Nomadic Journeys >> The Weekend Nomad >> Sarasgad Night Hike

Grade: Medium

Activity: Night hike

Best Season: November to April

Day 1 : Dadar to Sarasgad

20:15 Hrs    Report at Dadar (East). Opp. Parsi Gymkhana

20:30 Hrs    Departure for Sarasagad

23:00 Hrs    Reach the base & collect your snacks packet

23:15 Hrs    Start the hike to the fort 

Day 2 : Sarasgad to Dadar

02:30 Hrs    Reach the Sarasgad fort.               

                  Snack time - at the fort.

03:30 Hrs    Descend to the base

05:00 Hrs    Depart for Dadar.

08:00 Hrs    Reach Dadar.
Sarasgad fort & it's twin Sudhagad fort can be identified by the four pinnacles and thus were mainly used as a watch place to check the surrounding region. The construction of the fort is not in good condition and the huge rock steps are something to watch for. There are two routes which lead you to the top of this fort from Pali. On the top there is a Shiva temple & also the overall panoramic view of the surrounding mountain range is excellent. Sudhagad and TailBaila can be easily viewed from the top of Sarasgad.

The height of the fort from sea level is approx 490 meters / 1670 feet. There are many caves which were used by the soldiers for various purposes because the fort has very little area available on it's top. There are around ten tanks carved in rock. They provide cool water supply throughout the year, which is very important for any fort. Shivaji Maharaj gave 2000 hones (golden coin used as currency during Shivaji Maharaj's time) for restoration and fortification of this fort. From the south side there are 111 steps carved in stone. The door from this side is known as 'Dindi darvaja'.

1)   Road
Mumbai To Mumbai
Note : Contact us for trip cost. 
- Valid India visa is required for all foreigners visiting India.
  • Transport by private Non-A/C vehicle.
  • Meals ( Snack pack / Breakfast )
  • Night hike to Sarasgad. 
  • Services of “The Nomadic Quest” & our Instructors for the hike.
  • Any kind of extra meals / drinks ordered. Insurance, tips, porters, phone calls, bottled water, aerated drinks etc.
  • Any kind of personal expenses.
  • Any expenses incurred due to unforeseen and unavoidable circumstances like Road blocks, bad weather, etc...
  • Any kind of cost which is not mentioned in the Cost Includes column above.

Basic points to keep in mind for an enjoyable trip

  • Nature is fun to explore but not a toy to exploit. Respect its harmony and please do not disrupt the balance needed to retain the beauty and treasures of nature. There will be specific guidelines we will share in order to enable this. Please abide by these.
  • The trip is not a regular excursion exercise with friends and family. It really unlocks the wonderful world of nature and brings alive its magic. Do choose the trip to be nature’s special guest.
  • Like all outdoor trips, even this one requires basic fitness. Also, no one else but you yourself will be responsible for taking care of your personal belongings.
  • Your experience from the trip will depend on a lot of factors such as climatic conditions, your health conditions and the physical terrain.

 Disclosures on medical conditions

  • It is mandatory that you visit your personal physician before enrolling for the trip if you suffer from any illness of any kind and disclose the same and your medical history to the organizers of the trip so that best possible arrangements can be carried out post approval.
  • As organizers of the trip, we will be responsible for providing basic first aid throughout the trip. In case of unexpected mishaps or accidents, we will arrange for the injured patron to be taken to the nearest medical hospital wherever possible. The medical expenses will have to be borne by the patrons themselves.

 Payment, refund and cancellation terms

  • Eligibility for this Outdoor trip is 12 years.
  • We do not have a child rate for our trips unless mentioned.
  • We will try our best to stick to the itinerary of the trip shared with you but bear in mind that factors out of our control may change the schedule.
  • You will be required to make the full payment at the moment you confirm your enrolment for the trip.
  • In case you opt for cancellation, no requests for transfer or postponement will be considered.
  • Cancellation charges will be 100% after confirmation.
  • Please note that ‘The Nomadic Quest’ reserves the right of refusal and the right to cancel any booking (for example when the basic feasible quote of people required to travel has not been met). In such an event, as a participant you will be entitled to a refund.
  • In the event of uncontrollable factors like landslides, avalanche, civil strife, war, transportation delays, etc, it will not be possible to issue refunds but will surely take all necessary steps to co-operate with you in the situation.
  • The cost mentioned above is for Indian citizens. Foreigners / NRIs will need to pay extra if and as applicable.

Kindly contact us for any further details and enrolment procedure.

Kit List


  • Wear comfortable full cotton casual top and full cotton trouser.
  • Wear good rubber sole shoes.

Don''''t forget to carry your backpack with:

  • Head lamp or torch with spare batteries. (Compulsory)
  • Chocolates and dry fruits as pocket snacks
  • Water bottle with water (minimum 3 lts per person(Compulsory)
  • Toilet Paper
  • Personal Identity (Compulsory)
  • Personal Medication (if any)
  • Extra Pair of Clothes (optional)
  • Wind Stopper. ( Jacket )
  • Camera with sufficient batteries and film (optional)
  • Binoculars (optional)
  • Mosquito Repellent.
  • Floaters (Footwear – to wear after the hike)
All services as mentioned in the Inclusion.

Tours can be arranged according to the dates convinient to you
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