Brief Event Description
|Event Organiser||Explorers Trek & Tours|
|Pickup Point||SP College, Tilak Road, Pune|
|Pickup Time||11.30 pm|
|Things to Carry||● A Good Quality of Rucksack suitable for one day Trek with all inside Luggage packed in a Plastic bag
● Minimum 3 Ltr. Water.
● Extra Dress in a plastic Bag.
● Rainproof / Sun Cap / Warm Wear as per Season.
● Napkin / Towel.
● Glucon - D OR Electrol - Optional
● Keep Separate Plastic carry bags for Mobile, Wallet, etc. to save it from Rain.
● Shoes Compulsory in a Good Condition while trekking.
● Torch with Cell
● Dress Code - T-shirt, Flexible Track pant. (HALF PANT NOT ALLOWED.)
● Any type of addictions like tobacco, Liquor, etc is strictly not allowed.
● Personal Medicines, if any
Note : This is just a reminder list of what to Bring. You can bring other things as per the Need.
|Itinerary||Day 0 : 11.30 pm
After attendance Departure for Ratangad.
Day 1 : 05.30 am
Reach Ratanwadi Village. Toilets are not available in a Journey, Base Village & throughout the Trek.
06.00 am - After Morning Tea & Briefing immediately Start the Trek. Breakfast will be given at Ratangad top.
09.00 am - Reach Ratangad. Tea & Breakfast.
09.30 am - Explore Ratangad.
11.30 am - Start Descending the Ratangad.
02.00 pm - Reach Ratanwadi. Boys can change the Dress in a Bus & girls can change in a Local Home.
03.00 pm - Lunch in a Local home.
04.00 pm - Start return journey towards Pune with happy memories.
06.00 pm - Evening Tea & Snacks on the Way.
11.30 pm - Reach SP College Tilak Road, Pune via same route.
Transport by Non AC High Back Private Vehicle (Pune – Ratanwadi – Pune).
Trekking with all safety measures.
Morning Tea & Breakfast (Limited)
Lunch (Pure Veg.)
Evening Tea & Snacks (Limited)
First aid kit.
Government Service Tax.
Dinner on Sunday, Cold drinks, Mineral water, etc.
Private orders of Tea, Breakfast, Meals, etc.
Personal expenses of any kind.
Medical expenses other than “First aid”.
Any other charges not mentioned in “Fees Include“.
|Instructions & Guidelines||NA|
Ratangad is one of the forts which give a panoramic view of Sahyadri Ranges near Bhandardara lake. As the name suggests it is a jewel (Ratna) amidst the forest in Bhandardara area. Ratanwadi is the base village for Ratangad having oldest temple from Hemadpanti era. The temple is known as Amruteshwar Temple and is famous for its carvings. Ratangad has still the remains of fortress with bastions & Stone Walls. Caves on Ratangad can easily accommodate 25 people at a time. The view from the fort is beautiful and breathtaking. One can see the magnificent View of Kalsubai, Aland-Madan-Kulang, Aajoba, Pabargad, Backwaters of Bhandardara, etc.