Category: Forest And Nature

  • Happiness is hiking with friends to The Ettina Bhuja Peak

    Happiness is hiking with friends to The Ettina Bhuja Peak

    Ettina Bujha – Ox’s shoulder / Hump. An easy trek which any age group can do (except the final climb). Trek distance 2.5 kms / 2300 steps one side. Trek time – 45mins (personal experience). No prior permission required as of now, just parking charges for the vehicle to be paid. We reached the base […]

  • History of Coffee in India – How coffee came to India

    History of Coffee in India – How coffee came to India

    Within the glass and chrome interiors, you will find a huddle shouting out “Cappuccino!”, a couple melting into each other’s eyes over the cream of a Frappe, and a never receding throng at the counter debating between the above two and the Espresso, Macchiato, Affogato, Cafe latte, Ristretto and so on. Juxtaposed with the glitz […]

  • Simply Sustainable

    Simply Sustainable

    How to make sure your hotel is as environmentally friendly as possible With the pressures of global warming, we’re all looking for ways we can cut our carbon footprint and travel more responsibly. The decision of where to stay during your trip is a big factor so it’s good to know hotels are rising to […]

  • Top Coffee Brands in India

    Top Coffee Brands in India

    Most people will be aware that India is one of the coffee producer, but some might be surprised to learn that it is the world’s sixth-biggest producer of beans. Coffee is one of the most consumed beverages across the world. In fact, the world is divided into two parts – The coffee drinking people and the tea […]

  • Connecting People To Nature

    Connecting People To Nature

    From your backyard to your favorite national park, nature is closer than you think. It’s time to get out and enjoy it. ‘Connecting People to Nature’, the theme for World Environment Day 2017, implores us to get outdoors and into nature, to appreciate its beauty and its importance, and to take forward the call to […]

  • Best Picturesque Riding Destinations in and around Chikmagalur

    Best Picturesque Riding Destinations in and around Chikmagalur

    Every biker is familiar with the feeling of freedom, the joy of flying through the freeways and shredding the tarmacs from a great ride. This is perhaps the greatest reason why those of us with a hint of madness love our two wheeled beasts. Now imagine every feeling intensify thanks to some picturesque landscapes that […]

  • Places to Visit in Sakleshpur on Your Weekend Getaway

    Places to Visit in Sakleshpur on Your Weekend Getaway

    Sakleshpur ( kannada: ಸಕಲೇಶಪುರ) is a hill station town and headquarters of Sakleshpur Taluk in Hassan district in the Indian state of Karnataka. It is referred to as ‘poor man’s Ooty’. Sakleshpur or Sakleshpura is a hill station town in Hassan District of the South Indian state of Karnataka. It is a beautiful town located […]

  • Leech

    Leech

    Holding Leech on Hand Holding leech on hand to create awareness about leaches. Quite common that urban people will be scared on seeing them and some may run too of anxiety where they will be scared to move on whether it be trekking or walk! To overcome this anxiety a video has been posted. Basically […]

  • Experience Neelakurinji Blooms

    Experience Neelakurinji Blooms

    The Western Ghats of South India gives a fabulous opportunity to the travelers to experience nature, so see the hill sides covered with a spectacular carpet of purplish blue, when the Neelakurinji flowers bloom once in 12 years. The botanical name of the shrub is Strobilanthes kunthiana, which was once used by the tribal people […]

  • Bisle Ghat Trekking

    Bisle Ghat Trekking

    Bisle is the rain forest of Western Ghats of Karnataka. The reserve forest spreads over 3,135 hectares of lowland evergreen forest, to the east is the Bisle Village. Kempuhole forest reserve adjoins in the North. The sub-tropical climate and heavy rains during the wet season create an environment where several unique plant and animal species […]