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Rock Climbing & Trekking in Mumbai - Mumbai India

The Karla mountains, probably dating back to 160 BC, harbour the largest cluster of Chaitya caves. Their sheer rock faces provide the appropriate terrain for a rock climber to reach up to the white, fluffy clouds. Another popular adventure spot could be at Bhandardara. Bhandardara is 180 kms by road. It has one of the most beautiful lakes in the country surrounded by mejestic hills. You can go off on long treks around the surrounding hills like Ratangadh, a favourite fort of Shivaji or Kalsubai, the highest peak in Maharashtra, to the sprightly Randha falls or to Amriteshwar, a 1200 year- old temple. Various forts in the Sahyadris also provide a good base for trekking activities. Forts around Pune like the Sinhgad,Lohagad, Visapur, Shivneri, Purandar, Rajgad, Raigad etc. are some of the few forts. Besides this Pratapgarh near Mahabaleshwar, Panhala near Kolhapur and Torna near Bhor are other exciting options. There are various clubs and private institutions which organise trekking expeditions on a regular. There is good news for water sports lovers too. MTDC and various private clubs have introduced water sports at various lakes, areas near irrigation dams and the coastline. Imagine the rush of water and white foam coming up as you kayak or windsurf in these clean waters. Aqua sports no longer need be the preserve of a privileged few. Panshet Aqua sports centers located 40kms near Pune has various activities like speed boats, water scooters, kayaks, and windsurfing. Esselworld at Gorai near Mumbai is an amusement park with roller coasters and water slides.

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  • monika (India)

    20 Nov.

    The Mountain tour trekking is superbly to good climbing in Mumbai camp Destination so very beautiful mountain lovely journey camp in this places.

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