Looking for monsoon adventures in Karnataka? Check out this list of adventures for the weekend of 9, 10, 11 August, 2019.

MONSOON TREKS IN KARNATAKA:
Kunti Betta trek (Multiple pick-up points in Bangalore): INR 1575 | 10 Aug
Skandagiri night trek (Multiple pick-up points in Bangalore): INR 1780 | 10 Aug
Hogenakkal waterfall trek (Multiple pick-up points in Bangalore): INR 1500 | 11 Aug
Makalidurga night trek (Meet at RR Nagar, Mysore Road): INR 1150 |  10 Aug
Sakleshpur 3 day trek (Multiple pick-up points in Bangalore): INR 3400 | 9 Aug
Skandagiri trek (Multiple pick-up points in Bangalore): INR 1150 |9 Aug
Kabbal Durga night trek (Multiple pick-up points in Bangalore): INR 1100 | 10 Aug

MONSOON SPECIAL ADVENTURES:
4 DAY HAMPI ADVENTURE: INR 4500
4 DAY KARWAR ADVENTURE: INR 5350
3 DAY KUDREMUKH ADVENTURE: INR 4300
3 DAY KUMARA PARVATHA ADVENTURE: INR 3300

OTHER ADVENTURES:
Manchanabele camp and kayak adventure: INR 2000
Devarayanadurga adventure stay: INR 2350
Sakleshpur adventure camp with cottage stay: INR 2800
Kodachadri trek ‘n’ kayak adventure: INR 3300
Savandurga cycling and kayaking adventure: INR 1550

If you live in Bangalore or anywhere in Karnataka, you’ll love this list of Top Treks Around Bangalore. There are some great options in the landscape around you – from rivers and lakes for kayaking, camping, and of course, super treks.

When you go trekking, you need to carry all your essentials with you. Check out our Packing List for Monsoon Treks before you head out. The Economic Times also has a great article about staying safe and healthy during your monsoon trek.

The monsoon is our favourite time of the year to go trekking in the Western Ghats! The landscape around is lush and spectacular, and the skies are always beautifully cloudy. Read about the other reasons why the monsoon is the best time for trekking in Sahyadris.

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Top reasons to go for a monsoon trek in the Sahyadris
What to pack for trekking in the Sahyadris
The top treks around Bangalore
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Why are the Western Ghats so cool?