”The Karle” is situated on the banks of the river Hemavathi in the eastern part of Sakleshpur. At a comfortable drive from Bangalore, Hassan or Mysore.
A fertile land with vivid geography and amazing bird life. The Karle home-stay is your perfect experience of the rural culture and tradition of Karnataka and its pristine natural beauty.
Dotted around the home-stay there are various spots to visit including the Gorur Dam, a national treasure in the form of the ancient Hoysala temple of Nageshvara-Chennakeshava build in 1200 AD and the amazing ruins of Shettihalli church. The Holy Rosary Church build in 1860 submerged in the backwaters of Hemavathi.
A family holiday or a weekend getaway, we at Karle endeavor to provide our guests and opportunity to experience farm life and encourage them to participate in activities tailored to wash away the stresses of modern life leaving them feeling fresh and rejuvenated.
The river Hemavathi flows gracefully all along the western flank of Karle giving our guests a unique opportunity to fill their senses with its majestic presence and beauty and also watch a beautiful sunset.
Sakleshpur is a hill station in Hassan district in the South Indian state of Karnataka. Situated in the Western Ghats, the hill station has a mild climate and is surrounded by coffee and spice growing villages. During the monsoon, the hill station receives very heavy rainfall. The area around Sakleshpur is listed as one of the 18 most diverse spots in the world in terms of flora and fauna with various unique species of animals and plants flourishing in the region due to its sub-tropical climate and heavy rains.
Sakleshpur is a famous tourist destination with many attractions ranging from historic forts, nature and trekking trails for the adventure minded.
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