Apart from the picturesque plantations and the lush green environ surrounding you, there are many places to visit in Sakleshpur during your stay in our homestay
A stronghold built by Tipu Sultan ruler of Mysore, visiting this fort is situated outside Sakleshpur on the National Highway 48. Built on a hillock 3,240 ft. above sea level, this fort was used to store arms and ammunitions and was a strategic stronghold to control the coastal areas near Sakleshpur plateau. A trek to this historic fort is one of the most popular place to visit Sakleshpur. This star-shaped fort built around the hillock holds many secrets and while the climb above the hillock is a difficult trek, it is nonetheless worth it because there are many great viewpoints that could be seen from here. In the center of the hillock there is an hallowed entrance that takes us into a tunnel that connects another fort in Srirangapatna.
A trekker’s paradise, BisleGhat presents the most picturesque trek for the guests. Popularly known as ‘heaven on earth’ the BisleGhat is a stretch of valley between Kukke Subrahmanya and Sakleshpura. Located at the border of Hassan, BisleGhat draws many trekkers from in and around the area. The Bisleview point offers a lovely mountain view of three ranges - YenikalluBetta (Hassan district), Doddabetta and Pushpagiri (Kodagu district) and Kumaraparvatha (Dakshina Kannada district). Now what could be more adventurous than a trek through the most beautiful ghats during your visit in Sakleshpur.
The gushing waters of Attihalli Falls are surely one of the favourite places to visit Sakleshpur that one can indulge in. This lovely waterfalls makes for a spectacular view as it rushes through the western ghats.