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Blackbuck trails
Coracle rides
Nature walk
Visit to heritage monuments


Hyderabad - 130Km
Bangalore - 730Km
Gulbarga - 120Km

Resort Contact Info

Vilaspur Taluk, Bidar District.
Bidar - 585401 karnataka, India
Manager: Mr. Manjunath
Contact Number: 9449599774
Resort Number: 8971009118/9663883104
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  • Dress for comfort. Do avoid bright colours and stick to muted shades of green, black, grey and brown. The more you meld with the background, the better.
  • Wear comfortbale walking shoes.
  • Avoid smoking - anything can start a forest fire.
  • You'll be spending a lot of time outdoors. Don't forget your hat, sunscreen, sunglasses, torch, etc.
  • Avoid plastics. We're really trying to cut down on plastics.

Nearby tourist spots

Gulbarga Fort

18 km from Bidar, the former Bahmani capital, lies a stretch of land where the endangered blackbuck roams free. The Blackbuck Resort is nestled cozily next to the Vilaspur Lake, close to the Honnikeri Reserve Forest.  Just when you begin to adjust to the unforgiving beauty of the surroundings, the silence, as if on cue, is broken by the chorus of birds. Reminding us, that even the somber does smile.


The unbroken landscape startles you with its deception. The Honnikeri Reserve Forest is an expanse of calm and serenity. Your cottage stands right at the lake's shore, offering the best seats in the house for the spectacular shows nature puts up here. Early mornings and late evenings are spent following the blackbuck. A nature walk gives you plenty of opportunity to spot birds, especially the rather bold peacock. In the right months, the lake is good for a nice, quiet coracle ride. During the day, explore the city of Bidar where the relics of the Bahmani Dynasty open a chapter in history. A mix of Persian, Turkish and Hindu architectural styles testify to the various cultural influences this erstwhile capital city has witnessed. A heritage jewel box, Bidar sits like a rather ornate brooch on the heart of the Deccan Plateau. At night, after a wonderful meal, spend some time making wishes upon stars and then retire with the lullaby of the wind in your ears.


Between October and February is ideally the best time to visit. The weather is mild and the surroundings are painted in shades of green. The summer months from March to mid June are dry and sultry during the day and cool and pleasant at night. During July, August and September, the monsoons offer a different experience of the place altogether.


For the past 10 years we have been visiting JLR resorts at Cauvery,BR Hills ,Bhadra etc.I would like to place on record our deep appreciation of the services and the personal attention of the staff.The attention to detail and the warmth and hospitality our excellent. Our last stay was at Bandipur from 6th to 8th August 2013.Excellent stay.

K.S.David Fmr Managing Director, Goodricke Group, Camellia PLC , U.K read more