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Bangalore to Udupi Tour Package

Udupi Tour Packages from Bangalore

Book 18 Popular & Best Udupi Holiday Trips from Bangalore by Private Cab including, best Itinerary, Stay, Sightseeing and Meal Plan at affordable rates with best service.

Places to visit in Udupi

  • St. Mary's Island|: Located just 4 miles off the coast of Karnataka in the Arabian Sea, St. Mary's Island is a geological treasure and hosts some of the most beautiful beaches in the country. It is a group of four individual islands namely Coconut Island, North Island, South Island and Daryabahadurgarh Island. One can find a shoreline made up full of crystalline rocks which were created at the time Madagascar Island got separated from India.

  • Malpe Beach: On the top of the list of exquisite unexplored beaches in India is the Malpe beach. It is located at a distance of 66 kilometres from Mangalore and 6 kilometres from Udupi in Karnataka. The pristine white sand, pleasant weather, and the delectable food shacks here and the sea walk make Malpe Beach an ideal spot for a quick escape. The latest addition to the beach by the authorities are the free wifi facilities that is available 24 x 7!

  • Krishna Temple: Considered to be one of the most famous pilgrimage sites in South India, the Krishna Temple or the Udupi Sri Krishna Matha is one of the most auspicious temples dedicated to Lord Krishna. The idol of Krishna is adorned with jewels and a golden chariot. What makes the temple unique, is its worshipping pattern. The prayers and process of the whole worship take place only through a silver-plated window with nine holes called the Navagraha Kitiki. A temple known as Udupi Anantheshwara Temple surrounds the Shree Krishna Matha. This temple traces back to 1,000 years.

  • Kaup Beach: Located between Mangalore and the town Udupi, Kaup (Kapu) beach is another pristine and relatively untouched beach. There is a lighthouse here, constructed in 1901, which is open every day for an hour from 5:30 AM. The beach is lined There are many beautiful Airbnb's around the beach which makes for the perfect quiet getaway. The panoramic view of the sea from the top of the lighthouse is phenomenal.

  •  Delta Beach: Surrounded by water on three sides, Kodi Bengre Beach is a perfect attraction for beach lovers. With the Suvarna River draining into the Arabian Sea, it forms a delta and hence it gets its name as Delta Beach and is also known as a 'sangama' point.

  • Jomlu Teertha: Located in the Someshwara Wildlife Sanctuary, Jomlu Teerth is a waterfall formed by the mesmerising River Sita. The fall cascades down a rocky terrain from a height of 20 feet in the middle of the dense natural reserve. The music made by the gushing water body and the birds singing their hearts away is sure to captivate one and all.

  •  Manipal: Well known for the Manipal University, this town is home to multiple educational institutions founded by Dr T M A Pai. It is located in the Malabar coast region with the Arabian Sea at a touching distance of 8km. Apart from the Manipal University campus, this place also houses the international headquarters of Syndicate bank and a regional IT hub.

  • Pajaka: The birthplace of Sri Madhavacharya, a Dvaita philosopher, this village has a number of attractions that depict or mark the events and life of the philosopher. Find here a Banyan tree grown by him and the Madhava Mandir.

  •  Kudlu Falls: Also known as Sita Falls, Kudlu Falls is famous for its picturesque beauty. The waterfall cascades down the Western Ghats from a height of 150 feet in the midst of a dense green cover of the hilly terrain. It requires a moderate level of trekking through the green zone to reach the enchanting waterfall. The attraction is, thus, a favourite amongst trekkers and nature lovers.

  • Chandramouleshwara Temple: Devoted to Lord Shiva, this temple must be visited by all devotees before visiting the Krishna Temple as it is also located right next to it. The history of this temple dates back to over 900 years and is older than the Krishna Mutt. It is said to be extremely peaceful inside.

  • Mookambika Temple: Mookambika Temple is dedicated to Aadiprakarshakti who is believed to embody the powers of three goddesses, Goddess Saraswati, Goddess Mahakali and Maha Lakshmi. The sanctum sanctorum houses a Linga represents Purusha as well as Shakti and is called the Udbhavlinga.

  • Anantheshwara Temple: Dedicated to Lord Shiva, Ananteshwar Temple is an ancient 8th-century temple believed to be the oldest in the region. The temple complex also houses Chandramouleshwara and Krishna Temples. The main shrine is made of stone and has a recently installed silver door frame. A Hindu philosopher, Madhavacharya, trained and taught his disciples in the temple complex.

  • Coin Museum: Coin Museum Corp Bank, also known as Corporation Bank Heritage Museum has an extensive collection of coins belonging to various dynasties dating back to 400 BC. One can also get extensive knowledge about the history of banking in India since 1906. The Corporation Bank's founder's house was remodelled to establish the heritage museum as a 'Financial Temple'. The museum houses about 1400 coins with a current market value of over 4 million rupees.

  • Pajaka Kshetra: Pajaka Kshetra is the birthplace of a renowned philosopher, Shree Madhavacharya. The place is believed to be highly sacred and has been mentioned in a biographical poem named Sampraday Paddhati written by Shree Hrushikesha, a disciple of Shree Madhavacharya. Several facts and monuments associated with Madhavacharya have been maintained in the kshetra that devotees and tourists can explore.

  •  Sri Brahmi Durgaparameshwari Temple: Sri Brahmi Durga Parameshwari Temple is dedicated to Goddess Durga Parameshwari who is worshipped in the form of Linga. The Linga is also believed to be the convergence of Maha Lakshmi, Goddess Saraswati and Mahakali. The temple has an evening mangalarti, called the Salaam Mangalarti, dedicated to Tipu Sultan to commemorate his visit to the shrine.

  • Anantha Padmanabha Temple: Located on the beautiful banks of River Sita, Anantha Padmanabha Temple is a 7th century temple dedicated to Lord Anantha Padmanabha. The temple is said to be built by Krishna Hebbar after a fire destroyed most of the shrine along with the temple car. The new structure now also houses an idol of Lord Ganesha and Rudralinga.

  • Sri Indrani Panchadurga Parameshwari Temple: Sri Indrani Panchadurga Parameshwari Temple is an 11th century shrine dedicated to Goddess Durga. The temple houses five (pancha) Lingas that represent the Goddess and a stone sculpture of Vanadurga. The temple is one of the Shakti Peethas and is situated in a vast temple complex.

  •  Anejhari Butterfly Camp: Anejari Butterfly Camp is an exciting little attraction in the midst of dense foliage of the Mookambila Wildlife Sanctuary. Nature lovers can spend an ample amount of time watching beautiful butterflies and birds in their natural habitat or go on soothing nature walks while adventure seekers can trek the enchanting trails through the reserve to reach the 10th highest peak in the state, the Kodachadri Peak.

  •  Kollur: Situated at the foot of Western ghats, this temple city of Kollur, also known as Kolapura, is a famous pilgrimage site in Karnataka. Often believed that sage Kola’s spiritual faith has led to the enlightenment of the city with the building of the famous Mookambika temple, devoted for worshipping Shakti or Parvati Goddess.

  • Shopping in Udupi: Ratha Beedi is a popular market near the Krishna Market where one can shop for local spices, vessels, earthenware and handicrafts. One may also go to the City Centre Mall here. While in Udupi, get your hands on the Kanjiwaram Silk Saris and local style jewellery that the town is known for.

  •  Someshwara Wildlife Sanctuary: Nestled in the Western Ghats of Udupi, these semi-evergreen and evergreen forests have been named after the Lord Someshwera, whose temple lies in the sanctuary area. Receiving the highest rainfall in Karnataka, the Agumbe Ghat in Someshwara Wildlife Sanctuary is known as the Cherrapunji of Karnataka.

  • Hoode Beach: Hoode Beach is a secluded beach located in Kodi Bengare village in Udupi. Visitors can enjoy the calm ambience and gentle waves of the shore with coconut trees forming the perfect backdrop.

  • Sea Walk Malpe: Located by the Malpe Harbour, the Sea Walk is one of the most popular tourist attractions of the region. Visitors get to view the vast expanse of the Arabian Sea on one side of the 450m walkway, with the backwaters of the Swarna River on the other side.

  • Varanga: Located 39 kms away from Udupi, the village of Varanga is a popular pilgrim centre with a rich Jain heritage. The village is known for its Jain temples and local architecture

  • Mattu Beach: If one craves peace and quiet while visiting a beach, then Mattu Beach in Udupi is definitely a place they must visit. This secluded beach is located just off NH66, 10 kms from Udupi.

  •  Kemmannu Hanging Bridge: Located 7.5 kms from Delta Beach, the Kemmannu Hanging Bridge is a hidden tourist attraction in Udupi. Built originally to connect the two banks of the Swarna River, it has now become a location for a number of adventure sports.

  •  Padukere Beach: Padukere Beach is a hidden treasure located 29km from Udupi. The beach can be accessed by ferry or by a bridge. Located near Malpe Beach, it is the perfect spot for those looking to avoid the tourist hustle and bustle as well as visitors looking to plan a picnic by the coast.

  • Manipal Museum of Anatomy and Pathology: Established over 40 years ago by Dr. SS Godbole, the the Manipal Museum of Anatomy and Pathology or MAP houses a vast collection of over 3000 specimens. Divided into two sections, the anatomy section is where one can find the skull of an elephant and the skeleton of a cobra as well as exhibits of human body parts. The pathology section consists of diseased organs and body parts. The life-style related diseases display helps visitors understand the impact of modern lifestyle on our body.

  • Cycling: Cycling is one of the best activities to indulge in if you are visiting Udupi and its coastal areas. This activity allows tourists to enjoy the beaches and other tourist attractions in the region, despite the slightly challenging terrain changes. The best times to go cycling are early in the morning during sunrise or in the evening as the sun sets over the Arabian Sea.

  • St. Lawrence Church: The St. Lawrence Shrine Basilica in Karkala, Udupi attracts tourists and pilgrims from around the world. Built in 1759, this Gothic church inspires awe amongst visitors thanks to its towering spires, twin gates and plush lawns. A pond on the premises adds serenity to the church, making it a great place to visit 

  • Varanga Jain Temple: One of Karnataka's most unique and treasured shrines, the ancient temples of Varanga are located in the Varanga village, Hebri Taluk of Udupi. An abode of art, architecture and heritage is truly a paradise for lovers of history and culture. This cluster of three temples; namely Neminatha temple, Varanga Matada Basadi and Varanga Kere Basadi, is a must-visit in Udupi.

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