No Man's Land Organic Farm
Sirsi, Karnataka, India
Spread over 8.5 acres, a variety of crops like rice, sugarcane, arecanut, coconut, turmeric, cashew, mango, banana, and several other fruits are grown here.
We also raise cows for milk and gobar and free-ranging chicken for eggs.
The farm is surrounded by forests that are home to a host of birds and small wildlife. There is a stream that runs along part of our boundary.
If you are keen to explore organic farming, rural living, environmental conservation, low-impact lifestyles and such other topics, do get in touch with us.
Please note: No Man's Land Farm is not a resort.
This is a working organic farm.
Visitors are welcome to participate in our farming activities.
During the sugarcane harvest, visitors and volunteers get to drink unlimited quantities of sugarcane juice.
During Deepavali, one can take part in the local "Bull Running" tradition, where the locals run with their bulls in the temple grounds next to our farm.
For those who want to explore beyond our farm, the forests have ample trails for day-long treks and you may come across interesting plants, and insects.
A visit to the Jog Falls and several short day-trips are also possible with the farm as a base. See the location details below...
The stream that runs alongside our farm and the ponds we've constructed can be used to cool off after a day's activities.
No Man's Land is located 16 Km from Sirsi town in Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka.
Sirsi is about 400 Km from Bangalore and is a convenient stop over en-route to Goa or the coastal towns.
Some interesting places to visit are marked on the map...