CampHalli- Farm stay or Camping Sites near Bangalore
Imagine, being woken up by the shouts of peacocks. Imagine, waking up looking at the first rays of Sun. Imagine, running amidst green meadows. Imagine, swinging on a tyre tied to a rope amidst a field full of green grass. Imagine, feeding green grass to the cows with your bare hands. Imagine, playing with the calves, running around with the dogs carefree; in an open land. Imagine, going to bed looking at the galaxy of stars as if they are the roof. All of this and much more at CampHalli. Visit us today to book your farmstay or campsites near Bangalore.
Come!! Delve the purity and serenity of nature. Experience the all forgiving Mother Nature, who is waiting to teach us about her and how she wants to be treated.
About NimaiValley- Farmstay near Bangalore
The site is 30min drive from Airport and surrounded by forest on 3 sides with few lakes within the property. Uttara Pinakini river stream flows within land. We host rare indigenous cows and all kinds of fruit trees grown in natural farming methods.
We have shelters to protect the tents during the monsoon season. We have a simple farm house,1200sft conference hall, a large activity shed, total 7 toilets, lot of tents and activity material. Full-time staff available to support in hospitality, cooking, cleaning and trekking activities.
New season starting
Today, CampHalli offers Farmhouses, Camping tents, trekking trips, team building activities while helping people also understand the importance of Cows in our life. CampHalli believes that Service to Mother Nature is service to the mother land and to the society at large.
Activities infrastructure created
This was our first step into CampHalli. We decided to rename the farm as NimaiValley and implement a concept called CampHalli. Camphalli is a win-win situation while we continue our service to the cows. Around this period, we started the Zero Budget Natural Farming at NimaiValley.
Struggle to feed the cows
As we struggled to feed the cows properly, we started giving away our cows to other Goshalas which were in a better position than ours as we lacked knowledge and financial support.
First season starting
We got as many as 100 cows to the farm around this period which already was housing 20 cows. It was a period of struggle. There were personal losses as well as the finances for the cows needed to be handled.
We started CampHalli as Sevavanam back in 2013. We started this as a Goshala to serve the cows which were being draged away to slaughter houses. They were mostly aged cows.
Frequently Asked Questions
Within the Camphalli Campus
Its a 60 acre campus. We have successfully hosted upto 200 size groups