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Dubare Elephant Camp, Siddapura

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Dubare Elephant Camp allows you observe elephants from up close and learn how they behave in their natural habitat. Besides hitching a ride on one of these noble animals, you can also explore the surrounding forest on foot. Get you walking shoes on, pack enough food and water, and go on a trek through the moist deciduous trees. Many carnivores roam the area, including tigers, leopards, wild dogs, and crocodiles, so keep a watchful eye and take care of your party. For travelers who use our custom trip planner, Siddapura holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Dubare Elephant Camp and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • It is very popular place for elephant siting , especially you see elephant bathing here . we could not go because the boats were not operating due to the river water of cauvery had gone down  more »
  • This was our second trip to Dubare and it left us little disappointed. We reached around 4:30pm, the place was crowded. The boats/rafts are not working for water being low so we crossed it on foot...  more »
  • Kids enjoyed a lot here. You can see many elephants here. They bring elephants to river side for washing and drinking water. You have to cross the river to see elephants. Boating is also available, but it will be allowed only when the water flow is high. Crossing river is also an excitement and we enjoyed.
  • I've visited here many times. From schools days, college days, with family to recently with the colleagues. The nature is phenomenon. It's a elephant camp. Since I love animals, I didn't like to them here controlled by humans. I would have loved similar environment to what humans do for carnivores in a man made safari, at least. Hard to grasp to see might creatures with chains. What disgusted me was a man (mahout/keeper) riding on a less than a year old, baby elephant. I thought animals are atheists as I'm. Forcing them to pray to human god was not acceptable. Enjoying on the river by crossing it was fun. And they have rafting too. A best weekend or festive season getaway, If you're from nearby districts.
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