By Places

Subrahmanya Temple (27km)

Abode of lord Subrahmanya a historic temple on the foothills of western ghats It is believed a visit to this temple can cure many skin diseases.

Manjunatheshwara Temple (30 km)

Dharmasthala is one of the most popular piligrim centers of south India.

Bahubali statue (30km)

This single stone statue of Jain God Bahubali near Dharmastala temple is a place one must visit.

Bisile Ghat (35km)

This is a tough road to drive,from here you can enjoy the beauty of western ghats.

Mangalore - Sakleshpur Railway Line (30km)

Sakaleshpura railway line: 58 tunnels,109 bridges and 25 waterfalls through the ghat makes the train journey unforgettable one. Trekking along the railway line is also a memorable experience.

Manjarabad Fort (70km)

This star shaped fort is located along national highway.The ruler of Mysore Tippu Sultan,constructed this fort.

Kadamane Tea Estate(65 km)

This 10000 acre tea estate, owned by famous Parry Group of Companies,is a beautiful place to enjoy.Home stay fecility in their guest house is one of the best in this area.

Kumaraparvatha Mountain peak (30km)

To reach this peak one has to treck for 3- 5 hours. The route through dense forest is quite tough.Night stay at the peak is a rear experience.

Summer sand beach resort (80km)

Decent rooms and shallow beach make this resort very popular in Mangalore.

Padnooru reserved forest (3 km)

The nearby evergreen forest is the best example for biodiversity.One can enjoy and study different flora and founa of this thick forest.

Hebbar’s heritage house (2 km)

More than 150 years old house belongs to Mr.Raghunath Hebbar, is constructed by mud stones and timber.

Village Industries (All within 10 kms)

Coconut Oil Mill,Wood carving and furniture shop Arecca leaf plate industry,Blacksmith,Gold smith,Pottery,Basket weaving,Milk dairy.

Mini Hydel Project (6 km)

This run of the river project produces 4.5 megawatts electricity in the monsoon season.

Urumbi river site (7 km)

Mythologically important Urumby site dates back to Mahabharatha. It is believed the Pandavas lived here for some days.

Keddotte Lake (6 km)

A natural lake surrounded by hills from three sides is a good place for time pass.