Dandeli is a beautiful town located in the Indian state of Karnataka. This place is said to be named after a local king Dandakanayaka. When he arrived at this place, he was astonished by its palluring location. He decided to develop the place and named it after himself. At present, this place is thronged by a large number of visitors throughout the calendar year.
Dandeli is perched in the murky Western Ghats & is fed by the waters of Kali River. It is endowed with the beautiful woods that are a home to exuberant flora and fauna. With such alluring geographical location, the climate of Dandeli is described as subtropical. The summer season is humid as the median temperature touches 39°C. The winter season experiences pleasant weather as the average temperatures scale between 13°C-17°C. Dandeli receives an ample amount of rainfall with 2800 mm annually.
Over the years, Dandeli has emerged as a popular tourist site in Karnataka. It houses beguiling places that captivate the visitors. The Hindu temples like Nagadevta Mandir, Shri Rama Temple, Lambodara Temple etc. & Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary, Kavla Caves and River Kali are some frequented sites in Dandeli.