The reception area of Kali Camp is set inside the main bungalow. This bungalow houses ten spacious rooms with attached baths and an indoor dining area (which doubles as a conference hall for group). Facing the River Kali are twelve twin-bedded Swiss tents, which offer luxury and a close – to-nature experience. Each tent has its own hammock to laze on, and a campfire area.
At the far ends of the tents, is our Gol Ghar – a round, open-to-sides gazebo – which is exclusively for guests to dine. We strongly believe that community dining encourages the sharing of experiences among our guests. The camp also has a full- fledged bar inside the main bungalow.
The indoor games parlor has a table tennis area and a carom-board too. Guests interested in watching TV can make use of the lounge at the main bungalow. The camp also offers Internet connection for guests who would like to stay connected.
The camp offs both vegetarian and non-vegetarian Indian cuisine with a strong local flavor. Our chefs will also serve Continental dishes on request.
River Kali has two faces. For those who really want to feel the fury of its cascading waters and experience the thrill of whit-water rafting, this is the place to be. The Camp offers true adrenalin-rush white-water rafting on River Kali, with very high safety norms to boot. This is the only place south of the Himalayas, where organized white-water rafting is offered most of the year
The camp also offers adventure activities like kayaking, cannoning, (rappelling down a waterfall) and mountain biking too.
Canoe tours- The camp can arrange a two-night, three-day canoe tour on River Kali. With professional guests, you can go canoeing on the river and stop over at the pristine islands of the river for the evenings and nights, where tents will be pitched for you and dinner made over a campfire.
Jungle Lodges is geared with all necessary equipments for all its outdoor activities and have skilled instructors to lead the guests.
The serene and calm face of Kali can be experienced when you go on a ride in the native, saucer-shaped boat called coracle. This is just the right time for bird-watchers along the banks, especially the Hornbills crises-crossing the trees and also for spotting a few crocodiles basking in the sun on the nearby rocks.