Soft colours of the green landscape and serene streams are an addition of charm to the place making the tourist fall in love with place. Our homestay hosts will make your tour memorable when you witness the beauty of these places.
Have an enthralling experience at Devarmane betta by coming close to nature. Renowned for Kalabhaireshwara temple, the town is an incredible place for trekker and nature lovers. Climb up to the peak through those lush green grasslands and gurglings streams to witness the breath taking view.
The term Ettina buja means ox shoulder since the peak has been formed in the shape. The hill station has been declared as UNESCO World Heritage site which conserves a huge variety of flora and fauna. Trek up to the peak in the misty weather and witness a splendid view of the western ghats. The majestic trek leads us to streams and valleys and also a chance to spot wildlife.
The Astagiri waterfalls is a beautifull and serene cascade located amidst the forest. Less tourists and relatively a small crowd is found here making the waterfall almost private. A natural pool is made up by the rocks where the tourists can play around.
Exuberant grasslands and forests also home the abundant variety flora and fauna. The Badhra wild life sanctuary situated on the steep slopes of Mullayanagiri is protected area for tigers. Elephants, leopards and sloth bear are the main attractions of the sanctuary among other animals living in their natural habitat.
Whiff in the new smell of tea leaves with a visit to the tea bequests or can just apathetically walk around with them. These path of tea manors are the brand name of Chikmagalur and sightseers from various districts come here to observe this excellence.
Jhari Falls is one of the most visited waterfalls in Chikmagalur District. Along with Mullayanagiri, Baba Budan Giri, Jhari waterfall is frequently visited. Water from the mountains flows over steep rocks to create a spectacular waterfall with a thin, white layer.
Charmadi ghat is a famous route from Tumkur to Mangalore as the nation highway drives you through the mystical hills of western ghats with streams and cascades flowing throughout the way originating from river Netravati. the jaw dropping scenery of the mountains will make you want to stop and pose for a click.
The Dharmasthala temple houses the holy idol of lord Shiva in a centuries old temple. Also known as land of charity, Dharmasthala is a blend of culture, religion and heritage. The 39 feet tall statue of Bahubali is another prime attraction the 800 years old pilgrimage situated on the banks of river netravati.
The star shaped fort situated on the outskirts of Sakelshpura was built in 1792 by Kempe gowda for protection purposes. The view the fort over the Western ghats and Arabian sea mesmerizing. Built in islamic style structure the fort is a perfect place to captures aesthetic shots for the shutterbugs.
Rebuilt in the South Indian style of architecture, the Sringeri temple was established by Acharya Sri Shankara Bhagavatpada. Devoted to the Goddess Sharadamba the temple features multiple stone pillars with carvings of various Goddesses.