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Dandeli Wild Tours
We are renowned Travel Partner, based in Dandeli and offer travel packages to the Dandeli visitors / Tourists. Having been in the tourism industry, Dandeli Wild Tours with the motto of working friendly, honesty, hospitality which describe our devotion for creating a unique and unforgettable experience for our customers. If you would like a tour that is tailored exactly like the way you want it, you found the right choice. Plan your day and we will look forward to hosting you, we feel privileged to be able to show you a part of Dandeli. Visitors can trust us for our quality of service we provide. And this makes us separate from not being one among ten.
Activities and Excursions
- RIVER RAFTING
- BOATING / CORACLE RIDE
- NATURAL JACUZZI
- RIVER CROSSING
- JUNGLE SAFARI
- NATURE WALK
- BURMA BRIDGE
- ZORBING etc…
- SUPA DAM
- SYNTHRI ROCK
- KAVALA CAVES
- COW’S CAVES
- SYKES POINT (SHIROLI PEAK)& KULGI NATURE CAMP
- CROCODILE’S PARK
- SHIVAPUR HANGING BRIDGE
- KUVESHI SKYWALK
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Enjoy the stay at Dandeli!
Dandeli is an ideal vacation destination in north Karnataka for those who love nature & adventure. It offers tourists an incomparable mix of scenic beauty. The modern town on the river is surrounded by deciduous forests and a renowned wildlife habitat where rare animals and birds roam in deep valleys and hilly terrain. The undulating streams, swaying bamboos, abundance of wildlife, sylvan surroundings and trekking tracts make Dandeli sanctuary a unique holiday destination.
Sighting animal is difficult and always involves an element of luck. The sanctuary is home of the barking, spotted and mouse deer, sloth bear, tiger, Indian gaur, elephant, bison, jackal and giant flying squirrel, besides a variety of colorful birds and reptiles. Black Panther is one of the rarest animal in the wild.
Kali Tiger Reserve is located in Uttara Kannada District of Karnataka State. Covering the taluks of Haliyal, Karwar and Joida, the Kali Tiger Reserve (KTR) is part of the Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka. It lies between latitudes 14° 57’ 23.04” N; longitudes 74° 15’ 7.56” East and latitude 15° 9’ 56.16” North; longitude 74° 43’ 10.56” East.
The Tiger Reserve comprises of two important protected areas of the region viz., Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary and Anashi National Park. Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary (475.018 sq km) and Anashi National Park (339.866 sq km) are contiguous to each other and form a single tract of protected area located in biologically sensitive Western Ghats. These two protected areas are administratively unified under Dandeli-Anashi Tiger Reserve.
The Tiger Reserve comprises of two important protected areas of the region viz., Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary and Anshi National Park. Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary (475.018 sq km) and Anashi National Park (339.866 sq km) are contiguous to each other and form a single tract of protected area located in biologically sensitive Western Ghats. These two protected areas are administratively unified under Dandeli-Anashi Tiger Reserve.
About Dandeli WildLife
The Wildlife Sanctuary and the Anashi National Park located close to it contain huge areas of dense, deciduous forests. You can visit the place in open jeeps with trained guides to acquaint you with the diversity of the sanctuary.
The place is home to the famous Black Panther and many other animals including: Giant Iguana, Tiger, Leopards, Elephants, Gaur, Malabar Giant Squirrel and many more. The sanctuary also contains about 200 species of birds. You can engage yourself in bird watching while you are on a safari to the place.
You also have the option of going on treks which would lead you to hill tops from where the view is breathtaking.
About River Kali
The Kali River or Kalinadi (ಕಾಳಿ ನದಿ) is a river flowing through Karwar, Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka state in India. The river rises near Diggi, a small village in Uttar Kannada district. The river is the lifeline to some 4 lakh people in the Uttara Kannada district and supports the livelihoods of tens of thousands of people including fishermen on the coast of Karwar. There are many dams built across this river for the generation of electricity. One of the important dams build across Kali river is the Supa Dam at Ganeshgudi. The river runs 184 kilometers before joining Arabian Sea.
River Kali brings a fantastic opportunity to enjoy boating in the native saucer shaped coracles carved of bamboo. The river banks are thronged with avi-faunas, weaver-birds, pied kingfishers, egrets and other species of avi-faunas.