Overview

Naneghat, also referred to as Nanaghat or Nana Ghat, is a mountain pass in the Western Ghats range between the Konkan coast and the ancient town of Junnar in the Deccan plateau. While going through Malshej Ghat, we can easily get a glimpse of Naneghat after Murbad. Nane means "coin" and ghat means "pass". This path was used as a tollbooth to collect tolls from traders crossing the hills. This is an ideal photography and star gazing destination now. The caves here have inscriptions about the Satavahana ruler Satakarni. These inscriptions are proved to be dating back somewhere between 60 and 70 BC. The Brahmi inscriptions at the caves also mention the name of Naganika, the wife of Satakarni's who was believed to commission the caves.  This pass was extensively used as a trade route between Kalyan and Junnar. This was the most important trade route, as it connected the harbor of Sopara (now Nalasopara) and Kalyan directly to Junnar and Paithan. Bor Ghat, Malshej Ghat, and Naneghat were the foremost road links for commuting coast to the Junnar plateau. The Satvaahans had made Naneghat their main route to Junnar. During their tenure, the most important way of commuting was Naneghat, which linked Kalyan & Sopara to Paithan. However, as time proceeded, it was destroyed by alien rulers and then paid no attention.

 

1 Night 1 Day Available on request Dadar, Maharashtra
Itinerary

Day 1, 
11:00 PM: Meet our team at Kotak Mahindra Atm near Pritam Hotel Dadar (E)
11:40 PM: Pickup from Teen Haath Naka (Thane)

Day 2, 
02:30 AM: Reach Naneghat Base 
03:00 AM: Start trekking after brief introduction 
05:45 AM: Reach the top and have an awesome sunrise view
07:00 AM: Breakfast time
08:00 AM: Caves exploration
10:00 pm: Start descending to reach base village
12:00 PM: Reach Base Village
12:30 PM: Lunch time 
01:30 PM: Start return journey
04:30 PM: Reach Mumbai, hopefully on time with no traffic jams.


Tour Type: This is a group trek (cost valid on minimum 15 participants)


Things to Carry

Identity Card
2 ltrs water
Enerzyl powder or Glucon D powder
Trekking Shoes
Snacks & biscuits
Extra pair of clothes
Clean napkin or towel
Cap, sunglasses, scarf
Please carry personal medicines if any
Hand Sanitizer


Cancellation policy 

  • If cancellation is done 10 days or more before the start of the trek: 75% will be refunded of the total trip cost.
  • If cancellation is done 7-9 days prior to the start of the trek: 50% will be refunded of the total trip cost.
  • If the cancellation is done 0-6 days before the start of the trek: No refund .
  • No show: No refund.

Important: 

Avoid wearing precious Jewellery while trekking, as Team TT won’t be responsible for any losses for the same.

Consuming liquor or any kind of Alcoholic substance is prohibited. Carrying any kind of substance that’s illegal is not allowed. Smoking is strictly not allowed. Anybody found smoking or consuming alcoholic drinks will be expelled from the event without refund.

Fitness & Health – Though trekking is a fun-filled activity, it demands good amount of physical fitness. If you are under medication, please carry your medicines. During the trek, leaders will have over the counter medication for temporary treatment, so do give a heads up to them if you need any medical assistance.

Highlights
What makes this tour special
  • Panoramic views of Jivdhan and Dhakoba
  • Satavahana era caves
  • Stone inscriptions
  • Highly enthusiastic and energetic trek
Inclusions/Exclusions
What we'll give. What we won't

What is included in the tour

  • Transportation from Mumbai - Mumbai (Pvt Non AC Bus)
  • Morning Breakfast and Lunch
  • Trekking Expertise Charges
  • First Aid Kit
  • All applicable taxes

What is NOT included in the tour

  • Any personal expenses such as soft drinks etc.
  • Anything other than above mentioned inclusion
  • All expenses incurred due to unforeseen and unavoidable circumstances like roadblocks, bad weather
Pickup point
Directions.
Pritam Da Dhaba, Swami Ganjivandas Marg, Lokmanya Tilak Colony, Dadar, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400014, India View on Map