Bheemeshwari is a small town in Karnataka's Mandya district, with a soft background of the unembellished and true to life rural India, with bullock carts in place of noisy vehicles, mighty rivers instead of swimming pools and tall green trees in place of skyscrapers. Away from the cruel concrete circus of the city, Bheemeshwari is the perfect getaway for a short trip from Bangalore, one that is close to nature, in the most real sense of the word. It has long been known as a paradise for fishing enthusiasts, with some fishing camps set amidst the area. Due to its proximity with the Cauvery River and its extensive forest cover with a variety of flora and fauna, tourists can go on boating rides, attend adventure camps, trek up the hills, visit handicraft markets and go bird watching. It is the natural habitat of the toughest freshwater sports fish called the Mahseer (roughly translated to Mahi - fish and sher - tiger) and attracts many visitors for this reason.

What is the best time to visit Bheemeshwari?

November to February is the best time to visit Bheemeshwari. However, the weather in Bheemeshwari changes with a change in the season, though the other seasons are just as welcoming. Bheemeshwari is equally pleasant throughout the year, with warmer summers, cold winters and monsoons which only enhance the place's beauty.

How to Reach Bheemeshwari

How to Reach Bheemeshwari by Flight

The nearest airport to Bheemeshwari is the Bangalore International Airport. This airport is located at a distance of 100 km. From here, you can take a cab or bus to Bheemeshwari.

How to Reach Bheemeshwari by Road

Buses are available from most nearby cities and towns in South India to Bheemeshwari. If travelling from Bangalore, take a route via Kanakapura and Sathanur (on Kanakapura Mysore road). The road trips requires an off-roading of about 11 km throgh forest.

How to Reach Bheemeshwari by Train

The nearest major railway station to Bheemeshwari is Bangalore. The railway station is located at a distance of 100 km. From here, you can take a cab or bus to Bheemeshwari.

Local Transport in Bheemeshwari

Buses are available for local transport here. Taxis can also be hired for private tours. One of the most famous activities is to indulge in a nature and adventure camp.

An Adrenaline Rush Awaits You at Bheemeshwari Adventure and Nature Camp

Are you an adrenaline junkie? If the answer is yes, know this – an adventure of lifetime awaits you a mere 100 kilometers from Bangalore at Bheemeshwari. Home to the revered River Cauvery, the place is a seat of natural beauty with avenues for breathtaking adventures. The mere sound of the gushing waters of River Cauvery is enough to get your pulse racing. To enjoy the best of both worlds, you will also find peace and serenity amidst the green surroundings with ample wildlife here. Just tread the Kanakapura Road from Bangalore to reach Bheemeshwari Adventure and Nature Camp and leave the rest to the camp. A fun-filled bonanza awaits you. Wildlife: Bheemeshwari Adventure and Nature Camp Awakens the Nature Lover in You You just can’t help loving the scenic green expanse of Bheemeshwari. To add to the beauty, the area is flush with over 200 species of birds and a host of wild animals such as jackals, spotted deer, elephants and leopards. If you have never tried fishing, this is the time to try it out. Bheemeshwari is famous for its mahseer fish that can weigh over 100 lb. The local experts will be more than happy to guide you through the hidden natural wonders of Bheemeshwari during your stay.

Things to do in the adventure camp

 Bird watching enthusiasts can also visit Kokrebellur Pelicanry, which is a small village near Bheemeshwari.   Sangam is the confluence of rivers Cauvery and Arkavathi. It is a popular picnic spot.   Continue your exploration of nature at Galibore just 14 kilometers away.   About an hour away is Doddamakali which is considered a natural haven.   Muthathi is only about 5 minutes from Bheemeshwari and is another famous spot among tourists.   Don’t miss Chunchi water falls, which is also pretty close to the resort.   Mekedatu is one place that never fails to amaze tourists through its breath-taking landscapes.   A longer drive of about 2 hours will take you to Gaganachukki and Barachukki waterfalls.

Cost of the accommodation at nature and adventure camp

The Log Hut costs Rs.5560. Staying at the cottage will cost you Rs. 6100.00 and Bambo Hut will charge you around 6600.00


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