1 Night 1 Day

Kalsubai is the highest peak in the Sahyadri range. Kalsubai trek will leave you in awe of Sahyadri ranges. Once you start your trek and when you finally reach the top and look down, the view will astound you. This is an easy trek yet it has all the thrilling elements from steep inclination to climbing ladders and what not. You start your trek from the Base village, Indori.

What to expect from this package:

  • You trek to the Highest point in Maharashtra, at 5400 ft.
  • Mind Boggling view of the Bhandardara Backwaters.
  • View of the Majestic Alang, Madan, Kulang Peaks
Start Date  30th April
End Date  1st May
Location  Igatpuri
Route   Kasara Station – Indore Village – Kalsubai – Indore – Kasara Village
Trip Duration   1 Night – 1 day
Trek Grade  Easy to Moderate
Traveling from Kasara to Kasara
Breakfast and Lunch
Guide and Expertise Charges
Personal Expenses
Anything not specifically mentioned under the head “Price Includes”.

Cancellation Policy:

  • Cancellations prior to 30days from the start of the trek — 90% refund.
  • Cancellation before 15 days to the start of the trek — 50% refund.
  • Cancellation a week to the start of the trek — No refund.




Additional information


23rd May

Catch a train leaving for Delhi. Dinner needs to be carried by each participant in a disposable container.

24th May

We reach Delhi in the morning. After a sumptuous breakfast we leave for Delhi. Beating the heat in the AC mini bus we’ll reach Tirthan by night. Tents will be allotted to everyone. We retire for the day.

25th May

Today, instructions for the stay in the campsite would be provided and later we’ll got out for an acclimatization trek.

26th May

  We would be going out for a secret waterfall trek today and later visit a fishing farm in Tirthan.

27th May

Today we’ll be conducting outdoor activities like rappelling and river crossing. Later in the night we would be enjoying around a campfire.

28th May

 We would be hiking to Jalori pass today. After driving for few kilometres, we would be hiking to the top of Jalori pass (3120 m) Packed lunch would be provided today!

29th May

 We would be enjoying few camping games today, and rest of the day would be left to explore around the campsite and famous Crystal Hill of Tirthan.

29th May

After early morning activities we enjoy the campsite for the last day. And leave for Delhi late in the evening.

31th May

We reach Delhi in the morning and catch the train by afternoon.

01st June

By 9am we’ll reach Nasik station


1.     40- 60 lt rucksack

2.     Mini rucksack (Approx 10  lts, enough to carry essentials like waterbottle etc on a day hike)

3.     Water bottle (Min 1 lt)

4.     Torch with spare batteries

5.     A pair of good broken-in shoes

6.     A fleece or a jacket

7.     Loose breathable 3-4 pair of full sleeves shirts

8.     2-3 Loose breathable, light weight cargo pants or track-pants

9.     A hat or a cap

10. 1 set of Thermals

11. 3-4 pairs of cotton socks

12. 4-5 set of Undergarments

13. One pair of chappals or floaters

14. Compact rain jacket

15. 3-4 Empty Polythene bags

16. 1 Lightweight Towel (Quick-drying)

17. 1 Rope sling

18.  Toiletry kit (Soap, Toothpaste, toothbrush, talcum powder, Mosquito repellent)

19. Personal medication if any



A humble request for not carrying, any valuable equipment, ornaments, comics etc


The campsite has western toilets with running water, regular power with generator backup.

The campsite has bathing facility too, hot water would be provided everyday in the morning.

The meals are Strictly Veg during stay at Campsite

There is a complete ‘First-Aid Kit’ available at the campsite. Instructors are trained to give first aid.

Please inform the camp-in-charge about any long term medical treatment the kid is undergoing for any illness. They should also inform about hypersensitivity (to antibiotics, sulpha drugs etc.) / allergies if any.

There is facility to take bath, moreover the kids may not find time for this. Instruct the kid to observe physical cleanliness / personal hygiene.

There will be an adequate number of female Instructors.

Keeping Safety of in mind, the instructors may not allow some kids to participate in some activities.

Parents and/or guests/relatives of the kids are not allowed to visit the campsite during the camp.

The Camp-in-charge’s decision in any matter related to this Camp is final.

View from base village for Kalsubai trek