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Trek to Dudhsagar Waterfalls - Tour
Trek to Dudhsagar Waterfalls
₹ 4,550
2 Days
18 Oct, 25 Oct, 01 Nov, and more
Trek to Dudhsagar Waterfalls
₹ 4,550
About Place: Dudhsagar Falls (literally means Sea of Milk ) is a tiered waterfall located on the Mandovi River in the Indian state of Goa on Goa's border with Karnataka. The waterfall is located in the Bhagwan Mahavir Wild Life Sanctuary at Collem in South Goa in the western ghats. is one of the world's most exquisite falls. It lies high up in the Mandovi River's watershed and so are not particularly spectacular during the dry season. During the monsoon season however, the falls are transformed into one of the most powerful falls in India. Dudhsagar Falls is listed as India's fifth tallest waterfall and is 227th in the world at 310 m.[1] The water plummets hundreds of metres (over a thousand feet) in large volumes during the rainy monsoon season, forming one of the most spectacular natural phenomena in Goa. It is a major part of the Goa ecosystem. It is a four-tiered waterfall with a total height of 310 metres (1017 feet) and an average width of 30 metres (100 feet). The area is surrounded by a deciduous forest and many species of birds, insects, plants and animal abound here.NOTE:  - Carry a raincoat. The weather is volatile and can change drastically on short notice. - Torch is mandatory. - Pack light. Carry only what is necessary.   PC: @Ranganath Kalyanasundaram read more read less
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Kudremukh Trek - Tour
Kudremukh Trek
₹ 3,761.90
2 Nights
18 Oct, 25 Oct, 06 Dec, and more
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
₹ 3,334
2 Days
18 Oct, 25 Oct, 01 Nov, and more
Yevakapadi, Karnataka
Tadiandamol Trek, Coorg
₹ 3,334
  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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Kumara Parvatha Trek (Friday Departure) - Tour
Kumara Parvatha Trek (Friday Departure)
₹ 3,250
2 Nights
18 Oct, 25 Oct, 01 Nov, and more
Kumara Parvatha Trek (Friday Departure)
₹ 3,250
If you aren’t very new to the world of trekking then you would have heard the name Kumara Parvata being mentioned often. Considered among the toughest treks in South India, It is a perfect mix of physical challenge and natural beauty of the Pushpagiri Wildlife sanctuary. read more read less
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Kodachadri Trek - Tour
Kodachadri Trek
₹ 3,334
2 Nights
18 Oct, 25 Oct, 01 Nov, and more
Kodachadri Trek
₹ 3,334
Kodachadri Trek, Located on the scenic Western Ghats will take you across a sea of clouds. Try out this trek on this weekend to break the monotony of urban life and fill up your lungs and heart with the fresh mountain air. We start from Bangalore on Friday night and reach Kattinahole, at the base of Kodachadri between 5 and 6 AM on saturday morning. 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. The trail eventually opens out to an open field with a couple of huts and agricultural land (the last signs of civilization until we hit the peak). We go past this village dwelling and re-enter the jungle to hear the sounds of the Hidlumane falls. This trail is extremely slippery with sharp rock and winds upwards towards the waterfall. Twenty minutes of scrambling and stumbling up the path and you are at the falls. After a refreshing dip in the falls, we rejoin the jungle trail to the right. The trail here on is extremely steep (60 degrees at certain points) and passes through thick rainforest. You will be climbing up rocks and branches at certain parts until half an hour later the trail leads out to the hilly grasslands of Kodachadri. 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) at Shimoga. With its beautiful views and evergreen jungle trails, Shimoga makes for a great introductory western-ghat trek. 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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Trip to Gandikota, Belum Caves & Lepakshi - Tour
Trip to Gandikota, Belum Caves & Lepakshi
₹ 3,550
1 Night 2 Days
18 Oct, 08 Nov, 22 Nov, and more
Trip to Gandikota, Belum Caves & Lepakshi
₹ 3,550
Activities:  Visit to Gandikota Fort (Short Hiking) Camping Belum Caves Visit Lepakshi Temple Visit   About the place: Gandikota, also known as the Grand Canyon of India is a fort built in the 12th century with red granite stones. The fort is protected by a deep gorge on one side, several hundred meters long and deep, with gigantic boulders scattered all around. Camping under the stars here would be a memorable night..! There are two ancient temples and a masjid in this fort which are in ruins due to lack of preservation.   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.   read more read less
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One Day Trek to Kuntibetta - Tour
One Day Trek to Kuntibetta
₹ 1,000
12 Hours
18 Oct
One Day Trek to Kuntibetta
₹ 1,000
A 130 km drive on the Mysore road towards Mandya and then a right turn, past sugar cane plantations with the characteristic smell of jaggery plants, will take you to Pandavapura. The Pandavas are said to have ended their 14 year long exile here, hence the name ‘Pandavapura’. With its steep rock faces and a stone pillar on its summit, Kunti Betta (950 mts) is hard not to notice from here. A short drive from Pandavapura to the temple at the base, and then a stair climb and you are on the trail to Kunti betta. The Kunti Betta trail is a short but fairly technical one. It includes steep ascents and descents (sum rock faces require rope aid for the inexperienced trekker). Traversing first up and over a hillock and then all the way up Kunti Betta, you constantly have the Thonnur Lake in view. The terrain consists of volcanic granite rock and boulders, with brief stretches of moorland (short grass, shrubby trees and bush). You know you are at the summit when you see the Stone pillar. Great views of surrounding fields, hillocks and the Thonnur lake, make the Stone pillar the perfect viewpoint. If on a night trek, there are spots sheltered from the high winds by boulders that are great for lighting a campfire. With its challenging yet interesting trail, naturally sheltered summit and close proximity to the Thonnur lake (you can trek down to the lake for a dip), Kunti Betta is an excellent trek for both the absolute novice* hoping to take up serious trekking, as well as for the seasoned trekker wanting to do a more laidback trek over the weekend.*Caution: -Please don't register if you are very 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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Sunrise Trek To Kunti Betta - Tour
Sunrise Trek To Kunti Betta
₹ 1,000
12 Hours
18 Oct, 01 Nov, 29 Nov, and more
Sunrise Trek To Kunti Betta
₹ 1,000
A 130 km drive on the Mysore road towards Mandya and then a right turn, past sugar cane plantations with the characteristic smell of jaggery plants, will take you to Pandavapura. The Pandavas are said to have ended their 14 year long exile here, hence the name Pandavapura. With its steep rock faces and a stone pillar on its summit, Kunti Betta (950 mts) is hard not to notice from here. A short drive from Pandavapura to the temple at the base, and then a stair climb and you are on the trail to Kunti betta.  The Kunti Betta trail is a short but fairly technical one. It includes steep ascents and descents (sum rock faces require rope aid for the inexperienced trekker). Traversing first up and over a hillock and then all the way up Kunti Betta, you constantly have the Thonnur Lake in view. The terrain consists of volcanic granite rock and boulders, with brief stretches of moorland (short grass, shrubby trees and bush). You know you are at the summit when you see the Stone pillar. Great views of surrounding fields, hillocks and the Thonnur lake, make the Stone pillar the perfect viewpoint. If on a night trek, there are spots sheltered from the high winds by boulders that are great for lighting a campfire.  With its challenging yet interesting trail, naturally sheltered summit and close proximity to the Thonnur lake (you can trek down to the lake for a dip), Kunti Betta is an excellent trek for both the absolute novice* hoping to take up serious trekking, as well as for the seasoned trekker wanting to do a more laidback trek over the weekend.   read more read less
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Day Trek to Rayakottai - Tour
Day Trek to Rayakottai
₹ 1,100
12 Hours
19 Oct, 09 Nov, 23 Nov, and more
Day Trek to Rayakottai
₹ 1,100
Rayakottai trek - the trek to a fort on the hill top is a good one day outing from Bangalore. It’s an easy trek and beginners can complete it with ease. The fort is situated within the town of Rayakottai which is one of the ancient fortress in the Krishnagiri district. It is now one of the protected monument by the Archaeological Survey of India.In the 18th century Hyder Ali and Tipu sultan ruled this fort. The fort was captured by Major Gowdie during the third Anglo-Mysore War in 1791. According to the Treaty of Srirangapatna, this fort came into the hands of the British. read more read less
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