In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks
– John Muir

The quiet stillness engulfs you along narrow trails exploring unperturbed nature. Remember to pack a pair of your most comfortable shoes on your hidden adventure or a hardy set of gumboots for a glorious upscale trek in the rain.

The Red Robin Trail

Prepare yourself for a tedious mountain trek through the silver trees where the jungle canopies guide you up to gorgeous waterfalls. Keep an eye out for the local Sambar Deer around the ancestral tombs where salt deposits run high.

The Green Pepper Pod Trail

This paradise walk is best suited for new travellers. Be sure to look for large flying squirrels and many a migratory bird. Our exuberant guide Vijay, will charm you with his localized Shakespearean demeanor.

The Wanderlust trail

This trail is for the dreamer. A medium paced trek by the stream with a picnic basket on request. This walk to the reservoir and up the tree bark bridges will assure a well-earned afternoon sleep.

for beyond the estate:

Bhadra Tiger Reserve

Along the banks of the Bhadra reservoir this natural environment is home to many an animal and over 23 tigers. An hour’s drive down to the gates of the reserve, where the government officials will lead you in. Need we say more ?

The Sakrebailu Aane Camp
(Elephant camp)

For those of you who would love to be in sync with nature this is a chance to bathe orphaned elephants at this government lead project. An hour’s drive away, this experience offers you the opportunity to realize why these animals are indeed the most mystic creatures that live today.