The water from this dam is distributed to both states. The dam is located near the border of Maharashtra and Karnataka and necessitated the relocation of several villages in the area. There are many reservoirs and the largest one is located near Belgaum in a village named Hajgoli in Maharashtra.
Surrounded by dense green forest, Tillari is home for a variety of animals and birds like Hornbill, Paradise Flycatcher, Drongo, Yellow-Browed Bulbul, Red-Whiskered Bulbul, Crimson-backed Sunbird, Orange-Headed Ground Thrush, Indian Scimitar Babbler and a lot more. Tilari is also home to several animals like wild boars, antelopes, deer, monkeys, bison, elephants, tigers and leopards. Gear up for an immersive 4 day photo tour to the Tilari Biodiversity tour and immerse yourself into the dense jungle experience with our wildlife experts.
It’s a paradise; spot the beauty in the ghats and the water falls at Swapnavel point. There 3 waterfalls which will dampen your eyes with the beauty of heaven. Fog, the lush green trees and in this season the fresh scent of green grass is worth it. But as this area is not developed as a tourist destination be prepared for hardships. No sign boards or milestones, no food and even for that matter petrol pumps so be prepared for all this before you leave. It is advisable to take food & water along.
Tilari forest is located in the hilly ranges of Konkan-Western Ghats corridor is a popular destination among nature and wildlife lovers. Situated in Dodamarg Taluka, in the state of Maharashtra and the largest one is situated in Chandgad taluk of Kolhapur District in Maharashtra constructed on Tilari River as the result of a joint project by the Maharashtra and Goa governments.