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Activities In & Around

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Enjoy nature around

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Hike Around

Take a trek around the Kumbarahalli Estate through some of the most scenic spots in Karnataka. Sakaleshpur and Coorg has become a destination for avid trekkers. The Swarga resort organises treks on special request at a nominal charge. There are water cascades, mountain springs, natural rockslides and a rivulet at the base of the camp. Please make a request at the time of booking if you wish to trek or you can even trek through Kumbarahalli Estate and scale a series of hilltops. If you are not too eager on a long trek, do some short nature walks instead.

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Lake side bonfire

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Coffee Walk

A walk through the Coffee Plantation is an experience in itself. A coffee plantation usually combines coffee with pepper, cardamom, oranges and a variety of species of plants.

Take a walk in some of the best-maintained plantations. Have a cup of coffee with a planter and get a feel of the lives of Kumbarahalli's finest planters. Maybe, if they make a friend of you, you might even get to take a peek at their fascinating homes.

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Fishing

The most important activity here is the "Catch & Release" method of fishing or angling. Even if you are not an expert, try your hand at fishing guided by our staff.

Throw a lure, catch a fish at the lake. In addition to the Spice Tour and Trekking, special Camp activities along with lakeside bonfire in the evenings are also available for the guests.

Also take a small drive

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​Chennakeshava Temple,
85 km from Swarga

Chennakeshava Temple, also referred to as Keshava, Kesava or Vijayanarayana Temple of Belur, is a 12th-century Hindu temple in, Hassan district of Karnataka state, India. It was commissioned by King Vishnuvardhana in 1117 CE, on the banks of the Yagachi River in Belur also called Velapura, an early Hoysala Empire capital. The temple was built over three generations and took 103 years to finish. It was repeatedly damaged and plundered during wars, repeatedly rebuilt and repaired over its history. It is 85 km from Swarga and about 220 km from Bengaluru.

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Dharmasthala Temple
60 kms from Swarga

The town is known for its centuries old Dharmasthala Temple devoted to the Hindu god Manjunatha. There are other temples and shrines that are dedicated to Ammanavaru, Chandranath and the Dharma Daivas (guardian spirits of Dharma) — Kalarahu, Kalarkayi, Kumaraswamy and Kanyakumari. The temple is unusual in that it is a Hindu temple run by a Jain administration and poojas are conducted by Hindu priests who subscribe to the Vaishnava ideologies. Most Shiva temple are run by Shaivas as opposed to the Madhava Bhramins who are devotees of Vishnu and his avatars. On average the temple attracts around 10,000 pilgrims a day.

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Shravana Belagola
102 kms from Swargais

a well-known place of pilgrimage for the Jain community and is known world wide for the gigantic statue of Lord Gomateshwara standing at 58 feet in height and carved out of one single rock.

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Bisle ghat
32 kms from Swarga

The Bisle ghat is a stretch of forest that remains evergreen throughout the year. Winding roads take you through scenery that is breath taking and truly enchanting.

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Belur Golf Course
38 kms from Swarga

The Belur Golf Course is a 45-minute drive from the Swarga. The Nagarhole Sanctuary where a tiger conservation project is also close to the golf course.

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Manjarbad fort
18 kms from Swarga

Built by the legendary Tippu Sultan this fort stands at 3240 feet above sea level. The unique feature of this fort is that it is I the shape of an 8-point star. Its parapet was well provided with cannon mouths and musket holes.

Mr. Chirag Shambu
Coffee Planter, Kumbarahalli Estate Post,
Via Yeslur, Hassan District - 573 137, INDIA

Tel : +91 83174 67716

 

Mobile : +91 94480 54505

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