Tourists throng Dubare

Tourists throng Dubare

People engaged in river rafting in river Cauvery near Dubare. DH PHOTO

The beautiful landscape and the cool breeze makes the place a hotspot of adventure sports. Even though the water-level reduces in summer, the river rafting is still possible with the available water.

From the past one week, the increase in people made the authorities to keep Rs 100 entrance fee for the water sports.

A mechanical boat was also kept for people who wanted to see the beautiful landscape. The place attracts a lot of foreign tourists and people from different places of the country also visit the place.

During rainy season to reach 12.5 kilometres with river rafting, one has to pay Rs 1,000 and to reach 7 kilometer one has to pay Rs 600. Safety jackets and equipment will be given to the adventurous, said Dubare River Adventures President Murali Madhayya.

As the schools and colleges will commence, visitors had come to enjoy the last few days of their vacation. During rainy season the number reduces drastically.

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