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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Had been to this place with my wife and 2 kids. Did stay for 2N/3D. Place is very badly maintained. Rooms are very dirty. Bathroom was very unhygienic. Looks like they don't clean at all. Snails, frogs, insects were regular visitors to the bathroom. Food was simple. Needs improvement in this section as well. No proper lighting to walk back...

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Thank Mahesha K
Bengaluru, India
Reviewed 8 September 2016

Seethanadhi Nature Camp (which is now managed by the Jungle Lodges & Resorts) is one of the finest jungle caps in western ghats. This place is perfect for those who seek silence and tranquility with no mobile phones disturbing them. The camp is full of colorful birds such as Trogans, Kingfishers, Flycatchers and Barbets- to name a few. Also this...

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1Thank Cks3976
New Delhi, India
Reviewed 28 April 2016 via mobile

The place is averagely maintained with not much activities to do. It's OK for a small stay away from city in midst of forest. Weather to be taken into account while visiting. We visited in April when it was too hot. Right time to visit is Sep-Feb. With kids you cannot go for long trekking.

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Thank Rajat84
Bangalore, India
Reviewed 27 March 2016

The place is beautiful and an excellent place to relax. I was a quite lucky to have the entire camp for myself when i stayed here for a night. Did not have access to food though(the staff told me that they need more guests to run the kitchen). Since i had travelled in a car, i could reach Hebri in...

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Thank Indian_Roller
Bengaluru (Bangalore)
Reviewed 20 December 2015 via mobile

The camp is practically in the middle of a jungle. Lots of trekking trails nearby. Food is average, the accommodation is pleasant, however the environment is awesome and there is a beautiful river close by. Mobile phone reception is minimal(it actually felt good).

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1Thank Dipankar B
Bengaluru, India
Reviewed 5 August 2015

This is a good and silent place where one can spend the weekend away from the city. Rafting is open only in monsoon season, though the rapids are level-2 mostly the guides were friendly and extract the maximum adventure out of the rapids present there.

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2Thank sreenivasa s
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Reviewed 18 June 2015

The facilities are basic, but adequate. The forest more than makes up for any inconvenience. The amount of life (birds, reptiles and amphibians) in this place is amazing. I woke up to find hornbills in front of my tent every day. As there is a kitchen and a cook inside the facility, you can spend your entire time inside the...

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3Thank Krishnapriya
Bangalore, Karnataka, India
Reviewed 8 April 2015

Recently visited Seethanadi nature camp which is located around 75 km from Kudremukh and around 40 km from Udupi. We were quite tired after our long journey from Bangalore, but once we reached this place all our fatigue and weariness disappeared. It's an awesome place to sit back and relax amidst nature which has everything to offer in its campus....

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5Thank Sarang138
Manipal, India
Reviewed 5 February 2013

This is one of the unexplored area around Udupi locality. Hardly 40-50km from Udupi and has quiet reserve forest. Owned by the Government of Karnataka, there are rules which travelers should follow. Calm river flows in the venue. Accommodation is average but overall the place is very good for family and friends outing. They serve food also. They've dormitary for...

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Address: Kudremukh Wildlife Division | Seethanadi, Hebri Village, Udupi 576112, India
Region: India > Karnataka > Udupi
Price Range: £35 - £36 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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“Carry Leach Socks if you are travelling here in monsoon and planning to Trek. Also do not forget to take a Camera”
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