Dandeli is a town in the western Indian state of Karnataka. The Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary, with its trails and dense forests, is home to animals including black panthers, monkeys, and elephants, as well as many bird species. A temple stands at the entrance to the limestone Kavala Caves, known for their stalagmite formations. West of the caves, Anshi National Park encompasses the Kali Tiger Reserve. On the eastern side of the park, the Channabasaveshwar Temple in Ulavi is topped with a pointed dome and is adjacent to a sacred, lotus-filled lake. It’s the resting place of a 12th-century saint, and pilgrimage site for followers of the Lingayat faith. Winding through the region from Dandeli, the Kali River is known for kayaking and white-water rafting. Near the Kodasalli Dam, several streams converge at the cascading Sathodi Falls. West of the falls, where the river meets the Arabian Sea, Karwar is a tranquil area with rugged hills and a long, sandy beach. Nearby, the ruined hilltop Sadashivgad Fort has coastal views.
Kavala Caves

Kavala Caves are limestone caves located 25 km away from the base camp at Dandeli.
Kulgi Nature Camp

Kulgi Nature Camp is run by the Forest Department of Dandeli and is a good spot for holidays with family and friends. The camp comes in the area of Dandeli wildlife sanctuary and is surrounded by a dense forest environment.
Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary

Dandeli wildlife sanctuary is the second largest sanctuary in Karnataka and is located on the banks of River Kali. It is surrounded by thick forests and hills of the Kannada District. It has a rich diversity of plants and animals in and around the sanctuary.
Shiroli Peak

Shiroli Peak is the most elevated peak in the region of Uttara Kannada. Situated at a great height, it is the most lovable place among nature lovers as well as trekkers.
Syntheri Rock

Park area featuring a river with small rapids & rock formations shaped and hollowed out over time.
Anshi National Park

Anshi National Park is an evergreen tropical rainforest situated in the North Kannada district in Karnataka. The park covers an area of 340 sq km is considered India’s most endangered wildlife park.
River Kali

Kali River or Kali Nadi is a river flowing through the Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka state in India. The river rises near Diggi, a small village in the Uttar Kannada district.
Dandelappa Temple

It is considered to be one of the most auspicious places to worship by the people of Dandeli. The temple is completely dedicated to Lord Dandelappa who is said to be one of the most liked and loved figures in between the locals of Dandeli.
Satoddi Falls

Sathoddi Falls is a waterfall in India that is formed by several unnamed streams near Kallaramane Ghat, Uttara Kannada District, near Yellapur, Karnataka, and 32 km from Yellapur and is about 15 metres tall.
Dandeli-Anshi Tiger Reserve

Dandeli-Anshi is the fourth tiger reserve of Karnataka state, located in the Uttara Kannada district. It got Tiger Reserve status in January 2007 and is spread over 1365 Sq. Km
Sykes Point

It is a popular sightseeing attraction offering a beautiful view of deep valleys and thickly forested hills. Sykes Point is named after a British engineer who discovered it. From this viewpoint, one can get a good view of Nagzari River and River Kali confluence.
Best Time To Visit Dandeli

You can visit Dandeli throughout the year. Each season offers a unique experience to visitors. However, October to January period attracts maximum tourists. From October to January Dandeli is at its best during this period. Forest is lush green after the monsoon season. Waterfalls are at full force, weather is pleasant, Wildlife is very active. River rafting Kalli starts during this season. You will be among the first to engage in this thrilling adventure activity if you visit Dandeli during this season. From February to May the forest starts getting dry. Trees start shedding leaves. But this is the season to witness harvesting. Best time to visit tribal villages and experience their culture and heritage. Many cultural activities take place during this period. This season is also best for water activities. Hike in the forest and escape from that heat. Take a dip in natural pools. River rafting continues in this season as well. You can combine rafting with many other water activities. June to September is the monsoon season at Dandeli. Dandeli gets a lot of rain. Drench yourself in rain, engage in farming activities along with local farmers. This is the best time to visit Doodh Sagar falls. The best is to trek from Castlerock while enjoying many other small streams and waterfalls along the way. River rafting is not conducted during this season. Avoid your visit if you are keen on river rafting.

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