Bhira dam, also known as the Tata Power House dam and was built by Tata Power Company in the year 1927.The water of this dam is used for irrigational purposes and power generation. It is the water released from this dam on which River rafting is done. Hence despite the seasonality, rafting is available throughout the year.
Tamhini Ghat: Tamhini Ghat is a mountain passage located between Mulshi and Tamhini in Maharashtra, India. Situated on the crest of the Western Ghat mountain ranges, Tamhini Ghat is noted for its surroundings comprising scenic waterfalls, lakes and dense woods. Tamhini ghat is at around 50 km from Kundalika Rafting camp and can be reached through own vehicle or public transport.
Sarasgad fort: is situated near village Pali in the Raigad district of Maharashtra. This fort lies about 40 Km from Kundalika Rafting Camp, 10 kilometres East of Nagothane along the Nagothane-Khopoli road.
Sudhagad is a hill fort situated in Maharashtra, India. It lies about 38 km from Kundalika Rafting Camp, 53 kilometres west of Pune, 26 kilometres south of Lonavla and 11 kilometres east of Pali in Raigad District. The summit is 620 metres above sea level. Recently the entire area around the fort is declared as Sudhagad Wildlife Sanctuary.
Sterling Holiday Resorts Limited (A subsidiary of Thomas Cook India Limited) a pioneer in the Timeshare Vacations Business in India has recently acquired Nature Trails Resorts. The Nature Trails brand will not only continue to operate independently but will be expanded nationally.