Located in the forest range of Londa town in Belgaum District, Nersa is an offbeat hill station of the state of Karnataka. Situated amidst Mahadai Valley, this small hamlet shares its boundary with the Indian state of Goa. In addition, the place is also a part of proposed Bhimgarh Sanctuary.
Owing to the cultivation of the groundnut, sugarcane and paddy, the destination is also the land of agriculture. It is one of the most sought out destinations for wildlife enthusiasts, bird watchers and ornithologist. In addition, the destination is home to around 950 species of bats, hence tourists visiting Nersa can also engage in bat watching.
Apart from the activities, tourists can also head towards the nearby places such as Bhimgarh, Kongla, Jamgoan and Abnali, which are all accessible on foot from Nersa. In addition, tourists can also spend time exploring the banks of Bandora and Sagarhole rivers.
For those who wish to explore this destination can avail transportation such as flights, buses and trains. The nearest airport serving the destination is Bengaluru International Airport, which is located at a distance of around 505 km from Nersa.
The nearest railhead serving the destination is Khanapur Railway Station, which is located at a distance of 18 km from Nersa. However, tourists travelling from other parts of the country can board trains to Belgaum Railway Station. Located at a distance of around 38 km from the destination, this station has better connectivity.
Tourists can also board buses operated by Kerala State Road Transport Corporation, which are available from Bangalore. The best time to explore this destination is from October to March.