If you’re looking for something thrilling to do in Dandeli, consider caving at Kavala Caves.
The Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary is home to the caverns, which are said to date back to prehistoric times and were created by a volcano.
The cave is accessible by descending 375 stairs and encountering the stalagmite formations that predominate in Kavala Caves. Feel ecstatic as you ascend tiny stairwells and journey to the cave.
When you get to the cave, you will find it completely dark, with snakes and bats living within.
The cave was formed naturally in the shape of a Shivlinga, and it features a shrine at its entrance.