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

Tucked under the bountiful canopy of the Sahyadris (more popularly known as, Western Ghats), Dandeli is a quaint town in Uttar Karnataka. Blessed by vast expanses of lush green virgin forests, the edges of the town are caressed playfully by the waters of the Kali river. Rarely would travelers find the perfect blend of magnificent mountains, natural forests, and breathtaking wildlife, in the laps of a gushing river; Dandeli is the amalgamation of all of Mother Nature’s elements, served with a side of adventure.