Sakleshpur is a quaint hill town nestled amidst the ancient Western Ghats in the South Indian state of Karnataka. Including the Bisle Reserve Forest, this region is considered as one of the 18 most bio-diverse hotspots in the world, all owing to its lush tropical flora! Large amounts of tea, coffee and spices are grown in the region, which also serve as the perfect spot for tourism to thrive. Large gushing waterfalls and rivers, lakes, thick foliage and mammoth hills and valleys characterize the scenery of this divine piece of Mother Nature. The region also boasts of a rich cultural and historical heritage that is echoed in the shrines of ancient temples like the Kukke Subramanya Temple, Sakleshwara Temple etc. Experience a distinct serenity akin to the this corner of the Western Ghats, with homestays perched in estates or whilst camped out amidst Mother Nature herself! A few of the places to visit are Kukke Subramanya Temple, Pandavara Gudda, Hadlu Falls, Bisle Viewpoint, Belur and Halebid, Agnigudda Hill, Manjehalli Falls, etc.