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Rajgad Fort

Velhe Taluka, Pune, India
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An enjoyable monsoon trek

Rajgarh Fort is a great option for a monsoon trek. The base for the trek is approximately 60 kms or... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Pune, Maharashtra, India
Rajgad Trek

Most popular fort for trekking. Bale killa you must see There are three machi namely padmavai... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Pune, India
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Velhe Taluka, Pune, India
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Rajgarh Fort is a great option for a monsoon trek. The base for the trek is approximately 60 kms or two hours drive from Pune. There are three routes to go to the fort of them the one via Pali village to Pali Darwaja is...More

Thank Raj2554
Reviewed 1 week ago

Most popular fort for trekking. Bale killa you must see There are three machi namely padmavai machi, suvela machi and sanjivani machi. The nadhe machi is also good to see.

Thank sandeepraje50
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

the lovable scenario view of this place from its top was so awesome that it made my jaw drop. the airy roads was the most relieving thing for me

Thank Mahine F
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Its a wonderful piece of history had a great time visiting the fort it was well worth a visit for sure.

Thank sunnyahuja4586
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Must Try in Winter or Before Monsoon amazing Balekilla and view of valley 1)Rajgad is Best for Night camping 2)Two Raod For Fort Pali Darvaja Side and another is Chor Darvaja Side 3)Pali Darvaja Side easy for non trekkers

2  Thank Kumar A
Reviewed 16 June 2017 via mobile

This is not a easy Trek. It requires excellent fitness and is a steep climb from the first step. Half of trek in incline and remaining half is huge steps. The views up top are fantastic and there are many places to see. It's sad...More

Thank abhi55451
Reviewed 28 May 2017

Its a place which you will enjoy if you love history. No god's idol in it, it is just how our kings lived

1  Thank LoveGupta0103
Reviewed 23 May 2017

NOTE: ITS NOT FOR REGULAR PEOPLE.... This place only for Energitc people and mostly for Trekkers this is possible and for others dont plan this trip. Rajgad (literally meaning Royal Fort) is one of the forts in the Pune district of Maharashtra state in India....More

Thank saireddy2016
Reviewed 21 May 2017

If you are trek lover/history lover/nature lover, you just can not miss to visit this place if you are ever going to visit Pune (Or any near by place). Attractions : Fort has a great history of Maratha Empire. It was the first Capital of...More

2  Thank IndiaHistoryExplorer
Reviewed 17 May 2017

I visited this fort in the pre monsoon period.It must be breathtaking to see the hills once the rains have made everything green. The backdrop is awesome . The fort itself is no great shakes for those who have seen Fatehpur Sikri or Agra Fort....More

Thank fidelity1
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Abu M
13 July 2017|
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Response from pallavirawgan | Reviewed this property |
You can take non gear bike ride till base village. I have traveled with non gear bike till base village. There's no as such any problem just a problem raise with speed compared to gear bike.
Abu M
3 July 2017|
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Response from IndiaHistoryExplorer | Reviewed this property |
To reach till the base, yes you can use bike. But to go up, you have to walk from the base. There is no road for any kind of vehicles to go up on the fort.