Rating in India
$ 89

Agumbe Trail And Sita Whitewater Rafting From Bangalore

Rafting / kayaking / sailing
Rafting / kayaking / sailing
min $ 89
Per person
Tour details
Destinations: Bangalore Urban
Guide language: English
Price: min $ 89
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Agumbe Trail And Sita Whitewater Rafting Trip HighlightsDay-0We will start from Bangalore at around 9:00 PM in our private vehicle (mini bus)Day-1We will reach the home stay and start our day with breakfastStart the trek for the Kavaledurga Fort, a 9th century structure now in ruins. The view of the hillock will mesmerize you.We reach the home stay for lunch and then leave for the rafting expedition.The magnificent Sita river expedition will start with the 10 km long rafting experience. The whole stretched will pass through the dense natural forest reserves of the Agumbe.We move for the sunset point for the magnificent view of the orange sky and then return for our homestay.Bonfire will be lit and we will rest for the day.Day-2Wake up call for the morning to enjoy the beautiful sunrise on the Kundadri hills.After breakfast we will leave for the Jogi Gundi falls and you can have a dip if the water level is not very highWe will start our trekking for the Kudlu Teertha falls which is a 300 feet drop and considered among one of the most pristine waterfalls in KarnatakaWe return to the home stay after the adventure and leave for dinner and start our journey for BangaloreWe will reach Bangalore early morning on Monday with tales of the Sita River and the might Agumbe Rain forest.Pick up pointsPick up starts from Silk Board Bus stand and passes through the Outer Ring Road.The participants will be mailed the route map for the boarding.Things to carrySunscreen, hatTrekking Shoes/ Decent Sports ShoesTorch with extra batteriesA warm jacket in case it gets coldRainproof clothing in the rainy seasonInsect repellant if you are prone to mosquito bitesCamera and batteries / chargerPrescription medicines

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