Karnataka: Seeta nadi Nature Camp

Tripoto
15th May 2015
Photo of Karnataka: Seeta nadi Nature Camp by Manju Nath
Photo of Karnataka: Seeta nadi Nature Camp by Manju Nath
Photo of Karnataka: Seeta nadi Nature Camp by Manju Nath
Photo of Karnataka: Seeta nadi Nature Camp by Manju Nath
Photo of Karnataka: Seeta nadi Nature Camp by Manju Nath
Photo of Karnataka: Seeta nadi Nature Camp by Manju Nath
Photo of Karnataka: Seeta nadi Nature Camp by Manju Nath
Photo of Karnataka: Seeta nadi Nature Camp by Manju Nath
Photo of Karnataka: Seeta nadi Nature Camp by Manju Nath
Photo of Karnataka: Seeta nadi Nature Camp by Manju Nath
Photo of Karnataka: Seeta nadi Nature Camp by Manju Nath
Photo of Karnataka: Seeta nadi Nature Camp by Manju Nath
Photo of Karnataka: Seeta nadi Nature Camp by Manju Nath
Photo of Karnataka: Seeta nadi Nature Camp by Manju Nath
Photo of Karnataka: Seeta nadi Nature Camp by Manju Nath
Photo of Karnataka: Seeta nadi Nature Camp by Manju Nath
Photo of Karnataka: Seeta nadi Nature Camp by Manju Nath
Photo of Karnataka: Seeta nadi Nature Camp by Manju Nath
Photo of Karnataka: Seeta nadi Nature Camp by Manju Nath
Photo of Karnataka: Seeta nadi Nature Camp by Manju Nath
Photo of Karnataka: Seeta nadi Nature Camp by Manju Nath
Photo of Karnataka: Seeta nadi Nature Camp by Manju Nath
Photo of Karnataka: Seeta nadi Nature Camp by Manju Nath
Photo of Karnataka: Seeta nadi Nature Camp by Manju Nath
Photo of Karnataka: Seeta nadi Nature Camp by Manju Nath
Photo of Karnataka: Seeta nadi Nature Camp by Manju Nath
Photo of Karnataka: Seeta nadi Nature Camp by Manju Nath
Photo of Karnataka: Seeta nadi Nature Camp by Manju Nath
Photo of Karnataka: Seeta nadi Nature Camp by Manju Nath
Photo of Karnataka: Seeta nadi Nature Camp by Manju Nath

After visiting many places in western ghats, Finally i have decided to plan an adventures trip in western ghats region and we came to know about this place from a friend of mine. what makes it more special is this place lies in the  heart of Western ghats and its located near Hebri 10 km's after Descending Agumbe Ghats.

I have Learned a great deal about the elusive wildlife in the depths of western Ghats , dense forests, waterfalls and water streams everywhere...as you already know agumbe receive heaviest rainfall after cheerapunji and also its famous for its glorious sunset point which attracts lots of people but unfortunately its impossible to experience that in monsoon. I never heard about 24 km rafting but it was really adventurous and thrilling ride in seeta Nadi.. descending agumbe Ghats in heavy rain has to be one of my craziest drive till date.I urge all adventurers to spend a weekend in rainforest to get real close to nature.. You will never ever forget this experience in your whole life... If you want to see some deadly King Cobra's Don't forget to visit the Agumbe rain forest research center.

Cost Breakdown.

2 Days 1 Night

Stay+Food+18kms Rafting+trek to nearest waterfalls

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