More than a Resort, Flycatcher Adventures is a lifestyle offering a whole new world of relaxation and adventure that cannot be expressed through words. Flycatcher Adventures resort provides a trailblazing retreat for guests and renowned for its awe-inspiring adventures.
The lodge renders good number of guest accommodations featuring exciting modern comforts which are eco-friendly and wellness-focused amenities included in the luxury suite, comfy beds and an outstanding eatery with a carefully selected list. After all that hard work and a fun day of play outdoors, the fine dining restaurant serves up meals with delicious cuisine.
We are well known as an ideal adventure resort which will drip you unerringly in the middle of breathtaking adventures and a fantasy come true on the earth. The activity menu includes a variety of outdoor activities, escorted with guided expertise as we aim to provide all you need to enjoy an unforgettable adventure. We are well equipped with a team of Outdoor Experts, Rafting Guides, Mountain Guides and Wildlife guides from India and others. We have adventure professionals who got trained & certified in Adventure activities at Jawahar Institute of Mountaineering and Winter Sports (JIM&WS), PAHALGAM-J&K.
FLY CATCHER ADVENTURE specializes in white water rafting, Kayaking, Canyoning (Rappelling), mountain climbing and mountain biking around the river Kali in Western Ghat range.
Dandeli is a place located in the western parts of of Karnataka state in India. Geographically it is located at 15.247719N, 74.629678W and the altitude varies from 100m to 970m, the highest point is the Hegada Temba. The city is named after Dandelappa, a local deity, a servant of the Mirashi landlords, who lost his life because of his loyalty. Altitude varies from 100m to 970m, the highest point is the Hegada Temba. There is easy access by road and rail, and convenient bus services.
A significant part of Dandeli’s population consists of economic migrants from all over India, especially the north/south Indian states like Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Gujarat, Andhra, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, and many districts of the Karnataka state. Most residents belonged to the Konkanis, Devali, Marathas, Kuruba, Lambani, Negro, and Muslim communities. The official and predominant language of communication is Kannada.
The sanctuary covers part of the rich forests of the Uttara Kannada District, on the banks of the river Kali. It covers an area of 834.16 square kilometers. Several animals can be spotted in the jungles of Dandeli, as well as birds including many endangered species – provided the reasonable ground for the government to declare the Dandeli forest, a National Wildlife Sanctuary in 1956. This sanctuary is the second largest wildlife sanctuary of Karnataka.
Along with its adjoining Anshi National Park, Dandeli is an abode of 40 tigers. It’s not just tigers; the sanctuary is a natural home to leopards, black panthers, elephants, deer, bear, antelopes, reptiles and more than 300 bird-species as well. Meandering tributaries of river Kali – Kaneri and Nagajhari, when criss-cross the jungle, leave the spectators spellbound.
There are so many attractions and opportunities on offer at Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary, whether you choose action and adventure with white water rafting or slow the pace down with peaceful birdwatching and wildlife photography.
FLY CATCHER ADVENTURE has an impeccable safety record following and maintaining the highest of international standards. Toms are conducted only by professional guides, who are fully trained and qualified in first aid and rescue techniques with years of experience leading river trips all over India, Nepal and UK.
The magical waters of the Kali River provide one of nature’s finest, fun-filled roller coaster rides. Imagine rafting grade three rapids and long, lumpy glides through pristine pools and breathtaking gorges. Between the paddling and excitement, observe the native exotic birds, the mystical Green forest, the fantails and swallows flitting for surface insects. Listen to the chortling of a veritable potpourri of birds above the music of rushing water. See stealthy trout dart for cover as you pass.
“The most beautiful and the best things in the world cannot be seen with your eyes or even touched. They must be felt with the heart”