Narayanpur - A small village near Saswad, known for its Narayaneshwar temple as well as Datta temple.
Finally we reached Saswad from where we took the road to Narayanpur. After driving for 9 KM we could see a road on left with sign boards leading towards Purandar Fort. Taking this road, we drove for another 1-2 KMs and reached a large Banyan Tree where we saw a couple of vehicles parked. This road further goes all the way up-to the base of the fort from where the steps begin; however if interested in trekking, one needs to park their car here. Make sure you have proper trekking shoes if you want to trek in rains. The weather was just perfect with climate being sunny and rainy intermittently.
The trails were hardly visible due to the trees and bushes. Also at many points the trails were marshy and muddy. All the way through the trek, you will get to see some awesome landscape views. It’s completely green all around.