Rappelling at Madhe Ghat
Open Time : 5:30 AM TO 5:00 PM
Entry : free
Address : Madhe Ghat Water Fall, Madheghat Road, Karnavadi, Maharashtra, India
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Why to visit Rappelling at Madhe Ghat
Madhe Ghat is a fantastic choice for adventure because it is surrounded by the Western Ghats. You can participate in a variety of activities in Pune, including rappelling at a height of 120 feet near a flowing waterfall.
For thrill seekers, rappelling is excellent near Madheghat Waterfall.You must walk for around 30 minutes to get to the waterfall. It's an absolutely breathtaking experience to descend around 150 feet through a flowing waterfall. A controlled rope-based drop down a rock face is known as rappelling. Monsoon hiking is quite enjoyable with Madhe Trek.
After a 30-minute descent, you'll arrive at the base camp, where you can fill up on a delicious lunch and get ready to head back to the city. Transportation, meals, and the first aid package will all included in whatever package you choose. Carry plenty of water, a change of dry clothes, and warm clothing.
FAQ on Rappelling at Madhe Ghat
How to reach Madheghat Waterfall?
Take the NH-4 from Mumbai to Bangalore in the direction of Satara. Take a right at the Nasrapur Phata and continue on the road to the villages of Velhe and Kelad. You can also take the Khadakwasala Dam Road, which will take you to the Panshet Road at Donje Phata, Pabe Ghat, Velhe Village, and eventually Kelad Village. You can leave your car at Kelad village and then walk a short distance to the waterfall.
What are the places to visit near Madheghat Falls?
Nearby attractions includes: Torna fort Rajgad fort Banshewar waterfalls
What hotels are near Madhe Ghat?
Hotels near Madhe Ghat: (14.00 km) Raigad Fort (15.45 km) Kamalini Kutir (15.63 km) Balaji Resorts
Participation is not permitted for those under the age of 12 or those above the age of 55. Be exceedingly cautious while wading through the water and avoid performing any tricks near the waterfall. Traveling in a group is advised.
By Mehrosh Shamim
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