Places to Visit in Chikmagalur in 1 Day

Mullyangiri, Baba Budangiri, Kemmangundi, Zpoint, Hebbe falls, Kallathi falls, Ballalarayanadugra Hills, Kadambi Falls, Belur, Hirekolale lake and many more.

With its waterfalls, national parks and architectural wonders, there is no shortage of
places to visit in Chikmagalur in one day. The quaint mist-laden hill station, with its natural wealth and pleasant climate, offers some of the best tourist destinations in the state.

The colourful past of the city can be explored by visiting the various heritage places to visit in Chikmagalur. A trip to the elaborately carved temples at the city, such as the Veera Narayana Temple, or those housed within the ancient city of Belur, would offer valuable insight to the erstwhile glory of the ancient Hoysala Empire.

The cascading waterfalls in Chikmagalur serve as an additional tourist attraction here. From the beautiful temples at Kallathigiri Falls to the stunning romantic escapade offered by Hebbe Falls, the waterfalls here are a must-visit for every tourist.

Here are some of the best places to visit in Chikmagalur in 1 day:

01

Mullayangiri Trek, Chikmagalur


Every Bangalorean adrenaline junkie must try this adventure, as climbing the highest mountain peak in Karnataka is naturally one of the most celebrated adventure activities in Bangalore. Come prepared with your friends and set out on a journey to create new memories with them in the magical realm of Mullayangiri.

Rising up to an elevation of 1925 metres, Mullayangiri is praised for its magnificence and featuring an exhilarating trail that leads one into a world above the clouds. The exotic location will sweep you off your feet and compel you to click several dozen pictures of the landscape. With a short trail which is barely difficult to tread upon, this adventure in Bangalore is also ideal for amateur trekkers.

Distance from Bangalore: 243 km

Difficulty Level: Easy

Location: Mullayangiri, Chikmagalur

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02

Baba Budangiri

Baba Budangiri

Located to the north of Chikmagalur town is the famous Baba Budangiri (also called as Chandra Drona Parvatha in ancient times). Baba Budangiri hills is prominent for its vibrant forest and pristine beauty, where many tourists come for hiking and trekking activities.

Thus, adventure seekers can hike through the forest and reach the holy shrine of Deviramma Betta.Interestingly, the place has the unique flower called Kurinji blooms which comes to the surface once in 12 years.

Baba Budangiri is one of the most enthralling tourist places in Chikmagalur to visit with your friends and colleagues.

Location
: It is located in the Baba Budan range of the Western Ghats.

Timings
: 8.00 am to 5.00 pm.

Price
: No Entry Fee.

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03

Kemmangundi

Kemmangundi
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This stunning hill station enriched with verdant greenery and magical spots is located at Tarikere taluk in Chikmagalur district of Karnataka. Set at a massive altitude of 1434 meter from the sea level, it’s irresistible essence and surroundings makes for an ideal way to escape in nature’s glory.

It is the tallest peak in this part of the country and thus makes for an ideal prospect for hiking, camping, trekking, and more. You may also witness the majestic Hebbe falls here that is one of the most magnificent waterfalls in Karnataka. Other prominent places to visit are Mullayangiri, Z point, Shiva Temple, Kalhatti Falls, and Rock Garden. Overall it a blissful paradise  flushed with the spectacles of nature that you must explore at least once in a lifetime.

Location- Tarikere Taluk, Chikkamaguluru, Karnataka

Distance from Bangalore- Approximately 273 km 
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04

Z Point

Z Point

Considered as one of the best trek points not just in Chikmagalur but in Karnataka, Z Point is enchanting views of the western ghats. Z point stands at an elevation of 1400 meters and getting to the top is a short trek of 3 kilometers.

The walk is a pretty thrilling one but comes at the cost of scenic views of lush green valleys. Kemmagundi Raj Bhavan is the start point of this adventurous trek to Z point which also provides the best sunrise as well as sunset skies.Moreover, Shanti waterfalls are enroute the top, so tourists can stop by to take a dip into the chilly waters of this fall.

Doesn’t Z Point sound like the best place to go to in Chikmagalur for every nature lover?. Location: Near Kemmanagundi, Chikmagalur

Distance from Chikmagalur Bus Stand :- 
67 kilometers

05

Hebbe Falls

Hebbe Falls
Hebbe falls are the biggest waterfalls in Chikmagalur and that is what makes them one of the favourite tourist destinations in the place. The water comes thundering down from a staggering height of 551 feet and the sight itself will make you appreciate the might of nature.

These are situated at a distance of 10 kilometres from the famous hill town of Kemmangundi and are often frequented by tourists. The waterfalls flow in two stages, known as Dodda Hebbe or Big Falls or Chikka Hebbe or Small Falls.

You can spot coffee plantations on all sides which make for a perfect trekking trail up to the waterfalls. You can also choose to drive till the base if you are with elderly people or young kids. 

Location: 
Chikkamagaluru District, Kesavinamane, Karnataka 577131

Distance from Chikmagalur bus stand: 
Approx. 70 kilometres

Height of the Waterfall: 
551 feet
06

Kallathigiri Falls

Kallathigiri Falls
Whether an adventure buff or a nature lover, Kallathagiri Falls is one of the gorgeous waterfalls in Chikmagalur which offers you an unforgettable vista of nature and haunting trails for hiking. The sight of the Chikmagalur falls
plummeting down the Chandra Drona hills to form a drop pool at the foot of the hill is indeed a visual treat to the beholders.

The place also has a mythological relevance among the pious Hindus as it is believed the great sage Agasthya chose this spot for his contemplation for an indefinite period of time.

The one in the list of Chikmagalur waterfall
s is also fabled among the religious folks for its curative powers in treating various ailments. That makes that place crowded with tourists and pilgrims during the peak season i.e. September to February.

Location
: Kallathigiri, Chikmagalur, Karnataka-577129

Distance from Chikmagalur bus stand
: 50 km

Height of the waterfall
: 122 meters

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07

Ballalarayana Durga Fort

Ballalarayana Durga Fort

A trek up to the secluded Ballalarayana Durga Fort sitting atop a picturesque hill is probably one of the most scenic things to do in Chikmagalur. The quaint surroundings, rolling hills and views of the magnificent Western Ghats form the scenery as you traverse the landscape and it is one of the finest Chikmagalur attractions.        

The fort dates as far back as the 12th century and once belonged to the Hoysala Empire. It follows the  Karnata Dravida architectural style and forms an excellent backdrop for photographs. While at the fort, you can also enjoy picturesque sunsets where the sky changes colour every few minutes, shedding light on the surrounding forest.  

Location: Madugandi, Karnataka 574228

Timing: Daily 6:00 AM - 6:30 PM

Distance From Chikmagalur Bus Stand: 70 kilometres

08

Kadambi Falls

Kadambi Falls
Kadambi Waterfall is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Chikmagalur and a hunted tourist destination for all seasons. But, during monsoon one can feast their eyes on the spectacle of glistening white water pouring down the crevices amidst the lushness of the tropical forest of the region.

It is an idyllic destination for being intimate with nature and rejuvenating your body and soul from the qualms of day-to-day living. Some of the must-visit sites at the vicinity of Kadambi Falls are Lakhya Dam, Kudremukh National Park, Kudremukh Peak and so on.

In your day trip, you will come across troops of monkeys who are otherwise non-aggressive and can befriend you if you feed them with a handful of peanuts or bananas.

Location
: Kudremukh National Park, Chikmagalur, Karnataka

Distance from Chikmagalur bus stand
: 10 Km approx

Height of the waterfall
: 10 meters.

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09

Belur

Belur

The town of Belur is known for its architectural excellence that is sure to take you back in time to witness the marvel of the Hoysala empire. The ancient city is situated on the banks of river Yagachi and is most famous for its temple - Chennakesava which is dedicated to Lord Vishnu.

In the same complex are two other temples called Kappe Chennigaraya and Ammanavara temple where the same level of architecture can be seen. Majority tourists who take a trip to Belur, often extend their journey to Halebid which is referred to as a twin town of Belur and is located at a distance of just 18 kilometers. Location: Chikmagalur.

Distance from Chikmagalur Bus Stand :- 
25 kilometers

10

Hirekolale lake

Hirekolale lake

 Away from the city hustle, Hirekolale lake is nestled amidst the hills and coffee plantations of Chikmagalur. This man-made lake is your ideal choice of picnic spot if you are looking for some peaceful environment with relatively fewer tourists in comparison to any other place in Chikmagalur.

Here, tourists can sit by the lake and enjoy views of the beautiful sun setting in between the surrounding hills. The lake is built with the purpose of providing water to the town of Chikmagalur and thus holds great importance.

It is recommended to carry some food and water here, as there are no restaurants until a few kilometers from the lake. Location: Chikmagalur. Timings: 6 am to 6 pm on all days.

Distance from Chikmagalur Bus Stand :-
 12 kilometers

11

Jhari Falls

Jhari Falls
While making a rundown of your activities at Chikmagalur don’t miss out the chance to include the Jhari or Buttermilk Falls in it. Thunderous watercourse spurting down a headland and leaving an impression of buttermilk at the foot of the waterfall will make an everlasting impression in your mind in your very first encounter with the Chikmagalur falls.
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The haunting view of nature will certainly allure you for a window seat in your trekking jeep as it climbs up the steep roads ripping through the forest terrain.

A part of your uphill journey to reach the Jhari Falls has to be undertaken on foot due to broken and slippery trails that may lead to a fatal skid.

Location
: Near Mullayanagiri Bababudangiri, Thippannahalli Estate Road, Chikmagalur, Karnataka India

Distance from Chikmagalur bus stand
: 22 Km approx

Height of the waterfall
: 100 meters apprx 

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12

Sharadamba Temple

Sharadamba Temple
Sri Sharadamba Temple is famous for its goddess Saraswati, established by Sri Shankaracharya. This important pilgrim center attracts the devotees of Shankaracharya, who often come here during festival times and get the blessing of God.

This historical temple is located in the Malnad region, on the banks of river Tunga. This very geographical location with well-cleaned surroundings gives bliss to families with children.

Here, one can taste the good food offered in Anna Dhana, and also enjoy feeding the fishes.

Location
: Harihara Street, Sringeri, Chikmagalur.

Timings
: 5.30 am to 2.00 pm and 5.00 pm to 9.15 pm.

Price
: Entry Free.

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13

Kavikal Gandi ViewPoint

Kavikal Gandi ViewPoint

Located in the proximity of Baba Budangiri the Kavikal Gandi ViewPoint offers majestic displays of nature that are a feast for the eye. Also famed as the HorseShoe ViewPoint this a prominent one in the array of Tourist attractions in Chikmagalur.

On the notch, you can spot an elegant painting of Swami Vivekanand and also soak up the soothing breeze. The entire Chandra Drona range could be spotted from this point and this is a must-add in the travel list of places to visit in Chikmagalur.

Location: Inam Dattathreya Peeta, Karnataka 577131

Timings: Open 24 hours

Distance from Chikmagalur: Approximately 18 km

14

Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary

Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary
If you’re a nature admirer, looking for places to witness some of the exotic plants, then Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary is the ideal place for you.

Here, one can enjoy the Jeep Safari while seeing the rare chital spotted deer, sambar, and muntjac, birds such as Munia and Bee-eaters, and reptiles like King Cobra and Indian Rock Pythons in one place.

This sanctuary is covered by Mullaynagiri, Hebbe Giri, Ganga Giri and Baba Budan Giri hills.

Location
: It is located 38 km north-west of Chikmagalur town.

Timings
: 6.30 am to 6.30 pm.

Price
: Rs. 400/- per head (max 5 persons).

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15

Manikyadhara Falls

Manikyadhara Falls
This is one of the most alluring tourist attractions of Karnataka located at a secluded nook of the Babu Budangiri hills of the Western Ghats. Popularly regarded as the Nellikai Theertham by the locals of the region, the Chikmagalur waterfalls are also a sacred pilgrim site for both the Hindus and Muslims.

Manikyadhara (the string of pearls) has a long-established myth behind its overwhelming popularity among the religious tourists. Besides its breath-taking scenic appeal and pleasant climate that washes off your fatigue, the water of the Manikyadhara Falls is believed to be endowed with curative power against any ailment.

To make your way to the bottom of the falls where the plunging water forms a natural pool you have to climb down a flight of 200 steps approximately. Take a refreshing dip in the crystal clear water of the pool and head on to your next adventure.

Location
: near Baba Budangiri, Chikmagalur, Karnataka 

Distance
from Chikmagalur bus stand: 30 Km approximately

Height of the waterfall:
10 meters
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"One hell of a crazy trek this one. The views were just splendid, and the organisers had it all charted out, and were extremely helpful. \n\nAn initial route through the forest is what we go through which is not that tiring, but after this stretch we move on to the most difficult part of the trek, where we come across the Hidlumane falls and we need to trek in quite a difficult terrain. Post all this stressful climbing, whatever the view you get is unmatched, all that pain, even though there physically, would have vanished mentally.\n\nBest to trek during monsoon or after the monsoon has receded to an extent as the hills are completely covered in green until the eyes can see. It's a treat for the eyes to feast on watching the western ghats in full glory."
04 September 2019
Excellent
My first ever trekking experience and I could not have asked for a better one. Booked for this trek just 2 days before, solely based on other trekkers' thrillophilia reviews and amazing pics they have posted on Thrillophilia website. Moreover, it was going to be a solo trek for me and quite obviously, I had so many questions and apprehensions but after experiencing one hell of an trekking expedition, what I could say is 'If you want to go for a trek, just go for it, don't think too much and you won't regret later and experience it as done by so many folks who have shared about their amazing adventures at thrillophilia reviews. Firstly, the tempo traveller which picked us up from Bangalore was quite comfortable and clean. Colin, who was our host for the trek initiated some ice breaking sessions at the beginning of the travel itself so that we all become familiar to our co-trekkers. Once we reached homestay at the destination point, I would say the arrangements were quite decent. Of course, we could not expect lavish facilities in an economical trip but must say, it had all that we truly required, good food, hot water shower, spacious balcony for all fun activities and amazing view outside. We were literally in the middle of the forest. Only thing that was a little turn-off for me was that the bedsheets were giving foul smell and 8 of us were sharing a single room so that one had to be patient to allow fellow trekkers for the use of washroom. However, please note there were separate rooms for guys and girls. The itinerary was more or less the same as shared by people at thrillophilia reviews.Starting at around 10pm from Bangalore, we reached the homestay at around 5am on Saturday. We rested for few hours, had our breakfast at around 7.30 and kicked off our trekking at 8.00. To begin with, it was just a normal road with forest on either sides but soon comes the path literally through the dense forest and since it was the time of monsoon, it was drizzling a bit and the forest was full of leeches clinging onto us at every step and trying their level best to suck our blood. We were quite vigilant to get rid of them and once they were being difficult to be removed, we were using salt. Just sprinkle a little salt on them and they will detach from you instantly. After an intriguing forest journey battling those leeches, we found ourselves on a grassy open field. We then scanned our body and shoes for any more leeches and once we were clear, marched ahead through the paddy fields to the rocky terrains with water flowing by your side. Soon, we reached a small water fall area. We took some pictures at that spot and when I was thinking that we would probably go back and resume our journey from some other point, I felt quite adventurous when I came to know that we were actually going to cross the water canal and climb up to the top through the super slippery rocks by the side of the fall, all the way to the top where actually the main water fall lies which I always wanted to visit after reading thrillophilia reviews.My advice is not to step on the green patches on the rocks covered with mosses, those are damn slippery and since there was nothing where you can take the support or cling onto, one have to be really careful that they don't slip through these rocks. After some uphill climbing, we finally reached to the, so far the most amazing spot, right at the main waterfall area. Without thinking twice, we rushed under the fall and trust me it felt so damn good and relaxing. It became even more thrilling when our host guided us to the small cave formed right behind the fall. It was definitely not easier to get inside with the water hitting you so hard that you could not see or breathe properly for few seconds but I felt victorious when I reached inside the cave finally and to witness the waterfall from inside the cave was a different experience altogether. Once we were done with the waterfall, came the part of journey which involves a lot of steep climbing through the forest and mostly the trails were on the edge of the hills, where we had to be careful not to slip not unless if you want to experience a free fall :-) And soon we were out on the open area again but this time it was on the steep slope of the hill and it was quite tiring to reach to the peak of the hill fighting with the muscle cramps. Nonetheless, each part of journey was fun and even more pleasing when we got to see diverse landscapes. Once we reached the peak, rested for a while, had our lunch and then started our descent downwards. The lunch box which included tomato rice was provided at the homestay in the morning itself. Soon, we were again under the attack of leeches but must say we fought bravely one more time. We then resumed our trek through a much easier lane to reach to a tea point and had a tea break. Then, came the last part of our trek, which was 1.5 kms uphill climbing to reach to Sarvajna Peetha, a small shrine dedicated to Adi Shankara about which many people have recommended visiting it at thrillophilia reviews. This part was even more fun as it rained heavily and the entire area was covered with fog that we could hardly see few yards ahead. Moreover, the wind was blowing so strong that sometimes I felt that it would carry me away with it. Since that spot was where our itinerary ended, we all felt so jubilant, took some pictures and then again descended back to the tea point, where a jeep took us all the way down, back to our homestay. Not to forget, the jeep ride was so damn fun that it sure would give you some chills and adrenaline rush, the reason being there's no proper road and the way the jeep's driven through the rocky, muddy and bumpy surface, it would be a memorable ride. Once we reached homestay, took bath in hot water shower and got rid of our wet clothes. We then played no. of group games like Mafia and Uno, had the dinner and called it a day. Woke up next day (Sunday) with few body aches, cramps and leech bite marks but eh! nothing could ever beat the amazing experience we had the earlier day. Wounds and pain will heal but the memories will last forever. We then had a breakfast at around 7.30 and departed back to Bangalore at 8.00. We stopped at Nagara Fort at around 30 kms from homestay, took some pics and resumed our journey. So all in all, it was a great experience getting close to the mother nature and far from these modern gadgets for a day. Besides the amazing trek we had, I would always cherish the camaraderie I shared with my co-trekkers in such a short span of time and I would really like to thank Colin, our host about whom many people have mentioned at thrillophilia reviews for organising such a wonderful trek and making us so comfortable throughout the entire trip. Colin was associated with the vendor team and as a satisfied customer, I will definitely look forward to more of such trips with the same vendor for sure. With all this, I would happily recommend my all trekking enthusiasts to go for this trek and I can vouch that you will come back with nothing but all smiles and tons of fascinating memories with you.
09 November 2018
Excellent
This was my 2nd SOLO trek through Thrillophilia. I am passionate about trekking and i feel Thrillophilia is one of the trusted platform, through them i can plan my solo trekking without any 2nd thought. Kodachadri trekking was one of my awesome experience. They experience going through Jungle, waterfall, the valley of mountain and at the end reaching to the peak of 1343m its just awesome. #loveKodachadriTrek....!!
17 September 2018
Excellent
I would say that this is once in a lifetime trekking experience. Conquering the 3 highest peak. Karthik n Anupam who were our ODL made our trek memorable n entertaining through out, very friendly n energetic guys. We never felt that this was a group trek with some strangers, it was a nice bonding experience n meet new people. It’s a must do for core trekkers.. tests your endurance n spirt. 22 kms to n fro.. if u think only climb would b difficult n u can come down easily your wrong.. the path is so narrow n tricks n will test you in each n evry corner. A sense of accomplishment after completing the trip successfully with lots of stories to tell around and eager to venture on the next one. Thanks a lot to Anupam n karthik who took such good care of us throughout the trip.. awesome hospitality. Would love trekking with you all again soon
15 August 2014
Excellent
Kudremukh is an amazing peak and so far I had just heard about this place but finally I get to see it. Amazing place - loved the trekking experience. What an experience. I'm going again.
It was an awesome experience, the 3 days Chikmagalur tour was a fun and relaxing experience. Nice accommodation, neat & cleans rooms and the food was also good. We had fun while trekking and visiting the beautiful waterfalls.
22 January 2020
Excellent
We booked for 4 and we were so happy there on all over the trip, the food and camp was fine. The games and activities there and singing around the bonfire is very relaxing and satisfactory… we are coming again for sure.
03 March 2020
Excellent
The trekking trail is covered with lush greenery which can be seen throughout the trek and it looks amazing. The mountain views from the top are magnificent and the feeling was amazing to see the views from the highest peak of Karnataka.
24 February 2020
Excellent
We wanted to the trekking from long time finally we decided Thrillophilia because of its discounts and good reviews. The place was stanning and definitely the camps were comfortable. I m satisfied with the guide as his behaviour towards us is good and also he helped us regarding the food. very good experience and we enjoyed it.
02 January 2020
Excellent
Excellent trip with the amazing group, the guide was a professional person and we enjoyed with him, although our group was of 10 but we had a super trip like I cannot compare. Such a beautiful place with so many different views to enjoy. Very well managed trip with no worries. We will do this again soon and recommend you all to try this one out.

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  1. What are the best waterfalls in Chikmagalur?

    1. Hebbe Falls: Nestled amidst coffee plantations, the stunning Hebbe Falls is the biggest waterfall in Chikmagalur, making it one of the most beautiful places to visit in Chikmagalur in one day. Flowing in two stages, Hebbe offers a scenic trekking trail that can be attempted by beginners as well.

    2. Kallathigiri Falls: Famous for its religious connotations, Kallathigiri Falls is oft-visited by both pilgrims and hiking enthusiasts. Said to once have been the resting place of the great Hindu Saint Agastya, the waterfall now houses a Hindu temple.

    3. Manikyadhara Falls: Housed in a secluded nook in the Bababudangiri hills, Manikyadhara Falls is a popular pilgrim spot among Hindus and Muslims. The water from the falls forms a clear pool at the bottom, which can be reached by a descent of 200 steps.
  2. What are the best camping places in Chikmagalur?

    1. Bhadra Nature Camp: Located by the Bhadra river, the camp offers a perfect secluded retreat within Nature. Camp activities here include bird watching, shooting, coracle rides, swimming and campfires.

    2. Bhagavathi Nature Camp: Located within the Kudremukh National Park, Bhagavathi Nature Camp offers tents, cottages and dormitories for stay. Activities at the camp include water sports, jungle safaris, treks and more.

    3. Japavathi River Camp: Nestled by the river Japavathi, this camp offers fun activities such as coffee trail walks, mud volleyball, swimming, trekking and more.

    4. Get Beyond Limits: With its elaborately planned camping itinerary, Get Beyond Limits offers a rigorous camping experience in the heart of Chikmagalur. Camp activities include trekking, water sports and more.
  3. Which month is best to visit Chikmagalur?

    The best month to visit Chikmagalur is during December or January. During the winter months, the weather here remains cool and pleasant, and offers a perfect setting for sightseeing and exploration.
  4. What are the best resorts to stay in Chikmagalur?

    1. Serai Resort: Nestled amidst coffee plantations, Serai offers a luxurious lodging. Apart from its tastefully decorated rooms, the resort also houses a swimming pool and an in house restaurant.

    2. Coffeegrove Resort: An upscale resort with a rustic charm, Coffee Grove offers well-furnished, opulent rooms along with a swimming pool, an in-house restaurant and vast gardens.

    3. Silent Valley Resort: Promising a tranquil stay at the foothills of Kudremukh, Silent Valley features treehouses, dormitories and cottages. Added amenities at the resort include a spa, a swimming pool and adventure sport facilities.
  5. Which are the best heritage places to visit in Chikmagalur?

    1. Belur: Earlier known as Velapuri, this ancient city takes you back to the Hoysala Empire. The city houses a number of stunning temple complexes, each boasting of riveting architectural styles, making it one of the most popular places to visit in Chikmagalur in one day.

    2. Belavadi: A village best known for the stunning Veera Narayana temple, the ancient town of Belavadi is one of the most popular places to visit in Chikmagalur.

    3. Kudremukh National Park: A designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kudremukh National Park is best known for its preservation of the rare lion-tailed macaque. Animals like sloths, spotted deers and wild dogs can also be spotted here.

    4. Horanadu Annapoorneshwari Temple: Nestled on the banks of river Bhadra, Horandu Annapooneshwari is one of the most popular pilgrim sites among Hindus. The temple is dedicated to the Goddess Annapurna.

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