Things to Do in Karnataka

The majestic coastlines of the Arabian Sea serve Karnataka, situated in southwest India, coming up with numerous tourist destinations. With Bangalore as its capital known for its shopping and nightlife, Karnataka is recognised as a versatile state catering to the travelling needs of people globally. Not only this, the infamous tourist destinations such as those of Gokarna, Mysore, Hampi, and Chikmagalur to name a few, nestle themselves here. The best things to do in Karnataka are flexible enough to include activities like whitewater rafting and becoming a party animal under the category of tourist attraction.

Karnataka has something as modish and lively as Bangalore brimming with its pub, malls, IT companies and cafes alike, and something as serene as the contrasting tranquillity offered by the Coorg hills. The state has received the prestige of being recognised having the maximum number of tourist destinations where people from worldwide flock to experience the versatile ethnicity the place has given birth to. Karnataka has many places to visit which will leave awestruck like Lal bhag garden, Kudremukh National Park, Iruppu Falls, Mullayanagiri, Mudabidiri etc.

The state has maintained a consistent ratio of natural destinations and manmade wonders, which gives it a unique stand among the Indian touring places. Karnataka could equally charm you with its palaces and forts and with its waterfalls and national parks. For adventure lovers, this place might come in the shape of a paradise as activities like rock climbing, white water rafting, cycling, parasailing and much more dominate the natural destinations here.

With hills, national parks and beaches to fill your travelling quota, there is little that Karnataka has managed to miss. Kempegowda International Airport (KIA) being the busiest airport in India in Bengaluru ensures its ease of international accessibility whereas the Konkan railway takes care of its intra-transport facilities. The best things to do in Karnataka could not be missed in a lifetime, as the state offers some of the unique activities and cultural experiences that go unrivalled all over the country.

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The largest monolith in Asia is just half an hour drive away from Bangalore. The monolith is considerably gradient at some points and that is why it is recommended that you must be careful on this trek and do not take children.Trekking here is considered as one of the exciting things to do in Bangalore.The trek is a combination of moderate and difficult levels and the view from the top is breath-taking especially of Manchinbele Dam and the overlooking valley. It is considered to be one of the largest rock formations in entire Asia and it has two main hill points Billigudda which are said to be the white hill and Karigudda which is a Black hill. The meandering curves of Akravati river and the perennial lotus ponds are two major water attractions which are seen from atop the hill. Situated at a height of 4022 feet above sea level, Savandurga has ample of opportunities for conducting an easy trekking and rock climbing expeditions.Location: 60 km west of Bangalore, off Magadi Road, Dabguli, IndiaBest Time to Visit: November to May.Price: Night Trekking starts from INR Rs 1050Timings: Trekking hours are between 6 AM to 6 PM.Average time required to visit the place: 1 day.Distance from Kempe Gowda Bus stand: Around 60 KM.Further Read: 30 Transcendent Places for Camping near Bangalore
Male Mahadeshwara Hills

This pilgrim town is situated on the southern edge of Bangalore at Hanur Taluk district of Chamarajanagara district. 

The temple does not only draws lakhs of pilgrims from Karnataka and Tamil Nadu and devotees each year but the incredible location of the Shiva Temple amid lush green forest belt attracts hordes of nature enthusiasts as well making it one of the best things to see in Bangalore

The temple is dedicated to the saint Mahadeshwara who is believed to be an incarnation of Lord Shiva. Apparently, the temple became famous because of Veerappan, whenever he would hold any hostage, the family would walk up to this shrine and pray. 

Earlier, the road leading to this hill temple was unpaved and treacherous but now it is paved and well-maintained route.

Location:  Hanur taluk of Chamarajanagar district of Southern Karnataka. It is situated at about 150 km from Mysuru and about 210 km from Bengaluru

Best Time to Visit: During Mahashivaratri when you can witness the the 'Kamsale Nritya' where devotees dance with cymbals.

Timings: 6.00 AM to 8.00 AM, 10.30 AM to 12 PM and 6.45 PM  to 8.30 PM on regular days. The timing may change on special days or festivals.

Average time required to visit the temple: 1 to 2 hours.

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Manchanabele Dam

Manchanabele is a small village located on the outskirts of Bangalore that is known for its picturesque dam and adjoining reservoir. 

It is a short 40km drive away from Bangalore and has recently emerged as a popular weekend retreat for the people of the Bangalore because of the peace, natural beauty and serenity offered by the place. 

Manchanabele Dam, which is sought out by travellers, adventurers, families and friends, is built over the Arkavathy river. 

It is a mighty reservoir that is used to promote farming and irrigation in the nearby areas. The presence of the reservoir has led to the formation of a beautiful lake on which activities such as boating and kayaking are conducted. It is also popular amongst the tourists because of the incredible natural beauty that one can witness near the Manchanabele Dam.

Even though the reservoir was a popular place for people to explore and swim in, it is now cordoned off and cannot be accessed by the public because of a few incidents.

However, the whole expanse of the lake and the reservoir can be seen from a distance and you can catch a stunning sunset from the vicinity of the lake. 

Because of the popularity of the place, several adventure resorts and retreats have sprung up. You can access Manchanabele Dam via Dabbaguli village or from Magadi Road, where you will find most of the accommodations in the area.

It is a breath-taking place for a day trip or just a relaxing weekend outing with your friends and loved ones.

Shravanabelagola a major holiday attraction in Karnataka is famous for the statue of Lord Gomateswara also called the Bahubali statue. This statue is 58 ft tall and carved out of a single granite block. It is believed to be the tallest monolithic stone statue in the world. The statue attracts many tourists and travelers from around the world every year. This place is a very important pilgrimage destination for Jains, and there are a lot of Jain temples you can see in this area.

Lord Gomateshwara was the son of the first Jain Tirthankara, Lord Adinatha. Apart from this wonderful statue, this place also has some beautiful hills to explore. Chandragiri and Vindhyagiri hills surround the place and offer several interesting trails for trekking and camping around the area. You can also hire a palanquin to enjoy the view from the hill top without doing all the walking. 

The other major attraction here is the Bhandari Basadi Temple which is the largest temple in Shravanabelagola built in 1126 by the treasurer of the Hoysala Kings. If you are lucky, you can witness the Mahamastakabhisheka of Lord Bahubali, which happens once every 12 years.  

The best time to visit Shravanabelagola is from October to April. Planning a trip at this time is ideal for exploring the various attractions and going on camping trips and trekking expeditions. Temperatures soar during summers ranging between 30°C to 35°C making it difficult to go out for sightseeing. In monsoon, you might find a bit of rain, which makes going out hard but the visual appeal of this place gets more beautiful after the rains. Ganesh Chaturthi held in July or August is celebrated with great gusto in Shravanabelagola.

Srirangapatna is a small island which is in the shape of an egg and located in the middle of the Cauvery River. The city is not very far from Mysore, you will need to travel only 18km to reach Srirangapatna. One of the famous and most popular attractions in this town is the Ranganathaswamy temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Tourists throng this Temple and come from far and wide to witness its grandeur.

You can also enjoy many other attractions in this city, such as waterfalls, military warehouses, tombs and palaces. If you want to see some rare and beautiful birds, then you can visit the Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary. Other attractions here include the Gumbaz, Dariya Daulat Baug, Sangam, Balmuri Falls, Karighatta Temple, Srirangapatna Fort, the Obelisk and Jama Masjid. 

The best time to plan your visit to Srirangapatna is during the winter months between October to March. The weather remains pleasant for outdoor activities, sightseeing and shopping. Summers can ruin your trip because of excess heat. The temperatures range between 32°C to 40°C making it difficult for any outdoor activities. Monsoons are not ideal either as the rains can get very heavy and dampen your trip. However, if you do go during monsoons the only advantage would be the great price drops in the things you can buy. 
Halebid is a beautiful town which is also known as Halebidu and Dwarasamudra. It is located in Hassan District and is dotted with incredibly beautiful shrines, temples and imposing sculptures because of which it is also famous as the Gem of Indian architecture. This city was once the capital of the Hoysala empire, and this is reflected in the structural designs of its various temples and monuments. 

Other popular attractions in this town are Hoysaleswara Temple, Basadi Halli, Yagachi Dam, Kedareswara Temple, and the Archaeological Museum. While visiting the Halebid city, do not forget to enjoy the Hoysala Mahotsava. This festival represents the cultural performances, programs and different forms of art.  

The best time to visit Halebid is between October to February. The temperature at this time is perfect to explore the town and different attractions. You will get around 10 to 25 degrees temperature, which is best for traveling and makes the place more beautiful. The temperature rises to 44 degrees in the summer, which is best to avoid. But if you want to catch the festival, then you will need to visit this place in March.
One of the top tourist destinations of Karnataka is Pattadakal. Pattadakal is a World Heritage site declared by UNESCO for its historical monuments and temples. According to researchers and excavations, Pattadakal used to be under the Badami Chalukyas and previously it was called Raktapura. 

The point that makes Pattadakal different from other places is that the popular structures here represent both South Indian and North Indian style of architecture. A Jain temple named Rashtrakuta is also very beautiful, which is known to be built by Vikramaditya II's wife Queen Lokamahadevi. Apart from these, you can visit Sangameshwara Temple, Malliikarjuna Temple, Jain temple, Galaganatha temple and Papanatha Temple. It is also a major UNESCO World Heritage site showcasing some of the most interesting attractions in Karnataka.

The best time to visit Pattadakal is between October to March as well as July to September. The temperature between October to March stays around 10 to 32 degrees and in monsoon, the temperature stays also very good to visit places around. But do not visit the place in summer as the place can get very hot during the day in Summer. During the day the temperature ranges between 35°C to 40°C but it gets relatively cooler in the evenings and early mornings.
Makalidurga is a small village that is mostly known for the Makalidurga hill. You can reach this place very easily as it is only 60 km away from Bangalore and 10 km away from Doddaballapur. There is an old temple of Lord Shiva in this village which is believed to be the place where Rishi Markandeya performed penance. Apart from this, the city is very famous for its trekking trails over a set of beautiful rolling hills. The Makalidurga Fort is located on top of one of the granite hillocks and trek along this hillside is one of the most popular one in this region.

The Fort on the top is at a height of 1,117 m. You can visit other attractions, such as Ghati Subramanya Temple, Grover Zampa Vineyards, Chikka Madhure Shani Mahatma Temple, Kinvah Vineyards. Popular amongst trekkers the Village itself serves as a base for these treks and there are many day treks as well as night treks organized here.You can also indulge in bike rides to reach the top of some hills.

The best time to visit Makalidurga is in the winter months between October to March. This is also the best time to trek, as the roads and trails are dry and make it easy to trek. Do not visit the place in monsoon if you want to trek as the rocks and the roads get slippery and it can be dangerous to trek in the weather. Also, Due to heavy rains, blockage of roads and rock brakes is very common.
Shivanasamudra Falls
Shivanasamudra is known for its cascading many waterfalls and rivers. It is located in the Chamarajanagar District of Karnataka and the waterfall is near the Kaveri River. The Shivanasamudra island divides the Kaveri River into two parts which forms the two waterfalls. One is Gaganachukki and the other is Bharachukki. These two together are known as the Shivanasamudra Falls.

There are some temples nearby and a wildlife sanctuary which visitors can explore. You can do many outdoor activities here, such as fishing, boating, water sports, swimming in the Kaveri River. Many people also come here to trek the mountains and click some amazing photos of the waterfalls. 

The place is at its best during monsoon and winter and both these seasons are ideal to enjoy the waterfall and other attractions here. In winter the place is filled with tourists because of the pleasant weather and breezy ambience. In monsoon, you can enjoy the waterfall at its best. The water increases, which makes the roars more powerful and increases the beauty of the place. Summers are not really ideal for a trip to the Shivanasamudra Falls as the temperatures are really high and the humidity level is also high.
Talakadu is one of the most fascinating places to visit in Karnataka with a tremendous selection of excavated ruins. This town has witnessed the rise and fall of various empires including the Chola Dynasty, the Pallava Dynasty, the Hoysala Dynasty and the Vijayanagara Dynasty. Some of the most unique practices here are the excavation of some temples every 12 years for a special ritual during Panchalinga Darshana. The remaining time these temples remain buried under the sand.  The Temples that are included in this ritual are the Vaidyanatheshwara temple, Arkeshwara temple, Vasukishwara temple Srikanteshwara temple and Mallikarjuna temple. 

Talakadu offers some really exciting activities including coracle rides on the Kaveri River. Talakadu is located 120km away from Bangalore airport. You can catch a train to Mysore to reach Talakadu as the Mysore railway station is only 45km away from this place. 

The best time to visit Talakadu is between November to March. The weather is pleasant and you can enjoy the rides on the River or indulge in a picnic with friends and family. This is a great time to indulge in temple hopping and enjoy the local cuisines. 

The weather is very hot during the summers with temperatures going up to almost 40°C. This is not ideal for outdoor activities or sightseeing. In monsoon, heavy rains and bad weather will ruin your visit and make the roads and temples muddy.
Madhugiri is a small town in Tumkur district of Karnataka that is home to one of Asia’s largest monoliths and the second largest in the world. It is located 100km from Bangalore, most of the tourists visit this place to see the famous Madhugiri Fort. This famous fort was built during the reign of the Vijayanagar Dynasty. Apart from the Fort, Madugiri also offers other attractions such as the MaidanaHalli Blackbuck Sanctuary, Chennarayana Durga, Thimmalapura Forest, Siddara Betta, and many other temples.

The place is also very famous for manufacturing handloom clothes and blankets. You can visit the market places and explore the variety of these locally manufactured clothes and other products. Madhugiri located at a height of 3930 feet also offers some of the best trekking and hiking trails.   

Plan a trip to Madhugiri between the months of October to March. This is the best time as the weather is pleasant and perfect for outdoor activities and sightseeing. Summers are not conducive at all as the temperatures go really high at around 38°C to 40°C. Monsoons bring with it moderate to heavy showers which can dampen your trip. Trekking is also not advisable during this time as the trails get muddy and quite slippery as well.
Sringeri has some very interesting attractions in Karnataka which include the Sharada Peetham, the four temples established by Adi Shankaracharya that faces in the four directions. These are - Kere Anjaneya Temple in the West, Kala Bhairava Temple in the East, Durgamba Temple in the South and Kalikamba Temple in the North. Another major attraction in Sringeri is the River Tunga. There are several temples built on the river bank and it is also home to a variety of fresh water fish. The water of the Tunga River is also known for its freshness and wonderful taste. 

Another point of interest in Sringeri is the way they celebrate their festivals. If you are lucky, you can also catch a glimpse of their colorful cultural rituals and Navratri festival and the unbelievable crown of countless people. 

The best time to visit Sringeri is between October to March when the weather and ideal to explore all the attractions here. The temperature stays around 21-24 degrees, which is great to enjoy the place more comfortably. If you visit Sringeri in monsoon, then you might get medium to heavy rains, which can interrupt the trip and other activities. But, monsoon also makes the scenery more enjoyable and enthralling, the temperature stays around 23 to 29 degrees. Avoid visiting the place in summer as the temperature can rise to 30 to 32 degrees.

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Karnataka Things To Do FAQs

What are the best things to do in Karnataka?

Karnataka creates a magnificent land of wonders as the Eastern and the Western Ghats bordering the state have given rise to several rivers making popular tourist destinations on the way. The place is also famous for its rich archaeological and historical significance backed by temples and forts. Check out the best things to do here in Karnataka:

  • Experience the Vairamudi Festival
  • Experience Laksha Deepotsavam
  • Visit the Gol Gumbaz
  • Tour Pattadakal
  • Visit the Brindavan Gardens
  • Visit the Mysore Zoo
  • Skydive in Mysore
  • White water raft at Bheemeshwari and Kodagu

What are the best adventure activities to do in Karnataka?

Karnataka has shaped itself to suit the adventurous people with every kind of adrenaline-inducing needs. For the overtly courageous ones, there is the activity as daring as skydiving, whereas for the not-so-daring ones, you could find cycling and hiking tours. Nonetheless, the diverse landscape and the endless greenish lush of the flora around calls for a breathtaking view with each of these activities.

  • Static skydiving in Mysore
  • Microlight Flying in Bengaluru (Jakkur airfield), Coorg and Mysore
  • White Water Rafting in Bheemeshwari, Madikeri, Kali River and much more
  • Scuba Diving in Murdeshwar
  • Rock Climbing in Ramanagara, Savanaduga, Turahalli and Madhugiri
  • Trekking in Coorg, Kodachadri
  • Aquatic parasailing in Malpe beach, Gokarna Beach
  • Jetski Ride in Gokarna Beach, Varuana Lake (Mysore), Netravathi (Mangalore)
  • Motorbiking
  • Cycling

Which are the most adventurous places for trekking in Karnataka?

The most appealing aspect of trekking in Karnataka is reflected by the pleasant weather and the abundance of forests all around, which create an overall fantastic ambience for any trekker. Also, the trekking routes here are safe enough to allow you to trek even during the night time. You could choose any trekking expedition as per your wish, be it a weeklong hiking venture or a few long hours of trekking up the hills.

  • Mullayanagiri (Near Chikmagalur)
  • Z Point (Near Kemmanagundi)
  • Skandagiri / KalavaraDurga (Near Bangalore)
  • Kumara Parvatha(Near Mangalore)
  • Nandi Hills (Near Bangalore)
  • Yana (Near Jog Falls)
  • Madhugiri (Near Bangalore)
  • Kunti Betta (Near Srirangapatna)
  • Yedakumeri / Green Route Trek (Near Mangalore)

Which are the best campsites in Karnataka?

Campsites in Karnataka come with the heavenly backdrops of coffee plantations or waterfalls. There is no way anything else could possibly beat a camping experience in any part of Karnataka, especially of those listed below:

  • Kalhatty, Ooty
  • Coorg –Votecad
  • Foothills of Jenukallu mountain, Sakleshpur
  • Seagot, Wayanad
  • Dabbaguli
  • Kodamballi, Channapatna

Which are some famous waterfalls to visit in Karnataka?

The rush of rapid thick silver streams rushing down from great heights has given rise to numerous cascades all across the state. Each of them is a sight worth drooling over and most maintain their charm consistently through every season. Karnataka’s waterfalls come in different types, be it in block, cascade, segmented, or plunge. Check out the list of the country’s most wondrous waterfalls:

  • Arasinagundi Falls, Kollur
  • Gokak Falls, Belgaum
  • Kadambi Falls, Kudremukh
  • Benne Hole Falls, Karwar
  • Jog Falls, Shimoga
  • Sural Falls, Belgaum
  • Abbey Falls, Coorg
  • Lalguli Falls, Karwar

Where can I do river rafting in Karnataka? How much will it cost me?

White water rafting in Karnataka is one of the top activities here with spots like SitaNadi and Bheemeshwari promising you an experience of a lifetime. It is generally done in a flowing water or with the one with a turbulent stream, and for that, these are the best spots you could try your mind and body at:

  • Kabini River
  • Kondaji
  • Barapole River
  • Sita River
  • Sowparnika River

These experiences in Karnataka generally priced around INR 1000, but they are likely to change depending on the season and the destination you pick.

Which are some destinations to visit for wildlife safari experience in Karnataka?

Out of 34 biodiversity hotspots all over the world, four of them rest in the Indian subcontinent. One of them is the Western Ghats, and you could obviously guess now how rich this spot is with its diversification of flora and fauna. The conservative centres especially the ones of Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve are equally thrilling and fun to explore:

  • Nagarahole National Park
  • Mudumalai National Park
  • Bandipur National Park
  • Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Bannerghatta National Park

Which are the best places to visit for a spiritual experience in Karnataka?

Do not fool yourself into getting overwhelmed by the bustling crowds and streets of the IT hub of Bangalore, as the place is equally capable of producing some of the finest spiritual experiences of the country. The ashrams, forts, temples, and festivals of Karnataka are typical of the state with unique practices and beliefs that India is so revered for. Check out the top spiritual destinations in Karnataka:

  • Ramakrishna Math, Bangalore
  • Shri Sridhara Swami Ashram, Shimoga
  • Fireflies Ashram, Kaggalipura
  • Vishwa Shanti Ashram, Arishinakunte
  • Chamundi Temple
  • Holy Trinity Church
  • Iskcon Temple
  • Shree GaviGangadeshwara Temple

Which are the best locations for rock climbing in Karnataka?

Karnataka’s exquisite make of the terrains and the obvious pleasant weather make the overall rock and wall climbing experiences quite sublime. Commune with nature as you engage yourself with these formidable ventures worth cherishing for a lifetime.

  • Savandurga
  • Hampi and Badami
  • Yana
  • Skandagiri
  • Madhugiri

Where can I do scuba diving in Karnataka? How much will it cost me?

Karnataka serves one of the best dive sites of India found just off Murdeshwar. Netrani is a small-uninhabited island entertaining the adventurous yearning of the travellers. With water depth ranging between 6 and 40 meters and visibility from 15 and 30 meters, the destination is perfect for divers of all levels of experience.

The service is offered here at the cost of INR 5000 attracting a horde of interested tourists all year round.

Which are some famous routes for biking in Karnataka?

The curvature and the straightness of the biking trails are versatile enough to give you the experience you want in Karnataka’s biking routes. Bangalore is especially popular for its biking trails hardly failing to impress bikers who come to seek solace here. Check out the most eminent biking trails of Karnataka:

  • Bheemeshwari, 105 km from Bangalore
  • Savandurga, Karnataka, 50 Km from Bangalore
  • Wayanad, 265 km from Bangalore
  • Ooty, 266 km from Bangalore
  • Shivanasamudram Falls, 135 km from Bangalore on road
  • Hampi, 350 km from Bangalore
  • Biligiriranga Hills, 200 km from Bangalore
  • Bangalore to Sakleshpur
  • Yercaud, 213 km from Bangalore
  • Kabini River, 209 km from Bangalore

Where can I enjoy skydiving in Karnataka? Is it safe to do it? What are its charges?

Diving from a height of 10,000 feet with only the safety of a parachute attached to you is daunting enough to make you question if the experience is safe at all. Although there are not many records of death associated with these practices in Karnataka, nonetheless, it is foolish to try it without any fitness or activity experience at all.

Mysore nestles a few prominent skydiving sites with the Chamundi Hills being the most famed of them all. The cost of skydiving here during the weekend is INR 42,000 whereas it INR 35,000 in the weekdays.

Which are some famous beaches to visit in Karnataka? What are the activities to do there?

Being one of the most celebrated coastal destinations of India, it is impossible for Karnataka to not leave its visitors in awe of its calendar-worthy beaches. The beach destinations here are thoughtful enough to include other sightseeing tours so that you are not too bored gazing at the breathtaking horizon of the sea (which is doubtful). Check out the favourite beaches of the state:

  • Kaup Beach
  • Karwar Beach
  • Gokarna’s Beach town
  • Netrani Beach
  • St. Mary Island
  • Ullal Beach
  • Malpe Beach

Karnataka Things To Do Reviews

Vaishali Singh
Reviewed: 17 Sep 2023
Really loved this place. Awesome food, calm and peaceful stay Pool was amazing, Definitely a fun-filled day
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Anirudh Ghaty
Reviewed: 12 Sep 2018
"One hell of a crazy trek this one. The views were just splendid, and the organisers had it all charted out, and were extremely helpful. \n\nAn initial route through the forest is what we go through which is not that tiring, but after this stretch we move on to the most difficult part of the trek, w... Read More
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Reviewed: 26 Jul 2018
It was a very well organised trek by friendly and courteous hosts. Shahid, Danny, Habib and Avinash were great and were fun to trek with. Homestay near Shuntikoppa was beautiful with coffee plantations close-by and it was raining the whole time. Trek is an easy to medium range one. Except for the ra... Read More
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Reviewed: 24 Dec 2022
Overall 4.5 out of 5. Jayanth and team mates did great job. Driver needs to learn manners and human care in not rudel blasting loud songs at night even when requested not to do so. Worth the money. Well organized. Recommend before hand on website itinerary to bring warm sweaters and flask of hot tea... Read More
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Ganak Chopra
Reviewed: 12 Oct 2015
This is one of the best treks that I had taken up in my life. I came to Bangalore to meet some friends and happened to go for this night trek. The pleasing smell from the nearby coconut trees are still tempting me to go on this trek again. Lively and lovely night trek. Its a wonderful experience an... Read More
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Jatin Nehlani
Reviewed: 25 Sep 2023
Loved everything about the trek
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