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Nelda Treks for a Cause: Kamalgad Fort And Pandavgad Fort Trek


Nelda Treks for a Cause: Kamalgad Fort And Pandavgad Fort Trek

?We are back again with “Most Affordable Trek at Just Rs 800/-?

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Welcome to Nelda Treks for a Cause! We present you our most exclusive Kamalgad & Pandavgad Fort Trek!

Trekking is a dream of every outdoor lover. To challenge himself with new difficulties and overcome with them. In trekking, you got to know about yourself too.

"The builder of the fort is unknown. During Maratha times, Kamalgad, Pandavgad and other forts in the area were administered by a mokasaddar (manager) from Bijapur. Early documents written in now defunct Modi script of the Marathi language refer to the fort as 'Kattalgad'. A detailed study of these documents is underway. In April 1818, Kamalgad surrendered after resistance to a British detachment commanded by a Major Thatcher. Under the British, it was used to execute prisoners of war."

The fort covers a flat area, 3-4 acres in size. It is surrounded by steep rock and can only be reached by perilously scaling this rock. Earlier, the approach was by an artificial tunnel, which started at the base of the rock and emerged on the top. Now this tunnel is blocked by a big rock which fell into it and was never removed.[4] There are no buildings on the top nor walls of any kind or even a gateway, which is unusual for a fort in this area. Likely, its height and steep rock around it provided it with enough protection.

"Pandavgad Fort" (also called Pandugad), 4177 feet above sea level, lies four miles north-west of Wai. The fort is conspicuous over a low spur branching east from its southern angle. From a distance it appears a square fortification with natural escarpment of cut black stone. The fort can be reached by a footpath diverting to the north from Bhoganv, a village 3 miles west of Wai on Wai -Velang State Transport route. In Bhoganv village, there is a small memorial of Vaman Pandit, the celebrated Sanskrit poet of the 15th century. The approach to the fort is very difficult and at places the path is barely a foot in width with the hill slopes on one side and deep valleys on the other.

???Why We’re the Best???

Because Location view, Food quality, Profit of this trek will go to Tree Plantation and Maintenance Activities in Pune, for More fun we try more than general trek, and other material quality etc.

Date:- 24th February 2019

Book Your seat today

only in Rs 800/- Per head

Group of 5 people at Rs. 700/- Per head

Last Date of Registration:

21st February 2019 (Before 5 Pm)

?We request you to kindly carry the following. It’s better to be prepared rather than not prepared.?

1. Yourself (That’s most important – after all you paid us!)

2. Rucksack (Just stuff your things in!)

3. 2 water bottle – 1 litre each (Dehydration is much needed.)

4. Torch/Headlamp (It’ll be really dark at night.)

5. Portable charger (You might just want to keep your phone aside, but then, selfies toh banta hai!)

6. Deodorant (You shouldn’t stink!)

7. Money (You’ll not need it, but do carry some!)

8. Energy Food ( Chocolate bars, Electrolyte drinks – Glucon-D, etc ) (You can carry some extra – we don’t mind to share!)

9. First Aid Kit (along with personal medicine as per your requirement)


TREK LEVEL: Easy to Moderate(difficulty level is subjective)


??Cost Includes??

1. Pune To Pune travel

2. First Aid

3. Tea (1)

4. Breakfast

5. Lunch

6. Evening snacks

??Cost Excludes??

1. Personal Expenses

(snacks, mineral water etc.)

2. Any kind of Insurance

3. Anything not mentioned in Includes

Limited Seats (25 only)

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For Further details contact:

Shubham:- +91 7620474849

Jeet Shinde:- +91 7447440066

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