Banasura Sagar Dam
Banasura Sagar Dam, which appropriates the Karamanathodu tributary of the Kabini River, is a piece of the Indian Banasurasagar Project comprising of a dam and a waterway extend begun in 1979. The objective of the venture is to help the Kakkayam Hydro electric power extend and fulfill the interest for water system and savoring water a locale known to have water deficiencies in regular dry periods. In the dam's repository there is an arrangement of islands that were framed when the supply submerged the encompassing regions. The islands with the Banasura slopes out of sight give a fabulous view. It is the biggest earth dam in India and the second biggest of its kind in Asia. The dam is comprised of monstrous piles of stones and boulders.The dam has turned into a mainstream vacationer goal. Many individuals visit the place to go trekking at the Banasura Hill and speed sailing at Banasura Sagar Dam. The Banasura Hill Resort, situated around 20 km from the dam was evaluated as Asia's biggest Earthen Resort by BBC. Speed and pedal water crafts are accessible and are real hits with visitors. Speed vessel ride, specifically, is an elating background and not to be missed.