37km from Mookambika temple. Involves 12km off road four wheel jeep drive and 1.5km light trekking. For the trekking enthusiast, there is a cave by the side of the mountain. Getting there involves 1km steep descent and is tedious but doable. (At the top of Kodachadri hill) Read more..
Shree Choudeshwari Temple is named Sigandur. Shree Devi kshethra was built in the 18th century. Sigandur kshethra is near Thumari, 42 km from Sagar town. Mother Choudeshwari is called “Sigandureshwari”. The sigandhur temple is one of the most prominent temples to visit. Read more..
This temple is built on the Kanduka Hill which is surrounded on three sides by the waters of the Arabian Sea. It is dedicated to Sri Lokankara and a 20-storied gopura is constructed at the temple. The temple authorities have installed a lift that provides a breath-taking view of the 123-feet Sri Shiva idol from the top of the Raja gopura. Read more..
The Shree Vinayaka Devaru is a Hindu temple dedicated to the god Ganesha, located on the West Coast of India in the Idagunji town in Uttara Kannada district in Karnataka state, India. The temple's popularity as a religious place is recorded by about 1 million devotees visiting it annually. Read more..
Souparnika River or Sowparnika nadi is a river, joins with the Varahi River, Kedaka River, Chakra River, and Kubja River known as Panchagangavali river and merges into the Arabian Sea. It flows near Mookambika temple, Kollur hence sometimes known as Kolluru nadi and is considered holy river by devotees of the temple. Read more..
Kamalashile is located at a distance of 35km from Kundapura in Udupi district. Kamalashile is surrounded by beautiful mountains and evergreen forests with the river Kubja flowing by the side of it. The Suparshwa cave is about 2 kms from the temple on Halli Holle road. Read more..
Located by the Malpe Harbour, get there by taking the Malpe-Udupi Road, pay an entry fee of INR 20 or so, and follow the road till, well, the road ends. There’s plenty of parking, plus benches and rocks, so you can just chill for a bit if you like. Alternatively, you can walk from the main Malpe beach. Read more..
The only place where National Highway bisect river and sea. if you're traveling in NH 66 via Maravanthe, try stopping your vehicle and enjoy the view. Long stretch of rocky beach, a few local fishermen, a calm place to spend your valuable time with your loved ones, including yourself. Read more..
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