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Paradise Wild Hills Resort – Kodachadri, Kollur

Paradise Wild Hills Resort

Kollur Kodachadri Road
Gowrikere,
Nittur,
Kollur 577452
Phone: +919008444890

Located at the foothills of the rich, lush and scenic Western Ghats and at a mere 20-minute distance from the auspicious Kollur Mookambika Temple, Paradise Wild Hills, Kodachadri is the perfect spot for nature lovers, trekkers and pilgrimage travellers to relax and unwind.

Paradise Wild Hills is a luxury resort surrounded by the lush green foliage of the Western Ghats. At Paradise Wild Hills, guests can completely immerse themselves into the quiet, peaceful and serene surroundings of the Kodachadri Hills and experience the untouched beauty of its scenic location. The fresh air, the chirping birds and the lush green surroundings enable the guests to destress and revitalise their mind, body and soul.

Paradise Wild Hills offer a wide range of activities to engage our every guest, whether they are children, parents, pilgrims, trekkers, etc. Paradise Wild Hills do not give our guests reasons to get bored. Paradise Wild Hills Resort has various indoor games, a tennis court, a basketball court, a range of adventure activities, bonfire facilities, cycling tracks and so much more. If you are someone who simply wants to relax and not do anything on a holiday, then you have Paradise Wild Hills cosy rooms and picturesque surroundings to help you.

Delicious food that is prepared with love and care is offered to Paradise Wild Hills guests at the resort. Paradise Wild Hills have separate veg and non-veg restaurants.

· Malgudi Café serves pure-vegetarian South Indian delicacies to satisfy the food needs of Paradise Wild Hills vegetarian guests.

· Seashells Restaurant serves coastal seafood cuisine for Paradise Wild Hills non-veg loving guests. All seafood is freshly-sourced from the Malpe harbour.

If you love the mountains and wish to spend your vacations in such unspoilt mountain terrains, then you must visit the scenic Paradise Wild Hills Resort in Kodachadri, Karnataka. Just 400 km from Bangalore and a two-hour drive from Udupi, it is the perfect location for travellers exploring Karnataka’s natural heritage and beauty.

Source: Paradise Wild Hills Website

Dr. Shivaram Karanth – Balveye Belaku Lifestyle Museum, Puttur

Dr. Shivaram KaranthBalveye

Belaku Lifestyle Museum,
Shivarama Karantha Balavana Swimming Pool,
Parladka,
Puttur,
Karnataka


Kota Shivaram Karanth (10 October 1902 – 9 December 1997) was an Indian polymath, who was a novelist in Kannada language, playwright and conservationist. Ramachandra Guha called him the “Rabindranath Tagore of Modern India, who has been one of the finest novelists-activists since independence”. He was the third writer to be decorated with the Jnanpith Award for Kannada, the highest literary honor conferred in India.

Info: Wiki

Tinton Resorts & Water Park – Belve, Udupi

Tinton Resorts & Water Park

KarnatakaThombathu, Hengavalli Post,
(via)Goliangadi,
Kundapura Taluk,
Udupi District,
Near Varahi River,
Belve,
Karnataka 576212
Phone: +919481672769

Want to flee the city? Here’s where you can spend the weekend and still be back to work on Monday.

It’s easy to see why procuring a summer booking at Tinton Resorts lovely homestay, and water park is the best thing you can do on the weekend, especially tagging little kids along. But while the Instagrammable river frontage and expansive gardens are a draw, it’s the highly coveted lush lodgings, floating restaurants and tree houses – that will get your brood grinning. Activity-wise, there’s enough to keep the whole family entertained and if nothing else-soaking in the pool amounts to relaxation at it’s best

The old favourites at any water park are still thriving, from the water slides, rain dance and rainbow shower, to the paddle boat, kayak, zip-line and the children’s play area flanked by the basketball court and various other outdoor sports. Other star turns include a well-equipped gym, ATV ride and a paintball area.

Although serving a wide variety of food and beverages, the grub is nothing to boast of and could surely use some improvement; while the blaring music that keeps playing all through the day could be toned down a bit, especially when one wants just to put up your feet and relax. The drive towards the Tinton Resorts is a long one, but thanks to GPS, it’s hard to lose track of, and the location lets you access famous attractions like Agumbe Sunset, Kollur Mookambika temple, Koodlu falls, Murudeshwar temple, Udupi Krishna temple, Malpe Beach, Maravanthe Beach etc.

Predictably, school vacations are the busiest times to go. Best to go in big groups to be able to enjoy all the resort’s facilities while still having the much-needed break from city life. While Tinton Resorts claim to have Wi-Fi, none of the mobile networks picks up in the area, except for maybe Airtel. Works out great for those who want to cut off contact with technology and bask in the smoothening freshness of nature.

Highly recommended: At Tinton Resorts the water slides provide an adrenaline-pumping experience and should not be missed!

Tinton Resorts & Water Park - Belve, Udupi, Karnataka
Tinton Resorts & Water Park – Belve, Udupi, Karnataka
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Musical Fountain – Kadri Park

Musical Fountain – Kadri Park

Opp. Kadri Park
Kadri Nanthoor
Mangalore

Opening today (07-Jan-2018) at 8PM by CM of Katnataka.

Musical Fountain - Kadri Park, Mangalore
Musical Fountain – Kadri Park, Mangalore
Musical Fountain - Kadri Park, Mangalore
Musical Fountain – Kadri Park, Mangalore

 

Cafe Kart – NH-75

Cafe Kart

NH-75, KANNUR
MANGALURU – BENGALURU HIGHWAY,
NEAR KUNNUR MOSQUE,
KANNUR POST
Mangalore, KARNATAKA 575007

A Sip of Coffee, Some Vroom and lots of fun – Cafe Kart

Waiting for that fun filled Weekend?..?

Can’t wait till the weekend?..?
Then here it is!! Mangalore’s first ever Go-Karting track !!
Filled with loads of fun and excitement Stands by the Beautiful River, Nethravati in a Picturesque View of it’s own.
Enjoy all of this while having that whipped latte at our own Speciality Cafe.
Why wait for the weekend?
See you all at track 😉

Drive Fare - Cost - Cafe Kart - NH 73, Kannur, Mangalore
Drive Fare – Cost – Cafe Kart – NH 73, Kannur, Mangalore

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Yana, Karnataka

Yana

Sahyadri mountain range,
Uttara Kannada district,
Karnataka

Yana is 228 KM (4 h 23 min) from Mangalore.

Yana is a village located in forests of the Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka, India which is known for the unusual karst rock formations. It is located in the Sahyadri mountain range of the Western Ghats, about 60 kilometres (37 mi) from Karwar port, 40 kilometres (25 mi) from Sirsi, and 31 kilometres (19 mi) from Kumta. The two unique rock outcrops near the village are a tourist attraction and easily approachable by a small trek through 0.5 kilometres (0.31 mi) of thick forests from the nearest road head.

Yana, Karnataka
Yana, Karnataka

Yana is famous for these two massive rock outcrops known as the Bhairaveshwara Shikhara and the Mohini Shikhara (“Shikhara” means “hill”). The huge rocks are composed of solid black, crystalline karst limestone. Bhairaveshwara Shikhara is 120 metres (390 ft) in height, while the Mohini Shikhara, which is smaller, is 90 metres (300 ft) in height. Yana is also well known as a pilgrimage centre because of the cave temple below the Bhairaveshwara Shikhara where a Swayambhu (“self manifested”, or “that which is created by its own accord”) linga has been formed. Water drips from the roof over the linga, adding to the sanctity of the place.

During annual festivities held here during the Shivaratri, a car festival is also held. The place and surrounding hillocks are also known for ever green scenic forest.

Text Source: wikipedia.org
Post Credit: Mahesh B R

Thumbe Vented Dam – Kallige

Thumbe Vented Dam

Kallige,
Farangipet,
Karnataka 574219

The vented dam is situated at Thumbe and is called Thumbe vented dam. The Thumbe vented dam is the only source of drinking water for Mangaluru (Mangalore) city and surrounding areas. The height of the new vented dam is 12 M, water could be stored up to 7 M. The new dam has 30 vents (through which water flows) and 29 piers.

Thumbe Vented Dam - Kallige, Farangipet, Karnataka
Thumbe Vented Dam
Thumbe Vented Dam - Kallige, Farangipet, Karnataka
Thumbe Vented Dam
Thumbe Vented Dam - Kallige, Farangipet, Karnataka
Thumbe Vented Dam

 

Post Credit: Ashok Wilson D Souza

Tunga Dam, Shimoga

Tunga Dam, Shimoga

The Tunga Dam is 190 Kmts from Mangalore.

The Tunga River (Kannada : ತುಂಗ ನದಿ) (alternatively spelled Thunga) is a river in Karnataka state, southern India. The river is born in the Western Ghats on a hill known as Varaha Parvata at a place called Gangamoola. From here, the river flows through two districts in Karnataka – Chikmagalur District and Shimoga District. It is 147 km long and merges with the Bhadra River at Koodli, a small town near Shimoga City, Karnataka. The river is given the compound name Tungabhadra from this point on. The Tungabhadra flows eastwards and merges with the Krishna River in Andhra Pradesh.

It has a dam built across it at Gajanur, and a larger dam has been built across the compound Tungabhadra river at Hospet.

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Tungabhadra Dam, Shimoga – AroundMangalore.com – Around Mangalore
Tungabhadra Dam, Shimoga - AroundMangalore.com - Around Mangalore
Tungabhadra Dam, Shimoga – AroundMangalore.com – Around Mangalore
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Tungabhadra Dam, Shimoga – AroundMangalore.com – Around Mangalore
Tungabhadra Dam, Shimoga - AroundMangalore.com - Around Mangalore
Tungabhadra Dam, Shimoga – AroundMangalore.com – Around Mangalore

About 15 km upstream from Shimoga at Gajanur across the River Tunga, a dam was constructed. At Lakkavalli about 15 km upstream of Bhadravati across the Bhadra a dam was constructed. They are multipurpose dams and irrigate lands in Shimoga, Chikkamagalur, Davanagere and Haveri.

Tungabhadra Dam is across the river Tungabhadra, a tributary of River Krishna. The dam is near the town of Hosapete in Karnataka. It is considered a multipurpose dam. Its storage capacity is 135 Tmcft. Owing to siltation, the capacity has been reduced by about 30 Tmcft. If there are seasonal and late rains, the dam distributes the estimated quantity of 235 Tmcft. It is filled when water is let into the canals during the rainy season. The main architect of the dam was Thirumalai Iyengar, an engineer from Madras; a general-purpose hall was named after him. (Multipurpose dams help in generation of electricity, irrigation of land, prevention and control of floods, etc.) It has become a picnic or tourist spot over the years. Tungabhadra Dam is near heritage site Hampi.

Few miles upstream the Tungabhadra river from Mantralayam town, Interstate Rajolibanda barrage is located which supplies water for irrigation in Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh on the right bank of river.

At Sunkesula, about 25 km upstream from Kurnool, a barrage was constructed around 1860 by the British engineer, hailed as Bhagiratha for Andhras, Arthur Cotton. Originally it was intended to be used for navigation also. As the road and rail transportation increased it is now an irrigation project, for Kurnool and Kadapa districts, carrying water through the K. C. Canal (Kurnool-Cuddapah; until recently Kadapa was spelled “Cuddapah”). The barrage was replaced by the Kotla Vijayabhaskara Reddy Project, a permanent dam. It impounds about 15,000,000,000 cubic feet (0.42 km3) of water and irrigates about 300,000 acres (1,200 km2) of land in Kurnool and Kadapa districts.

Text Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tunga_River & en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tungabhadra_River
Photo Credit: Vinayak Jituri

Sakrebyle Elephant Camp, Shimoga

Sakrebyle Elephant Camp, Shimoga

The Sakrebyle Elephant Camp is a forest camp for captive elephants in Karnataka. Situated at a distance of 14 km from Shimoga on the Shimoga-Thirthahalli Road, it is considered to be the best camp for training elephants in the state. The camp is maintained by the Karnataka Forest Department.

The Sakrebyle Elephant Camp attracts wildlife enthusiasts and tourists alike. It is one of those ecotourism centres in Karnataka that offers general people an opportunity to look at the huge tuskers from close quarters.

Sakrebyle Elephant Camp is 180 Kmts from Mangalore.

Timing: 8:30 AM to 11:00 AM (All Days of the Week)

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Sakrebailu Elephant Camp, Shimoga – AroundMangalore.com – Around Mangalore
Sakrebailu Elephant Camp, Shimoga - AroundMangalore.com - Around Mangalore
Sakrebailu Elephant Camp, Shimoga – AroundMangalore.com – Around Mangalore
Sakrebailu Elephant Camp, Shimoga - AroundMangalore.com - Around Mangalore
Sakrebailu Elephant Camp, Shimoga – AroundMangalore.com – Around Mangalore
Sakrebailu Elephant Camp, Shimoga - AroundMangalore.com - Around Mangalore
Sakrebailu Elephant Camp, Shimoga – AroundMangalore.com – Around Mangalore

Photo Credit: Vinayak Jituri
Text Source: karnataka.com/shimoga/sakrebailu-elephant-camp

Mandagadde Bird Sanctuary – Shimoga

Mandagadde Bird Sanctuary

Mandagadde Bird Sanctuary is an island located near the Mandagadde village which is 30 km from the Shimoga town in Shimoga district in the Indian state of Karnataka. The island spans an area of 1.14 acres and it is surrounded by forest and a river named Tunga.

Mandagadde is one of the 20 important sanctuaries in the country and attracts birds in large numbers between July and September. Several species of birds lay eggs on the island in sanctuary during July to September, with peak season of August. The birds prefer the top branches of the trees for nesting as the island is partially submerged by the swollen river during monsoon.

This sanctuary is a bird watcher’s delight, with the island being a perfect heaven for bird nesting with over 5,000 birds here during the peak season.[2] A watchtower has been put up for viewing different species of birds. Boating can be taken for closer viewing of the nesting birds.

Mandagadde Bird Sanctuary is 172 Kmts from Mangalore.

Mandagadde Bird Sanctuary - Mandagadde village, Shimoga, Karnataka
Mandagadde Bird Sanctuary – Mandagadde village, Shimoga, Karnataka
Mandagadde Bird Sanctuary - Mandagadde village, Shimoga, Karnataka
Mandagadde Bird Sanctuary – Mandagadde village, Shimoga, Karnataka
Mandagadde Bird Sanctuary - Mandagadde village, Shimoga, Karnataka
Mandagadde Bird Sanctuary – Mandagadde village, Shimoga, Karnataka
Mandagadde Bird Sanctuary - Mandagadde village, Shimoga, Karnataka
Mandagadde Bird Sanctuary – Mandagadde village, Shimoga, Karnataka
Mandagadde Bird Sanctuary - Mandagadde village, Shimoga, Karnataka
Mandagadde Bird Sanctuary – Mandagadde village, Shimoga, Karnataka

Post & Photo Credit: Vinayak Jituri
Text Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mandagadde_Bird_Sanctuary

Kundadri Hills – Agumbe, Shimoga

Kundadri Hills – Agumbe, Shimoga,

Kundadri is a hill (826 mt) with dense forests in the Western Ghats located in Shimoga District Karnataka State, India.It is 70 km from Udupi city. This hill is known for 17th century Jain temple dedicated to Thirthankara and the place is known to have given shelter to one Kundakunda Muni during earlier centuries.The main deity of this temple is Parshwanatha, 23rd tirthankar. Two small ponds formed by the rock on one side of this temple provided water to earlier sages. Government of Karnataka joined hands with a philanthropist from Mumbai to construct an all-weather road to the top of the hill.

Kundadri Hills is 120 Kmts from Mangalore.

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Kundadri Hills – Agumbe, Shimoga, Karnataka – AroundMangalore.com – Around Mangalore
Kundadri Hills - Agumbe, Shimoga, Karnataka - AroundMangalore.com - Around Mangalore
Kundadri Hills – Agumbe, Shimoga, Karnataka – AroundMangalore.com – Around Mangalore
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Kundadri Hills – Agumbe, Shimoga, Karnataka – AroundMangalore.com – Around Mangalore
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Kundadri Hills – Agumbe, Shimoga, Karnataka – AroundMangalore.com – Around Mangalore
Kundadri Hills - Agumbe, Shimoga, Karnataka - AroundMangalore.com - Around Mangalore
Kundadri Hills – Agumbe, Shimoga, Karnataka – AroundMangalore.com – Around Mangalore

Post & Photo Credit: Vinayak Jituri
Text Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kundadri

Jogigundi Falls, Agumbe

Jogigundi Falls,
Agumbe,
Karnataka

Jogigundi Falls, Agumbe is 112 Kmts from Mangalore

Jogigundi Falls, Agumbe, Karnataka - Around Mangalore - AroundMangalore.com
Jogigundi Falls, Agumbe, Karnataka – Around Mangalore – AroundMangalore.com
Jogigundi Falls, Agumbe, Karnataka - Around Mangalore - AroundMangalore.com
Jogigundi Falls, Agumbe, Karnataka – Around Mangalore – AroundMangalore.com
Jogigundi Falls, Agumbe, Karnataka - Around Mangalore - AroundMangalore.com
Jogigundi Falls, Agumbe, Karnataka – Around Mangalore – AroundMangalore.com

Post & Photo Credit: Vinayak Jituri
Video Credit: Ishwar Katwe

Agumbe Sunset View Point, Agumbe

Agumbe (Kannada: ಆಗುಂಬೆ) is a small village located in Shimoga district, Thirthahalli taluk in the Malnad region of Karnataka, India. It is sometimes called “The Cherrapunji of the South” after Cherrapunji, in Northeast India. Agumbe is associated with rainforest conservation efforts, documentation of medicinal plants, tourism (trekking and photography), and promotion of cottage industry.

Agumbe Sunset View Point is located around 110 Kmts from Mangalore.

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Agumbe Sunset View Point, Agumbe, Karnataka – AroundMangalore.com
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Agumbe Sunset View Point, Agumbe, Karnataka - AroundMangalore.com
Agumbe Sunset View Point, Agumbe, Karnataka – AroundMangalore.com
Agumbe Sunset View Point, Agumbe, Karnataka - AroundMangalore.com
Agumbe Sunset View Point, Agumbe, Karnataka – AroundMangalore.com

Post & Photo Credit: Vinayak Jituri
Text Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agumbe

Madikeri, Coorg

Madikeri, Coorg 

Madikeri, Coorg is 150Kmts from Mangalore.

Madikeri is a hill station town in Karnataka state, India. Also known as Mercara, it is the headquarters of the district of Kodagu (also called Coorg). It is a popular tourist destination.

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Namdroling Monastery – Coorg – AroundMangalore.com – Around Mangalore

The history of Madikeri is related to the history of Kodagu. From the 2nd to the 6th century AD, the northern part of Kodagu was ruled by Kadambas. The southern part of Kodagu was ruled by Gangas from the 4th to the 11th century. After defeating the Gangas in the 11th century, Cholas became the rulers of Kodagu. In the 12th century, the Cholas lost Kodagu to the Hoysalas. Kodagu fell to the Vijayanagar kings in the 14th century. After their fall, the local chieftains like Karnambahu (Palegars) started ruling their areas directly. They were defeated by Haleri Dynasty founder Veeraraju, (Nephew of Ikkeri Sadashiva Nayaka who were descendants of Talakadu Ganga Dynasty), and his father in-law Bomma Gowda, the Seeme Gowda of Haleri kings. In the year 1700AD Ikkeri Somashekara Nayaka gifted Puttur and Amara Sullia Magnes of Tulunadu to Haleri Kings. Descendants of Veeraraju who are known as “Haleri Dynasty” ruled Kodagu from 1600-1834 AD. Haleri king Mudduraja built the Fort in Madikeri and made it [2]as their capital. Mudduraja, the third Haleri king started leveling the land around Madikeri and built a fort in the year 1681. Madikeri Fort which was original built of mud and was replaced by Tipu Sultan. Kodagu became the part of British India after 1834 AD.

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Namdroling Monastery – Coorg – AroundMangalore.com – Around Mangalore
Namdroling Monastery - Coorg - AroundMangalore.com - Around Mangalore
Namdroling Monastery – Coorg – AroundMangalore.com – Around Mangalore
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Abbey Falls – Madikeri, Coorg – AroundMangalore.com – Around Mangalore
Madikeri, Coorg - AroundMangalore.com - Around Mangalore
Madikeri, Coorg – AroundMangalore.com – Around Mangalore

Text Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Madikeri
Photo Credit: Shaun Gonsalves

Manjarabad Fort, Sakleshpura

Manjarabad Fort is 125 Kmts from Mangalore.

Manjarabad fort is a star fort built in 1792 by Tipu Sultan the then ruler of Mysore on the pattern of the military forts developed by the French architect Sébastien Le Prestre de Vauban. It is in the Hassan district in the Indian state of Karnataka.

The fort is located 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) away from the Sakaleshpura town to its south west, which is on the right bank of the Hemavati River, 23 miles (37 km) from Hassan on the National Highway no 48 that runs from Bangalore to Mangalore. Sakaleshpura is the headquarters of Manjiraba taluk and is a municipality.

Since the fort is located on a hill at an elevation of 988 metres (3,241 ft), it gives a clear and commanding view of the surroundings. On a clear day, even the Arabian Sea can also be seen from the fort.

Manjarabad Fort, Sakleshpura, Karnataka
Manjarabad Fort, Sakleshpura, Karnataka
Manjarabad Fort, Sakleshpura, Karnataka
Manjarabad Fort, Sakleshpura, Karnataka
Manjarabad Fort, Sakleshpura, Karnataka
Manjarabad Fort, Sakleshpura, Karnataka
Manjarabad Fort, Sakleshpura, Karnataka
Manjarabad Fort, Sakleshpura, Karnataka
Manjarabad Fort, Sakleshpura, Karnataka
Manjarabad Fort, Sakleshpura, Karnataka
Manjarabad Fort, Sakleshpura, Karnataka
Manjarabad Fort, Sakleshpura, Karnataka
Manjarabad Fort, Sakleshpura, Karnataka
Manjarabad Fort, Sakleshpura, Karnataka

Text Source: wikipedia.org

Father Muller Museum, Kankanady

Father Muller Museum

Father Muller Museum was set up by Father Muller Medical College, Kankanady, Mangalore in memory of its founder Father Augustus Muller.

Father Augustus Muller, a Jesuit Missionary from Germany set up the medical institution in 1880 in Mangalore.

The Father Muller Museum was inaugurated as a part of the centenary celebrations (1910–2010). This museum holds the belongings of Father Augustus Muller. It also has The Vatican calendar from 1800 to 2050, homoeopathic textbooks written by the late Fr. Muller, And it also has copies of marriage grant certificates which Fr. Muller granted to eight couples between 1890 and 1892.

Father Muller Museum, Father Muller Medical College, Kankanady, Mangalore
Father Muller Museum, Father Muller Medical College, Kankanady, Mangalore