About Ajoba Hill
Ajoba Hill stands at a height of 4511 ft in the Sahyadri range of the Western Ghats. The base village is Dehaene in the Shahapur Taluka. Local Folklore is that Goddess Sita stayed here during her exile after separation from Lord Rama. Here, we see Valmiki Ashram and the cave where Sita lived with her twins Luv and Kush (the locals insisted on calling them Luv and Ankush). Luv Kush use to address Saint Valmiki as Ajoba which means grandfather in Marathi and hence the hill got the name as Ajoba Hill. It has been said by the local community that the Samadhi of Valmiki increases in size after every few years.
What is included in the tour
- Asangoan- Asangoan Travel by Vehicle
- Tea, Breakfast and Lunch
- Adventure Geek Expertise
What is NOT included in the tour
- Personal Expenses
- Any kind of Insurance
- Personal Car Parking
We will start with the CST – Kasara Fast Local (Time table given below)
People may board the same local from the station of their convenience and meet us in the train directly. (Get into the second boggy from CST side)
20th July 2019, Saturday
CST 10:50 pm
Byculla 10:57 pm
Dadar 11:05 pm
Kurla 11:13 pm
Ghatkopar 11:18 pm
Mulund 11:30 pm
Thane 11:34 pm
Dombivli 11:57 pm
Kalyan 12:07 am
Titwala 12:21 am
Asangaon 12:41 am
****Missing the train means missing the event .
Members are requested to take return ticket till Kasara by their own.
Board the second last compartment from Kasara side which is the second one from CST side. Everybody will board the same local and we can meet in the train itself.
Meeting Point Asangaon at 12.45am
01.00 am Board private Jeep/Tum tumtum and Reach base village.
02.30 am Reach Base Village and rest for a while
05.00 am wake up call
05.30 am Breakfast and Fresh N up
06.30 am Introduction and Instructions.
06.45 am Start trekking
09.30 am Reach top Explore Ajoba gad and take blessings
10.30 am Start Descending
12.30 pm Reach Base Village and have Lunch
01.30 pm Start Towards Asangaon
03.00 pm Reach station and catch train for Mumbai with good memories
(All above timing are Tentative)