Let us host you at our favourite
The site is our favourite wilderness based location near Mumbai for hosting families, children & groups.
Nestled in the heart of the Sahyadri Forest and surrounded by a lake on 3 sides, this property is 40 acres of land dedicated purely to Adventure
Like all our destinations, we like to keep our locations a secret online. For now, we can however tell you that it is 3 hrs from Mumbai and located 60 kms from Lonavla.
The campsite is amongst the Top 5 campsites in the country.
Due to its eco-friendly nature and design, the campsite has won numerous national awards and has a very symbiotic relationship with the landscape.
We just want you to unwind at this wonderful property, but
Here's what you can do
* All pictures below are from a trip that we hosted pre-Covid
Kayaking & Lake Swims
Hike around the lake that surrounds the property
Learn to Pitch your Tent & the basics of Camping
Camp by the Lake & Experience a Cookout
Birding & Wildlife Spotting
Stay will be in Cabins or Tents, as preferred.
As a Covid-19 precautionary measure, members will be limited to 4 in both cabins & tents.
You probably are aware by now that all our experiences are completely customizable, and so is this one.
Below is only a suggested schedule.
Our Founder Johann Daniels has been involved with this campsite since the past 14 years. He has in a way grown up in this campsite. On this trip, you will further see how we only choose to host our guests at places & experiences that we are most passionate about.
A little more about Johann
Johann has spent most of his life exploring the Sahyadri forest in Maharashtra.
Johann is a certified Mountaineer, and alumnus of Jawahar Institute of Mountaineering, Jammu & Kashmir. He is also one of the country’s very few Wilderness First Responders (WFR) and is trained by Wilderness Medical Associates International in New York, USA.
With a degree in B.Sc Zoology, he is an avid lover of snakes, birds, and everything wild. His passion & love for the great outdoors is certainly known to be contagious.
He is also a contributor to the Lonely Planet Magazine India and covers topics related to Responsible Tourism in the great outdoors.