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This tour is conducted during the mango harvesting season of April to June. You'll take a guided walking tour around the farm where you will be able to get out in the fields and learn about the various activities in the farm. You will see how fruits & vegetables grow. You also get a chance to familiarize yourself with a wide variety of fruit plants in the farm and utilize the opportunity to pluck and enjoy the fruits, according to what's in season. This tour lasts 1-1.5 hours.


By now you will be hungry, lunch will be served which is traditional rural Karnataka cuisine.


The guided mango plucking starts post lunch. You can pick the juiciest of mangoes right from the trees. You pay for what you pick. The farm grows badami mangoes and these are one of the most tastiest mango variety. After you have plucked to your hearts content, you will wash the mangoes and box them to be carried home. This tour will take 1-1.5 hours. The tress are dwarfs at this point and this makes the activity completely safe for children.


You will be walking in the fields, so remember to wear shoes that you don't mind getting dirty. Also dont underestimate Bangalore traffic and plan to get to the farm very early, so you can make best use of your visit. 

After successful Mango picking events in 2015 and 2016, we have successfully completed the event in 2017 too. No more mangoes left this season. However we are still open for daytrips and overnight stays.

Pick mangoes (Badami/Alphonso and Mallika) directly from the trees. You can also                     pick other fruits (like Sapota/Chikku, Guava, Cherries, Rose Apple, etc. Also an opportunity to indulge in rural Karnataka food and play some rural games in the farm. Spend the day in a live organic farm soaking in clean, fresh air.

      Get in touch with us for more details. Booking on First-come-first served basis only.

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