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A nice 1hour trek

Request : Please do not litter the place. People go up with packet of chips and plastic bottles and... read more

Reviewed 30 November 2017
CaptSantoshRane
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awesome caves

one of the best attraction of maharashtra. love to be here. too old caves are there. everyone... read more

Reviewed 1 October 2017
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Karjat | Near Kondivade Village, Raigad, India
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Reviewed 30 November 2017 via mobile

Request : Please do not litter the place. People go up with packet of chips and plastic bottles and keep all there. Carry a garbage bag and bring your left over back and if possible collect the ones you see on the way. Let's keep...More

5  Thank CaptSantoshRane
Reviewed 23 October 2017

Kondana caves,nearest station is Karjat on central line.It will take around half hr by rickshaw from Karjat St. , I also saw an ST bus on the way which was coming from Kharjat Deport.From the base it is 45 min walk to the caves.On the...More

Thank Tony_Chacko
Reviewed 1 October 2017

one of the best attraction of maharashtra. love to be here. too old caves are there. everyone should visit once.

1  Thank Aniket B
Reviewed 19 September 2017 via mobile

It is an easy trek. You don't have to do any hard climb to make it to the caves. It is an old Buddist cave. A nearby place to visit from lonavala. The best part going in the monsoon is we do get to experience...More

Thank parthiba1993
Reviewed 25 August 2017 via mobile

Hello everyone, If you r planning to visit kondana caves during monsoon then u r on d right track.. It's best to visit during monsoon as there is not one but mall of waterfalls 😊. so surely u'll njy. To reach Der one has to...More

4  Thank amruta s
Reviewed 3 July 2017

Very lovely place to trek . This trek passes through jungle which consists lots of waterfall and nature beauty . Very good caves with waterfall after trek is there. Only 45 min is sufficient to reach the caves.

1  Thank Arpitgupta25
Reviewed 3 May 2017

Kondana Caves or Kondane Caves is a Nationally Protected Monument (by Archaeological Survey of India). The path to the same is adventurous. We started in the morning and it took about 35 min to reach the caves. It's a very small place but one gets...More

2  Thank SunnyForYou25
Reviewed 5 April 2017

Trekked from the base villgae of the caves upto Rajmachi village -- about 3 hours fairly strenuos but easy. On the way in the early part come these caves. Has its own abandoned lonely beauty. A bit desolate. Not much elaborate sculpture inside but at...More

Thank analytic10
Reviewed 20 October 2016

Kondana caves is a must visit in the monsoons. The trek is easy . about half an hour to reach the waterfall. there are multiple falls on the same hill...very quiet and tourist free spot. Great views from top of the waterfall of the Ullhas...More

Thank afshan78
Reviewed 26 September 2016

We a group of friends visited this place in the month of September.And the trek is really cool with waterfalls also the weather was quiet good a bit humid though as you would always expect for places near Mumbai.The trek is about 45 mins to...More

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Ruta S
21 December 2017|
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Response from CaptSantoshRane | Reviewed this property |
Some villagers offer home stay. Or you have raddisson Blu also
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Tahana
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Response from Arpitgupta25 | Reviewed this property |
Not so difficult trek. Simple walking there and precaution should be some slippery area there. Very easy to reach there, jungle trek so you can take support from trees and rocks.
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SWAPNIL G
30 May 2017|
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Response from analytic10 | Reviewed this property |
99% it should be safe. Village is quite nearby. But nowadays in India anything is possible. It is a relatively less frequented by tourists. During my last visit there was no one around Take a guide from the village Go... More
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