Granite caves where leopards and other wildlife can be spotted. Best times of the day are 6:30am and 5pm.
4x4 will allow you to tour the entire area, but you can get quite close with normal vehicles and then proceed by foot.
Looks like you can also stay for the night
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We heard Leopards roaring several times in the evening and saw one just 5 meters away from us. Sometimes they apparently sit on the rocks here.
We stayed a few days and so far it is our favourite spot in India. At night it is very quiet, we slept very well. In the evening there was always loud music in the distance, but besides that it is a calm, clean and beautiful place to relax and take a walk without beeing disturbed. A few motorbikes passed, but only people in a safari jeep stopped and talked to us. They were friendly and spoke english.
We attached a photo with two leopards, which we took at sunset from the road on the south side of the mountain, just before making the turn to the temple. They might sit there regularly.
Mind that the country roads are terrible (narrow, bumpy, many small villages to cross and idiotic traffic). It is exhausting to drive here and took us 3 hours to drive 60km back to the highway.
We don't know if we found the 'caves' and we did not see any leopards BUT the area is great for wild camping!
If you take the small asphalt road to the right you will drive by a small temple. From here you kan continue on a dirt track. After a short time you get to a point where a track leads up over a boulder. If you have 4x4 take this track and follow it around the big 'boulder-rock-hill'. Here you reach a level area with good camping under the rock-hill. Maybe the 'cave place' since there are holes in some of the upper boulders.
If you have 2x2 you do not have the same options but probalby still a good area to find a spot for sleeping.Report Check-In