RightOnTrek - Easy trek to Korigad Fort
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Captured by Chatrapati Shivaji in 1657, this fort went to the British after a prolonged seige in 1818. Several ruins of old structures within the fort still exist, and it's walls are still completely intact.
You start the walk through a jungle and trek up to the fort with a view of Amby Valley below. Atop you will get to see:
1. 2 lakes on the fort
2. Goddess Korai Devi temple
3. Several smaller temples to dedicated to Vishnu and Shiva
4. Six cannons - the largest of which is called the Laxmi Toph
5. View of Amby Valley
06:00 AM: The bus will pick up people from the pre-decided pick up points and leave from Mumbai.
09:00 AM: You will reach the base village of Peth Shahapur followed by a quick round of introductions.
09:10 AM: You start your trek
11:30 AM: You reach the top. Once atop, you will be free to explore the place, interact with one another and have lunch at the pinnacle.
01:30 PM: You start descending back to the base.
03:30 PM: You reach the start point and leave for Mumbai.
07:00 PM: You're back in the city with some amazing memories of the trek.
Travel by Non AC bus from Mumbai to trek base and back
Breakfast and packed lunch
Trek expertise and guidance
Does not include:
Any other meal, activity or expense not mentioned
About Some Place Else:
Some Place Else is an experiential travel company that curates offbeat getaways and trips that let you explore places around Mumbai in a very enriching, yet fun way. They put together experiences like nature trails, exciting treks, fantastic bicycle trails, city walks, food trails, camping getaways with music and barbecue and also, a fun treasure hunt!