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Things To Do
Discover the natural beauty and manmade wonders of this region. Visit the awe-inspiring Karla caves (temples carved out of a mountain) that date back to 220 BC. The rock cut Buddhist temple and the temple of Goddess Ekvira are marvels of ancient engineering.
After exploring the wonders in the wild, return to the resort and be restored at the Shillim Institute, where classes and workshops on art, culture, medicine, and more meet to create an enriching experience.
The nameof the fort is derived from the word ‘Tikon’ – triangle in Marathi. It is a popular trekking destination.
Also known as Kathingad or the difficult fort, this fort was used as a watch tower and for giving warning signals to other forts in the vicinity.
Similar to the Karla caves this group of 22 caves dates back to 200 BC.
Located on an ancient trading route that divided north India from South India, a visit to the Karla caves will take you back more than 2000 years.