Mighty Sada Falls Trek, Belgaum

Trekking  +  walking
Trekking + walking
Tour details
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Guide language: English
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This experience consisting of a guided trek from a naturally aesthetic village Sada, neatly tucked on a high peak in the Western Ghats of Chorla, will take you through an adventurous journey. Sada Falls is situated 8km from here. You’ll have to go through different terrains, cross streams, and hop boulders to reach to the bottom of this 200feet cascade falling in between from two adjacent hills. Lying on the border of Karnataka and Goa, this waterfall created over centuries is breathtaking.
Around six trekking hours lie ahead of you. After transfer from Belgaum around 7am to Kankumbi campsite, you’ll have breakfast and leave for the village of Sada (16km). After an exciting trek through a dense jungle, packed lunch on the way, and making way through unknown surroundings, you’ll arrive at the mystical and amazing Sada Falls. Soak in the calm, tranquil environs for a while. Head back to Sada, enjoy the rural sojourn with the locals. After which, leave for the base camp where you’ll have refreshments before your drop back to Belgaum around 7pm.
Duration: Around 6 hours
Difficulty level: Easy 

Transportation from and to Belgaum
Breakfast,Veg lunches
Guide charges
Khaki or olive-green or brown clothing would be suitable. White or bright colors are too conspicuous and tend to scare animals.
Round neck and full-sleeved t-shirts are advisable.
Long trousers/ track pants are most essential.
All tour descriptions and conditions are given in accordance with the information of Thrillophilia
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