Thrilling Waterfall Rappelling Bekre with Shoe Drill Adventures
Details Height: 100 ft Fun Cost: Rs.1000/- only
What is Rappelling? A descent from a height, such as a cliff or a wall, in which one slides down an anchored rope and applies friction to control one's speed by means of a specialized device. In order to make the activity safe, there are three people involved in this activity- 1. The person on the top holding your line has control over your descent. 2. You have control over the speed of descent. 3. The person waiting below.
Details : Bekre waterfall is close to Bhivpuri station. A short 10 minutes drive from Bhivpuri station takes us to a village from where this waterfall is 30 minutes away. The route to this waterfall is scenic in monsoons with lush greenery around. The trek from the village till the waterfall is very easy and no pre-trek experience is required. Once at the waterfall other than the main rappelling patch you can also spend time in the nearby pools.
Itinerary : •Meeting Point : 07:35 am at Bhivpuri Railway Station. Catch Karjat Slow Train: Starts at CST 05:20 am - Get down at Bhivpuri 07:29 am
We will reach Bekre village by auto. Breakfast will be provided at the village. 08:30 am :- Start Trek till the waterfall. A short hike up the hill takes us to the rappelling point. The day will be spent in rappelling and spending time in the nearby pools and waterfalls. 04:30 pm - Back to Bhivpuri station.
Things to carry: Good trekking shoes Flip flops (preferable while traveling) 2 liters of water Raincoat or poncho Some ready to eat food. Plum cakes, Biscuits, etc. Medicine those if u require usually (Optional) A haversack to put in all the things to be carried. Avoid wearing Gold and other ornaments. In rainy season pack your bags accordingly to save them from getting wet.
Inclusions: Traveling from Bhivpuri to Bhivpuri. Breakfast in the morning. Lunch (veg only) Safety and First Aid. Professional expertise. Equipment Charges. 1-time Rappelling charges.
Exclusions: Travel till Bhivpuri. Meals during travel. Personal expenses. Insurance of any kind. Medical hospitalization, evacuation, and related expenses. Any item not covered under “inclusions”.
Note: Carrying or consuming alcohol and addictive substances is strictly prohibited on a trek. If caught, you will be expelled from the group without any further discussions or refund.