Entry Fee : 1 day
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Kolad is an instance of paradise for adventure enthusiasts. Kundalika river's 14 kilometer stretch of exciting rapids provide one, one and a half hours of white water rafting. The monsoon season tends to be the best for the adventure sport, though at times rafting pauses due to weather conditions.
Nestled in the lap of Sahyadri Ranges, the small village called Kolad is known for attracting people with adventurous streak. Offering a nerve pumping rafting expedition on Kundalika River, the activity takes place across two dams covering an approximate stretch of 12 kms. Bundled with raw beauty of nature, the activity is a perfect opportunity to let your fear fly off. The adventure over the easy flowing and abundant water is not only about fun but about a passion. Maneuver your rafts and get ready for an adventurous ride on Kundalika River invading through a tiny and rustic hamlet of Kolad adding punch to the ride.
Air: Nanded serves as the nearest airport to Kolad. One can hire a cab from outside the airport to reach the final destination.
Rail: With a railways station of its own, one can easily reach Kolad through train, located on the Konkan Rail line. It is directly connected to Mumbai CST station which is further connected to almost all the major cities of the country.
Road: Kolad is easily accessible by its neighbouring cities and town via motorable roads. Murud and Khnadala serves as the nearest bus stop to the village. It is also well connected to major cities like Mumbai (113 km), Pune (122 km), Matheran (116 km) and Kolhapur (289 km).
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Cost of Activity : Starts from Rs. 1500 per person.
Difficulty Level : Medium to challenging/Garde II to IV Grade
Nearest Airport : Nanded
Nearest Railhead : Kolad
Nearest road city : Murud/Khandala
Region : Mahad region, Raigad District