Event Grade: Easy Endurance Level: Easy Height of Plateau: 2300 ft approx. Location: Panvel Total time required for climbing: 2 hours of normal climb Duration: 1 Night Cost: Rs.1100/-
Batch 1:- 23-24th Nov Batch 2:- 30-1st Dec
About Prabalmachi Prabalmachi is located between Matheran and Panvel and comes under the Raigad District in the state of Maharashtra, India. This is a very small and remote village on the base of Fort Prabalgad. The beauty of this place is due to its rustic location where you find lots of nature and no pollution at all. Trek to Prabalmachi is about 1.5 hrs to 2 hours from its base. The height of the Prabalmachi village is 390 meters above sea level.
The village of Prabalmachi is the base camp for a trek up the Prabalgad Fort (766 m) and Kalavantin is a 500m. It is located near the Machi and Vajepur villages. The Prabalgad Fort stands at an elevation of 2,300 feet in the Western Ghats. The fort was previously known as Muranjan until it was taken over and renamed by the Maratha forces under Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj's rule. The fort has a Ganesh temple and some unidentified stone ruins. Its sister fort is Irshalgad. Right next to Prabalgad, to its north, lies the steep Kalavantin fort.
Major Attractions: Scenic view of the city from Prabalmachi / plateau and the cool breeze Enjoy a panoramic view of the Surrounding and the city Amazing hike in the woods Wonderful climbs Camping at the top of the plateau Games with lots of fun
Travel Schedule We'll be boarding the below train from the nearest local station. Train timings are shared below for convenience: Participant need to board 2nd Compartment
Itinerary Day 1: 08:15 pm Meet the Team at Panvel station and move towards Thakurwadi by local transport 08:45 pm Reach Base village, freshen up, gear up for the trek 09:00 pm Introduction round and brief on rules and regulations to be followed by everyone on the event 09:15 pm Start the trek, Reach plateau by 10.30 pm and explore the surrounding 10:45 pm Dinner time; enjoy local cuisines specially cooked for us followed by a bonfire and lots of fun. If tired you can retire and take rest in tents.
Day 2: 07:45 am Start descending from Prabalmachi. 08:30 am have to breakfast. 09:00 am Start descending post-breakfast along with the beautiful memories from the event 10:30 am Start return journey towards Mumbai by local transport 11:00 am Reach Mumbai and bid adieu with a promise to meet again.
Event Fee: Rs.1100/- per person. Payment once done is non-refundable, do check for availability before making a payment.
Includes The cost per head includes the following. Travel from Panvel to Base village and Return Unlimited Dinner, breakfast in the morning Tent Camping Local guidance First aid
Cost Excludes All kinds of extra meals / soft drinks ordered. Insurance, tips, porters, bottled mineral water, aerated drinks, etc. Any kind of personal expenses. Any kind of cost which is not mentioned in the cost includes above. All expenses incurred due to unforeseen and unavoidable circumstances like roadblocks, bad weather.
Things to carry Some ready to eat food like- plum cakes, fruits, chocolates, biscuits, etc 2 Litres of water must Good trekking shoes Power bank Carry Blanket Torch with new batteries Extra pair of clothes, socks optional Cap, Camera as Optional 1 packet of electoral, enerzal, gluconate-D Medications if required for individual Avoid wearing precious ornaments on an event, if possible And a haversack or backpack to put all the above things to be carried, so hands are free to help each other while trekking. Sling bags / jholas / trolley bags etc not allowed on the event. Please pack accordingly.
DISCLAIMER: For all these events you are at your own risk. Organizers are not responsible for any accident or compensation in whatsoever manner. We should strictly follow the code of conduct, to avoid troubling our fellow trekkers or other people from our group or even local people. All the timings and itinerary mentioned above are tentative. Adventure Geek will not refund money if the event is cancelled due to natural calamities.