In the Sahyadri Hills of North Karnataka, Yana is a quaint Hill Station with a beauty that casts a spell and hills to appeal to the direst trekkers. Tucked in between one of the richest biodiversity centres of the world, Yana is a small hill station with immense beauty enough to captivate any soul that lays eyes on it. A small village located just 140 km from Hubli; Yana caves is famous as a centre of adventure, wildlife and religion hence proving to be the perfect getaway destination.
Blessed with the ever-enchanting greenery and freshness of the Sahyadri Hills of the Western Ghats, Yana is a hill station famous for housing two giant natural Limestone monoliths which attracts pilgrims in thousands every year. The Bhairaveshwara Peak and Mohini Peak are said to hold religious importance representing Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati respectively. Coupled with religious importance, it is also a great place to trek and bird watch. A trek to the twin peaks involves a very steep 3 km long trek which is at its worst slippery and it 's best breezy. The Yana village which symbolizes the rustic Indian rural life with mud roads, mushroom-like huts and a laid-back lifestyle allows you to get a glimpse of life in the Western Ghats.
Air: Nearest airport is at Hubli which is 142 km from Yana. One can hail a cab or take state roadways buses till Yana.
Rail: Nearest Rail head is at Kumta which is just 20 km away from Yana. From here you can use local transport or hail a taxi for reaching Yana.
Road: NH 17 connects Yana to Hubli, two easiest approach roads to Yana are from Kumta & Sirsi. Local state buses and private buses ply from Hubli, Sirsi and Kumta till Yana.
Nishant Choubeyon Yaana 3 years ago