Famous among adventure enthusiasts, the trek to Bhatwada Waterfall is best undertaken during June through to September. The guided trek takes you to the waterfalls where you make way through splendid sights and a chilling bath awaits at the end.
After being picked up from Belgaum at around 7am, you will be directly taken to the campsite in Kankumbi. Once done with the breakfast, leave for Kalmani, the starting point of the trek. The around 4 hour circular trek is nearly 6-8 kms long, and takes you through dense forests in the area. You will also find a huge boulder on the way, famously called the Mother Mary rock, with an image of Mother Mary installed in it. The trek continues onto the temple of Shiva, also known as the Siddeshwar High Point (3,300 feet). The view from this point is breath-taking. When you finally reach the 50+ feet high Bhatwada waterfall, you can enjoy the chilled water that showers down on you.
After a refreshing experience at the waterfalls, return to Kalmani and leave for the campsite where delicious lunch fills you with energy. You then leave for Belgaum in the evening with lots of memories.
Duration: Around 4 hours
Transportationfrom and to Belgaum
Breakfast and Veg. Lunch
Khaki or olive-green or brown clothing would be suitable. White or bright colours are too conspicuous and tend to scare animals.
Round neck and full sleeved T-shirts are advisable. Long trousers are most essential.
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