Beautiful picnic trekking spot near Belgaum Nersa and Godholi

11:08 AM Posted by ukmad


In my constant endeavor to give readers information, which others do not, here is another effort on the same lines.

 Belgaum is situated very near to nature and many spots near about 40 kms from the city are unknown to many and undiscovered. 

Here is one great spot. 

This is the beautiful picnic / trekking spot.

 Nersa

 

A veiw at Nersa
A veiw at Nersa















Calm and refreshing
Calm and refreshing













Some adventure over a wooden bridge
Some adventure over a wooden bridge

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Crystal clear water
Crystal clear water

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It is just 40 kms. Away from Belgaum and 15 kms from Khanapur.

This is MANDAVI River, which flows to Goa. This Place is after Nersa, which is 15 kms away from Khanapur.

 How to reach there:

 40 kms from Belgaum 15 kms from Khanapur.

 After Khanapur, take a right turn. Lot of banana plantation is going on due to ample water availability. You can park your vehicle just after Nersa and either go walking or take a vehicle from Nersa because road condition is worst.

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WOW looks like Kerala Back waters
WOW looks like Kerala Back waters
Local Tempos will ferry you across like this
Local Tempos will ferry you across like this

 There are locals there who can help you get vehicles, to be on the safer side it is suggested to do a pilot trip first and then one could go along with a huge group. You won’t get anything to eat so take along all your food and water, if you want go there cook you can do that also.

 The best time to go there would be after the rains, all the photos were taken on 14th June, 2009 so you can see crystal clear water there for all to indulge into. As there is no road it is best to go after the rains.

 

 Godholi:

 Hill station like atmosphere at Godholi. This place is 15 kms from Nersa.

a view at Godholi
a view at Godholi
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You reach to Godholi, which is just like a Matheran, a beautiful hill station. There is a table top before Godholi where one can halt for a night. There are no resorts as yet all is in nature’s best way. You can do a campfire, but I would suggest a day out trip to be on a safer side.

 

Thanks Vijay Bhagwat

Photos: Vijay Bhagwat


2 comments:

  1. Anonymous said...

    Basically i am from Belgaum, this is the first time i am hearing these place names. The place seems to worderful and i am planning visite soon.

  2. Anonymous said...

    I have done about 3 or 4 treks with Infinity Adventures of Belgaum in these regions. They really organise trekking camps it finely and know the area perfectly. Sanjay Javalkar is the man to be contacted on 9901498878. Or you can simple get their where about by searching in Google - the way I found them

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