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Camping in Coorg - Tour
Camping in Coorg
₹ 285
24 Hours
23 Mar, 24 Mar, 30 Mar, and more
Camping in Coorg
₹ 285
Located on the eastern slopes of Western Ghats, Kodagu is known for its Coffee and its people. It is rich in flora and fauna with different species of trees, flowers, and animals. The beauty and serenity of this place make it a perfect getaway from the ordinary city life with lush green forests and milky waterfalls. From visiting an organic farm to elephant safari and water activities to trekking, Coorg has a lot of things to offer and fit in 'things to do list'.  The BMC homestay for the night halt is located between the coffee estates in one of the lush green valleys of Coorg. This homestay is ideal for families, couples, solo travelers, bird watchers and trekkers looking for a quality time together with nature in a peaceful environment.    read more read less
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Beach Trek to Gokarna & visit to Yana caves - Tour
Beach Trek to Gokarna & visit to Yana caves
₹ 3,650
2 Nights
22 Mar, 12 Apr, and 26 Apr
Beach Trek to Gokarna & visit to Yana caves
₹ 3,650
Gokarna is a dream destination for travelers with miles of golden sand beaches, jagged cliffs, outstanding view of sunset, undiscovered coves and quaint temples. It is one of the most pristine and secluded beaches of India that is a popular holidaying destination for domestic as well as International tourists. The trek through BMC starts from Paradise Beach and then continues on Half Moon Beach, Om Beach, Kudle Beach and ends on Main Beach. The long sandy stretches of Om Beach and Kudle Beach are a delight for every beach lover. The beaches offer breathtaking vistas of the expansive Arabian Sea and a never ending horizon.    Difficulty level Easy to Moderate  Approx Temperature 28/32degree  Accommodation type  Camping  Washrooms Only at Base Camp  Food Veg & Non-Veg Food  Transport Non A/c. Depending on number of participants it can be Tavera/Qualis, Tempo Traveller, MiniBus, Bus, others.  Distance from Bangalore 480 kms (one way)  Total trekking distance 14  kms approx.  Attraction  Temples, Mirjan Fort Few important points to note before you decide to register:Click Here read more read less
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Day Trek to Uttari Betta - Tour
Day Trek to Uttari Betta
₹ 1,000
12 Hours 30 Minutes
23 Mar, 06 Apr, 14 Apr, and more
Huthridurga, Karnataka
Day Trek to Uttari Betta
₹ 1,000
One of Karnataka's greatest day hike, the Uttari Betta is a 5 kms trek across a spectacular lush green landscape which offers a quite unique scenic views similar to western ghats. The trek starts from a small village, entering the fort wall and passes through seven doors of stone to reach the halfway point of the hike which has a temple of Shankareswar at the top. The view from the temple top is beautiful enough to seize your mind for a moment. Once we cross the temple, the trek continues ahead crossing a small jungle-cave, experiencing a whole new unexpected world and ends at the grassland top of the hill which is surrounded by huge boulders. After spending some time at the top with little chit-chat and pack lunch, we begin to descend back towards the base point of the trek. Few important points to note before you decide to register:Click Here read more read less
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Trekking & Water Sports in Kanakapura - Tour
Trekking & Water Sports in Kanakapura
₹ 3,048
1 Day 6 Hours
23 Mar and 06 Apr
Trekking & Water Sports in Kanakapura
₹ 3,048
Kabbaladurga is a hillock near 20kms from Kanakapura and is approximately 70 kms away from Bangalore. The peak is home to the temple of Goddess Kabbalamma and had derived its name from the temple and the ruins of a fort at the peak. It is green, rocky and serene. Ideal for a day's getaway and some soul-searching. The view from the top is absolutely breath-taking, with the shadow of the clouds making patterns on the surface of the Earth. Perfect for new trekkers and climbing enthusiasts. Although the fort is in ruins now, the temple is still visited by the villagers around. read more read less
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Ramnagaram Trekking, Rock Climbing & Rappelling - Tour
Ramnagaram Trekking, Rock Climbing & Rappelling
₹ 1,524
12 Hours
24 Mar, 07 Apr, and 27 Apr
Ramnagaram Trekking, Rock Climbing & Rappelling
₹ 1,524
About Ramanagaram: RAMANAGARAM (48 km from Bangalore) situated in a valley surrounded by  rocky hillocks was a sub-divisional headquarters from 1884. It became a taluk headquarters in 1928, and the place was named Ramanagaram in 1949 . It is the biggest cocoon marketing centre now. It is spread on either banks of the Arkavati and the old bridge connecting the town was built by Sir Barry Close, the Resident at the Royal Court of Mysore. Hence, the place was named as Closept, as mentioned in Persian as well as Kannada record, erected by Diwan Purnaiah in 1800. The township was also founded around the same time for greater security of the high road, which then passed through a wild forest route.       The present name, of Ramanagaram finds its origin from the once existed village Ramagiri at the foothills of the Ramadevarabetta. The present town has an Agrahara on the left bank of the Arkavati with a temple of Arkeshwara built in later Vijayanagara style. The temple is said to have been renovated by Krishnaraja Wodeyar III, facing west and has a Garbhagriha, a spacious Navaranga and has an inner Prakara. The Linga was reinstalled about four years ago. The annual Jatra is held on Phalguna Shuddha Poornima, when more than 2,000 people assemble. Beside this temple, to the left, is the Prasannambadevi shrine and to the right is another small shrine of Venugopalaswamy. Few important points to note before you decide to register:Click Here   read more read less
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One Day Trek to Chennagiri - Tour
One Day Trek to Chennagiri
₹ 1,000
12 Hours
13 Apr
One Day Trek to Chennagiri
₹ 1,000
About Place : Chennagiri is a part of a hill range near the Nandi Hills area, about 60 km from Bengaluru. The hill range consists of a group of 3 hills is a great weekend trek for anyone who would like a very good introduction to trekking. We begin the trek by walking to the bottom of Chennagiri's ridge on the right side. From here on we will be sticking to this ridge until we near the summit. The terrain consists of arid shrub forests and volcanic boulders that are typical of the deccan plateau region. The trail is challenging and features some of the best views of the Deccan wilderness landscape. The trail ends at the temple pond at the peak. Overall Chennagiri is a 2 hour long hike to the peak with some of the most rewarding views of the untouched landscape. Other famous hills such as skandagiri and Nandi Hills are visible from the peak and make for a picture straight out of a postcard. *Caution: -Please don't register if you are unfit or suffer from weak joints. This event requires basic fitness and a decent amount of stamina Few important points to note before you decide to register:Click Here read more read less
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One Day Trek to Nandi Durga (Horagina Betta) - Tour
One Day Trek to Nandi Durga (Horagina Betta)
₹ 1,000
12 Hours
20 Apr
One Day Trek to Nandi Durga (Horagina Betta)
₹ 1,000
About Horagina Betta: Horagina Betta meaning The outside hillock (Aka Nandi One), 65 kms from Bangalore is one of the major hillocks on route to the Nandi Hill Mountain. Due to the presence of Nandi Hills which is a popular tourist destination. Horagina Betta has never been visited by trekkers. The peak hosts a very beautiful Lord Shani-Eshwara temple. A nice drive from Bangalore and good trek makes Channagiri an ideal destination for a day trip. Do carry lots of water and beware of the naughty monkeys at the temple. It is 4724ft. (1440 meters) above sea level. The terrain is very diverse, rocky at some places & evergreen forest on the slopes. The hills are very rich in birdlife making it a very popular location for birdwatchers and bird photographers. The evergreen forest patch on top of the hill being a favored wintering location for many migrant species of warblers, flycatchers and thrushes. The forest patch is also home for a relict population of the Nilgiri Woodpigeon. A breeding pair of Shaheen Falcon, the resident race of the Peregrine Falcon is also often seen here. The Malabar Whistling Thrush, Uropeltid snakes and Pill millipedes which are otherwise known only from the Western Ghats ranges are also found here. The hill slopes are the home of the Yellow-throated Bulbul, a species endemic to the hills of peninsular India. Few important points to note before you decide to register:Click Here read more read less
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Trek to Tadiyandamol, Coorg - Tour
Trek to Tadiyandamol, Coorg
₹ 3,166.66
2 Days
Available on request
Yevakapadi, Karnataka
Trek to Tadiyandamol, Coorg
₹ 3,166.66
  About Trip : Located in Coorg, Tadiandamol is the sixth highest peak in Karnataka. A combination of scenic beauty yet being not too strenuous, Tadiandamol is the perfect introduction for anyone who wants to take up trekking. We start from Bangalore on Friday night and reach Coorg between 5 and 6 AM on saturday morning. At about 8 AM after freshening up, and a quick breakfast, we will proceed to the trailhead, a short drive away. A quick introduction and briefing and we begin our trek to Tadiandamol from where the vehicle trail ends. The trail is quite well defined and is more or less level for the first four odd kilometers until we reach the big boulder for a brief rest. The incline of the trail from here on gradually increases as we cut left past a hillock on the right and get onto a ridge that leads to the Tadiandamol peak. 10 minutes from here we enter into the shola jungle. The trail from here on becomes very steep. Twenty odd minutes later, we leave the jungle to hit the last and final stretch that leads to the peak. This stretch is approximately 300 meters long but will seem much more longer (just like any other final ascent.) The top is usually covered in low, moving clouds. We will spend some time at the peak to rest, have our packed lunch and enjoy the panoramic views, after which we will descend at a slow comfortable pace back to the base.A short drive later we are back at our homestay for tea and snacks, followed by dinner and a blissful night rest. Next morning we wake up by 7 AM to freshen up and have breakfast.We begin for Bangalore at 8am from homestay and are likely to reach here by about 8pm in the evening. Overall, Tadiandamol offers enchanting views while at the same time not demanding too much physically (in comparison to treks such as Kumara Parvatha, Mullayanagiri/Bababudangiri, etc.), which makes it the perfect initiation trek for anyone looking to take up trekking seriously. Difficulty level Moderate Approx Temperature 25/28degree Accommodation type Dormitories: Ideally big room where people sleep in sleeping bags provided by us. There will be separate rooms for girls and guys. Washrooms Only at Base Camp Food Veg food (2 Breakfasts, 1 Lunch, 1 tea/coffee and snacks, 1 Dinner) Transport Non A/c. Depending on number of participants it can be Tavera/Qualis, Tempo Traveller, MiniBus, Bus, others. Distance from Bangalore 260 kms (one way) Total trekking distance 14/16 kms approx. Attraction Beautiful Mountains and View Points. Few important points to note before you decide to register:Click Here read more read less
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Adventure in Antargange - Tour
Adventure in Antargange
₹ 1,000
12 Hours
Available on request
Adventure in Antargange
₹ 1,000
About Trip : Sixty kilometers from Bengaluru, Antargange in Kollar is a hill range with huge volcanic rocks and boulders scattered all over.  Thorny shrubs cover the hill, while there is dense plantation forest at the base.  Flight of steps, halfway the hill leads to an ancient temple.  The spring at this temple is claimed to wash off your sins.  The forty-five minutes hill climbing will keep you panting for breath and opens up for an extensive and beautiful green plateau on the top.  Kolar town, the headquarters of this district was formerly known as Kuvalala. Kollar was the first capital of the Gangas, till about the 4th century A.D. In 1004 A.D., the Cholas annexed Kolar with their empire. Later, Kolar came under the Vijayanagar empire, before being taken over by the British in 1768.  In 1792, Kolar was given to Tippu Sultan, by the British. Haidar Ali of Mysore was born around 1722 in the tiny village of Budikote, near Kolar. Haidar Ali died in 1782 during the Mysore Wars. His body was embalmed and lay in state for four months before being moved to a mausoleum built by his son, Tipu Sultan, in the middle of a garden on the island of Srirangapatam. Anthargange is an ideal location for light trek, rock climbing and camping.  Big and small boulders have heaped to form cave like formations offering exhilarating network of cave exploration activity. Few important points to note before you decide to register:Click Here read more read less
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