Bhramanti (A Venture for Adventure!) is undertaking a journey into the lesser traveled regions around the Jawhar region. The region is quite remote and sparsely populated although it is accessible from all sides by roads in good conditions. Jawhar is home to several tribes including the Warli tribe. Jai Vilas Palace and Bhupatghad fort are the prime attractions in the area.
Jawhar is also home to dense forests and "a million" waterfalls in the monsoons. It is a nature lovers delight. Cycling through the region is a very good way to experience what the region has to offer.
Here is a brief itinerary:
Sept 4 - Cycle from Kasara to Khodala to Jawhar (about 60 kms) - most of the ride would be through hilly regions. The gradient is easy but the terrain is full of ups and downs. Overnight stay at Jawhar.
Sept 5: Jawhar to Wada to Khodala to Kasara (about 95 kms) - the region between Jawhar to Wada to Khodala falls under thick jungles and has rolling hills. We will travel on a tempo from Khodala to Kasara if we are short of time.
Let me know if you want to join. (Costs will be borne as per actuals).