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Ratangad Fort

Bhandardara

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Ratangad Fort Overview

Ranked 6 of 10 sightseeing in Bhandardara

Ratangad Fort is 400 year old historical building, where the Maratha warrior Shivaji used to rest. This fort was captured by Shivaji and he used to spend leisure time at this place. There are numerous trekking trails near this fort, from where tourists get beautiful view of the valley in the Sahyadri Mountain Range.

The top of the fort features two caves that were and still are suitable places for living. The Ratangad Fort is known for its beautiful natural surroundings and the different types of trekking tracks. It is situated in the Sahyadri range, near the Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC) Resort.
 

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      Meman shahid

      Meman shahid5.0/5

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      Forest trekking to Ratangadh Fort.

      Ratangad fort was at approximately 4000 feet from ground. It will take around 3 hours to reach at top through jungles. Trekking through jungle is one of the best experience. View from top is breathtaking. Some of path are very risky which made ua feel excited and scared at same time.
      • Forest trekking to Ratangadh Fort.
      • Forest trekking to Ratangadh Fort.
      • Forest trekking to Ratangadh Fort.

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      Meman shahid

      Forest trekking to Ratangadh Fort.
      Ratangad Fort, Bhandardara

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      Meman shahid

      Forest trekking to Ratangadh Fort.
      Ratangad Fort, Bhandardara

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      Meman shahid

      Forest trekking to Ratangadh Fort.