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This is the road route for the base camp of Whitewater Rafting at Barapole

Head to Kutta or Gonikoppal, whichever is near to your base in Coorg. Take the Gonikoppal-Kutta road. At T.Shettigeri, leave the main road and take the Birunani road.
Drive through the Tata Tea Plantation. After you've crossed the bridge turn left towards the river side where the Whitewater rafting base camps are located.

Road distances to Barapole River Rafting from Kutta and Gonikopal:

  • Kutta - 15km –> T.Shettigeri (turn left) -5½km -> KKR Junction (turn left) -½km-> Whitewater Rafting Base
  • Gonikoppal - 21km –> T.Shettigeri (turn left) -5½km -> KKR Junction (turn left) -½km-> Whitewater Rafting Base

For those coming from Bangalore & Myosre side, the route to Balapole River (KKR) site is
Bangalore –> Mysore –> Hunsur -> Nagarhole Forest ( Forest route open from 6am to 6pm, otherwise head to Gonikoppal) –> Kutta –> Srimangala -> T.Shettigeri -> Tata Tea Estate -> KKR Junction - Whitewater Rafting Base

For those coming from Madikeri side, the route to Balapole River (KKR) site is
Madikeri -> Virajpet(or Siddapura) -> Gonikoppal -> Ponnampet -> Hudikere -> T.Shettigeri ->Tata Tea Estate -> KKR Junction - Whitewater Rafting Base

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Driving directions to Barapole (KKR) , the Whitewater Rafting Base camp off Kutta

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For those coming from Bangalore & Myosre side, the route to Balapole River (KKR) site is Bangalore –> Mysore –> Hunsur -> Nagarhole Forest ( Forest route open from 6am to 6pm, otherwise head to Gonikoppal) –> Kutta –> Srimangala -> T.Shettigeri -> Tata Tea Estate -> KKR Junction - Whitewater Rafting Base For those coming from Madikeri side, the route to Balapole River (KKR) site is Madikeri -> Virajpet(or Siddapura) -> Gonikoppal -> Ponnampet -> Hudikere -> T.Shettigeri ->Tata Tea Estate -> KKR Junction - Whitewater Rafting Base

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