Three day Aqua camp at Sharavathi valley and Rafting at Sitha Nadi - [9th - 10th - 11th August 2013] - Registrations are On

The Sharavathi Valley:- The Sharavathi river valley nestled in the central Western Ghats, Shimoga district has been an ecological paradise. The Sharavathi River, rising at Ambuthirtha in Thirthahalli taluk flows north-west and drops down in the Ghats at the world famous Jog falls. The Sharavathi Valley is home for many waterfalls and to some of the beautiful streams. The valley is evergreen to semi-evergreen forest along with moist deciduous type of forests that dominate the entire basin along with scrub savannah, grasslands, marshy areas and plantation of acacia, cash crops like areca and rubber providing diverse niches for a variety of taxa. Rare evergreen species such as Dipterocarpus, Syzygium, Cinnamon, Diospyros, Aglaia, endemic Palms along with the globally endangered Myrist-icasps makes this an ecologically sensitive region to be conserved and not marketed

Sharavathi Backwater: - Sharavathi backwater is about 60 KM in length and about 15 KM wide. It became backwater when dam was constructed at Linganamakki of Sagara taluk in Shivamogga (Shimoga) district to the river Sharavathi. This backwater has created lots of islands, it is so great to explore all these, where thick vegetation still exist and lot of wild life in it including some rare birds.


Sitha Nadi: Agumbe is a village located in the Shimoga district in the state of Karnataka, Agumbe is among the places in India that receive very heavy rainfall earning it the sobriquet, "Cherrapunji of the South". It is also the home of the Agumbe Rainforest Research Station, the only permanent rainforest research station in India. The renowned herpetologist, Romulus Whitaker called Agumbe the capital of King Cobra. n area near Agumbe has been converted into a protected area for Medicinal Plants to help in their conservation.

Agumbe is known as the Chirapunji of the south because of its heavy monsoon rains and rafting on Sita river was a mind blowing experience.


Difficulty level  Easy
Approx Temperature  Max 20-30 degrees C
Accommodation type Tented accommodation
Washrooms Only at base camp
Food Basic Veg food
Transport Non-A/C, Video-coach, Push back bus
Distance from Bangalore 420 to 440 kms (approx - one way)
Total trekking distance 5 kms (total)
Attraction  Veegi waterfalls

Tentative Schedule:

Thursday       8th August 2013
09:30 PM       Start from wind tunnel road.
09:45PM        Shanthi sagar hotel (Domlur)
10:00PM        PM 
Assemble at Lifestyle - Margrath Road (Near Garuda Mall)
Friday             9th August 2013
08:00am        Reach Sharavathi Valley
09:00AM        Have Breakfast
10:00AM        Start Aqua sports briefing and activities
02:00pm        Have lunch, Relax, Continue Aqua sports activities like coracle, kayaking, Rafting.
06:00pm        Tea/coffee, snacks,
07:00PM        Campfire,
09:00PM        Dinner.
Saturday      10th August 2013
07:00am       Get up and freshen up.
08:00AM       Have Breakfast & Start trekking
01:00pm       Have lunch on the way, play in waterfall etc
05:00pm       Go to back to Island,
06:00Pm       Tea/coffee and snacks.
09:00PM       Dinner.
Sunday        11th August 2013
07:30am       Have breakfast
08:00AM       Leave for Rafting
11:00am       Reach to Rafting place,
11:30am       Start Rafting.
01:30pm       Finish Rafting .
02:00PM       Start Back to Bangalore
11:00PM       Reach Bangalore.

Things to carry:
- Personal medication (if any)
- Strong backpack.
- An extra pair of socks, under garments, T-Shirt.
- Some tissue/toilet paper
- Toothbrush & toothpaste, towel, liquid soap.
- Water bottles (at least 2 liters of water)
- A torch with new batteries. (must in case of emergency)
- Energy Food (Chocolate bars, flavored milk, Electrolyte drinks - Glucon-D, etc).
- Sunglasses, Sunscreen.
Garbage bag to collect any litter we may create (or other people have created).
- Camera.
- Rain jacket
- Moov spray


Read our Things to Carry page and make your best judgment on packing your backpack

Read our Cancellation Policy, just in case you have to cancel participation
Read our Refund Policy, in case we are forced to cancel this event.

Important points to be noted before registering

Participation Fees: Rs.5000.00

Above charges include:
Transportation, Tented Accommodation, Food (3 breakfasts,2 lunches, 2 Dinners), aqua sports at sharavathi valley, white water rafting at Sitha nadi, Camp site facilities,
Above charges do not include: Snacks or any other food on the way back to Bangalore, lunch
on the way back to Bangalore.

Note: Please send scanned copy of your Photo ID Card. Its MUST for availing forest department permission

Payment options:
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For any clarification email us at [email protected] or call on 9611102222

BMC Office Address :
No. 1651 , 10th Main, HAL 3rd Stage, 
Jeevanbeema Nagar , Banglore-560075

Please transfer the Participation fees before you register

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