Khalwani Eco-Tourism is located near the Dyke -4, along the bank of a perennial stream fed by the waters released from the Godbole Gate. The area is surrounded by hillocks bearing typical deciduous forests of this area. The chirping of birds, the flowing waters of Narmada, the undulating terrain and the various shades of green foliage makes this place ideal for camping and hiking. The proximity of Shoolpaneshwar Sanctuary will hold sway for wildlife enthusiasts.
For accommodation tree house and tents are available. It has various facilities like children play area, campfire zone, amphitheatre, nursery, painting kits with herbal colours for children, nature education etc.
There would be several activities for tourists such as:
- Bird-watching: A Birding Trail is made, passing through different stretches along the stream and mountains.
- Breakfast with Butterflies: The forest is home to more than 100 species of butterflies, the flying jewels. Plantation of larval host plants and nectar source plants are done around the campsite. The visitors enjoy with them right at their doorsteps.
- Tree Walk: It is a forest trail that covers the majority of the floral diversity of the landscape and it is an attraction for botany enthusiasts to study and supplement their knowledge.
Cycling: Bicycles are made available to move along the specified forest tracks.
Visitors will have an adrenaline rush through activities like River Rafting, Trekking, Rock Climbing, botanical exploration and Selfie on Burma Bridge.
They can also acquaint themselves to the tribal culture by tasting Tribal Tea/Herbal Kava, juices from local fruits like Jamun, Amla, Imli, Mango etc. and authentic tribal food. Visitors can get a first-hand knowledge of apiary, poultry, pottery, archery and painting using herbal colours.
Nature lovers can become Forest Conservators and celebrate days of national & international importance pertaining to nature & environment at the campsite, get hands-on training at nursery & tree plantation, training in seed-ball making and conduct nature education camps.