Mangalore welcomes you with a garland of tourist destinations like Beach of Panambur and Mangalore, Temple of Sri Gokarnantheshwar at Kudroli, Pilikula park and The Jain temple with thousand pillars.
It is a 130.5 km, 2h 20 min westward drive from Mangalore on NH-48 via Adyar, Uppangadi, Nallyadi and crossing the Western Ghats to Sakleshpur, or 156.3 km 3h 20 min drive on NH-234 from Mangalore via Bantwai, Maladi and Laila to Sakleshpur.You can take a bus or a taxi that would take 4hrs or 2 hrs 30 min to reach Sakleshpur respectively.
There are many trains running between Mangalore central MAQ or Mangalore junction MAJN to Sakleshpur SKLR. Daily express for instanceKarwarâ€“Bangalore Express 16524 departing from MAQ at 20:20 and arriving at SKLR 01:25 and 16523 departing from SKLR at 3:00 and arriving at MAQ at 8:20
Three day Express on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday for instance Karwar-Yesvantpur Express (16416) departing from MAJN at 11:10, and arriving at SKLR at 15:30, and 16515 departing from SKLR at 12:10 and arriving at MAJN AT 17:40.
Saklespur is bounty in tourist attractions like Fort of Manjarabad, Kukke Subhramanya, Ayappa Swami and Eshwar Temple and Agni and Jenukal Gudda.
Mangalore is a historic city located in the state of Karnataka. The city is one of the major ports of India from the 6th century A.D. The name Mangalore is derived from the Hindu goddess Mangala Devi.
The city is a shoppers-paradise. Mangalore port handles majority of the coffee exports and cashew exports of India. if you are looking for car rentals in Mangalore, let us know and we would provide you with the best deals.
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Sakleshpur is a breath taking hill station town situated in the biodiversity hotspot (the Western Ghats) of Hassan District in the South Indian state of Karnataka surrounded by the exalted green hills of coffee, pepper, cardamom and areca plantations. The town lies on the National Highway 48 (NH 48) connecting Mangalore with Bengaluru. It is a 3 hour 9 minute drive from Bengaluru covering a distance of 221.3 Kilometres. Sakleshpur is also connected with Bengaluru railway station by an overnight train. The nearest airports from Sakleshpur are Mangalore (132 kms), Mysore (155 kms) and Bengaluru (236 kms). Savaari can rental services run pecial services for this route. Also regular AC and non AC buses ply between Bengaluru and Mangalore via Sakleshpur, maintained by the KSRTC. Sakleshpur has 9 beautiful hotels for the accommodation of tourists. The ideal time to visit Sakleshpur is the month of November when coffee blooms and the air gets filled with its aroma..
Sakleshpur is famous for the grandeur collection of temples and forts of its own. These masterpieces have sustained their beauty till date. Recommended destinations to visit in Sakleshpur are:
1. Manjarabad Fort: Built by the then Mysore Ruler, Tipu Sultan was used as a strategic defensive location has a beautiful view from its top.
2. Kukke Subrahmanya Temple: Nestled amidst the spectacular view of rivers, forests and mountains with Lord Shiva as the presiding deity of the temple is famous for performing ritual rites to evade Sarp Dosha.
3. Jenukal Gudda: It is the second highest peak in Karnataka also offering the view of coast of Arabian Sea is quite an adventurous place for the trekking activists.
4. Bisle Ghat: Surrounded by the Bisle Reserve Forest, it is a home to a wide variety of flora and fauna where the tourists can take a look at nestling mountain ranges.
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