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Hatgadh Fort

Dang District, Saputara 394720, India
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A little away from Center of Saputara town!!

Its a trekking sight and therefore will definitely require rigorous physical activity. Nothing much... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Anson_Cabral
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Mumbai (Bombay), India
Can be visited once

Its activity require good physical activity.again its slightly away from central... read more

Reviewed July 21, 2017
drpravinpawarmail
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Nashik, India
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  • Average48%
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“nice fort” (2 reviews)
“short trek” (2 reviews)
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Dang District, Saputara 394720, India
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Its a trekking sight and therefore will definitely require rigorous physical activity. Nothing much to see here and can be ignored from one's itinerary as well.

Thank Anson_Cabral
Reviewed July 21, 2017 via mobile

Its activity require good physical activity.again its slightly away from central saputara(4-5)kms.there are not much things to see here except greenary and misty surroundings.

Thank drpravinpawarmail
Reviewed July 17, 2017

Its a few kilometers outside saputara, towards Nashik. The place looks beautiful during monsoon with cloud cover and its flat top lookout. The fort structure is damaged heavily, but a trial during monsoon is good enough.

Thank joyienjoy
Reviewed July 4, 2017

The fort is a barren, open space atop a hill as are many of Shivaji Maharaj's forts. Whatever has remained as standing structures are mostly all in dilapidated conditions. However, there are a couple of cisterns and they probably are the saving grace of what...More

Thank Kiran R
Reviewed July 2, 2017

This fort is situated on border of gujarat and maharastra. This is best place for photography i say. Otherwise the fort is in totally damaged condition. You require to take some steps to reach over here. Car has to park in the middle way.

Thank vps15
Reviewed June 5, 2017

this is a really big fort located on top of a hill. it has some secrets hidden inside. But, the sad part is it is Not Maintained at all.

Thank vijayknagariya
Reviewed May 17, 2017 via mobile

After a short trek you will reach hatgadh fort. It is clean, the newly built steps gives a proper grip. The aim to visit it is not the fort because there are very few remains of fort but the mountain range you observe from here...More

Thank shahshilpa2121
Reviewed May 16, 2017 via mobile

Ruins and 5 small lakes inside the fort. More like ponds actually. View from fort is good. undergoing repairs just now.

Thank rajni110
Reviewed May 7, 2017

This is a small fort acts as backdrop for Hatgad. Cars can go half way and rest it is 20 minutes trek. You can see caves and cisterns on the way and some ruminant structures on the top. But the view from top is breath...More

Thank TNITIN
Reviewed April 10, 2017

Place at the junction of Maharashtra and Gujrat Near Saputara, pollution free, not much noise, Good indoor activities along with good food

Thank Ulhas D
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TRAVELLER_DANNY
January 18, 2016|
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Response from SujayHolidays |
Officially, you cannot camp there. Infact there is a gate at the entrance which is locked in the evening, prohibiting entry to the fort between 7pm & 9am the next morning. You can safely camp at the bottom of the hill... More
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