The Guhantara Resort is India’s first underground cave resort. It is 300 m below the ground level and man-made wonder for the hangout with your loved ones. There are 18 fully furnished suits where you can have your leisure time with luxury. The whole resort is air-cooled and designed like an underground cave. The other attractions of this resort are multi-cuisine restaurants, coffee lounge, Playground, artificial lake, swimming pools, and the most interesting factor is that there are 15000 trees surrounded this resort.

The resort is also divided according to your interest like if you want to enjoy visuals then Rangmandapa auditorium is there, Madushala is the name of the bar where you can experience the quality liquor, For relaxing Agastya Kuteer- The Spa is there and for food, Smbhojna is there where wast range of vegetarian and Nonvegetarian food is available.   There are various adventure sports for quenching the thirst of adventure i.e quad bike ride, zipline, zorbing and apart of it you can also play various outdoor and indoor games. Here you can choose a day out as well as full-day options. It is one of the units of Rashi Eco-Tourism.  


The facilities provided here are as follows

  • Wifi
  • Transport on request
  • Handicapped Support
  • CCTV Protection
  • Multiple Payment Options
  • Customer Friendly Staff
  • Safety Protocols


There are 3 types of packages available which are as follows

Day Out- This package is for the day only. The cost of this package is  ₹1000/- per person. In this package, you will have breakfast, lunch, hi-tea with snacks, complimentary games. Timings for this package are from 9:00 AM to 5:30 AM.   

Full-Day- The full-day package is of ₹1450/- per person. The timings are 9:00 AM to 10:30 PM. In this package, inclusions are breakfast, dinner & lunch, hi-tea with snacks, complimentary games. 

Hi-Tea & Dinner- The cost of this package is ₹850/- per person and the inclusions are welcome-drink, dinner, hi-tea snacks, complimentary games. Timings for this package is     4:00 PM to 10:30 PM.  

Other than the package you can also stay at night where you have a range of suits which you can choose according to your budget. The decorated rooms look and feel like a cave which is well equipped and furnished with the state of the art modern technology. 

Best Time To Visit The Guhantara Resort

This restaurant remains in operational mode throughout the year. Especially on the weekends, this resort has more visitors.

How to Reach Guhantara

The resort is 30km away from Banglore City. It is located on the Kanakpura road.  The road journey is the best and only option to reach there from Banglore.

Some Points to Remember 

  •  You must wear nylon swimwear at all times when you are in the swimming pool.
  •  All activities and accessories will be provided to you according to the availability.
  • Carry essential Id-Proof
  • Keep an eye on your children if they are playing near the poolside to avoid any kind of accident.
  • Children must be accompanied by guardians.
  • Do not put any religious comments on the other visitors. It will hurt the sentiments.
  • Try to avoid heated arguments with others. It may spoil your enjoyment. If you are facing any difficulty then report immediately to the manager or staff.  
  • Confirm  the booking over the phone again before going to avoid any last-minute change 

Other Places to See Near Guhantara

  • Lalbagh Botanical Garden

Previously it named Lalbagh and made under the rulership of King Hyder Ali and later maintained by Tipu Sultan. It is an old Botanical Garden which also manged by several British Superintendents during the colonial era. On Independence Day and Republic day there is a flower exhibition that takes place every year. This garden has a lake also.  

  • Cubbon Park

The alternative name of this park is Sri Chamarajendra Park. It is located at the heart of silicon city Bangalore. It is created by British Cheif Engineer Major General Richard Shankey of Mysore state. Formerly its name was Cubbon Park then later in 1927 to commemorate the Sri Krishnaraja Wodeyar its name changed from Cubbon Park to Sri Chamarajendra Park. 

  • Bangalore Palace

It is the royal palace of Bangalore, Karnataka. It is now famous as Central College.

  • Bannerghatta Biological Park

It was founded in 1970 and declared as National Park in 1974. Later in 2002, an area of the park is reserved as biological park. In this park, there is a zoo, animal rescue center, butterfly reserve, aquarium, snake house. It is a best place to hang out with your kids and loved ones. There is an ancient temple also in this park where you can feel the peace. 

  • Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace

It is the most beautiful palace in Bangalore. It is one of the examples of beautiful Indo-Islamic architecture. It was the summer residence of emperor Tipu Sultan. It is the part of Bangalore Fort. This palace was built in 1791. This palace is administered and maintained by the Archeological Survey of India.  

  • Nandi Temple

This old temple is under the Bugle Rock Park. This temple is known as Dodda Basavana Gudi and said to be the biggest temple dedicated to the demi goad Nandi and also known as ‘ Vahana’ of Lord Shiva. The other interesting factor is that near this temple there is another temple adjoining dedicated to Lord Ganesh.

  • Visvesvaraiya Industrial & Technological Museum

It is the unit of the National Council of Science Museum. It is dedicated to Bharata Ratna Sir M Visvesvaraya. It is constructed in the Cubbon Park. It was inaugurated by Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru in 1962. 

  • Isckon Temple Bangalore

This temple is situated in the Rajaji Nagar, Bangalore. This sacred place is dedicated to Shri Radha and Shri Krishna. It was inaugurated by Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma, President of India. 

  • Vidhan Sabha

It is the legislative assembly of Bangalore, Karnataka. This building was built-in 1956. The architecture of this building is on the basis of Indo – Saracenic and Dravidian styles.

This is all about Guhantara Resort. So- “ Stay Blessed, Keep Traveling”