1. Upside-down waterfall (c) YouTube
If you wish to do a two-day trek, you can reach the second base of the trek from the exit point of Sandhan Valley. You can also sleep here in one of the hanging tents, which is a thrilling experience.Next morning, leave for Samrad through Karoli Ghat. This is a five hour trek.How to get thereBy Air: The nearest airport is Nashik (90 km). From here you can take a private vehicle to Samrad.By Rail: The nearest railway station is Igatpuri on Mumbai- Nashik route. From Igatpuri road transport is available.By Road: Take a bus from Igatpuri to Bhandardara, and get down at Shendi village in Bhandadhara. Private and shared vehicles from Shendi are available for Samrad. The distance is about 22 km.Best time to visit:November to February is the best time to visit Sandhan Valley. The weather is cool and dry in the winter season. Summers can be very hot, while it rains heavily during monsoons, making it challenging to navigate through the valley.Expenditure:A camping package with a tour-planner may cost you about Rs 350 inclusive of food. If you plan to visit the valley yourself, a round trip from Mumbai/ Nashik / Pune might cost you anything between Rs 2000 and 4000.Have you been to Sandhan Valley? Tell us all about it here.Tick all hidden gems off your bucket list. Check out Kitkat Travel Breaks on Tripoto here.The readers are hereby informed that the views, thoughts, images and opinions expressed in the article belong solely to the author, and Nestlé India Limited assumes no responsibility or liability for any errors or omissions.
2 Day trek to Ratangad fort and Sandhan valley2018 January 26 : Ratangad fort2018 January 27 : Sandhan Valley