Sakleshpur is the pleasant hill station tucked in the western ghats and its’s a refreshing gateway. This town lies on the greenery and its easily accessible and its located on the Hassan district is the place were major crops of coffee and cardamom are grown here. It is located on the National Highway 48 (NH48) of Bangalore to Mangalore.

One day trip to Sakleshpur.  Sakleshpur has a rich biodiversity and one of the popular activities for tourists for trekking. This one day trip can be done trekking to the Bisle reserve forest trek as well as the Kumara parvatha trek can be rewarded for the giving the glimpse into the varied ecological of the area. Even if you are not enthusiastic for trek, even though you will be having the many rewards.

 

Manjarabad fort

There will be a visit to the fort which is near to Sakleshpur was under the rule of Mysore Kings. Before that it was under the the rule of Hoysalas as well as the Chalukyas. After the trekking there will be a sight seeing around the Sakleshpur.

 

Best place to stay :

Baalecool Nature Stay:- Baalecool Nature stay is very close to the Sakleshpur town. It is located in the middle of the coffee and cardamom plantation, it is not that every day you get to relish your morning with the water gushing below your feet. It additionally wouldn’t be a daily incident that you can go out with misty trails in Sakleshpur, western ghats, its more exotic malnad food and relax to the illustration malnad welcome.

We at Baalecool have ensured that activities here square measure tailored to clean away the stresses of contemporary life and rejuvenate our guests throughout their keep, an attractive stream once jumping down a series of waterfalls flows down the length of our property giving our guests a novel chance to fill their senses with its majestic presence and sweetness. This stream like all nature is at its majestic best throughout the monsoon and therefore the flow is subdued throughout summer.

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