Sakleshpur is a magical spot filled with wonders. One can never be exhausted with so many things to do out there. At Coffee Creek, we provide the best accommodation in Sakleshpur and have enough rooms to keep you occupied through the weekend. Our homestay offers you a wonderful view as it is situated within the serene nature of western ghats and is a suitable place for you to stay in Sakleshpur. We always strive to give a comfortable and friendly environment along with some amazing adventure games that makes Coffee creek a perfect Sakleshpur adventure camp so that you would love to visit again. If you are looking to escape from the busy work schedule and stay in the midst of nature, Coffee Creek is the answer
This is a small fort/watchtower which is now in ruins. This approximately 2 kms west of Kaginahare village. The village itself is around 8kms from Hongadahalla village in Sakleshpur Taluk. Kaginahare village is an exit point of the Donigal-Yedakumari railway track trek. It also has a very good view of the surrounding area.
Lying in a quiet corner amidst the Bisle Reserve Forest, the Mookana Mane Fall is a spot of absolute serenity. Short but broad and pretty, you experience a sense of tranquility as you gaze at its beauty.
At the foothills of the Pushpagiri Mountains in northern Coorg, the Kumaradhara River falls off a cliff nestled amidst splendid greenery to make the Mallalli Fall a picturesque location. The river then continues its course through Kukke Subrahmanya and later joins the Netravati.
36 KMS from Coffeecreek
"Gavi" in Kannada stands for "Cave" and "Betta" for a "hill" – this is the secret of the name this hill has. Getting to the last part of the cave is really hard; it requires us to creep through low and narrow opening between the rocks, move on slippery rock to finally get to the cave. This cave has a religious significance and villagers come here to offer their prayers to the deity here.
7 KMS from Coffeecreek
The railway segment joining Sakleshpur and the Kukke Subramanya road junction is known as the ‘Green Route’. Located in the Western Ghats, Sakleshpur is a town with bountiful greenery. This route is located along the Hassan and Canara regions of the state of Karnataka.
25 KMS from Coffeecreek
The meeting point of the mountain ranges of three districts – Dakshina Kannada, Coorg and Hassan, Bisle Ghat is a natural link between Pushpagiri and Kudremukh. Adjoined by some of the most spectacular rain forests in India, the Bisle Reserve Forest, and with the beautiful Giri River flowing through the valley, Bisle Ghat is a must for nature lovers everywhere.
40 KMS Coffeecreek
Honnamana Kere is the biggest lake in Coorg and a place of historical and spiritual significance. Its 6Kms away from Somwarpet.There is story which says that the goddess Honnamana sacrificed her life for the welfare of the people and a temple adjacent to the lake has been constructed in the honour of Goddess Honnamma.Every year once, during the Gowri festival, a special pooja is conducted and a 'Bagina' consisting of different belongings for the goddess Honamma is presented to the lake.Honnamana Kere is surrounded by two hills Gavi Betta & Mori Betta and by beautiful mountains, cliffs and Coffee Plantations.
36 KMS from Coffeecreek
Built in 1782 by Tipu Sultan as security against infiltrators from Madikeri, this imposing fort stands atop a hill called Anaigudda on the road to Mangalore.