A sparkling past nestled in its forests and wildlife and an equally vibrant present interacting with the elephants and a number of adventure activities, Dubare is an experience you don't get to witness everyday.
Dubare is an untamed beauty, popular for its elephant training camp where visitors can watch, learn about and get involved in a number of activities with the elephants creating a unique, enjoyable and memorable experience. It hilly terrain, backwaters are also the host of number of activities such as trekking, fishing and rafting.
Certain areas within the forest have residential cottages provided by the forest department.
Extremely picturesque and refreshing. A perfect weekend getaway. The Elephant Camps make it a unique destination.
Poor roads in few areas. The local transportation is not very well developed.
Located in the moist deciduous region of Karnataka, Dubare is popular among nature lovers and adventure lovers. It is a perfect weekend getaway for the people living in and around Karnataka.
Day 1: Start your trip with an elephant ride in the forests of Dubare. You can indulge in various activities offered in the Dubare Elephant Camps. Enjoy bird watching in the region.
Day 2: Rejuvenate yourself at Nisargadhama.
Located on the banks of the river Kaveri, Dubare is well known for its elephant camps which trained elephants for the royal Mysore Dussehra. Nestled in the thick, moist deciduous forests of Karnataka, Dubare offers a myriad of treats to nature lovers. Popular for the varied population of birds in the area, Dubare is a major attraction for bird watchers. The mysterious and serene ambience also makes it an ideal spot for trekking, fishing and river rafting.
There are limited options for food here and the most convenient choice for food and variety of cuisines are the resorts, hotels and lodges. These will serve both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food as well as authentic and delicious South-Indian dishes. One might find here local delicacies like Dosa, Bisi Bele Bath, Akki Roti, Jolada Roti, Idli, Vada, Sambhar, Kesari Bath, Ragi Mudde, Uppittu, Vangi Bath and traditional and local sweets like Mysore pak, Chiroti etc .