Brief Event Description
|Event Organiser||Aquarius Outbound|
|Event Location||Vihigoan waterfall|
|Pickup Point||Kasara Station Near ticket counter|
|Pickup Time||7.40 am|
|Things to Carry||1. A haversack to put in all the things to be carried. So that one has hands free while trekking.
2. A bottle of water (1.5 ltr).
3. Scarf for Ladies is a MUST while rappelling.
4. Camera (Optional).
5. Electoral / Energy powder, 2 Lemon, some snacks & biscuits (optional).
6. Torch with extra batteries.
7. Personal medicines & 2 plastic bags for weight distribution, mosquito’s cream.
8. A good trekking shoes.
9. And most important: A sense of adventure.
|Itinerary||Meeting point: Kasara Station Near ticket counter at 7.40am
You may catch Kasara slow local ( S5 ) from respective stations and get down at Kasara station
CST: 5.02 am
Byculla: 5.10 am
Kurla: 5.30 am
Ghatkopar: 5.36 am
Thane: 5.57 am
Dombivali: 6.19 am
Kasara: 7.38 am
CST: 6.55 ( Fast Local )
Byculla: 7.02 am
Kurla: 7.15 am
Ghatkopar: 7.19 am
Thane: 7.35 am
Dombivali : 7.47 am
Kalyan: 7.54 am
Kasara: 9.08 am
1. Morning Breakfast
2. Traveling from Dadar to Dadar
3. Equipment & Expertise Charges.
The charges for the Flying Fox are Rs. 500/- per head.
Extra Rappelling will cost Rs 500/- Per Rappel, and will be permitted only after every person has done with his first chance. For all outdoor development programs, the importance of quality instructors and equipment is most critical.Organizer prides themselves in their technical skills and expertise in which we make no compromise. Their technical team is a set of highly skilled & certified mountaineers with knowledge and experience in adventure for over 13 years.
All equipment purchased and used follows international safety standards in terms of quality & usage. The equipment is carefully chosen and tested by our outdoor experts before it is approved for use in the field thereby ensuring total safety.
|Instructions & Guidelines||NA|
Waterfall Rappelling Also technically known as canyoning and canyoneering are more often associated with technical descents those that require rappels (abseils) and rope work, down-climbing. An adventure sport, where you walk down a cliff amidst the gushing waterfall.