About the Hotel :
The panoramic environs of Kundalika Cottage, Kolad helps one to reconnect with nature. This cottage makes for a perfect host to those who visit Kolad for adventurous treks. The rooms are truly relaxing and vibrant, completely in-tune with the thrilling ambience of the place.
- Kundalika Cottage is equipped with all the basic facilities like room service, travel desk facility,
- 24-hour front desk service, 24-hour security facility and doctor-on-call facility.
- The hotel also arranges for kayaking, trekking, bonfire, river crossing, thrill of ATV or jet ski, barbeque, walk to the waterfall, angling, rope bridge crossing, rifle shooting, camping, tented accommodation and archery activities.
- For dining, the in- house restaurant serves delectable food for the guests while the coffee-shop is an ideal destination to spend leisure time.
About the Place :
Kolad is adventure getaway of Maharashtra where one can find farm stays, adventure activity oriented stays and white water rafting related stays around the Kundalika River. Rafting on Kundalika River is the only facility of its Kind in India that operates round the year.
Bhira Dam, also known as the Tata Power House Dam, was built by Tata Power Company in the year 1927. The water of this dam is used for irrigational purposes and power generation. It is a source of water for the Kundalika River which is popular for water rafting.
Tamhini Falls, popularly known as the Valse, is one of the popular attractions of Kolad. Surrounded by dense forests and valleys, various bird species visit this place during the monsoon season. The Kansai Waterfalls and hot springs at Uddhar are situated near this falls.
Ghosala Fort, located at the Roha Hills, is known for its architecture. This fort is situated in the middle of the Revdanda and the Salav Creeks. There are two temples along with a dargah in the fort
Sutarwadi Lake, situated in the middle of the Sahyadri mountain range, is an ideal place for bird watching.
Gaimukh is a small village and a pilgrimage centre. It is popular for an ancient Lord Shiva temple, where every year Mahashivaratri is celebrated. During the festival, a 15 days Gaimukh Mela is organised in the village. A cave temple, dedicated to Kuramvars, is another attraction of the place.
Kuda Caves, part of the Janjeera Hills, is located 200 ft above sea level. These are a group of 13 rock cut caves built by Buddhists. Sculptures of two elephants and several paintings and inscriptions can be seen at the entrance of the caves. Stupas of Lord Buddha can also be found
Dholwal Dam is located in the Sahyadri mountain range of Kolad. The dam is managed by the Department of Irrigation of Maharashtra. Water of the dam is used for the purpose of irrigation
Tala Fort was built by King Bhoja Raja in the 4th century. This fort is situated in the middle of hilly terrains and a forest at a height of 1000 ft above sea level. Beautiful view of the River Rajpuri can be seen from this fort.
Kolad Museum, commonly known as the Kolad’s Kashtashilp, is popular for Ramesh Ghone’s sculptures. These sculptures are made using bamboo and wood. Some of his works includes lamps and bas-relief carvings. Birds carved out of wood and images of human beings can also be seen at the museum.