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This ride involves smooth roads and easy-to-access facilities
This ride involves some tight corners and narrow roads.
This ride has tight corners, two-lane roads, and some off-road sections.
Highway - Majority of the ride is via state and national highways
Night Halts - This ride involves a night stay and the return journey will begin on the next day
Off Roads - This ride involves jungles, river crossings and mountainous sections
Return - This is a one day ride and you can be back by noon or evening.
Beginner If you have upto 10000km of riding experience, and if you have been on less than 3 rides
Moderate - If you have more than 20000km of riding experience, and have done at least 5 rides.
Professional - If you have more than 40000km of riding experience and have done more than 5 rides.
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This unmissable landmark, also your suggested start point, has 4 gates, and the West Gate is where you should assemble with your crew. With the chirp of birds and the early morning dew, let the ride begin. You need to get to the Krishna Rao road,which is one of the finest leading out of Bangalore.
Past the Professor BS Madhava Rao circle, you arrive at the beautiful river town of Kanakapura. A famous eco-tourism hotspot , the roads get even better from here, because now you will be riding along the NH948, one of the best in the country. Do visit the strange rock formations at Mekedatu, if you can.
The road from Kanakapura narrows slightly, as it nears the banks of the Kaveri River. The Kaveri(Cauveri) delta starts from Sathanuru, which also means that the roads get twistier than usual. Corners! Yes, bikers can have the most fun here. So tighten those gloves and enjoy the leans.
This area is part of the Cauveri Wildlife Sanctuary and is home to some of the most endangered species of birds and plants in the world. At Hagadur, we suggest you take a short detour to the Basavana Betta Forest camp.. No littering here, as the forest rangers here are very strict.
Muthathi is said to have been a part of Hindu Mythology. This is why this place is most famous for its notorious monkeys. Do not, we repeat, do not anger them, or else you will be in serious trouble. The place is very beautiful otherwise, with the Cauveri being at its closest point to land here. Once you are done visiting the majestic Chunchi falls, you can have lunch at one of the many home-stays around here.
After having your fill at Muthathi, the journey towards Bheemeshwari is where the fun actually begins. You definitely have to visit the Bheemeshwari Jungle Camp, because it will offer you a never-before-seen insight into nature. Fishing camps, treks, white water rafting, coracle rides, kayaking, rappelling, and more are on offer for those looking to test the limits of their courage. If you are lucky, you can actually enjoy a campfire dinner at one of the many riverside lodges here.
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