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Initially, I had planned to take my wife and kids along with me....But thankfully, the kids called it quits as soon as we started the climb.As for my solo climb, I wouldnt have made it without this super friendly guy from the village- Ramesh. He...More
Tandulwadi Fort is located near Saphale, 104 km north of Mumbai. Tandulwadi is not a fully built up fort, but a series of structures spread over the top of the mountain. The fort dates back 800 years and was primarily used as a watch tower over the...More
Of the many forts in the Thane region, all of which were primarily built and managed by the Portuguese during their reign of Bassein (Vasai) in the 16th century. ... The historical Takmak fort is situated in Vasai Tehsil, Thane District. The fort is naturally separated from main hill and surrounded...More
Takmak Fort is on a hill to the north east of Virar, on a hill at a height of 2000 feet and it provides some amazing views of the confluence of the Tansa and Vaitarna rivers to the west of the fort, and of Vandri...More
One morning I decided to explore Takmak fort. It was rainy season. I was sure that it will be green. I reached Virar Station by train, hired a rickshaw and reached the base village. I spoke with a young village lad who was aquatinted with...More
It's a long trek to the top. Carry a lot of water. Not risky or hard though. You have to scout the place before you trek here if you are a first timer. You have to ask the local for the location towards the base....More
its place for treking, in sakwaar village, Mumbai Ahemadabad Highway, Virar E area. Best time to visit this place at the start of rainy seasons or in winter season.
But all things including food and water should be taken with us from city itself. Had...More
It was awesome Trekk. View was breathtaking from the apogee. It is highly recommended to take a guide because the way is so confusing and there are not many groups go there to whom you can follow. Trekking at TakMak fort is advisable in monsoon,...More
This fort is now remains of the past. The scenic beauty seen from here is just worthy to get here and experience once.The fort is in remote location so group of 10-20 can make it easily to come and get thrilled.