Trips and Itineraries for Malavli
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Malavli Railway Station
We were total 6 travellers for this trek. We decided to catch 8.00 am local train from Pune station for Malavali. My friends boarded local at Pune and I joined them a Chinchwad railway station. There was rush in local than what expected, full packed. My friends were in other local bogie. We reached on Malavali railway station at around 9.15 AM. There were lots of travellers and trekking groups get down at Malavali Railway station along with us. It was raining continuously. Weather was perfectly set for trekking conditions. Sun was busy in hide and seeks game with rainy clouds. There are trax and sumos were available outside of Malavali railway station charging Rs 100/- per head for drop at Lohagad and Visapur fort. Without wasting any time, we started our first trek patch. After 1.5-2km walk we reached at Bhaje village. We had some breakfast and then our trek began.Base village Lohagadwadi is around 6-7 Kms from Bhaje village and you need to walk on a gradual ascent. This is one of the most pleasurable walks you will ever have with lush green surroundings.There was a huge waterfall at the foot hill of Bhaje cave. Nature at its best in rainy season. We decided to move on towards Lohagad and visit Bhaje cave while coming back.
Weekend Getaways from Malavli
77 Kms from Malavli
Best time to visit - January,February,October,November,December
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