Rules To Follow When On A Trek

trekking rules

It’s the end of rainy season! The season of Guava, beaches and other outings. But most of all, this is the ideal period for undertaking any trekking expedition, primarily because the weather can be relied upon. If done right, there cannot be anything more exhilarating and rejuvenating than a trek, but just like most other…

Cool Ways to Travel in 2016

Wellness Climbs Up the Priority List The wellness revolution seems to be getting bigger by the day among globetrotters. With resorts, holiday homes, boutique hotels and even airlines dedicating a major chunk of the itinerary to distressing, detoxing and other health-related activities, the wellness quotient is definitely a norm this year. What’s more? Some properties…

Ettina Bhuja Trekking

In the southern belts of Karnataka, you can find the twin trekking sites of Ettina Bhuja and Amedikal. Although the latter is more sought after by seasoned trekkers, it is Ettina Bhuja that has recently been frequented by a host of amateurs and first-timers. The main reasons behind its prominence are mainly because of its…

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…

Jenkal Betta Trekking

Jenkal Betta – Dipadakallu / Diggallu Jenkal Betta is a mountain lying in Sakleshpur of Karnataka. Jenkal Betta is the tallest among the other hills in the same range. The mountain is clearly visible from the Shiradi Ghat road which connects Bangalore and Mangalore. The villagers living nearby Jenkal Betta considers the peak as a holy place and conducts rituals during…