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Eight tamed elephants shifted from Aane Mane Foundation to Rampura Camp
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Eight tamed elephants shifted from Aane Mane Foundation to Rampura Camp

December 17, 2021

Kushalnagar: Eight tamed elephants belonging to conservationist and wildlife researcher Prajna Chowta of Aane Mane Foundation near Dubare have been shifted to Rampura Elephant Camp in Bandipur by the Forest Department. Prajna Chowta, Co-Founder of Aane Mane Foundation,  had taken permission from the Government to study elephants closely to enable their and their habitat conservation….

Another rule enforcer turns rule breaker !
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Another rule enforcer turns rule breaker !

August 10, 2021

Kodagu Assistant Commissioner paddles into troubled waters after going rafting with family when rafting is banned Kushalnagar: Close on the heels of Mandya Tahsildar Chandrashekar S. Gali hosting a big fat birthday party for his son on Aug. 4 night at KRS, breaking the COVID protocol, now, another officer, who is supposed to be a…

No rafting, no visits to Dubare Elephant Camp in Kodagu
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No rafting, no visits to Dubare Elephant Camp in Kodagu

July 30, 2021

Tourists disappointed; hub of tourism wears a deserted look Kushalnagar: With no river rafting and with the famed Elephant Camp closed, Dubare, the main tourist attraction in Kodagu, is a deserted area now. Thousands of tourists mainly crowd Dubare due to the elephant camp and adventure rafting.  Rafting had resumed 10 days back after fresh…

Dubare hanging bridge project shelved
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Dubare hanging bridge project shelved

July 30, 2021

Kushalnagar: The Kodagu District Administration has shelved the ambitious project of constructing a hanging bridge at Dubare that was originally planned to be 110 metres in length and having a width of 1.8 metres. The funds that were sanctioned for the project have been withdrawn and it has been used for COVID relief. The proposal…

Tourists head towards Kodagu for year end holiday
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Tourists head towards Kodagu for year end holiday

December 26, 2020

Heavy rush at Dubare, Nisargadhama Hotels, resorts report full occupancy Kushalnagar: Craving for a break and a year-end trip, several tourists from Mysuru and Bengaluru are heading towards Kodagu to celebrate Christmas and New Year. Hotels and resorts have reported full occupancy while tourist destinations are seeing heavy footfalls — the first after the emergence…

River rafting resumes at Dubare
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River rafting resumes at Dubare

December 14, 2020

Popular tourist activity was closed since March following COVID outbreak  Kushalnagar: River rafting, a popular activity among tourists coming to Dubare near Kushalnagar in Kodagu, has resumed after a long break. This comes in the wake of Deputy Commissioner Annies Kanmani Joy permitting operators to resume rafting after stringently following COVID precautions.  The activity began…

River rafting to resume at Dubare
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River rafting to resume at Dubare

November 30, 2020

Madikeri: In a move that could bring cheers to river rafting enthusiasts, Kodagu Deputy Commissioner Annies Kanmani Joy has permitted resumption of river rafting at Dubare near Kushalnagar. The DC who chaired a meeting of River Rafting Management and Monitoring Committee at her office here recently, said that river rafting at Dubare will be allowed…

Tourist spot Dubare to get 110-metre-long hanging bridge
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Tourist spot Dubare to get 110-metre-long hanging bridge

November 26, 2020

Hanging Bridges of Kodagu: Reality Check – 1 Kushalnagar:  The tourist spot of Dubare in Kodagu district, famed for its elephant camp and a wide and turbulent River Cauvery, will soon get a hanging bridge. The suspension bridge will be 110 metres in length and will have a width of 1.8 metres.  The proposal has…

Two students drown in River Cauvery at Dubare
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Two students drown in River Cauvery at Dubare

March 5, 2020

Kushalnagar:  Two students, who were part of a Scouts and Guides tour of a school, drowned in Cauvery River at Dubare Elephant Camp in Kodagu district yesterday. The children who lost their lives were 14-year-old Kodengada Shreyas Chengappa of Kanoor village and 15-year-old Madira Lenin Bopanna of Hysodlur village, students of Lions School at Kalathmadu…

Tusker ‘Karthik’ dies of bee attack at Dubare
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Tusker ‘Karthik’ dies of bee attack at Dubare

February 1, 2019

Elephant skin not so thick after all… Kushalnagar:  Karthik, a nine-year-old male elephant at Dubare Elephant Camp in Kushalnagar, which had mauled two mahouts to death last year, is dead. Karthik, the calf of elephant ‘Vijaya’ of the camp, had killed Mahouts Annu and Mani. On Jan. 13, he had also attacked Mahout Naveen and…

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