Travel to Bheemeshwari Fishing Camp for Burma Loops, Zip Line, Parallel Walks, Kayaking and More


Meandering through the woody landscape amidst the forests of Karnataka is the Cauvery – the most majestic and sacred river of South India. The river offers both adventure and opportunity for nature lovers. Nestled along this mighty river is the Bheemeshwari Adventure and Nature Camp, world-renowned as home to the great ‘Mahseer’ – the finest & the largest tropical sporting fish known to man. Tucked away from the milling crowds, yet close enough for you to reach, this camp offers a slice of nature that is entirely unique, one in which you can totally feel free!


In keeping with Jungle Lodges eco tourism philosophy, the Camp, overlooking the River Cauvery consists of just eight luxurious ethnic log-huts on stilts, blending beautifully with the jungle behind. On the riverbank are also eight well-furnished tented cottages (twin-bedded with attached bathrooms) for those who prefer a more closer-to-nature experience.We also have now 2 luxurious Cottages.

The best time to visit is just after the monsoon, between August and February, when the river is swollen and the forest and the surroundings are rich with green vegetation. This time is ideal for bird watchers too, as river terns, fishing eagles, wood peckers, king fishers, and plenty of other species flock here in large numbers. However, at other times water recedes to reveal wide sand banks where you could laze in the evenings or wade in the many lagoons created by the ebbing water. Summers (March – June) can be very warm, especially in the afternoons.


Bheemeshwari Adventure and Nature Camp

16th Sep to 15th Jun 2012

Accommodation  Foreigner (INR)        Indian (INR)

Loghut                        5,700.00                   4,050.00

Tented Cottage       5,700.00                   3,450.00

Cottage                      5,700.00                  4,350.00

Day Visit                  2,350.00                   1,300.00

Adventure Day Visit 2,750.00             1,700.00

Package Includes: Stay, Lunch, Dinner & Breakfast, Coracle ride, Burma Loop, Parallel Walk & Taxes. Adventure Activities at extra cost.


1. Tariffs are per person per night on twin-sharing basis.

2. Transfers to & from our resorts are not included in the tariff.

3. Single occupancy charges are applicable.

4. Tariff for Children (accompanying parents) between 5 and 12 years is 50%.

5. Tariff May be changed without prior basis.

Bookings made without payment , will be held purely on a tentative basis. Such blocked reservation will hold good for seven days, if its is less than 60 days from check-in date; three days, if it is less than 30 days from check-in date and one day, if it is less than seven days from check-in date.

Payment can be made in cash or by way of Demand Draft (DD) favouring .Jungle Lodges & Resorts Ltd. payable at Bangalore and courier the same to our office.

You may also do a money transfer to our Current Account

– ICICI Bank Account No. 000205015684 – IFSC Code ICIC 0000002

– HDFC Bank Account No. 00762050000434 – IFSC Code HDFC 0000076

in the name of Jungle Lodges & Resorts Ltd., Please email/fax the transaction details after the money transfer so it help them to track your payment.

Also accepts Cash / Debit / Credit card payment, when presented personally at the Head Office

For payments from abroad

Great Britain Pound £: You may remit through Swift account – SCBL GB2L XXX through Account No. 012495759 01 of State Bank of Mysore, M G Road Branch with Standard Chartered Bank, London (Swift Code SBMYINBBA006), to be further credited to Jungle Lodges & Resorts Ltd, Current Account No. 54047860948 and intimate the transaction details  simultaneously by fax or e-mail. Bank charges to be borne by the guest.

US Dollar $: You may remit through Swift account – CHAS US 33 through Account No. 001-1-406717 of H.D.F.C. Bank with Chase Manhattan Bank, New York (Swift Code HDFC IN BB), to be further credited to Jungle Lodges & Resorts Ltd, Current Account No. 00762050000434 and intimate the transaction details simultaneously by fax or e-mail. Bank charges to be borne by the guest.

Euro €: You may remit through Swift account – ABNADEFFXXX through Account No. 56-02-412/107 of State Bank of Mysore, M G Road Branch with ABN Amro Bank NV, Frankfurt (Swift Code SBMYINBBA006), to be further credited to Jungle Lodges & Resorts Ltd, Current Account No. 54047860948 and intimate the transaction details simultaneously by fax or e-mail. Bank charges to be borne by the guest. Alternatively, a pay Order, or Demand Draft can be sent  favouring .Jungle Lodges and Resorts Ltd. payable at Bangalore.


All requests for cancellations of confirmed bookings have to be received in writing at our office in Bangalore.

Cancellation charges:
1. 10% of the tariff, if two weeks before check in date.
2. 50% of the tariff, if less than two weeks before check-in-date.
3. No refund less than two working days before check-in-date (not inclusive of the check-in-date).


Bheemeshwari is located at a distance of 100 km from the tech city, Bangalore, down the Kanakpura – Kollegal Highway. You have to turn off at Halagur, and go down the Halagur – Muttatti road. On the way you will come across JLR’s Bheemeshwari Camp. This place is a retreat for those who want to enjoy the calm environs with a dash of adventure.


Day One

12 noon – Check-in

01.30 p.m – Lunch

04.00 p.m – Tea/Coffee

04.30 p.m – Coracle Ride

05.30 p.m – Burma Loop & Parallel Walk

07.30 p.m – Campfire and Barbecue

08.30 p.m – Dinner

Day Two

06.00 a.m – Wake-up call, tea/coffee

06.30 a.m – Guided trek / nature walk in the wildlife sanctuary

09.30 a.m – Breakfast

11.00 a.m – Checkout

Adventure Walks

Let’s get wild!

Feel the rush of adrenalin at the first-ever adventure multiplex at Jungles Lodges and Resorts, Bheemeshwari, situated on the pristine banks of the river Cauvery. Besides, it’s a great chance to commune with pure nature and take in the wilderness around you. Take back more than just great memories! Take back a whole new experience!

The Inca Walk [Burma Loops]

The idea of constructing rope bridges to cross high mountains occurred to the ancient Incas many hundred years ago. But for people like us today, whose walk is confined to walking across shopping malls, the walk across the rope bridge is a truly shaky experience. It takes more than bravery to traverse the swaying rope bridge. It takes guts!

The Commando Drop [Zip-Line]

The practice of dropping commandos by choppers in mission-critical areas is not new. They do it well because; they are trained to do it. But for us urban dwellers, the slide down a wildly swaying rope, forty feet above the ground, will not bring out fear. It will bring out the lord’s name!

The Mad Monkey Crawl [Parallel Walk]

Invented by our ancestors, over hundreds of years ago, to cross over from remote hilly villages to civilization, the simple two-rope bridge has done more than just connecting people. It has brought together civilisations. But for us people more accustomed to walking the pavements, the trip across the rope won’t evoke amity. It will evoke fear.


There are not too many things in the world that can evoke pure fear. But one of the things that can upset anyone’s fear quotient is Kayaking. Imagine the experience as you hurtle down roaring rapids at break-neck speed and snaking through rocks and boulders. For some of us who are only used to snaking through rush-hour traffic, it’s another kind of a rush!

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Posted on December 27, 2011, in Attractions, Travel and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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