Bheemeshwari is a small town that lies between the Shivasamudra falls and Mekedatu falls, on the Cauvery River in the Mandya district of Karnataka. It is a great spot for eco-tourism and is a natural habitat for the mahseer fish found in the waters of the Cauvery. The surrounding lush forest cover is home to many animas like elephants, wild boars, monkeys, jackals, crocodiles, otters, and leopards; as well as a variety of water birds like herons, ibis, cormorants and kingfisher. The presence of the River Cauvery has made Bheemeshwari a major fishing hub. Hoards of enthusiastic anglers throng here every year to try their luck at fishing. A number of fishing camps have sprouted here for catching the mahseer - the finest game fish in India. These camps provide comfortable tents equipped with all basic facilities like cots, mosquito nets, shower and toilet. Food is usually served in the open air common dining room. Nature
Bheemeshwari Quick facts
Bheemeshwari Geography and Climate
Climate - Weather in Bheemeshwari Wildlife Sanctuary very pleasany most of the time.
Best time to visit Bheemeshwari
Bheemeshwari to Bangalore: 100 km
How to reach Bheemeshwari by Road
How to reach Bheemeshwari by Rail
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How to reach Bheemeshwari by Air
The nearest airport is Bangalore.