Kundalika

At Kamat, Post: jamgaon, Taluka :Roha, off kolad mulshi road, District Raigadh Kolad Maharashtra India. Kundalika is a beautiful river originating in the Western Ghats of Maharashtra and ending into the Arabian Sea near the creek at Roha. The river flows through thick forests and rice fields of a region of what was earlier the princely state of Bhor.

It is the only river in Maharashtra on which white water rafting is possible. This river has two hydro electric power stations at Bhira and Ravalje. Rafting is done on the let off of these hydroelectric projects. The rafting experience is very nice with 13 km stretch with nice grade III and grade IV rapids.

Our property is a luxury tented camp on the banks of Kundalika River and is situated at the end of the rafting run. We have 20 Tents with attached toilet and bathrooms. We also provide adventure activities like Rappelling, valley Crossing, kayaking, campfire and barbecue etc.

Kundalika Rafting camp, located at Kolad in Kamath Village, is the Nature Trails Resorts stunning campsite on the banks of the Kundalika River. This Campsite boasts 20 full service luxury tents complete with all comforts and W.C, bath, intercom and locker facility. A 2 acre campus houses the Luxury tents and dining and camping areas. The surrounding area is a forest. A short trek through the campus forests leads one into the Kundalika river where one can spend an evening kayaking and dipping. Trained instructors and proper safety equipment make this a safe and fun activity. Wild boars, deer and atleast 20 species of birds can be easily spotted around the campus. Flying fox and raft building are other activities that can be indulged in by people of all ages. In fact the flying fox is an instant hit with the children as little as 3 years of age.

Nature Trails. If you are seeking resorts providing nature and adventure based weekend breaks, look no further. Kundalika Rafting Camp, Village Kamath, is just one of the fabulous properties owned by NT. See list of other fantastic Nature Trails properties here. Disclaimer: Singing our own praises is no crime. Not yet.