Hemmadaga Nature Camp is situated in the Bhimgad Wildlife Sanctuary. It is located some 47 km from Belgaum and 22 km. from Khanapur. After driving on roads flanked by lovely forests you reach the Hemmadaga Nature Camp, also situated in the midst of lush green forests. The camp offers opportunities to enjoy Nature in a variety of ways. Look up into the canopy of tall trees to get a glimpse of some birds as you indulge in some birdwatching as you explore the forest on foot, follow butterflies to photograph as they settle briefly or simply relax in the shade of your tent and gaze at the greenery around or you could simply sit under the shade of cashew trees and read your favorite book as you enjoy the serenity. Be woken up to the fluty songs of the Yellowbrowed Bulbuls and a whole lot of other forest birds that follow as the day brightens. Barring peak summer, when it can be warm and humid, Hemmadaga Nature Camp is worth visiting through the year with each season having something different on offer.The best period to visit the Mystery Trail Camp is during the monsoon while Hogenakkal falls is best enjoyed post monsoon.
Belgaum (or Belagavi) is a city in the southwest Indian state of Karnataka. Circled by a moat, the large Belgaum Fort contains centuries-old mosques and the Kamal Basti, a Jain temple. In the city center, the domed, 1950s Mahadev Temple sits in a park. The ancient Kapileshwara Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Northwest is the pink-stone St. Mary’s Church, with carved Gothic arches and a teak-and-marble altar.
Approved by Karnataka State Tourism Development Corporation. Tied up with Jungle Lodge and Resorts (Govt. of Karnataka undertaking)