An escape from the busy daily life into exploring nature, experiencing adventure like never before through trekking, rappelling, kayaking, camping, bon fire, star gazing, bird watching, rope activities, desi games, indoor and outdoor activities.
Amidst the picturesque hill ranges, away from the wrath of city traffic, with a breath of fresh air, CC is a one stop destination for outbound training programs, team building activities, adventure sports, CSR programs and nature based learning.
What is included in the tour
- Welcome Drink
- Briefing of the campsite with break fast
- Ice breaker
- Short trek / Rappelling
- Archery shooting
- Rope activities (6 element)
What is NOT included in the tour
- Any meals/services not mentioned in the inclusions
- Any charges for video cameras, still cameras, etc.
- Alcohol, soft drinks, beverages, etc.
- Personal expenses like tips, telephone calls, laundry, etc.
- Any costs arising out of unforeseen circumstances like landslides, road blocks, bad weather, etc.
- Papagni Matha: One of the ancient and oldest Matha of Karnataka is Papagni Matha and is located at Skandagiri Hills. Special poojas are performed every Saturday.
- Gudibande : As the town lies in the south of a huge rocky hill with a temple is said to have got the name Gudibande. Gudibande is a 17th century fort built by local ruler Havali Byregowda. The Palegar's fort and its encampments on the hill top of Gudibande are now in ruins. There is the Rameshwara temple on the top of the hill. In the fort area, even today we can find many rocky passages, steps created on the rocks, water springs, storehouses for arms & ammunitions and storage cells for food grains. The big grinding stone used for preparation of gun powder can be seen even now. Gudibande offers Easy to moderate hiking opportunity. Beautiful views of the city and Byrasagara Lake below, along with cool breezes make Gudibande a sought after destination.
- Srinivasa Sagara: A beautiful lake near Chikkaballapur.
- Jakkalamadagu dam: A reservoir providing drinking water to Chikkaballapur.
- Gummanayaka Fort: This fort is situated 16 km east of Bagepalli, was founded around 1350 by a feudatory chieftain Gummanayaka and ruled for several years by him and his successors. Gummanayaka Fort which is within easy reach from Bagepalli has been a place of pilgrimage is remarkable for its greenery and scenic beauty. The fort walls are about 50 ft. high from the ground level.
- Chennakeshava Betta: 8 kms southwest of Chikkaballapur, Chennakeshava betta has a large cave temple and invites trekkers and adventure seekers. Rivers Uttara Pinakini and Dakshina Pinakini originate in Chennakeshava Betta.