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The Land of Coffee

Baba Budan Giri Hill ChikmagalurBhadra Wildlife Sanctuary ChikmagalurKodandarama Temple ChikmagalurKudremukh ChikmagalurMullayanagiri Hills ChikmagalurMullayanagiri Hills ChikmagalurKemmanagundiSringeriKudremukh Kudremukh Bhandra Wildlife SanctuaryAmruthapura
  • General Information

    District: Chickmagalur, State: Karnataka, India
    Area: 0
    Languages Spoken: Kannada, Local dialect
    Long Distance Code: +91-8262
    Best Time to Visit: October to May
  • Description

    Nestled in the Baba Budan hills, Chikmangalur is a calm, serene town full of scenic surprises hills, valleys, streams and snow-white coffee blossoms. Situated 251 kms from Bangalore, Chikmagalur is a trekker's delight, with its rugged mountain trails.<br />The district takes its name from the headquarter town of Chikmanglur which literally means youngest daughter's town. The chikmagalur district is full of scenic surprises hills, valleys, streams and snow-white coffee blossoms. It is also trekker's territory.<br />
  • Location

    Located 251 km from Bangalore, the name literally means 'Younger Daughter's Town'. It is said that have been given as a dowry to the younger daughter of Rukmangada, the legendary chief of Sakrepatna. The town enjoys a salubrious climate and is famous for the sprawling tea and coffee estates. Some interesting excursions include Sringeri, Kemmannagundi, Amrithapura, Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary and Kudremukh.
Kemmanagundi(54 km) An ideal retreat of solitude and natural beauty, located in Baba-Budam range. Placed at a height of 4,702 ft. above sea level, Kemmanagundi has a bracing climate, mineral-enriched water and a tranquil verdant mountains cape. The two waterfalls Kalahasti and Hebbe are ideal picnic spots. Bababudan Mountains, 30 km from Kemmanagundi, are the loftiest range of hills with a stupendous ridge. The Dattatreya Peetha here is a well Known pilgrimage shrine both for the Hindus and the Muslims.
Sringeri(98 km) This well-known pilgrim centre is situated on the banks of Tunga river. Adishankara, exponent of the Advaita philosophy had founded this monastery.The chief attraction being the 12 zodiac pillars in the Vidya Shankara temple, which are so arranged that the Sun's rays fall on the particular pillar corresponding to the month.
Kudremukh95 km southwest of Chilmagalur is the secluded hill station of Kudremukh. Situated 1894 m above sea level, the Kudremukh hills overlook the Arabian Sea and are chained to one another with deep valleys and steep precipices. There is rich flora and fauna here, waiting to be discovered. Caves asking to be explored. Ruins and traces of old civilization inviting a study. Lonely, unspoilt places to camp can any trekker resist Kudremukh? This place is also rich in iron-ore deposits.
Bhandra Wildlife Sanctuary38kms north-west, this sanctuary is a must-see for wildlife enthusiasts. Gaur, chital, sambar, elephants and tigers are some of the wildlife found here.
AmruthapuraAbout 10 kms form Tarikere, this little town has a 800 year old temple dedicated to Amrutheswara.
Located in the foothills of the Mullayanagiri range, the town of Chikmagalur with its favorable climate is best for the plantations of coffee which are found in abundance here. These coffee estates attract tourists from far and wide.
Journey to the south of India

Journey to the south of India
(13 Days / 12 Nights)

Journey to the south of India / PI-0288 (13 Days / 12 Nights)

India is vast. The monsoon takes nearly 2 months to reach the capital city of Delhi in the north after it arrives on the southern tip of India in Kerala. This is to mean that not only India is a big country but has a varied heritage and many diverse cultures and traditions merged into one. Come and join this journey to the south of India where the difference from the regular Delhi - Agra - Jaipur is more than evident.

Detailed Itinerary
Day 1 : Mumbai
Day 2 : Mumbai - Bengaluru
Day 3 : Bengaluru - Chikmaglur
Day 4 : Chikmaglur-Hassan-Mysore
Day 5 : Mysore
Day 6 : Mysore - Bengaluru - Kochi
Day 7 : Kochi-Kumarakom
Day 8 : Kumarakom
Day 9 : Kumarakom - Thekkady
Day 10 : Thekkady - Madurai
Day 11 : Madurai - Chennai
Day 12 : Chennai - Kanchipuram - Mamallapuram
Day 13 : Mamallapuram - Chennai
Karnataka Ancient Tour

Karnataka Ancient Tour
(14 Days / 13 Nights)

Karnataka Ancient Tour / PI-0324 (14 Days / 13 Nights)

Acting as a buffer between the north and Southern parts of India, Karnataka is a vibrant state with a veritable mix of influences. This fascinating tour takes you across this beautiful yet historic state starting from the palace city of Mysore, continuing on to the ruins of Hampi while winding off the tour with a few relaxing days in Goa.

Detailed Itinerary
Day 1 : Mumbai - Mysore
Day 2 : Mysore
Day 3 : Mysore
Day 4 : Mysore - Chikmaglur
Day 5 : Chikmaglur
Day 6 : Chikmangalur - Hospet
Day 7 : Hampi
Day 8 : Hampi
Day 9 : Hospet - Badami
Day 10 : Badami
Day 11 : Badami - Goa
Day 12 : Goa
Day 13 : Goa
Day 14 : Goa - Mumbai
Dravidian Heritage

Dravidian Heritage
(15 Days / 14 Nights)

On Request
Dravidian Heritage / PC-644 (15 Days / 14 Nights)

South India, stretching south of the Vindhya Mountain ranges down to the coastal areas surrounded by the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea, covers a vast swathe of the Deccan plateau. The states in this region are Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, all four of which have their own languages, slightly differing from each other, but vastly different from the language and culture of the Indian heartland in the North and West. South India has two major claims to being a tourist attraction. Thousands of miles of pristine coastline and sandy beaches, dotted with sea side resorts and the ancient Hindu heritage architecture, temples and remnants of the Indus valley civilization. Boat trips on the backwater canals and protected wetlands, not to mention the health spas and Ayurveda clinics, make for a rejuvenating vacation, and most tourists leave Kerala in much better shape, mentally and physically, than when they came in.

Detailed Itinerary
Day 1 : Chennai-Covelong
Day 2 : Covelong-Kanchipuram-Mamallapuram-Covelong
Day 3 : Covelong-Puducherry
Day 4 : Puducherry-Chidambaram-Swamimalai
Day 5 : Swamimalai-Thanjavur-Tiruchirappalli-Madurai
Day 6 : Madurai
Day 7 : Madurai-Thekkady
Day 8 : Thekkady-Kochi
Day 9 : Kochi
Day 10 : Kochi-Guruvayur-Kozhikode
Day 11 : Kozhikode-Mysore
Day 12 : Mysore
Day 13 : Mysore-Chikmaglur
Day 14 : Chikmaglur-Shravanabelagola-Bengaluru
Day 15 : Bengaluru
Discover Karnataka

Discover Karnataka
(15 Days / 14 Nights)

On Request
Discover Karnataka / PI-0331 (15 Days / 14 Nights)

Karnataka, a region that has it all except the snow. This two-week tour explores a few of the most fascinating destinations in Karnataka. We start at Hyderabad and drive down to Bidar, Gulbarga and Bijapur, all having been ruled under the Muslim reign. The monuments at these places speak of volumes of this splendid symmetrical architecture and fine inlay work. We then move to the next stage of Hindu architecture. Both Pattadakal and Hampi declared World Heritage Sites, portray the rich heritage of the place. From here we travel to the greener pastures of Chikmagalur, Coorg and Nagarhole National Park. We end this journey through Mysore, the second biggest city of the state and completing at Bangalore, the IT hub of the new India.

Detailed Itinerary
Day 1 : Hyderabad
Day 2 : Hyderabad
Day 3 : Hyderabad-Bidar-Gulbarga
Day 4 : Gulbarga - Bijapur
Day 5 : Bijapur - Badami
Day 6 : Badami - Hampi
Day 7 : Hampi
Day 8 : Hampi - Chittorgarh
Day 9 : Chittor-Chikmaglur
Day 10 : Chikmaglur
Day 11 : Coorg
Day 12 : Coorg - Nagarhole
Day 13 : Nagarhole - Mysore
Day 14 : Mysore - Bengaluru
Day 15 : Bengaluru

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