Welcome to the VasanthaParadise. We would like to invite you and your family to visit our beautiful place which is located at Sakleshpur in Karnataka. Sakleshpur or Sakleshapura is a hill station town and headquarters of Sakleshapura Taluk in Hassan district in the Indian state of Karnataka.Awe-inspiring botanical beauty, hairpin curves and winding roads, and densely canopied hills – Sakleshpur is one getaway that will charm you to no end! Whether its tranquillity and solitude that you seek, or some exciting trekking amidst the thickly wooded forests, a Sakleshpur homestay is bound to have you in raptures! Perched at a high altitude, this place has all the perfect elements to make it a very coveted weekend picnic spot!
Book at our Sakleshpur homestay The VasanthaParadise, and enjoy its cool, fresh air and serene surroundings! 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. Crops grown include coffee, rice, pepper, cardamom, ginger and tea with coffee being dominant, giving it the name "The coffee Town". 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. The Western Ghats extend along the western edge of the taluk, separating Sakaleshapura from Dakshina Kannada district. The Hemavathi River, a tributary of the Kaveri, drains the eastern portion of the district, originating in Chikkamagalur districtand flowing through Sakaleshapura town. Two rivers originate in Sakaleshapura taluk and drain westward through the Ghats.
Around the natural Waterfall Guests can paddle around this pool or may be read a book while
gently floating on a tube. Depending upon the prevailing weather conditions guests can go trekking up to a distance of 12
kilometers in the Western Ghats taking in the exotic flora and fauna along the way.
The Kempuhole River originates near Manjarabad Fort and flows westward to join the Netravati River, which empties into the Arabian Sea at Mangalore. The Kumaradhara River, another tributary of the Netravati, drains the southwestern portion of the taluk. These rivers form passes through the Ghats. The Bangalore-Mangalore Highway follows the Kempuhole River, as does the rail line linking Sakaleshapura to Dakshina Kannada. Bisile Ghat Road follows the Kumaradhara, linking the southwestern portion of the taluk to Kulkunda and Subrahmanya in Dakshina Kannada. At our Sakaleshpura / Sakleshpur homestay The VasanthaParadise, which is surrounded by densely canopied hills, botanical beauty, wooded forest and water flowing streams, Guests can enjoy the scenic beauty of the untouched nature. At The VasanthaParadise Guests can enjoy sipping a hot beverage with short eats around a campfire in the evening, experience volley ball in knee deep water, enjoy outdoor badminton with a green back drop.
Picnic in the Hills during winter and the summer is another attraction here. If in groups we will take our guests on a picnic in the hills and organize picnic food there. Guests can walk around the property in the numerous paths taking in the beauty around here, bird watching and so on. Guests with a yen for agricultural activities can try their hand at cardamom picking guided by our personnel here and this activity can be enjoyed during the monsoon right until the month of December. We have also planned a vegetable patch on our property and we welcome our guests to join us there and get their hands dirty. Guests interested in visiting a coffee estate will be taken to nearby estates in Sakleshpur and can walk around and learn the art of growing the famed Indian coffee. We welcome you and your family to visit this beautiful place, The VasanthaParadise, the nature untouched, for an Experiential Stay and Experiential Travel.