Do You Fancy Going Into A Tent That’s 300ft Under A Deep Valley?

by Kritika Kukreja
Do You Fancy Going Into A Tent That’s 300ft Under A Deep Valley?

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Seeking an adventure? Now you can go camping at Sandhan Valley Hanging Tent trek, near Nashik, that will allow you to spend time in a 300ft deep in a valley. 

What Is It?

Try extreme camping by spending the night at Sandhan Valley Hanging Tent trek’s hanging tents. Just 3 hours from Mumbai city near Bhandardara, is this extreme campsite which is not meant for the weak hearted. Do you think you have it in you? You’ll have to stay inside a tent in which the only thing separating you from a deep valley will be air! Basically, you will be hanging mid-air. 

Also read: Lakeside Camping In Bhandardara Is Weekend Goals

How Does It Work? 

The tents are supported with an aluminium portaledge, and a firm base. It can hold up a weight of 600 kg combined and the tents are fastened with sturdy ropes and large rocks. But what about safety? Don’t worry, you’ll be harnessed throughout the time and you can get out any time using a rope.

There are 3 hanging tents in total that have the same safety system and they can easily hold up the weight of two people in each.

Also read: Head Outdoors Camping This Season With The BIG RED TENT

(Image Credit – Keen Adventures)

What Do We Need? 

Trekking and camping in the Sandhan Valley, the instructor will prepare you with all the equipment you need. Before you descend through the ropes, you will be equipped with helmets, knee-caps, elbow guards, and harnesses. 

That’s all and you’re set! It would make a lovely Instagram picture so get geared up to take the trek of your life!

Also read: Spend Your Weekends With Moonstone Hammock’s Offbeat Camping Experience In Karjat

(Image Credit – Wild Trekkers)


The Sandhan valley trek can be booked through a various adventure and tour companies. These companies organize the treks depending on availability of dates.

Cost per person: ₹3,500 – ₹3,950

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