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Kudremukh Trek - Tour
Kudremukh Trek
₹ 3,761.90
2 Nights
21 Feb and 28 Feb
Kuduremukha, Karnataka
Kudremukh Trek
₹ 3,761.90
Kudremukh trek is every orophile's dream. Kudremukh trek is through steep hills and valleys. The hills, which bear the brunt of the severe monsoon wind, preclude any tree growth as a result the landscape is covered with grass. The valleys which are tucked in, have reasonable protection from wind and a deep soil profile, as a result of which stunted evergreen forests exist creating an unique microclimate, rich with mosses, orchids, etc. The whole scenery of grassland interspersed with narrow strips of forests provide a fantastic vista for a trekker. The totally fresh air and the climb up and down, invigorates the body and soothes the soul. During the trek, one can view and study several wildlife species of plants, birds, reptiles, amphibians, butterflies, insects, etc. About Kudremukh National Park: Kudremukh National Park is spread partly over the thick hilly forests near the coastal plains on the western portion and the shola vegetation on the Western Ghats uplands, covering parts of 3 districts, viz., Chikmagalur, Udupi and Dakshina Kannada. The Kudremukh peak by which the National Park derived its name, is the highest elevation at 1892 meters. Special features of Kudremukh National Park (KNP): KNP is made of steep hills and valleys. The hills, which bear the brunt of the severe monsoon wind, preclude any tree growth as a result the landscape is covered with grass. The valleys which are tucked in, have reasonable protection from wind and a deep soil profile, as a result of which stunted evergreen forests exist creating a unique microclimate, rich with mosses, orchids, etc. The whole scenery of grassland interspersed with narrow strips of forests provide a fantastic vista for a trekker. The totally fresh air and the climb up and down, invigorates the body and soothes the soul. During the trek, one can view and study several wildlife species of plants, birds, reptiles, amphibians, butterflies, insects, etc.     Difficulty level Moderate to Difficult Approx Temperature 20 degree - 27degree Accommodation type Depending on the availability: a)  Be noted its a place in middle of nowhere, NO restrooms are accessible (one has to be dependent on natural resources) b) Dormitories: Ideally big room where people sleep in sleeping bags provided by us. There will be separate rooms for girls and guys. Washrooms Toilets Only at Base Camp. Hotwater etc, as Per Availability. Food Basic Veg Meals (2 Breakfasts, Evening Tea Snacks, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner) Transport Non A/c. Depending on number of participants it can be Tavera/Qualis, Tempo Traveller, MiniBus, Bus, others. Distance from Bangalore 340 kms (one way) Total trekking distance 20 - 22 kms approx. Attraction Beautiful landscape Few important points to note before you decide to register:Click Here read more read less
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Tadiandamol Trek, Coorg - Tour
Tadiandamol Trek, Coorg
₹ 3,050
2 Days
21 Feb, 28 Feb, 06 Mar, and more
Yevakapadi, Karnataka
Tadiandamol Trek, Coorg
₹ 3,050
Any day in the “Scotland of India- Coorg” is better than a normal day in the city. If you are looking for a getaway that yells beauty, serenity and one of a kind experience then look no more. Tadiandamol stands at a height of 5700ft, located at a distance of 8 km from the town of Kakkabe and approximately 35 km from Madikeri.It is the highest peak in Coorg and is situated in the south-eastern part of Coorg. We reach Coorg at dawn, the fresh aroma of coffee estates that span as far as your eyes can possibly see offer us a warm welcome. After a quick breakfast we start from Nalakanad Palace. the trek route has numerous visual treats for you guys in store. From seeing pretty butterflies, to waterfalls that are of just the right size to enjoy, to jaw dropping views of the valley. Tadiandamol is a MUST for everybody who choose NATURE over Netflix. After about 4kms of walk we reach BIG ROCK that will serve as a point of rest before we continue towards the peak. The path then tests you with gradual increase in the inclination, this where you come across the famous shola jungle. But nature has a trick up her sleeve, we come up to a false peak which deceive many people who end up thinking that this is the peak. The trail thereafter becomes narrow and steep, which makes even a distance of just 300m seem like a lot!  The top is usually covered in low, moving clouds. After spending ample time and enjoying everything that the trek has to offer we have our packed lunch and enjoy the panoramic views, we begin our descent 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’s rest. Next morning we wake up by 7 AM to freshen up and have breakfast, following which we will continue to the Golden Temple. We begin for Bangalore a little before noon and are likely to reach here by about 9PM 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. Note: There is a hike in price from March 2020 to May 2020 for A/C Transport.   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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Ermayi Waterfalls Trek - Charmadi Range - Tour
Ermayi Waterfalls Trek - Charmadi Range
₹ 3,666.66
2 Days
21 Feb
Ermayi Waterfalls Trek - Charmadi Range
₹ 3,666.66
  Trekking Distance 13 KM (Total) Trekking Time 6 - 7 Hours depending on your pace Temperature 28 - 34 Degrees C Accommodation Type Camping/Home-stay Washrooms Available at Campsite Food Veg & Non-Veg Food Transport Non - A/C Tempo Traveller or Mini Bus. Distance From Bangalore 320 Kms Attraction Waterfalls   read more read less
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Kumara Parvatha Trek (Friday Departure) - Tour
Kumara Parvatha Trek (Friday Departure)
₹ 3,100
2 Nights
21 Feb and 28 Feb
Kumara Parvatha Trek (Friday Departure)
₹ 3,100
Are you ready to challenge your physical and mental limits !  Kumara Parvatha is not just a trek it's one of those journeys in life that one must embark upon to truly to be one with nature and themselves. Located in Kodagu/Coorg district at an elevation of 5600ft its second highest peak in the state, after Tadiyandamol.  The mountain lies behind the famous Kukke Subramanya temple. A small gate and board act as indicators to the trekking trail that stand behind them. Once you begin the trek it’s about 2.5- 3 hours before you reach the first major checkpoint, the ascent is through a tropical rainforest that is a part of the Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary. While you’ll be trekking through dense forest, the thick foliage and canopy offers you much needed shade. If you stand still and listen to the forest you’ll hear the forest come alive with various sounds of nature. About an hour and a half of trek and you’ll come across a boulder called Bheema’s rock that serves a 2.5 km milestone on our 7km journey to Bhattaramane.  Once you reach Bhattramane freshen up and have an early lunch soon after which you’ll make your way to the next checkpoint that is Kallumantapa enroute the false peak Sheshaparvatha. Here you can rest and drink delicious stream water that flows just below it. Once you resume the trek, Sheshaparvatha is just 45mins to 1 hour away. According to local folklore Sheshaparavatha is said to protect the Subramanya temple at the base of the mountain. This part of the journey is simply mesmerizing and we could go into the details of the beauty but that would be an all new article in itself!  Once you reach Sheshaparvatha you’ll witness the majestic Kumara Parvatha at all it’s glory. With the trail descending for a couple of hundred meters, you’ll soon be at the mercy of the mountain and will have to cross a stream and climb a waterfall to reach your goal! THE PEAK! Local legends say that the worshipped deity Lord Subramanya’s footprint is present at the peak. If you are looking for satisfaction and fulfillment this is a trek that you MUST embark upon to surrender yourself to mother nature who makes sure that you think about nothing else but her.   Difficulty level Strenuous Approx Temperature Max 30 degrees C Accommodation type  Tented accomodation/Bhattramane ( depending on availability ) Washrooms Only at base camp Food Basic Veg food ( Rice,Sambar,Pickle ) Transport Non-A/C (According to group size) Distance from Bangalore 230 kms (one way) Total trekking distance 14 km approx (one way) Attraction Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary, Kukke Subramanya Temple Few important points to note before you decide to register:Click Here read more read less
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Kodachadri Trek - Tour
Kodachadri Trek
₹ 3,200
2 Nights
21 Feb, 28 Feb, 06 Mar, and more
Kodachadri Trek
₹ 3,200
The beauty of Kodachadri trek located in the middle of Mookambika National Park has existed since time immemorial. The hill get it name from a flowering plant and is also called “Jasmine of the hills”. It is a scenic peak with dense forest cover all around it. With an altitude of 1,343m above sea level it is the 10th tallest peak in Karnataka.  At about 8 AM after freshening up, and a quick breakfast at our homestay, we will proceed to the trailhead, a quarter kilometer drive away. A quick introduction and briefing and then we enter the Jeep trail that ferries pilgrims to the temple up on the mountain. About a kilometer and a half later we deviate off the jeep trail and cross a stream to enter into the jungle (Expect leeches in the monsoon and post-monsoon seasons). The trails from here on are not very clear and it is easy to lose our way if we don't remain in one group. This stretch is about 2 kilometers long and passes through thick jungle. We’ll be crossing many small streams on the way. The creatures of the forest give us occasional appearance on the trek to the waterfall. Twenty minutes of scrambling and stumbling up the path after which the trail opens up into an open field with a couple of huts and agricultural land (the last signs of civilization until we hit the peak).  Soon after the clearing we start for the falls, that is about  another 20 mins climb. The trek gets tougher as you’ll be climbing on sharp and slippery rocks on the way. Once you get past it be sure to take a dip at the waterfalls.  Soon after resting and having fun at the falls we continue on the jungle trail to the right. After 30 mins of trekking in the same jungle terrain the path opens up to the grasslands of Kodachadri. The high winds up there don’t allow for a lot of vegetation. But beware this part is very steep with the incline being close to 60 degrees at certain points.Here on, the trail overlooks panoramic views and winds up and over a couple of hills. About 45 minutes later, the trail merges with the jeep trail. We regroup here and proceed to Kodachadri peak which is a 5 minute walk away from there. We will rest and have our packed lunch on the peak, after which we start heading back to the base. Being easier on the knees and easy to navigate when we begin losing light in the evening, the Jeep trail is ideal for reaching back to the base. A 3 hour hike along the trail and we are back to the base camp for a well deserved dinner and sleep. We freshen-up, have breakfast and leave our base-camp by 8 AM and proceed to the Bidanur fort built by Shivappa Naik 30 kilometers away. The fort belonged to the Keladi dynasty of 17th century and gives a complete view of the landscape in all directions. We will spend an hour here and then proceed towards Bangalore only stopping for lunch (self-sponsored). Note: There is a hike in price from March 2020 to May 2020 for A/C Transport. Difficulty level Moderate to Difficult Approx Temperature 30 degree 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 Toilets Only at Base Camp. Hotwater etc, as Per Availability. Food Basic Veg Meals (2 Breakfasts, Evening Tea Snacks, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner) Transport Non A/c. Depending on number of participants it can be Tavera/Qualis, Tempo Traveller, MiniBus, Bus, others. Distance from Bangalore 380 kms (one way) Total trekking distance 20 - 22 kms approx. Attraction Beautiful landscape, Hidlumane Waterfall. Few important points to note before you decide to register:Click Here read more read less
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Kumara Parvatha Trek - Tour
Kumara Parvatha Trek
₹ 3,100
2 Days
21 Feb and 28 Feb
Bengaluru, Karnataka
Kumara Parvatha Trek
₹ 3,100
Are you ready to challenge your physical and mental limits !  Kumara Parvatha is not just a trek it's one of those journeys in life that one must embark upon to truly to be one with nature and themselves. Located in Kodagu/Coorg district at an elevation of 5600ft its second highest peak in the state, after Tadiyandamol.  The mountain lies behind the famous Kukke Subramanya temple. A small gate and board act as indicators to the trekking trail that stand behind them. Once you begin the trek it’s about 2.5- 3 hours before you reach the first major checkpoint, the ascent is through a tropical rainforest that is a part of the Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary. While you’ll be trekking through dense forest, the thick foliage and canopy offers you much needed shade. If you stand still and listen to the forest you’ll hear the forest come alive with various sounds of nature. About an hour and a half of trek and you’ll come across a boulder called Bheema’s rock that serves a 2.5 km milestone on our 7km journey to Bhattaramane.  Once you reach Bhattramane freshen up and have an early lunch soon after which you’ll make your way to the next checkpoint that is Kallumantapa enroute the false peak Sheshaparvatha. Here you can rest and drink delicious stream water that flows just below it. Once you resume the trek, Sheshaparvatha is just 45mins to 1 hour away. According to local folklore Sheshaparavatha is said to protect the Subramanya temple at the base of the mountain. This part of the journey is simply mesmerizing and we could go into the details of the beauty but that would be an all new article in itself!  Once you reach Sheshaparvatha you’ll witness the majestic Kumara Parvatha at all it’s glory. With the trail descending for a couple of hundred meters, you’ll soon be at the mercy of the mountain and will have to cross a stream and climb a waterfall to reach your goal! THE PEAK! Local legends say that the worshipped deity Lord Subramanya’s footprint is present at the peak. If you are looking for satisfaction and fulfillment this is a trek that you MUST embark upon to surrender yourself to mother nature who makes sure that you think about nothing else but her.   Difficulty level Strenuous Approx Temperature Max 30 degrees C Accommodation type  Tented accomodation/Bhattramane ( depending on availability ) Washrooms Only at base camp Food Basic Veg food ( Rice,Sambar,Pickle ) Transport Non-A/C (According to group size) Distance from Bangalore 230 kms (one way) Total trekking distance 14 km approx (one way) Attraction Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary, Kukke Subramanya Temple Few important points to note before you decide to register:Click Here read more read less
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Trip to Gandikota, Belum Caves & Lepakshi - Tour
Trip to Gandikota, Belum Caves & Lepakshi
₹ 3,700
1 Night 2 Days
21 Feb, 28 Feb, 13 Mar, and more
Trip to Gandikota, Belum Caves & Lepakshi
₹ 3,700
If you’re intrigued by ancient architecture, a fan of historical stories or a trekker looking for a new kind of climb Gandikota is the answer to all your woes. Gandikota is a village and historical fort on the right bank of the Penna river, 15 km from Jammalamadugu in Kadapa district, Andhra Pradesh, India. Apart from being the stronghold for various dynasties through the course of time. The fort stands as a testament to changing times.    But the fort is not all that we will witness here. The Gorge across the river from where it has earned its name “The Grand Canyon of India” is a spectacle one has to see to believe. Climbing rocks to the viewpoint will surely leave you satisfied and awestruck. Once we finish the tour of the fort you will understand why India has always believed in “Unity in Diversity”. Once we finish the fort we quickly have our lunch, regain energy and hit the trail that leads to a waterfall. The waterfall is about 1.5kms from our campsite and has a beautiful view. What more you can see inscriptions of various deities and animals if you look closely. The area is littered with ancient artifacts at every twist and turn. After having a refreshing dip we start to another viewpoint that has a different view of it’s own.  We head back to camp, freshen up and have our dinner. Soon after which we enjoy a campfire under the stars and relive the day. We wake up early the next morning and get ready to leave for Belum Caves. Belum Caves, is the largest and longest cave system open to the public in the Indian subcontinent. The government has built pathways, provided illumination and sank ventilation shafts to make the caves accessible. After the discovery of these caves back in 1983, it came to light that Buddhist and Jain monks were inhabited at this place. There is an underground stream that forms a natural waterfall at 150 feet deep from the ground level.  We’ll stop for lunch(self-sponsored) on the way and reach Lepakshi temple soon after which we’ll leave for Bengaluru. Note: There is a hike in price from Feb 2020 to May 2020 for A/C Transport. Activities:  Visit to Gandikota Fort (Short Hiking) Camping Belum Caves Visit Lepakshi Temple Visit read more read less
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Sunrise Trek to Kabbaladurga - Tour
Sunrise Trek to Kabbaladurga
₹ 1,000
12 Hours
21 Feb, 06 Mar, and 20 Mar
Sunrise Trek to Kabbaladurga
₹ 1,000
About the Place: 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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Anthargange Day Trek with Cave Exploration - Tour
Anthargange Day Trek with Cave Exploration
₹ 1,000
12 Hours
22 Feb and 15 Mar
Anthargange Day Trek with Cave Exploration
₹ 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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