Dubare Elephant Camp

3.0 / 5 Beaches, Hills Valleys

About Dubare Elephant Camp

Far From City: 19 kms from city center
Cost: About Dubare Elephant Camp Weather: Time Required:3 - 4 hrs Open Time:8:30 AM - 11 AM,4:30 PM - 5:30 PM Cost:Indians: INR 690 - INR 1330,Foreigners: INR 1467 - INR 2270

Ticket prices at Dubare Elephant Camp Entry Fee (Boat to Main Camp): INR 20, Day Visit (inclusive of camp activities, lunch, tea/coffee):Indians: INR 1310,Foreigners: INR 2250, Elephant Camp Activities:Indians: INR 670,Foreigners: INR 1447

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Best time to visit Dubare Elephant Camp Set in the idyllic hill station of Coorg, the site enjoys pleasant weather throughout the year. Monsoons may be a bit tricky to enjoy the camp to the fullest. However, the period after the monsoons i.e. September to March is the perfect time to plan a visit to this area.

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Where to Stay The Dubare Elephant Camp is run by Jungles Lodges and Resorts, who offer lovely options of staying at the camp itself. The charming town of Coorg, about 30 km away from here has many attractive lodging options which may suit the budget traveller's agenda. Activities in Dubare Elephant Camp Being an elephant camp, the most popular activity would be elephant riding, especially appealing to children of visiting families. One may also partake in various aspects of caring for and interacting with elephants such as feeding them produce like ragi, jaggery, and bananas, witnessing the bathing of the elephants as they enjoy the river, and watching oil being applied to their body and tusks to protect and enhance them. Apart from this, one can also engage in nature-related activities like bird watching and fishing or opt for adventure experiences like trekking, coracle rides and river rafting. Tips Dress in comfortable clothes. Avoid bright colours and stick to muted shades of green, black, grey and brown. Wear comfortable walking shoes as there is a lot of ground to cover. As you'll be spending a lot of time outdoors, bring a hat, sunscreen, sunglasses. Overnight visitors should carry torches and insect repellants. Avoid plastic as this is an eco-friendly area, and maintain the cleanliness of the surroundings.

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