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Activities @ Homestay


All activities within the Retreat are free. For all others, charges as may be applicable including transport, food, etc.

  • Indoor Games
  • Outdoor Games
  • Trekking
  • Boating
  • Fishing
  • Cycling
  • Bonfire

BIRDS WATCHING

  • Nilgiri Wood-Pigeon
  • Bluewinged or Malabar parakeet
  • Whitebellied treepie
  • Grey-headed Bulbul
  • Rufous Babbler
  • Nilgiri Pipit
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A home stay in the lap of the mountains!


Rain Land (Malnad in Kannada) is the region's name and you know why. And through summer, winter and monsoon, the climate is sublime and fit for royalty. The weather has also blessed the land with one of the most rejuvenating beverages of all times - Coffee! The locale is green and reverberant with green forests, greener vales, sparkling brooks, frolicking water falls and infectious liveliness!

It's a landscape that is characterized by rolling hills populated by coffee shrubs, stately silver oaks with pepper vines snaking around its barks, dense jungle and the fragrance of cardamom ripening and rich in meandering streams. Isolated, peaceful and staggeringly beautiful rustic landscape that swells and dips with valleys and peaks and with this, Coffee Village Retreat's two bungalows merge with the landscape endearingly.


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ABOUT


Home Stays are perfect destinations for couples and families seeking a private holiday and that's why we introduce the Sai Homestay in Chikmagalur. If you wish to taste the nature in a homely atmosphere, click reserve your Home Stays with us..

Home Stays are perfect destinations for couples and families seeking a private holiday and that's why we introduce the Sai Homestay in Chikmagalur. If you wish to taste the nature in a homely atmosphere, click reserve your Home Stays with us..


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ABOUT SAKLESHPUR


Sakleshpur or Sakleshpura is a hill station town in Hassan District of the South Indian state of Karnataka. It is a beautiful town located in Western Ghats on Bangalore‑Mangalore Highway. Sakleshpur is located on the border of Malnad and Bayaluseemae in Hassan district. It receives heavy rainfall from the southwest monsoon and because of the temperate climate; this place is blessed with huge amount of coffee, tea, cardamom, and pepper plantations. It is located at an average elevation of 949 metres (3,113 feet). Since it has temperate climate on the Western Ghats, it is suited for growing Cash crops. Coffee growers from the neighbouring villages throng to sell coffee at Sakleshpur. Sakleshpur is located in the Western Ghats, a mountain range that stretches from Kerala to Gujarat. The southern range, which includes Bisle reserve forest and the region around Sakleshpur is listed as one of the 18 most diverse spots in the world in terms of flora and fauna. If you are planning a holiday in Sakleshpur, you will be glad to know that there are many home stays, resorts, camping and trekking groups that provide good accommodation and trekking facility.

The town lies in the Malnad region on the magnificent hills of the biodiversity hotspot, the Western Ghats. It has a temperate climate surrounded with lofty green hills full of coffee, cardamom, pepper and areca plantations. These crops which contribute mainly to the economy of the taluk are grown in the surrounding villages and the entire taluk are brought to Sakleshapura city for sale. The town lies on the National Highway 48 (NH-48) which connects the port city of Mangalore, with the capital city Bangalore of Karnataka state. The nearest airport is Mangalore International Airport.

Sakaleshapura receives very heavy rainfall from the southwest monsoon. It is one of the places receiving the most rainfall in Karnataka. The places are like Agani (near Hanbal-here the average rainfall is believed to be more than that of Agumbe, which receives the highest rainfall in South India. The analysis of last 16 (1996–2011) years of data reveals that the highest (Av. 2050.3 mm / 80.72 inches) rainfall has occurred in Sakaleshapura. In 1997 it had received 2916 mm / 114.80 inches of rainfall. In 2010 it had received 2920 mm / 114.96 inches.




SURROUNDINGS


Manjarabad Fort

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Sringeri

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Kemmanugundi

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Kudremuka

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Horanadu

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Inam Dattatreya Peetha

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Green Route

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Bisle Ghat

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