It is a popular fishing hub and an emerging eco-tourism initiative located between Mekedatu Falls and Shivanasamudra Falls on majestic River Cauery. It is a natural habitat of best game fishes called Mahseer of River Cauvery. It is also called ‘Angler’s Paradise’ as many fishing camps are developed. It is a picture perfect place surrounded by lush greenery and grand scenery which serves as natural habitat for several animals and birds. Apart from fishing, Trekking and boating, river rafting, coracle ride and jungle walk are the most fun filled and adventurous tourist activities in Bheemeshwari. It is saturated with sizzling waterfalls like Mekedatu, Gananachukki and Barachukki. It is a an excellent hang out for nature lovers and those who thrive for thrilling and adventures.
Places to visit
It is place of confluence of River Cauvery and Arkavathi. It is a natural habitat of Tigers, elephants, deers and many other animals. An ideal place for bird watching.
It is located closer to Bheemeshwari and a wonderful picnic spot to lost into grand landscapes and awe-inspiring nature surroudings.
Cauvery Fishing Camp
It is an amazing place for fishing and angling in Cauvery River. These camps provide tourist all basic amneties like food, water, mosquito net, etc. Mahseer gaming fishes are the top attraction.
It is a small village near to Bheemeshwari which houses numerous colorful birds. It is fantastic place to watch variety of local and migratory birds.
Bheemeshwari Wildlife sanctuary, Doddamkkali and Galibore are other popular places in Bheemeshwari.
How to reach Bheemeshwari
Bangalore international airport is 100 km from Bheemeshwari.
Bangalore Majestic railway station is the nearest railhead for Bheemeshwari, located at a distance of 100 km.
Numerous state run buses and private buses are providing an excellent road network for Bheemeshwari from all major and minor cities of Karnataka.
In summer 22-40°C and in winter 10-32°C. August to February is perfect time to visit Bheemeshwari.