Khireshwar Tourism & Travel Guide

Khireshwar is base of Harishchandragad hill fort, There is a beautiful temple of Nageshwar as well as ancient caves of the Yadav era in Khireshwar village.

Trips and Itineraries for Khireshwar

Climb the third highest peak in Maharashtra Harishchandara Fort from Khireshwar Base village Day 1: Khireshwar to Harishchandragad (Konkan Kada) Time taken: 9-10 hours The trek from the base village to the top of Harishchandragad takes nearly nine hours....

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After getting down at Khubi Phata in the middle of a very foggy night , we settled down in a local roadside joint,hoping to catch a few hours of sleep before commencing our trek at the crack of dawn, here we met a group of trekkers from Pune & soon realised that busloads of trekkers were already at Harishchandragadh & finding accomodation in the caves at the top was going to be a problem.Heavy fog resulting in reduced visibility delayed our start by an hour , however the 5 km walk from the Phata to Khireshwar village walking along the banks of the Khireshwar dam is one of the best walks of my life, dense fog cutting of the view from all sides & only a little patch of road directly in front of us visible, it felt much like a heavenly walk amidst clouds.Finally an hour later we managed to reach Khireshwar village & headed straight to a local dhaba, a nourishing breakfast of Poha & a steaming cup of Hot tea in the rainy weather did much to liven up our spirits,& finally half an hour later we were ready to make the final push to the top,walking along the well beaten track, we soon crossed the dense jungles at the base of the fort, & gaining altitude slowly but steadily reached the Tolar Khind- a 100 ft rock wall that stands guard to the fort....

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Hotels and Homestays in Khireshwar   4 Hotels

Weekend Getaways from Khireshwar  

Best time to visit - January,February,October,November,December
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