Resting on the foothills of the Western Ghats, Hebri in Udupi displays nature’s many charms. Enjoy a four and a half hour trek through the meandering trails and rafting on the gushing waves. Unwind with a delightful experience of bonfire and camping.
The guided sojourn begins at around 9pm when you embark on an overnight journey from Bangalore. At around 7am, reach Hebri campsite that is situated in Hebri-Agumbe Road. Following your arrival, have breakfast and attend a briefing session from the tour facilitators. In this session, you will get to know more about the terrains in Hebri. Once done with the briefing, start trekking to the Kudalatheertha Falls which is around 7 km both ways. Lunch will be served when you get back to the campsite. After which you can relax or indulge in some fun games. End the day on a pleasant note as you relax by the bonfire and relish the dinner.
On day two, post breakfast around 7am, go rafting in Varahi River. Challenge the raging waves and return to the campsite and have lunch. At around 4pm exhilarating rope activities can be arranged. After an early dinner, depart the camp and embark on your return journey to Bangalore.
Duration: 2 days
Breakfast, lunch, evening snacks and dinner
Safety equipment required for trekking and camping
Pickup and drop at common point.
Consumption of alcohol or any other intoxicating products is strictly prohibited during this trip
For safety purposes, do pay heed to the guidelines given by the instructors
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