Sondai Monsoon Trek

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Sondai is one of the lesser know forts around Mumbai. It was used as a watch tower and stands 6kms west of Karjat overlooking the Karjat-Chowk highway and offers a beautiful view of Morbe Dam, Prabalgad, Irshalgad, Rajmachi, Songiri forts and Matheran mountain range.

The name of the fort is derived from the temple of the Goddess Sondai at the top the mountain. There are 2 water cisterns at the base of the pinnacle and steps are carved out of rocks to go on the topmost point where an idol of Sondai Devi stands.

It is an easy 1-1.5 hrs hike from the base village and ideal for beginners or those who are trekking after a long time

Height: 1200 ft
Difficulty: Easy

Major Attractions 

  • Captivating views of Morbe Dam and Matheran Range
  • Sondai Devi Temple on Top
  • Ladders to reach the peak
  • Water Cisterns at the fort
  • Twin Waterfalls nearby(Seasonal)

Breakfast Cycle Ride

Ride through the empty streets of South Bombay on a lazy Sunday morning and explore the various monuments and heritage sites with the ride ending with breakfast at one of the iconic restaurants of Mumbai in Colaba.

Anybody, who recalls Mumbai, visualizes the iconic Gateway of India that stands on Mumbai harbour facing grandeur TAJ Mahal Palace. This is the first monument we come to. We would be riding through Marine Drive, the queens necklace. Apart from the coastline, there lies enormous playgrounds surrounded by antiquated British structures touching Raja Bai clock and Mumbai high court passing through meticulously crafted flora fountain in the midst of the city. Then comes Bollywood favourite chai spot, ‘The Horniman Circle’. Join us for a Perfect start to your Sunday.