When the gang asked us if we can make a new year’s eve memorable at Uttara Kannada, it was a challenge of sorts for us. Not withstanding how new year’s eve party’s are held in the city:( how would one make such a thing memorable in a eco location like Uttara Kannada, in a eco friendly fashion by a eco tourism firm, for the CITY crowd.
A challenge indeed:)
Mid July is perhaps the best time to visit the Western Ghats, especially if one likes rains. The emerald green sights wherever one turns is mesmerizing. Some of the VOF gang planned the next preparatory trek in this region.
The plan was to arrive in to Suragi/Kedige by car and then make it to as many waterfalls as we could manage in 2 days. And we did manage to squeeze in 4 different waterfalls and 3 beaches added to the mix.
It was a late evening on a summer day in April, when my wife insisted we visit a near by beach location, other than our own. A very good suggestion indeed and I did jump at the idea of making that drive, in a brand new KUV 100 that was new in to the family.
So I set out with the Car and lo and behold, wife lugged in other family members to join us:) A good test for the marketing message of the vehicle. We did manage to get all 7 in to the vehicle and head out, south, towards a new location we had just heard of – Pavinkurve Hanging Bridge.