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Trekking With Birdy – Kaas Plateau, Sajjangad, Toshegar, Waterfall, Tapola & Pratapgad
September 27 @ 10:00 pm - September 29 @ 9:30 pm UTC+5.53000Rs.
For Kaas Plateau
We will meet at Andheri / Goregaon Station on 27 September 10 pm
Departure for Satara by Private Transport
28 September after Breakfast we will visit Sajjangad & Toshegar Waterfall, After Lunch we will visit Kaas Plateau
Night Stay at Tapola Resort
29 September Enjoy some time in Koyna River, After breakfast departure for Pratapgad
After Lunch Departure for Bombay
we will reach Bombay about 9 pm
Grade: Easy and Enjoyable for all age group
Charges: Rs 3000/- per person
Charges include: Private Transport, Entry fee, Veg Food, Stay in Resort at Tapola (share Basis)
Please Carry: 3 Litter Water, Windcheater / Rain Coat, Torch, and Chadar
Please carry your mobiles etc in water proof bag for protection from rain water.
For registration please transfer Rs. 3000/- per head in the following Bank A/c – and inform me
Name: TREKKING WITH BIRDY
Type: Current Account
Bank name : I D F C Bank
branch : Vashi Branch
Bank account number : 1000 474 0038
IFSC code : IDFB 0040103
Once payment is done, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with Transaction ID,
Participant Name, Email ID, Mobile Number. and call me on my Mobile
For more details Call: Birdy
Mobile 9223403281 / 7588703281 / 8976003281
Trekking / Rock climbing / Rappelling is an Adventurous activity and accidents may happen
in spite of taking utmost caution and care.
We are not responsible for any Injury / Accident / Death to the participant while on trek.
It’s Important to be fit before going for Treks.
It is Important to have a medical fitness check up done.
If suffering from any allergy or ailment,
Please bring personnel medicines to prevent serious health problem including heatstroke, Headache, Cough, Dehydration and Hypothermia.
Participants suffering from Any health problem Like Asthma, Bronchitis, Blood pressure, Migraine, Diabetes etc should take permission from their physicians before treks.