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Odati Adventures Pvt Ltd

7/8, Manish Nagar,
4 Bungalows, J.P. Road,
Andheri (West)
Mumbai 400 053, India.
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138, Hema Industrial Estate, Sarvodaya Nagar, Jogeshwari East
Mumbai, Maharashtra 400060

Page created - November 11, 2010
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Jayesh Morvankar is an active promoter of terrestrial based adventure activities. He is an engineer (B.E.-Biomedical; 1992 - Mumbai Univ.) and an MBA (MMS – Mktg; 1995 - Mumbai Univ.) with his soul in the idea of introducing as many people to the outdoors.
An ex-advertising person, Jayesh did his Basic Mountaineering Course (March 2000) from Nehru Institute of Mountaineering (NIM) with an “A” grade. He has a rich experience of leading high altitude treks in isolated locations of Himalayas; Himachal Pradesh (Spiti, Kullu), Ladakh (Nubra, Stok Valley, Zangskar - Summers and Winters, Markha, Suru), Sikkim (Rathong, Prek Chu, Yambong), Arunachal Pradesh (Dirang) and Nepal (Everest Base Camp, Annapurna Circuit, Annapurna Base Camp). In 2007 he reached the summit of Chamser Kangri (6623Mtrs) in remote Ladakh following up with Mentok Kangri 2 (6250Mtrs) in 2010. In 2010-11 he also went on a Caving (Spelunking) expedition into Meghalaya in North East India.
Closer home, Jayesh spends considerable amount of time meeting people, researching itineraries, destinations, gear and techniques. With his penchant for details, he will not keep any stone unturned in a quest to offer the best itinerary and experience with Odati Adventures. He believes that everyone can participate in any outdoor activity so long as they are aware of all the hazards, limitations and pleasures.
Jayesh’s knowledge and assessment of terrain, sense of direction, ability to identify routes and obsession with gizmos comes in handy while walking in the wilderness. His patience, ability to connect with groups and keeping them together is his greatest strength while on trail.

Jayesh is an avid cyclist. Cycling is his first passion. While on the saddle he likes to lead from the front. He likes challenges on the road and keeps at it until completed. He has a cache of knowledge about cycles and cycling. Many seek his advise on cycling and its nuances.

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