Shivneri Fort is situated in Junnar district of Pune district. The fort is situated approximately 105 kilometers from Pune city. The Government of India, on 26 May, The National Protected Monument of Maharashtra has been declared as the 1909.
On February 19, 1630, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj was born on Shivneri Fort. This fort is difficult to climb with all four sides and it is difficult to win. On the fort there are pictures of Shiva Devi temple and Jijabai and Baal-Shivaji. The shape of this fort is like the Shilingam.
Shivneri Caves are situated on the Shivneri fort in Junnar taluka in Pune district of Maharashtra.
It has about 84 caves engraved. Out of these, the South section has 23, 55 in the East and 6 in the West.
Apart from this, around 60 kundas of water and around these caves, there are nine inscriptions in Brahmi script. The walls of the viharas have colorful pictures on the roofs. These pictures appear to be mostly extinct.
Buddhist Caves explained by Experts
Ancient Paitings inside Caves
What is included in the tour
Transport by Non AC High Back Private Vehicle (Pune-Pune)
Breakfast, Lunch, Evening Tea
Energy Perks for the Trek (Fruits, Chocolates, Chikki etc)
Expert Trek Leads from Team Via Ferrata
First aid kit available
What is NOT included in the tour
Dinner on Previous Night (wherever applicable) & Lunch on Return Journey to Pune, Cold drinks, Mineral water, etc.
Private orders of Tea, Breakfast, Meals etc.
Personal expenses of any kind.
Medical expenses other than “First aid”.
Any other charges not mentioned in “Fees Include“.
05:45 a.m. – Meet Team Via Ferrata at Office in Sadashiv Peth.
06:00 a.m. – Departure from Pune
Please note that Latecomers will have to make their own arrangement to reach the venue, or meet us on the way.
Breakfast on the way
09:00 a.m. – Reach the base of the Fort.
Explore the Fort till Lunch Time.
12:30 p.m. – Lunch
Continue Exploration of the Caves.
05:00 p.m. – Return Journey starts
08:00 p.m. – Reach Pune