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Thu, 29 Mar – Fri, 30 Mar (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
Kudremukh-Karkala Road, Kudremukha, Chikmagalur , 577142 | Show on Map
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Bhagwati Nature Camp is a camp hotel in Chikmagalur, offering free breakfast service. The property is within a range of 87 km from the Udupi Railway Station. The Kudremukh Wildlife Sanctuary is 14 km away from the accommodation.
Guests have the option to choose from its 2 well-kept tented cottages that are fitted with required conveniences.
Each cottage includes wake-up calls, welcome amenities, closet, toothbrush/razor on request and toiletries. Bhagwati Nature Camp provides parking facility and activities trekking, bird watching, jeep safari (Ganapathi Katte to Singsaar Road) and mountain bike to its visitors.
Furthermore, the hotel in Chikmagalur is inclusive of services like room service and medical service. The Mangalore Airport is 95 km away from the accommodation. Visitors can explore tourist spots like the Hanuman Gundi Falls (19 km) and Lakya Dam View Point (0.35 km).
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Price for 1 NightRs. 1,697
by Saroj Kumar M on December 26, 2017
I came to Bagavathi Nature camp for two nights. This is a wonderful queit place. The facilities are basic. The in charge Mr. Vijayanand is very caring person. He tries his best with limited facilities available there. Mr. Shanmugam is an excellent care taker. He has reasonably good knowledge of the birds. He is very helpful. The visiting naturalist Mr. Vijay is a good bird photographer and has good knowledge of local flora fauna. Food is basic but very tasty. Overall good place worth spending a week end.
by Sahadev k on November 4, 2017
I must admit I had my apprehensions before reaching the place. Friends who had visited the place 7-8 yrs back, did not have a pleasant stay. But when I reached the place, I was pleasantly surprised. 4 of us friends stayed at the dormitory which was decently maintained, restrooms could've been better since it's shared. There were total 14 beds in dormitory, best suitable for a group accomodation, also very affordable at approx 1300 includes meals and breakfasts. Apart from dormitory, 10 private tents are also available. Due to some maintenance work 5 were unavailable. The whole ambience of the camp is just right. Very calm and serene as the camp is located inside the forest area, so no loud music and camp fire. Still one can have a really good time being with nature. Staff are very helpful and well informed. They also organise treks and safaris with certain extra charges. If you're riding your better half (car/bike I mean), then do ride from the Nature Camp to Karkala. You will remember the ride for some time to come. One of the key necessity a traveller or a tourist expects from any place is food. If food is good then all else can be managed. Food here is up to the mark. Cook knows his stuff. Good breakfast and simple yet delicious lunch and dinner. With your all day trekking/riding/hiking/just playing in the river just behind the camp, trust me all you need to calm those muscles is some good simple food and hospitality. Being a nature camp they're placed under Jungle Lodges and Resorts, surprisingly they are open for honest feedbacks and are making great efforts to improve conditions. Do visit this place. You will not be disappointed.
by MaddyBala on August 20, 2017
I stayed at the Bhagavathi Nature Camp as part of my plan to explore the newer properties of the JLR. Bhagavathi was chosen to serve as the base for trekking expeditions to Kurinjaal and kudremukh peaks. Location: The camp is located on the banks of Bhadra very close to its starting point and set deep inside the woods from the main road. It is set in a beautiful location overlooking the amazing peaks and shola forests of the Kudremukh range. Accommodation: The tents don't show up for booking through the online portal and only the dormitory is available for booking online. 1. The place is a magnet for poorly behaved tourists. Despite being newly built, the dormitory has 2 tiny toilets and bathrooms and both are extremely cramped. 2. For ~15 beds, there are only 2 toilets!! 3. The tents were no better with fungus all over due to seepage and poor maintenance with stale air. 4. The crowd was behaving in a rowdy manner with shouting, loud music, people drinking and creating a ruckus violating all the rules of a protected reserve. The management was more interested in making a quick buck off the drunken revelers than catering to the JLR regulars who know how to behave and don't offer bribes etc. 5. The staff were more interested in playing volleyball than catering to guests and tried to skimp on providing evening snacks and had to be sternly reminded of their duty. 6. Despite a full crowd, the manager decided to leave for his home town (Manipal, if I recall correctly) and the rest of the staff couldn't care less about guest service! Treks: I decided not to take the Kudremukh trek and instead chose to trek to Kurinjaal peak. The staff accompanying us on the trek was polite, helpful and did his level best to make us enjoy. There was a minor scare when we almost trampled on a resting male gaur and it was the experience and quick thinking of the guide from the property that averted any untoward experience. The trail has snakes which are hard to spot in the leaf litter and would highly recommend wearing good quality shoes! The camp has a long way to go before it can become a decent property to stay. JLR officials need to make unannounced visits to monitor if the camp is run properly -particularly the habit of accommodating people who are more interested to booze inside a national park and create a ruckus which the management seems to engage very often in!
by bharath n on July 27, 2017
I travelled with 3 freinds to Kudremukh. We desperately wanted to stay somewhere in Kudremukh forest, we approached Bhagawati nature camp and Sarath(manager) helped us to find an accomodation in the Bhagawati nature camp which is in the midst of nature. The location is just awesome and also the staff over there is so friendly and pleasing to arrange whatever possible from them to you. Please make a note that AS they are in the forest they cannot provide comforts more than what is available there. This is the right place for people who wants to enjoy the nature and not the facilities provided by camp. Jungle lodges can renovate this to improve further. There is a stream at the end of the camp and that's the place where I spent my half of my time watching that natural beauty. This stream is really beautiful. Coming to food, they provide the basic food needed for the guests who stay there. If you want anything extra please talk to the staff in advance as they would try their best to provide that. Overall I enjoyed my stay there and I would like to thank Sarath, Ramesh and other staff over there. Also, you need to note that you won't find network to contact to external world so be prepared.
by Abishek R on July 11, 2017
The place is totally for nature lovers , you get disconneted with the city life , Mr.shanmugan , the care taker , had ensured there was issues that we faced , right from beverages to food , everything was just amazing , they are always at beck and call. there are certain glitch which can be managed which wont get into your way of enjoyment. There's no network , so communication with outside world is difficult , electricity is only through solar panels . advised to carry portable chargers and various other means of charging electronic gadget. There was various other facilities and they shall arrange , if required and must be requested few hours in advance. since its a goverment run camp. at the end of the camp , there's a river. The view is totally beautiful. had the opportunity to be woken up by fragile movement of a sambar deer (yes , its that silent) A MUST VISIT PLACE !!!!
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