|| 15 Oct 2017 || Wild Rangers Oneday Tour to Dabhosa Waterfall
Lets Get ready to Visit One of the highest waterfall situated on a short distance from Mumbai. A quick tour to Javhar passing by those lush green yards and water streams one which will introduce you to a hidden gem of Maharashtra situated on lendi river. The wonderful perennial waterfall of Maharashtra “DABHOSA”. Visit to “JAY VILAS PALACE” the neoclassical style palace was built by Raja Yashwant Rao Mukane , The popular place of historical importance at”SHIRPAMAL”. Mesmerizing view of Kasara range from “HANUMAN POINT’ and the heart of the city Javhar & heritage of lovers…”SUNSET POINT ” will be a quick plan to take a break from rush life and rejuvenate yourself for a kick start of new week.
Let’s Do it Ranger way.
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Dabhosa :- This waterfall is one of the highest waterfalls in Maharashtra. To top it all this is one of the very few waterfalls which is perennial. The crater shaped bowl into which the waterfall cascades and the lake at the bottom of the waterfall is truly a spectacular site for the urbanite.
Jay Vijay Palace :-The Palace is the most popular historic tourist attraction in Jawhar. This neoclassical style palace was built by Raja Yashwant Rao Mukane. This palace is also known as Raj Bari and used to be a residential palace of the Munke royal family. Built on a hill top, this palace is a master piece of architecture with blend of Western and Indian styles of architecture in majestic pink stones. The interiors of this palace display the rich culture and lifestyle of tribal kings of Munke family. The palace is surrounded by a beautiful garden with a dense forest like foliage, having trees of Cashew everywhere
Hanuman Point :-there is a tomple on the hill this temple is known as Katya Maruti mandir due surrounded dark forest of cactus. The temple is surrounded by valleys on three sides. The valley is nearly 500 feet deep. During renovation a view point was created near the temple, which is known as Hanuman Point. During the day time, one can see the historical fort of Shahapur Maholi from this point, while during night time, it is possible to see lights of train in Kasara ghat form this point. The valley also known as Devkobacha Kada.
Sunset Point :-heart of the city, there is a heritage of lovers called a Sunset point. The shape of the valley around the Sunset point is like Bow, therefore earlier it was known as Dhanukamal. During sunset, one can see the mountain of Mahalaxmi near Dahanu, which is nearly 60 km from Jawhar.
Shirpamal :-The Shirpamal is a popular place of historical importance. The emperor of the Maratha Kingdom, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj had stayed here over night, in-route to his Surat plunder.
- Private Transport
- Breakfast / Lunch and evening tea
- First aid
- Wild Rangers administrative charges
- Anything which is not mentioned above.
- Any kind of expenses of personal nature
Sunday,15 oct 2017- Gathering at Dadar at 06.00hrs
- Gathering at Dadar Station Near Pritam Hotel for Mumbai Partcipants at 06:00 Hrs ( Pick up for Goregao, Boriwali, Vasai, Virar can be done as we will be taking Western Express Highway)
- Proceed to Dabhosa (packed Breakfast will be provided)
- Reached Dabhosa. Enjoy the view
- visit to Shirpamal, Hanuman point, Jai Vilas Palace, Sunset Point
- Return Journey
- Identification Proof
- Water Bottle (2 Lit)
- Spare set of clothes
- Ready To eat food/ snacks
- Medicine those if you require usually
- Camera at owners risk.
- Avoid wearing Gold and other ornaments
For Registration one needs to call and SMS us Name and Email Addresses of participant along With alternate contact number, to any of the coordinator mention in below contact and Transfer full payment of event in the account details mentioned below.
A/C Name: – Mayur Phadale
A/C Number: – 643801505651
IFSC Code: – ICIC0006438
MICR Code: – 400229080
Branch: – ICICI Bank, Andheri (East)
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