Harishchandragad Clouds Special – Trek & Camp

Harishchandragad is known for its challenging trekking trails, breathtaking views of the Sahyadri range, ancient rock-cut caves, and the famous Konkan Kada, a cliff face that offers stunning panoramic views of the surrounding valleys.

As the pre-monsoon clouds gather in the sky, join us on a special camping and trekking experience to this magnificent peak located in the Western Ghats of Maharashtra.

The overnight camping experience under the starry sky will be an unforgettable experience, as you sit around the campfire and share stories with your fellow trekkers.

So pack your bags, put on your hiking boots, and get ready for an adventure of a lifetime as we explore the natural beauty of Harishchandragad amidst the pre-monsoon clouds.

Altitude: 4650 ft. Approx.
Major Attractions:

Kedareshwar Cave – There is the huge cave of Kedareshwar in which there is a big Shiva Linga, which is completely surrounded by water. Its height from the base is five feet, and the water is waist-deep. here are sculptures carved out in the cave. In the monsoon it is not possible to reach this cave, as a huge stream flows across the way.

KokanKada – This cliff faces west and looks down upon the Konkan. It provides outstanding views of the surrounding region.

Caves on Harishchandragad – These caves are spread out all over the fort. Many of these are situated at the foot of Taramati peak and are the place of accommodation. A few are near the temple, whereas some are near the citadel and some far away in the forests.

Sandhan Valley Fireflies Camping

Fireflies Camping at Samrad with Wandering Souls is an unforgettable experience of camping under the stars and witnessing the magical phenomenon of fireflies illuminating the night sky. Nestled in the Western Ghats of Maharashtra, Samrad is a picturesque village surrounded by hills. This is the perfect getaway for nature lovers, adventure seekers, and anyone looking to escape the chaos of the city and connect with the beauty of nature.

With Wandering Souls, you will experience the joy of camping in the wilderness, surrounded by the sounds of nature and the warmth of a bonfire.

Whether you are traveling solo, with friends, or with family, our Fireflies Camping at Samrad with Wandering Souls is the perfect way to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and immerse yourself in the beauty of nature. So pack your bags, leave your worries behind, and join us for an unforgettable adventure.

It is a unique experience combining adventure activities such as Rappelling, staying admidst nature and observing the beautiful night sky and the Fireflies.

Please Note:
  • Bioluminescence by Fireflies is a natural phenomenon. The trip dates have been planned  as per the mating season of fireflies i.e pre-monsoon during which we witness this phenomenon. We may or may not get to witness it. Wandering Souls won’t be held responsible for low or no sightings.

Bhandardara Fireflies Camping

Surrounded by the lush mountains of Sahyadri ranges, Arthur lake is a quaint little pool that gets its water from the Pravara river. It is a serene place to unwind and soak in the natural beauty

Fireflies or lightning bugs make light within their bodies. This process is called bioluminescence. Fireflies light up to attract a mate. This breath-taking show put on by nature resembles a psychedelic combination of stars falling and fireworks exploding It is an immersive experience you will never forget.

The fireflies do not always flash in unison. They may flash in waves across hillsides, and at other times will flash randomly. Synchrony occurs in short bursts that end with abrupt periods of darkness.

Come spend your weekend under the starry surroundings
Please Note:
  • Bioluminescence by Fireflies is a natural phenomenon. The trip dates have been planned  as per the mating season of fireflies i.e pre-monsoon during which we witness this phenomenon. We may or may not get to witness it. Wandering Souls won’t be held responsible for low or no sightings.

Kashmir Great Lakes Trek

Kashmir, a phrase that conjures up a thousand feelings of love, grandeur, exoticism, and, in Firdaus’ terms, “heaven.” Some say it’s a paradise on earth, while others say it’s a paradise by itself, but Kashmir truly stands out among the world’s most beautiful places. The lakes around here, whether Dal Lake, Vishansar Lake, or the Gangabal Twin Lakes, are surreal and a rare sight. We discover the most pristine mix of alpine lakes, far-reaching meadows, high altitude passes, and vast unexplored vistas of Kashmir Himalayas on the Kashmir Great Lakes Trek. As the saying goes, once you visit Kashmir, your heart will never leave. The KGL trek is a perfect example of the state’s natural beauty.

Ultimate Ladakh Road Trip

Are you ready to embark on a journey to the mystical land of Ladakh? This region is a perfect blend of adventure, spirituality, and stunning natural beauty. Known for its rugged terrain, ancient monasteries, serene lakes, and traditional culture, Ladakh promises an unforgettable experience for every traveler.

On this adventurous Ladakh trip, you’ll explore some of the most remote and stunning locations in the region. Your journey will start in Leh, where you’ll discover the unique cultural heritage and stunning architecture of this ancient city. From here, you’ll embark on a thrilling drive through the world’s highest motorable road to the Nubra Valley, where you’ll be greeted by the mesmerizing sand dunes and the rare double-humped camels.

You’ll also visit Sumur, a small village famous for its hot springs and picturesque landscape, and Siachen Base Camp.

Next, you’ll visit Pangong Lake, one of the highest saltwater lakes in the world, and marvel at its ever-changing hues of blue. You’ll also visit Hanle, a hidden gem known for its observatory and stunning night sky. And finally, you’ll head to Umling La, one of the highest motorable roads in the world, where you’ll witness the awe-inspiring Himalayan peaks and rugged terrain.

This Ladakh trip promises to be a journey of a lifetime, full of adventure, culture, and stunning natural beauty. So pack your bags, grab your camera, and get ready to explore the hidden gems of Ladakh.

Kashmir with Gurez Valley

Kashmir, a land of enchanting natural beauty and rich cultural heritage. Located in the northernmost region of India, Kashmir is a paradise on earth that beckons travelers with its snow-capped mountains, serene lakes, picturesque valleys, and vibrant culture. In this trip, we will explore two of the most stunning destinations in Kashmir – Gurez Valley and Pahalgam.

Gurez Valley, situated in the high-altitude region of the Himalayas, is a hidden gem that offers breathtaking views of the snow-capped peaks and verdant forests. This pristine valley is known for its unspoiled natural beauty, ancient forts, and picturesque villages, making it a perfect destination for nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts alike.

Pahalgam, on the other hand, is a popular hill station nestled amidst the mighty Himalayas. Surrounded by lush greenery, gurgling rivers, and towering peaks, this charming town is a paradise for trekking, hiking, and camping. Pahalgam is also famous for its scenic beauty and serene environment, making it an ideal spot for relaxation and rejuvenation.

So, get ready to embark on a journey of a lifetime and experience the magic of Kashmir with us as we explore the stunning Gurez Valley and Pahalgam.


  • Scenic beauty of snow-capped mountains, lush green forests, serene lakes, and gurgling rivers.
  • Cultural experiences with ancient forts, temples, local interactions, and delicious cuisine.
  • Pristine Gurez Valley with unspoiled natural beauty, ancient forts, and picturesque villages.
  • Charming town of Pahalgam surrounded by lush greenery, gurgling rivers, and towering peaks.

Sondai Fort Night Trek

Book by 6th April to avail Early Bird Offer. Use Code “EARLYBIRD”

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

Major Attractions :

  • Captivating views of Morbe Dam and Matheran Range
  • Sondai Devi Temple on Top
  • Ladders to reach the peak

McLeodGanj – Dharamshala – Bir

Welcome to the ultimate trip to McLeod Ganj, Dharamshala, and Bir! This beautiful region nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas is a perfect blend of natural beauty and rich cultural heritage. Get ready to embark on an unforgettable journey through the scenic valleys, lush forests, and picturesque villages of Himachal Pradesh.

Mcleod Ganj, also known as “Little Lhasa,” is the headquarters of the Tibetan government in exile and the residence of His Holiness, the Dalai Lama. This vibrant and culturally rich town is a hub for Tibetan Buddhism and is home to numerous monasteries, temples, and schools. You can witness the traditional Tibetan way of life and participate in various cultural activities and religious ceremonies.

Dharamshala, on the other hand, is a bustling town set amidst the lush green forests of the Kangra Valley. The town offers a breathtaking view of the Dhauladhar ranges and is famous for its colonial architecture, ancient temples, and vibrant street markets. It is a perfect blend of old-world charm and modern amenities and is an ideal base to explore the surrounding areas.

Bir, located in the valley of the Bhagsu stream, is a small town known for its serene environment and peaceful surroundings. The town is famous for its Buddhist monasteries, scenic trekking trails, and paragliding facilities.

So, gear up for an unforgettable experience as you explore these three destinations, each offering its unique charm and beauty. Get ready to immerse yourself in the rich culture, breathtaking scenery, and serene environment of McLeod Ganj, Dharamshala, and Bir.

Spiti Valley Circuit

Spiti Valley is a cold desert mountain valley located high in the Himalaya Mountains. On our journey to this beautiful place we will go through the tribal valleys of Central Himalayas, while following the Indo- Tibetan Border road and exploring Kinnaur, Sangla, and Shimla valley. Each day of our journey gives us an oppourtunity explore this land of barren and beautiful wilderness. The culturally diverse people add to the charm and interest of this safari in the Himalayas.

The desolate mountains of this high altitude cold desert and deep ravines reveal the natural beauty of the landscape and geology. We drive through some of the world’s highest Himalayan villages, explore old monasteries, and journey over high passes, getting close to glaciers and a number of high altitude lakes. We stop at villages and camps on the way to get an insight into the daily life of these nomadic people. This is an awe-inspiring landscape which is unparalleled and unforgettable!!!

Highlights of the trip:

  • Road trip of a lifetime
  • Awe-Inspiring Landscapes
  • Experience a rich culture
  • Send Postcards from the Highest Post Office of the World
  • Visit the World’s Highest Motorable Village
  • Untouched High-Altitude Lake
  • Last India village along the Indo-Tibet Border
  • Fascinating Monasteries

Breakfast Cycle Ride

Book by 20th April to avail Early Bird Offer. Use Code “EARLYBIRD”

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.