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Kolad River Rafting at Maharashtra by Mercury Himalayan Explorations
Looking for weekend getaways from Mumbai? Kolad river rafting as it is popularly called, is done on the fantastic Kundalika river. This rafting day trip will take you through the virgin forests below the Mulshi and Bhira dams, along a 14 KM stretch of the Kundalika. This wild and exciting stretch passes through Grade II and III rapids, and with our fully qualified guides you're in great hands.
MORE DETAILS HOW TO REACH THE RAFTING START POINT From Mumbai (138 Kms): Take the NH 17 Goa highway till Kolad. 1 Km after the Kolad Market, turn left on the SH 60 to Pune. From here it is 8 Kms to Sutarwadi (MHE site office). From the reporting office it is another 8 Kms to Shajey Village our starting point.
From Pune (100 Kms): Take road to Mulshi Dam and drop down the ghats till turn off to Shajey Village our starting point.
Reporting time: The Kolad river rafting trip starts at 8:00 am every morning. Since the water flow is controlled by the Bhira dam, we must start our rafting on schedule or face the possibility of trip cancellation due to lack of water flow. Therefore please report by 8.00 am.
Who can raft? Almost everybody other than pregnant ladies, heart patients and people with severe asthma. Children below 14 yrs will not be allowed to raft.
What to bring?
T Shirts, shorts and sport shoes or floaters for rafting.
A change of dry clothes and a towel.
Light warm clothes if you are camping overnight with us.
Sun Hat / Cap
Sun Glasses Water proof sun block lotion
Want to know about our Kolad river rafting charges? Read on... COSTS INCLUDE: Morning rafting trip and lunch afterwards. All government taxes included. All rafting equipment, including guide, crew and life jacket. COSTS DO NOT INCLUDE: International/Domestic air fare or train fare. Camping or overnight stay. Unforeseen expenses that demand a change in itinerary like natural forces, changes in weather, road blockages, flight/train cancellations and illness. Medical, Travel, or Evacuation insurance. Expenses of a personal nature - tips, laundry, phone calls, beverages. Visa fees and international airport charges
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