Saturday, October 27, 2007

Devbagh Resort - Jungle Lodges

Jungle Lodges and Resorts’ Devbagh Beach Resort
is located amidst a Casuarina grove on the charming Devbagh beach. The resort faces the shallow, safe and private beach just for JLR guests. The resort has well-appointed log huts on stilts, which have attached baths and tented cottages – twin-bedded, Swiss tents with attached baths.

The resort has the open-to-sides gazebo (Gol Ghar) exclusively for guests dining. The dining area fosters sharing of the day’s experiences among the guests.
Our resort has become popular for its water sports and other adventure activities. We offer snorkeling, speedboat cruises, banana boat rides and para-sailing. These water sports are conducted in association with M/s. J R Paradise Adventure Resorts vt. Ltd. The instructors of M/s. J R Paradise Adventure Resorts vt. Ltd. are experienced water sports personnel and adhere to very strict safety guidelines. Our equipment used in all these sports are imported and maintained to world-class standards.

Package includes Stay, Lunch, Dinner & Breakfast, Relax on the Beach, Visit to the nearby Island and Taxes. Water sports & snorkeling at extra cost.

* NOTE: Tariffs are per person per night on twin-sharing basis.

Overview of the destination

Devbagh beach Reort (DBR) at Karwar is a destination in itself. A island of sorts cut off from the main land by an estuary, its is located at the point where the Kali river meets the Arabian sea. The beach is one long stretch of clean sand. Along the ebach are Casuarina groves, among which accomodation is available. Its a beautiful place, not crowded by too many people and a large area to find your own privacy. A good option for stay up to 3 days.

Food, sight-seeing and shopping
We stayed at Jungle Lodges Devbagh Beach Resort (DBR) - so frankly, can't say much on eating options elsewhere. Meals at DBR are good with sufficient variety and catering to a range of tastes. Though no 5-star buffetts here, meals are enjoyable.

Activities & things to do
Water sports are available though snorkelling/diving is difficult as the sea bed is churned a lot by the Kali river emptying its waters close to the island. The morning nature walk is interesting though no major wildlife can be seen.

Travel tips, How to reach, travel warnings etc.
AIR: Nearest airport is Goa. From Goa airport, take a pre-paid taxi directly to Karwar (Rs1400 or so, 2.5hr journey). Or, take a cab to Goa's Kadamba Bus Stand & then a ST bus to Karwar. And from Karwar bus stand, a rickshaw to Jungle Lodges office. RAIL: Karwar on the Konkan railway is the nearest station.

Contact :-
Devbagh Beach Resort
Opposite Bhadra Hotel,
Kodibagh,Karwar, Uttara Kannada – 581 301
Tel: 08382-226596
Mobile: 98452 24432
Tel: 080-5597021, 24, 25 (Corporate Off)
Fax: 080-5586163(Corporate Off)
Web site:

Log huts: Indians: Rs. 1500/-, and Rs. 1350/- for subsequent nights;
Foreign citizens: US $40/-, and US $35/- for subsequent nights.
Tents: Indians: Rs. 1000/-, and Rs. 900/- for subsequent nights;
Foreign citizens: US $30/-, and US $25/- for subsequent nights.

1 comment:

vijay said...

Could you tag the Jungle Lodges office in Karwar on Google Earth? Need exact location for planning a trip by car.