Narasimhaparvatha Rain Forest Trek

Narasimha Parvatha, Agumbe, Karnataka, India
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2 Days 1 Night

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

32 people


English, Hindi, Kannada

Narasimhaparvatha Rain Forest Trek difficulty – Moderate to difficult
Narasimhaparvatha Rain Forest Trek distance – 22kms approximately
Accommodation – Homestay Or tents shared (boys and girls separate)
Distance from Bangalore – 370 kms (one way)

Agumbe is a high-altitude village in the southwest Indian state of Karnataka. Surrounded by the Western Ghats mountains and lush rainforest, it’s known for its many waterfalls, such as Onake Abbi, Bakarna and Jogi Gundi falls. Owing to its high rainfall, it has received the epithet of “The Cherrapunji of South India”, after Cherrapunji, it is one of the rainiest places in India.
Located amidst such beauty at a height of 3800ft, is the tallest peak of Agumbe- “Narasimha Parvatha”. The trek begins from Malandur village.
Continue on the trek to witness the marvel of Barkana falls. It gives you a once in a lifetime opportunity to see a waterfall both from below and from it’s point of origin. Water falls from a height of 2200ft that makes it one among the 10 largest waterfalls in India.
We begin the descent towards Kigga, where you will reach Rishyashringa temple. It takes about 2-3 hours to reach Kigga.
Narasimha Parvatha often called as Agumbe is known to be the land of snakes and is one of the most famous Western Ghats treks in Karnataka. It is also called heaven for the wildlife photographers who are interested in snakes photography.

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Day 1

Following are the pick-up points & timings in Bangalore on Friday Night:

  • Karachi Bakery - Indiranagar @ 7.30PM
  • Domlur Sky Walk - Domlur @ 7.45PM
  • Yeswantpur metro station towards Tumkur @ 9.00PM
  • People Tree Hospitals-Gorguntepalya @ 09.15pm

Day 2

  • 7:00am - Reach home stay, freshen up and have breakfast.
  • 8:30am Start trek to Narasimha Narasimha Parvatha
  • 1:00Pm packaged lunch at the peak
  • 5:00Pm back to base.
  • 6:30Pm back to homestay
  • 8:30Pm Dinner, camp fire and team building activities (If weather permits).
  • 9:30Pm rest for the day. Note - Campfire only if the weather permits.

Day 3

  • 5:00am wake up and freshen up.
  • 5:30am Drive to Kundadri hills to witness sunrise.
  • 9:30am back to homestay and breakfast.
  • 11:00 am check out from homestay.
  • 12:30pm Self sponsored Lunch
  • 1:00pm Visit to Kudlu theertha waterfalls
  • 4:00pm Visit to Malgudi museum
  • 7:30pm visit to Sringeri temple
  • 8:00 pm Dinner at Sringeri temple
  • 9:30 pm Journey back to Bengaluru

Day 4

  • 5:00am Reach Bengaluru.

  • Non Ac transportation
  • 2 breakfast / 1 packed lunch / 1 dinner
  • Trek leader from Native Trekking
  • Sightseeing
  • Forest entry charges
  • Anything that is not mentioned.
  • Lunch and Dinner on Sunday.


Tour's Location

Narasimha Parvatha, Agumbe, Karnataka, India

What is the Narasimhaparvatha Rain Forest Trek?

The Narasimhaparvatha Rain Forest Trek is a challenging trekking route located in the Western Ghats of Karnataka, India. It leads to the summit of Narasimha Parvatha, also known as Brahmagiri, offering trekkers an opportunity to explore dense rainforests, diverse flora, and stunning panoramic views.

Where is the Narasimhaparvatha Rain Forest Trek located?

The trek begins near the village of Kallalli in the Coorg (Kodagu) district of Karnataka, India, and leads to the Narasimha Parvatha peak in the Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary.

How difficult is the Narasimhaparvatha Rain Forest Trek?

The Narasimhaparvatha Rain Forest Trek is considered challenging due to its steep ascents and descents, dense vegetation, and rugged terrain. It requires a good level of fitness and stamina, as well as prior trekking experience.

How will I be communicated with once the payment is done?

You’ll be added to a WhatsApp group a day or two before your trip date, where all the last-minute details are shared.

Is it safe for females and solo travellers?

Women/girls safety and security is very important to us. Therefore, it is totally safe for Women/girls to go on tour and travel. Our  trek leaders accompany the group at all times. They provide constant support and direction to the group. Our campsites are safe and secure. They provide a safe place to stay. Our trip leaders frequently accompany the group on our trips.

Yes, solo travellers are welcome on our adventures. The best part of solo travel is the opportunity to meet people from all walks of life. As the trip progresses, strangers become friends, creating a sense of community. That’s why we invite you to join us on our adventures.


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