Trip Highlights :Day 1 – Kalasa to Coffee estate private waterfalls - Maidadi View Point .Day 2 - Kalasa Tea Estate - Kudremukha Somawathi waterfalls (Onroad & Offroad Ride) - Kayaking in Bhadra river (Kayaking is Seasonal)Total Cycling Distance – 80 - 90 Kilometers over 2 daysCycling Difficulty Level - Easy to ModerateStay – Home Stay near KalasaTrip Itinerary : Day 0 - Overnight Journey to Kalasa from Bangalore. Below are pickup points from Bangalore. Day 109:30 PM – Pick up from New Shanti Sagar Hotel, Domlur10:00 PM – Pick up from Richmond Circle Or Corporation Signal10:30 PM – Pick up from Majestic (Mysore Bank Signal OR Bangalore Railway Station Main Entrance)11:00 PM – Pick up from Yeshwanthpur Railway station (Govardhan Theatre)07:30 AM – Bathroom/washroom break08:30 AM – Breakfast09:00 AM – Start cycling towards nearby Coffee estate private waterfalls12:30 PM – Back to home stay01:00 PM – Lunch02:00 PM – Will ride to Maidadi View Point which is purely a onroad ride.07:00 PM – Back to home stay08:30 PM – Campfire and Dinner (Veg/Non-Veg)09:30 PM – Relax and Bed time Day 209:00 AM – Will ride to Kalasa Tea estate and Kudremukha Somawathi Waterfalls near Mullodi12:30 AM – Back to home stay01:00 PM – Kayaking in the river bhadra under the guidance of experts (Seasonal)02:30 PM – Lunch03:00 PM – Return to Bangalore06:30 PM – Refreshments11:30 PM – Reach BangaloreTour Inclusions :Non A/C TransportWashroom access in the morningOvernight stay on Saturday at Home StayShared rooms Separate for men and women2 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches & 1 Dinner (Veg/Non-Veg)Refreshments include Coffee/tea with snack(s)Mineral water for drinkingEnergy Drink (Glucon- D)Cycle rental (750 Rs Extra for 2 Days with Helmet) and transportation chargesKayaking in the River bhadra under the guidance of expertsFirst aid kitCycle Tyre puncture kitHelmetTour Exclusions :Personal expensesSunday DinnerThings to Carry :One back packCloths as required for travel and overnight stay (keep an extra pair)Comfortable clothes for Cycle rideSunscreen & sunglassesToiletries (Shampoo, towel, toothpaste etc.)Personal medication (if any)Photo Identification
If you are a foodie (cmon, which one of us is not? hehe), making a cuisine tour in India is a must for you! When you think about India, I bet exotic is the first word that pops up in your head. Exotica is the very essence of this country with India being truly unique in every possible aspect: culture, traditions, lifestyle and, of course, cuisine! When it comes to traditional Indian food, it can be worth exciting and intimidating. Spices are a must in almost every dish but mind the quantity of them used in every of them. Sometimes a dish is seasoned with spices so generously, that you feel like capable of drinking the entire Indian Ocean. In this blog, we will cover some of the most popular cuisine tours in India that will not make your stomach turn :)
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Who of us, when reading the Greek myths, would not dream to see the mountain awing the ancient Greeks? Even these days Mytikas’s (Mount Olympus’s modern name) peak can be rarely seen as it is almost always hidden behind the dense clouds. Due to this reason, the ancient people believed Mount Olympus to be the place of residence of Gods, unreachable and invisible to human. Mytikas means "nose" and takes the name from its shape reminding of a human’s nose. Every proud-hearted Greek should at least once ascend the mountain; it is almost a duty, an unwritten rule, so to say, and numerous Greeks, sometimes in big groups, often ascend the mountains without wearing any special shoes or helmets.
Caves, love them or loathe them, but it is undoubtedly a certain mystery surrounding these subterranean tunnels and caverns found in towering mountains or wriggling under the earth beneath our feet. Some caves were once lived in by people and some significant caverns are still undiscovered to this day.
Do you have a never ending desire to explore the beauty of the African nature? Do you want to get in close contact with the wildness we all came from? When it comes to the African continent, choosing a place to go to might become a never-ending story, wherever you go, exotic is the word to describe the atmosphere. I have chosen a few places which every tourist keen on photography must visit. Be ready to get unforgettable impressions and unfathomable thrill and make sure to take a photo, it will last longer! (hehe)