Dandeli, a nature lover’s delight, also has quite a few exciting activities. These include zip line, bird watching, trekking, rappelling, rafting, camping, kayaking and so forth.
Zip through the moving waters of the River Kali or take a leisurely, lazy float across a placid lake. Kayaking is much easier than you think. If you know how to swim and use an oar, you can enjoy the thrill of Kayaking in Dandeli and even learn advanced techniques from our experienced instructors and coaches.
The animal kingdom holds wonders that never cease to amaze and educate. Lose yourself in the rich and bio-diverse forests of Dandeli as you spot tigers, leopards, black panthers, elephants, deer, antelopes and bears. In this crowded ecosystem, there are a large number of interesting reptiles like crocodiles and over 300 species of birds that will enchant even the most experienced traveler.
Bird watching is the art of spotting and observing different types of birds and learning more about them. A large community of active birdwatchers has made Dandeli a hub for “Birding” because an abundance of rare and beautiful birds reside in the region such as Woodpeckers, Bulbuls and the magnificent Malabar Hornbill.
One of the most thrilling and satisfying sports to engage in is Rafting or White Water Rafting. Dandeli is the perfect place to try this sport because it has some really interesting spots where Rafting enthusiasts can learn and hone their skills while they experience the thrill of the ride and the power of the mighty river Kali.
Supa Dam across the Kali River is a sight to behold. It is a marvel of modern engineering and combines cutting edge technology with the grit and wisdom of the people of this area. The dam is over a hundred meters high and has a catchment area of over a thousand square kilometers.
The fabled Kali River, with all its myth and mystique flows right next to our resort. Guests can get one of the best river view from many places within the resort and access it easily by foot to engage in many activities in and around the river such as rafting, bird watching, river-crossing, kayaking and more…
Dudhsagar Fals is over a thousand feet high and is one of the highest waterfalls in India. It is an impressive volley of water that can be intimidating at first but then serenades you with the sounds of water. Besides Dudhsagar Falls, there are a number of other waterfalls in the area such as Sathodi Falls, Molangi Falls and more.
Named after the British engineer who first discovered this spot, Sykes point offers a unique and commendable vantage point. From here, one can view the different landscapes of the region and enjoy breathtaking sunsets which light up the skies and the earth in a warm glow.