Approximately 100 km far from Bangalore, a fascinating town by the name of Bheemeshwari is tucked in the middle of Barachukki and Gaganachukki and Mekedatu falls. Gushing waterfalls, meandering streams and pictorial landscape of Bheemeshwari take one deep into the heart of nature and mould him with tranquility and serenity. The place is an ideal gateway for nature lovers, photographers and amateur travelers. Bheemeshwari is a wonderful destination located at a distance of about 100 km from Bangalore located in the district of Mandya. The waterfalls such as Barachukki, Gaganachukki and Mekedatu are all situated in Bheemeshwari. It is a perfect destination for nature lovers to enjoy and have fun savoring the cherished beauties of nature. The picturesque views that can be seen during the sunrises and sunsets can enrich and rejuvenate the soul of the tourists. The loveliness of the place compels tourists to gaze at the amazing craftsmanship of nature for hours and hours and spend lots of time appreciating the unmolested freshness of this place. Apart from nature lovers, this place is also a perfect destination for adventure seekers. The popular adventurous activities that can be experienced at this place are excellent trekking and fishing. All these activities make for a wonderful and exciting trip that compels tourists to have fun and enjoy to their fullest.


Summer season sets in the month of March. Till the month of May, the hot climate remains as it is. The average temperature recorded at this place varies between 22°C and 40°C.

The monsoon season starts from the month of June and comes with the heavy rainfall. The monsoon remains as it is till the month of October. The continuous heavy rainfalls keep the weather quite cool and amazing. During the monsoon season the beauty of the place gets enhanced and it compels people to have lots of fun and enjoy themselves thoroughly.

The winter season arrives in the month of November and lasts till the month of February. The highest temperature during winters goes down to 32°C. The minimum temperature of the place recorded is about 10°C. The cool climate prevailing during winters encourage the tourists to explore the blessed beauty in a relaxed manner.

The best time to visit Bheemeshwari is any time of the year.

How to Reach

The nearby airport to Bheemeshwari is Bangalore International Airport. This airport is located at a distance of 100 km.

The nearest major railway station to Bheemeshwari is also Bangalore. This railhead is well connected with all major cities and towns.

Key attractions/Sightseeing

Boat Rides: The presence of many pristine water bodies makes Bheemeshwari a perfect location for a lazy boat ride. Out of many such water bodies, Cauvery River is best the best option for the ride. As the river water flows along a path bordered by green forests and colorful landscape, passengers in the boat get a chance to spot variety of birds and animals in the region. As the tiny boat cruises along the river, cool water beneath and pleasant breeze above create a heavenly milieu for a romantic outing or a leisure escape.

Doddamakkali Nature Camp: Doddamakkali Nature Camp is another touring destination where tourists have a remarkable experience. The flowing water and isolated area around the place compel tourists to go ahead with trekking and experience lots of fun. There are few camps located at the place that leave travelers spellbound and also allows them to experience fishing activity. The blessed beauty of the place makes tourists feel rejuvenated.

Cauvery Fishing Camp: Cauvery Fishing Camp is another Bheemeshwari attraction where adventure seekers love to have lots of fun and explore the beauty as well. This is a perfect place where people can have fun by enjoying the fishing experience first-hand. Early mornings are the best time to experience this activity and it is a great hit with tourists.

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