We also organise adventure sports like trekking, rock climbing, archery, rappelling, and campfire activities. Our in-house organisers are expert in organising parties and team building exercises forgroup bookings andcorporate clients. Guests can indulge in indoor activities at the resort. The activities include billiards, carom, chess, etc. In addition to that, we have a basketball court, badminton court, and cricket ground for sports lovers.
You can have a leisurely swim in the resort's swimming pool for a refreshing time. The pool is built across a natural formation of rocks and is hugely popular among kids and families. The pool offers a joyful experience, especially when it is raining.
This was originally known as Ramnagiri hills and was hugely famous due to famous shooting of blockbuster movie “SHOLAY”. This hill in fact resembles hanuman and has spectacular view and it’s about 400 meters from our resort.
There is a beautiful temple of Lord Pattabhi Rama on the top of Ramnagiri hill. The climb is not a steep one and it has about 450 steps to reach temple. Also provides a stunning panoramic view of Bangalore.
Also known as folk- culture world provides an incredible experience of local folk, art and culture. They have an art gallery, open air theatre, museum and a studio. The museum has a wonderful collection of 5000 artefact that symbolise the spirit of Karnataka’s folk culture. It also includes a range of agricultural hunting and fishing implements, weapons, ingenious household gadgets, masks, dolls and shadow puppets.
This spot is well-known for its Spot Billed Pelicans and the Painted Storks that can be sighted here in enormous numbers. This is located at a beautiful village which is covered with paddy fields, cattle, water, and a lot of exotic birds.
This is one of the famous Shiva temples in our country. Situated 3066 feet above sea level, this is the perfect place for rock climbing and trekking. The view from the top of the Hill is spectacular.
As per mythology, the Melkote was known as Narayanadri, Vedadri, Yadavadri, Yathishaila and Thirunarayanapura. This temple is built on granite rocky hill that also include some of the oldest rock formations known as Yadavagiri or Yadugiri and provides spectacular view of the Cauvery valley.
Kayaking, trekking, coracle riding and mountain biking are various activities that you can take pleasure in. If you are a nature lover, you can also enjoy watching around 95 species of birds, crocodiles, and turtles.
It is believed that this land was cursed to be buried in sand and thus you can come across about 30 temples submerged in the sand here. Every 12 years, a fair is conducted here called Panchalinga Darshana in honour of the five Shiva temples.
This sanctuary is situated across an island and spread over an area of 40 acres. Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary is a key nesting and breeding ground for infinite number of species of birds. In fact you would also be able to see a huge number of migratory birds who come all the way from Siberia, North America and Australia.
Temple is dedicated to Sri Ranganatha, a manifestation of Vishnu. This is one of the temples which were altered and was very well preserved by Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan. This temple depicts the love and secularism that existed during those times.
Also known as the Markonahalli Dam is situated across the Shimsha River at a height of 731.57m above sea level. The dam was built for irrigating 6,070 hectares of land.
It’s a popular tourist spot for bird watchers and nature lovers.