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Chikmagalure NatureStay- Tripchale Chikmagalure

Fri, 18 Oct 2019 7:00AM - Sat, 19 Oct 2019
Kalasa (Godlumane Naturestay -Tripchale)
Rs 2000
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Unlimited Food Included : Yes
Outdoors / Open Air
Alcohol Allowed : BYOB
Tour Duration : 1 days, 1 nights
Venue Type : Riverside,Homestay
Activity : Trekking,Cycling,Adventure Activity,Local City Tour,Kayaking,Camping
Kids Friendly
Kids Below 5 Years : Free
Stay Included
Breakfast Avaliable



The perfect hideout Homestay at Bhadra river bank

A homestay situated in the midst of mountains and rivers, Chikmagalure Nature homestay is where you need to head to catch a break from that busy schedule and leap into natures lap.  Situated at 300km from Bengaluru in Kalasa, the heart of the Malenadu region in the Chikkamagaluru district of Karnataka, this homestay undoubtedly gives one of the best nature experiences that you can ask for. Muddy terrain and the thick paddy growth fittingly attribute the name Chikmagalure Nature stay to this stay, with the mane being rightfully placed in the middle of the fields. Walk into the estate and be mesmerized on being surrounded by Coffee plants, Areca, the pristine Bhadra River and the mighty Elephant-hill overlooking it all. Be it a family looking for a lazy weekend, a group of friends wanting to have fun, bikers wanting to stop over, or trekkers looking to camp the night after a tiring day, Chikmagalure homestay is the place to be, offering all that you want under one roof.  Added to that is the delicious and specifically-catered meals (Vegetarian and Non-Vegetarian) that you be served for the duration of your stay, without burning too big hole in your pocket. Pack your bags, get you gear and head to the Chikmagalure Homestay to experience all this and much more!

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Places to see around

Places to see around
  1. Kaleeshwara temple, Kalasa (1km)  The temple dedicated to Shiva on the banks of the Bhadra River, giving the town Kalasa its name.
  2. Horanadu Sree Annapoorneshwari temple (8km)  The famous 8th century temple of Annapurneshwari located at the town of Horanad, popular for the meals it offers to visitors.
  3. The temple towns of Sringeri (65km) and Dharmasthala (90km)  The popular pilgrimage destination of Sringeri, the site of the Sringeri Sharada Peetham on the banks of the Tunga river. Dharmasthala, another popular temple on the banks of the Netravathi River is also close by.
  4. Kyathanamakki view point (15km)  One of the peaks overlooking the town of Kalasa. The peak, reached by off-road vehicles offers some of the most amazing views on the Western Ghats.
  5. Abgudige/Surimale falls (10km)  A remote andscenic waterfall amidst lush green surroundings near Kalasa.
  6. Samse tea estate (9km)  A vast and picturesque tea estate near Kalasa, with a temple in the middle of the estate. The estate has an outlet selling fresh tea powder and also samples of mountain tea.
  7. Kudremukh peak trekking (15km)  The popular horse-faced peak, at 1892m is the third highest peak in Karnataka. The trek to the peak starts at Mullodi (15km) and goes on for 10km cutting across forests, streams and shola grasslands of the Kudremukh National park. One of the most popular peaks among the Western Ghats trekking circuit, not to be missed by trekking and mountaineering enthusiasts.
  8. Kudremukha (21km)  The former Mining Township, now an abandoned ghost town with dilapidated buildings and outgrown shrubs, nature getting the better of the abandoned township.
  9. Varaha Teertha (sacred pond), Gangamoola  The sacred pool where the Rivers Tunga, Bharda and Netravathi originate.
  10. Hanumangundi waterfalls (50km) A tiered waterfall of 22m, near the Lakya dam in the Kudremukh National Park.
  11. Bhadra River rafting, Kalasa (8km)  The Bhadra River originating in the nearby Western Ghats flows along the Kalasa-Kudremukh region, offering many locations suitable for river rafting.
  12. Ballarayanadurga fort (30km)  A fort on the mountain front, located on the Bandaje Arbi trekking trail. The fort is offers amazing views, particularly during the monsoons.
  13. Rani Jari, Kalasa (30km)  A viewpoint offering views of the Karnatakas coastal plains on clear days, close to the Ballarayanadurga fort.
  14.  Maidadi Gudda (25km)  The twin peak of the Rani Jari hills, offering similar views of the coastal plains.

Facilities at Godlumane

Facilities at Godlumane
  1. Estate walk  Enjoy blissful walks in and around the Naturestay, in the midst coffee, Areca plantations and paddy fields.
  2. Fishing  Catch some fresh and delicious fare from the Bhadra River, using the same traditional methods as the mountainfolk.
  3. Muddy games (Throwball and Volleyball)  Get down and dirty in the muddy terrain surrounding the homestay to indulge in friendly games of Throwball and Volleyball, bringing in the feel of traditional sports.
  4. Bhadra river dip with life jackets  The clean and cold Bhardra River allows ample opportunity to indulge in refreshing dips to cleanse the adventurous soul.

Other paid services

Other paid services
  1. Kyathanamakki view point  An off-road climb to the peak of the Kyathanamakki hills.
  2. Abguduge waterfalls  A remote waterfall, the trail of which can only be treaded by jeeps.
  3. Kudremukh peak trekking  Off-roading to the base camp of the Kudremukh trek.

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