Rappelling, Mountain Biking, Trekking through Caves and Rock-shelters, with 17000 year old rock paintings (MP Ecotourism Society Kathotiya). The activities here are conducted by a society formed by the local villagers who have been professionally trained by the MP Ecotourism Board and have been allotted land and equipment for the same. The charges typically vary from 150 to 200 per person for the activities for a group of 6 people.
Nature Walks, Walk up to the Dam, Morning Walks by the Lakeside.
Jungle Drives to the various view points, Bhagner, Maldoh etc and River Trekking. This involves a drive by a 4x4 Gypsy to a location in the forest, about 15 to 20 km from the lodge, whereafter the trek along and onto the river commences. Charges typically, for a group of 6 vary from 3000 to 3500
Wildlife Safari, Night Safari. The drives into the Core, which take place during the early morning and the evening time, involves a ride in a 4x4 vehicle. The Night Drive takes place in the Buffer area and the protected forests and mostly follows the hardtop roads. The night drives are priced at 2000/- for 6 people. The drives into the core areas, during the day, are priced between 3000 to 3500 for up to 6 people and also additionally involves the forest gate entry charges, payable directly at the gate of the part, which are approximately 700, or as may be notified from time to time by the forest department.
Visit to Temple inside the Forest, Kehri Ka Mahadev. The is a part of the Core Area Drive.
Visit to Old Historical Fort, Ginnorgarh. WW2 Internee Camp at Delavadi and a visit to the Community Arts & Craft Centre at Village Bamnai etc. The drive into the Ginnorgarh Fort, involves a ride in a 4x4 vehicle and takes place during the daytime and also involves a partial last mile trek, up to the Fort. The is priced between 2500 to 3000 for up to 6 people, if a Gypsy is Hired and also additionally involves the forest gate entry charges, payable directly at the gate of the part, which are approximately 700, or as may be notified from time to time by the forest department. This drive, up to a certain point can also be done by the guests in their own vehicle and a Gypsy need not necessarily be hired, the only difference being the extent of the Trek, which would increase.
Visit to a hilltop religious shrine, the Salkanpur Temple. This can be done by the guests in their own vehicle and would not require or involve any entry charges, except a nominal entry ticket at the foot of the hill, levied by the society managing the shrine.
Visit the Buddhist Stupas built by the Emperor Ashoka, 2300 years ago (3rd Century BC) - ASI National Monument - Saru-Maru Caves. This can be done by the guests in their own vehicle and would not require or involve any entry charges.
Visit the religious shrine in the forest, Tapkeshwar Mahadev Temple. This is a trek which would require a guide. The approach is from the Saru Maru Caves itself and is about 5 km in distance on foot. Although accessible up to the last mile by a 4x4 / Gypsy, a trek is always advisable, being scenic and enjoyable.
Bheembaithika, The UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE.
Jhiri, the point of origination of River Betwa.