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Best Kayaking Tours in Bheemeshwari

Kayaking in Bheemeshwari is teamed with angling, camping, trekking, and rafting along and on the river Cauvery, flowing in the Kodagu hills of Karnataka.  Bheemeshwari is a forest laden town on the bank of river Kaveri, also spelt as Cauvery. The town is wedged between the Shivanasamudra falls and Mekedatu falls in the Mandya district of Karnataka. Bheemeshwari is also considered Angler’s paradise where fishing is one of the most sought-after activities in this ecological getaway offering an abundance of eco-tour options.

The sport is gaining popularity because of its access and easy to learn training sessions of 15-20 minutes which let even the non-swimmers to launch their Kayak far into the tamed river. Post monsoon, the river becomes so alive with the volumes of water that snakes wildly. Mostly between the month of August to February, kayak, rafting, and other water sports are best enjoyed. In these months, you can even see various exotic birds flocking in the valley like woodpeckers and kingfishers etc. You can always try a package offering camping teamed with Kayak or rafting to enjoy the natural bliss.

Kayaking in Bheemeshwari is offered by many tour operators in the region where you can get a single or two-seater Kayaks with other gears like lifejacket and paddles and stringent safety measures are followed. If you are trying Kayaking for the first time, Bheemeshwari offers sudden plunges and meanders through deep gorges, small caves, and dense forests. The rocky boulders lurking in the water direct the flow and bring difficult rapids of various grades for you to enjoy rafting or kayaking.

River Cauvery is one of the largest rivers of South India that snakes through beautiful valleys and is a sight to behold in Bheemeshwari which is famous for a number of water and adventure activities which you can indulge in. You will mostly encounter medium level rapids of grade 3 on your kayak ride and will be splashed and drenched with thrill, fun and a sense of achievement. You will first hit the calm waters and then paddle through the rapids for certain kilometres.

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