - Reporting at Lonavala.
04.00 pm – Bike ride towards Rajmachi.
05.00 pm – Reach Camp Site.
06.00 pm - Barbeque & Campfire with Antakshari & Group Games.
08.30 am – Dinner
Day 2 :
07.00 am – Tea & Breakfast
07.30 am – Start Trek towards Shrivardhan & Manoranjan, Explore the Fort.
12.00 Noon – Reach base Village & Lunch in Local Home.
01.00 pm – After Lunch enjoy Kayaking at Lake near to Village.
03.30 pm – Start return journey towards Pune with happy memories.
06.30 – pm Reach home with ultimate Experience.
1. Trekking with all safety measures.
2. Day 1: Evening Tea & Barbeque
3. Dinner (Veg. & Non Veg.) – Unlimited
4. Day 2: Morning Tea & Breakfast - Pure Veg – Limited
5. Lunch – Pure Veg. – Unlimited
6. Expert Team
7. Stay in a Tent on multiple sharing basis
8. Sleeping Bags, Carry mats, One Torch in each Tent. , First aid kit
9. Government Service Tax
1. Cold drinks, Mineral water, etc.
2. Petrol Expenses.
3. Break down charges, if any.
4. Day 1 Lunch & Day 2 Dinner
5. Private orders of Tea, Breakfast, Meals, etc
6. Personal expenses of any kind
7. Insurance Coverage
8. Medical expenses other than “First aid”
9. Any other charges not mentioned in “Fees Include”.
|Instructions & Guidelines||NA|
Rajmachi (Udhewadi) is a small village in the rugged mountains of Sahyadri in India. The fortification at Rajmachi consists of two forts, namely Shrivardhan Fort and Manaranjan Fort. Rajmachi Fort is a popular trekking destination. Ruins of forts, waterfalls, temples and the ancient Buddhist caves on the way beacon the trekker through dense forests presenting a mixture of history and nature which makes Rajmachi a much sought after trekking destination.