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2 Best Trekking Things To Do In Karnala In July

 
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  • 01One Day Trek to Karnala Fort from Pune

    One Day Trek to Karnala Fort from Pune
    • h13 Hours
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    About the Activity:

    • Fixed Departure: July 16, 2016
    • A well protected fort owing to its location amidst Karnala Bird Sanctuary. This stunning quaint is one of the best specimen of the 13th century constructions.
    • Start your tour at around 6.30 AM, departing from Pune towards Karnala fort, having delicious and warm dinner on the way.
    • Reach the base at around 8.30 AM and listen to the safety instructions carefully as explained by your guide. 
    • Start your trek at around 9.30 AM, which last for around 3 hours, reaching at the top at around 12.30 PM and enjoy the stunning scenery and the 360 degree view.
    • Start your descent at around 1.30 PM and reach the base by 3 followed by a delicious lunch. 
    • Head back to Pune by 4.30, reaching there by 6.30 PM and conclude your trip with lots of memories. 


     

  • 02Easy Trek to Karnala Fort

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    Easy Trek to Karnala Fort
    • d1 Day
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    • 1,350
    About the Activity:
    • Join in for a lovely trek to Karnala Fort - a quaint fort near Panvel that overlooks a sprawling bird sanctuary.
    • Trek up to Karnala and soak in the spectacular view with Haji Malang to the northeast, just before Prabalgad and Matheran; Bhimashankar to the east; Rajmachi and Duke's Nose to the south; the Mahal Mira hill range to the southwest and Mumbai to the west.
    • Once the capital of the northern Konkan regions, this fort came under the command of the Portuguese, was conquered by Chhatrapati Shivaji, later captured by various empires like the Mughals, the Peshwas and finally, by the British East India Company in 1818!