The Mystery Trail Camp is situated near Gopinatham, a quaint little hamlet on the border between Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Situated in the Cauvery Wildlife Sanctuary, the camp offers amazing vistas and opportunities to enjoy Nature at its best. Look in any direction and one can see a chain of hills. A waterbody adjoin the camp adds to the beauty of the place. During the monsoon these dry forests turn into a verdant green that is soothing to the eyes. Gopinatham Mystery Trail Camp is located near Gopinatham village. The camp is located at a distance of about 250 km from Bangalore. While you stay at the camp, explore the forest on foot. Visit the memorial of a celebrate forest officer who sacrificed his life while on the call of duty. Trek up to a vantage point to enjoy the uninterrupted vistas of the landscape. Visit the famed Hogenakkal falls the Niagra of India some 13 km. from the camp. The raw power of the water experienced while in a coracle promises to be with you for a long time.
Chamarajanagar or Chamarajanagara is the southernmost district in the state of Karnataka, India. It was carved out of the original larger Mysore District in 1998. Chamarajanagar town is the headquarters of this district. It is the third least populous district in Karnataka, after Kodagu and Bangalore Rural
Approved by Karnataka State Tourism Development Corporation. Tied up with Jungle Lodge and Resorts (Govt. of Karnataka undertaking)