Trek to Durg Dhakoba By Trekdi

01-Jul-2018

About This Tour

Durg and Dhakoba are the two prominent peaks on the plateau between Naneghat and Bhimashankar ranges in Pune. Since they are at 3,900 and 4,100 feet respectively, they offer commanding views of the ranges around. One can camp at Durg temple or Dhakoba temple, both of which are located between thickets. If attempted from the Konkan side, the trek involves climbing up and down steep ghats, which is quite a challenging task, even for experienced trekkers.
Beginners can attempt this from the Deccan side with little effort and enjoy the grandeur of the Western Ghats.

Fee
Tour
Cost
1450

Day-wise Schedule


1 Day 1 05.30am Leave from Pune, Fergusson college main gate.
08.00am have breakfast on the way.
09.30am Reach to base village.
10.00am After introduction and briefing, start trek.
11.30am Reach to the top of fort, Explore
01.00pm start descend
02.30 pm Reach to base village, have lunch
04.00pm start return journey towrads pune
05.15pm Have tea on the way
08.00pm Reach back to pune with sweet memories of trek

Things to carry

A postive mind set and a healthy body!
Luggage packed in big good trekking sack, all luggage packed in plastic bag.
Complete spare set of clothes & socks
Water bottle (atleast 1.5 ltr) compulsory
Electral/ Glucon-d energizers and personal medication
A sweater/warmwear/rainwear (as per the season)
Rubber soled sport shoes. (Converse, sandles, chappals, floaters not permitted)**
A sleeping bag / Thermocol mat and shawl / normal satranji and shawl: (only for overnight treks)
Torch with Extra pair of Batteries (compulsory)
Camera, Binocular (Optional)
** If you will be going to the outdoors more often, we suggest you buy Action Trekking Shoes.

Pickup points

05.30am Leave from Pune, Fergusson college main gate.

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Price


₹1450


Includes

A wonderful experience of the outdoors with like mided people!
Private transport Pune to Pune including Toll and Parking
Breakfast and Tea, Lunch, Evening tea
Safety Equipments & First Aid
Expertise
GST

Excludes

Soft drinks and bottled water.
Basically, anything not mentioned in the 'includes' list.

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