“Happiness is only real when shared.” – Christopher McCandles
Agumbe, a tiny village nestled in the thick rainforests of Western Ghats in Karnataka is shy of 400 kms from Bangalore. It is one of the last surviving rainforests in India which receives an average of around 7,000mm of rainfall annually. Home to a variety of flora and fauna, it is best known for being the home of the Ophiophagus hannah or the King Cobra (colloquially known as Kālinga). Definitely for the junglees at heart, this biodiversity hotspot gives a sneak peek into the habitat and life of several insects, reptiles and amphibia.
This weekend we pack off into a forest (for real) and celebrate 10 years of our existence!
Not your jungle, if you:
Prefer city lights to nature
Are scared of insects, frogs or snakes
Wear dry-clean only clothes
Come off, if you:
You love an offbeat experience
Are kicked about being close to thousands of species of life
Want to embrace your wild side
Let’s go back to the start!
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