About Bisle Ghat

Bisle is a reserve forest along the border of Hassan and Dakshina Kannada districts of Karnataka. The forest is dense and deep and have lot of lush vegetation. Animals like leopard, chital, Gaur, Malabar giant squirrel etc can be spotted in the forest. There is a view point at Bisle known as the Bisle beauty spot. A lot of mountains and and forest can be viewed from here. The forest here is full of streams and rocks. During the monsoon it rains really heavy and the whole forest will be misty through out the day. Through the forest there is a road connecting Kukke Subrahmanya to Sakaleshpura. The 30km stretch passes through the reserve forest. The village at the start of the reserve forest is also known by the name of Bisle.

Places nearby Bisle Ghat

Besttime for Bisle Ghat

Best time to enjoy Bisle ghat is the month of August and September. It will be misty and forest will be lush with streams. Bisle Ghat can be visited till February.

Food and Accomodation

Sakaleshpura (65km away) is the nearest town with hotels and lodging options. Vanganoor Kudurasthe has small shops with food and beverage options.

Reaching Bisle Ghat

Bisle Ghat is 265km from Bangalore.

Route 1: Bangalore - Nelamangala - Kunigal - Channarayanapatana - Hassan - Sakaleshpura - Sukravarasanthe - Hethur - Vanganoor Kudurasthe - Bisle

From bangalore direct buses(KSRTC) and trains(IRCTC) are available to Sakaleshpura. From Sakaleshpura there are two services to Bisle one in the morning around 8:00AM and one in the noon around 2:30PM. If u miss this straight bus then there are buses to Kudurasthe(13km away from Bisle) from Sakaleshpura. From Kudurasthe pivate jeeps are available to Bisle.

Bisle Ghat Trips


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