2D1N Dudhsagar Waterfalls Trek from Bangalore
- Go on an exciting trekking expedition around the Dudhsagar Waterfalls and get great views of the landscape
- Marvel at the majestic four-tiered waterfall that’s been featured in famous movies such as “Chennai Express”
- Take the opportunity to go swimming and bathing in the pool and campsite located near the waterfall
- Explore and discover the wonders of the Bhagwan Mahaveer Wildlife Sanctuary and Mollem National Park
What to expect
Venture beyond the walls of Bangalore and escape the pressures of its bustling streets! Book through Klook and go on a thrilling 2-day and 1-night trekking expedition around the majestic Dudhsagar Waterfalls. This incredible four-tiered waterfall is found somewhere inside the Bhagwan Mahaveer Wildlife Sanctuary and Mollem National Park. On the first day of this exciting adventure, you’ll board a coach that’ll take you to Ramanagar where you’ll have breakfast in a hotel. There, you’ll also meet up with your guide. Once you’re done eating, you’ll be taken to Colem via jeep. From there, you’ll begin your trek and explore the lush green forests and meadows surrounding the falls. As you move along and cut through beautiful nature, you’ll discover a wide variety of fauna and flora calling the area their home. You’ll also get wonderful views of the land from breathtaking vantage points. You’ll even pass by an old railway track. Once you arrive near the falls, you’ll set up camp, feast on a scrumptious lunch, and roam around the area to see the falls from different heights and angles. At night, you’ll light a campfire (if the weather permits) and have some dinner while stargazing. After admiring the cosmic lights, you’ll retire into your tents. The next day, you’ll prepare to return to the basecamp. You’ll board the train and make your way back along the old railway. Upon returning, you’ll have breakfast at the camp, then make your way back to Colem via jeep, and then return to Bangalore via shuttle transfer. On your way back to the city, you can have lunch at your own expense. This activity is a must for those who want to see India’s natural wonders.