Monsoons And Treks Can Also Go Hand In Hand

Trekking g is beautiful and trekking is adventurous as well. If you want to spend some time in the lap of nature, then nothing is more fruitful than going for a trek.

Yes, there are number of events in Pune during weekends but going for a trek can surpass all the plans. These are the lifetime experiences that one can cherish forever. Here are some options that one can try in the coming months.

Irshalgad Trek: This event is scheduled on 27th August. It will begin on 7 AM in the morning and end on 5.30 PM in the evening. It is organised by the ‘Eighty Degree Adventure Sports’. The place is located in the outskirts of Mumbai and in order to book your seats now, one has to pay an amount of Rs 900. This place is very popular among the regular rock climbers and trekkers. This is one of the most enjoyable and beautiful trek routes in Maharashtra and one has to walk through the forests with full of greeneries around. If you choose monsoon season for this trek then you will witness more beauty of nature as it is lush green and fresh due to heavy rains. From this place, one can also go to the Morbe Dam which is also a memorable journey. One can choose a weekend to go for this trek as it is a matter of a day and one needs to pack their bags and go for it.

Goa-Forest to Coast: This is another trek plan which begins on 2nd September at 10 AM and end on 5th September at 10 PM. This is an event which is organised by the ‘Outdoers India’ and the cost for this tour is Rs 9500. The difficulty level is very low for a trek and those who are thinking of going trekking for the first time can easily choose this as their first experience. One can book this trek any time of the year but the best time to go for this trek is from September to March. In this event, the trek duration is for 2 days and the elevation that one need to cover is a maximum of 800 metres. Here one can have a look and experience of seaside villages and pristine beaches which are always attractive. Monsoons are the best as one can get to see the greener forests around with gushing waterfalls. One can also get to see the Netravali wildlife sanctuary which is located in South Goa at the Sanguem Taluka. This place covers an area of 211 square kilometres and it is also connected to the Madei wildlife sanctuary. The main attraction here is more than 100 species of colourful butterflies.

Explore Andaman: This one is scheduled on 9th September to 12th September and one has to book it with an amount of Rs 12950. Do not forget to do Scuba Diving in the Neil Islands and have a visit to Radhanagar beach.

Pack your bags and go for a trek as this is the right season.

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