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Adyar Waterfalls

Adyar Waterfalls
NH 73
Karnataka 575029

Adyar waterfalls are around 12 kms drive from the Mangalore city. This waterfall has no official name and the locals name it after the place it is located i.e. Adyar.

There are two roads which lead to this place. The route towards BC Road highway near Adyar and other from Neermarga (the road towards Volachil).

There are in fact two waterfalls here in Adyar, which is at a gap of 200 meters. Both these places can be easily located by the roaring sound of the waterfall. When you take a trek down to this place you will easily find some helpful locals who can guide you to locate this waterfall.

Many of the Mangaloreans are not aware of this beautiful waterfall or they may not have visited. This is one of the recommended place to visit and enjoy.

Adyar Waterfalls, Mangalore - AroundMangalore.com
Adyar Waterfalls, Mangalore – AroundMangalore.com
Adyar Waterfalls, Mangalore - AroundMangalore.com
Adyar Waterfalls, Mangalore – AroundMangalore.com
Adyar Waterfalls, Mangalore - AroundMangalore.com
Adyar Waterfalls, Mangalore – AroundMangalore.com
Adyar Waterfalls, Mangalore - AroundMangalore.com
Adyar Waterfalls, Mangalore – AroundMangalore.com
Adyar Waterfalls, Mangalore - AroundMangalore.com
Adyar Waterfalls, Mangalore – AroundMangalore.com
Adyar Waterfalls, Mangalore - AroundMangalore.com
Adyar Waterfalls, Mangalore – AroundMangalore.com

Photo Credit: Around Mangalore Team with Tanmay Sarkar

Pavoor Uliya Island, Mangalore

Pavoor Uliya Island
Mangalore – 575029

Pavoor Uliya is an Island, located just 12 km away from Mangalore. The island has around 35 houses with a chapel and government school(which is closed). Netravathi River has been surrounded by four sides.

There is a meaning behind the name “Pavoor Uliya”. Uliya means “left over or remaining land”. The geography looks like jagged oval shape.

The basic source of leaving here is fishing and agriculture. Coconut trees and few other fruit trees like mango, jack-fruit are grown here.

During summer a temporary wooden bridge connects to the outer world. In Rainy season a common passenger boat meets the needs of transport from and to this Island. There are no street lights, no shops and no medical assistance inside the island.

To reach to this place, come towards Adyar (near Sahyadri college), then walk towards the river side which is approximately 1 kM. and from there you need to catch a boat towards the Island. Most of the times, there will only be one boat and this boat will be available from morning to evening.

Boat ride todads Pavoor Uliya Island :: AroundMangalore.com
Boat ride todads Pavoor Uliya Island :: AroundMangalore.com
Boat ride todads Pavoor Uliya Island :: AroundMangalore.com
Boat ride todads Pavoor Uliya Island :: AroundMangalore.com
Pavoor Uliya Island :: AroundMangalore.com
Pavoor Uliya Island :: AroundMangalore.com
Infant Jesus Chapel - Pavoor Uliya Island :: AroundMangalore.com
Infant Jesus Chapel – Pavoor Uliya Island :: AroundMangalore.com
An House inside Pavoor Uliya Island :: AroundMangalore.com
An House inside Pavoor Uliya Island :: AroundMangalore.com
Path inside the Pavoor Uliya Island :: AroundMangalore.com
Path inside the Pavoor Uliya Island :: AroundMangalore.com
Pavoor Uliya Island :: AroundMangalore.com
Pavoor Uliya Island :: AroundMangalore.com
Pavoor Uliya Island :: AroundMangalore.com
Pavoor Uliya Island :: AroundMangalore.com
Pavoor Uliya Island :: AroundMangalore.com
Pavoor Uliya Island :: AroundMangalore.com
Wooden Bridge in Summer at Pavoor Uliya Island :: AroundMangalore.com
Wooden Bridge in Summer at Pavoor Uliya Island :: AroundMangalore.com
Fishing in Pavoor Uliya Island  :: AroundMangalore.com
Fishing in Pavoor Uliya Island :: AroundMangalore.com
Pavoor Uliya Island :: AroundMangalore.com
Pavoor Uliya Island :: AroundMangalore.com

 

Text Source: en.wikipedia.org
Photo Credit: Around Mangalore Team with Tanmay Sarkar and Naveen Ferrao

Malpe port

Malpe (Tulu/Kannada: ಮಲ್ಪೆ) is a natural port about six kilometers to the west of Udupi, Karnataka, India. An important port and fishing harbor on the Karnataka coast. It is a suburb in Udupi city

Malpe port is situated near town of Udupi.The port is located on confluence of Udyavara river and Arabian Sea.The port mostly handles fishing activities and cargo.

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Malpe port – Around Mangalore – AroundMangalore.com
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Malpe port – Around Mangalore – AroundMangalore.com
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Malpe port – Around Mangalore – AroundMangalore.com
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Malpe port – Around Mangalore – AroundMangalore.com
Malpe port - Around Mangalore - AroundMangalore.com
Malpe port – Around Mangalore – AroundMangalore.com

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Photo Courtesy: Arun Kumar

Old Port Mangalore (Mangalore DAKKE), Mangalore

The Old Mangalore Port (Mangalore DAKKE in Tulu) is located to south of New Mangalore Port. It is popularly known by name of Bunder. The port was used to ferry goods and passengers to Lakshadweep island and Middle East countries. Now fishing has become main activity of this harbor.

Old Port Mangalore (Mangalore DAKKE), Mangalore
Old Port Mangalore (Mangalore DAKKE), Mangalore
Old Port Mangalore (Mangalore DAKKE), Mangalore
Old Port Mangalore (Mangalore DAKKE), Mangalore

Text Source: wikipedia.org
Photo Credit: Arun Kumar