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Q. Can we stay by tent at Mulliyanagiri or at Bababudangiri?

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Q. Can I visit in mid June from19th June to 23 in bike trip?

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Q. Is it right time to visit Chikmagalur this weekend?? whether any flood effect here also?please update asap...thanks in advance

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Q. if i want to go for mullayangiri, should i take jeep or else private vehicle is allowed?

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Q. Place send the best places list in chikkamagaluru

Nibha Chaudhuri 6 months ago
You should find these places in the Places To Visit tab between the Chikmagalur and Hotels tab above. This list is constantly growing, and we'd be happy to include anything you feel we've missed out on.

Q. Guys guys please make an opt for as directions to the destination

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Deepu Nelluvai 1 year ago
Best place to explore for nature lovers. Trekking through forest to reach jhaari falls is really amazing. Seethalayanagiri, mullayannagiri etc feels like heaven when we are at the top. One can have a best experience in visiting this place.
Surbhi Parashar 1 year ago
The coffee land of Karnataka, Chikmagalur is famous for its beautiful hills and views, along with its aromatic coffee. Chikmagalur means the town of the younger daughter, the name originating from the historical event in which the city was offered as dowry to the younger daughter of Rukmangada, the chief of Sakrepanta. Situated at the foothills of the Mullyanagiri ranges, it is a great attraction for trekkers and those wishing to experience the peaceful ambience of the city. The other attractions that the town has to offer include Mullain Giri, the highest peak in Karnataka, Jamia Mosque, Kondadarama Temple, St Joseph's Cathedrals well as the Siddheshwara temple, which is just nearby.
Praveen Kumar 1 year ago
Best place to spend 2-3 days, full of lush green hills and water falls, trekking, home stays and many more to do.
Az R 1 year ago
Why don't you guys providing directions to the particular destinations,, Giving a opt as direct me to there might be helpful to the other state or foreigners
Tanvi Akhauri 1 year ago
I stayed at the Coffee Village Retreat while in Chikmagalur. It is a secluded coffee plantation property, with two huge guest houses nestled bang in the middle of it. I went in May, which was not the harvest season, so coffee beans were still green. If you want to experience the aroma of coffee in the air during the plucking season, it is advisable to visit between January-March. Do try the authentic South Indian flavours of gunpowder mixed with a little ghee while you're in the village. Your taste buds will thank you. The locals are very amiable, and will more often than not smile and wave at you. Reciprocate, and they'll smile wider. A suggestion from the locals prompted me to take a trek along the View Point trail nearby. It was an easy, refreshing, picturesque climb.
Sumeet Poojary 1 year ago
I went here first time with my new office friends. This place has been added to one of the memorable trip of my life. Best place to go with your friends. We had a stay at The Coffee Beans cottage.
Sumeet Poojary 1 year ago
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Pallavi Siddhanta 1 year ago
- Money exchange kiosks are not easily found in Chikmagalur. Kannada is the main language, but locals understand Hindi and English to a certain extent.
Muhammed Salih 6 months ago
Around 40 km from Chikmagalur, this sanctuary has one of the most treacherous roads I?ve ever been on. There was a very little amount of tarred roads, the roads were mostly laden with rocks. If you?re into offroad adventures, a ride through this sanctuary will satisfy your craving and with it show you some exotic animals and birds. Make sure you have enough fuel and air in the tires. The entry is free but you have to write your names and contact information at the entry point for safety.
Muhammed Salih 6 months ago
Situated around 30 km from Chikmagalur, Baba Budangiri is a pilgrimage destination for Muslims and Hindus alike. The drive there is a bit dangerous as the roads have no barriers and are very unevenly tarred but as you reach the top, every bit of that fear will have been worth it. You can see the Western Ghats stretching across the horizon with fogs providing that extra aestheticism and feel cold winds brushing up against your face if you travel during the winter and in the morning. Make sure you carry cash for snacks and take winter wear as the nights get really cold. There are cheap rooms available at the top for as cheap as 400 rupees per night but the facilities are really questionable.
Chintha Vivek Reddy 1 year ago
We will go to anantapuram to chikmangalur mulayanagudi tel me nearest route

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