Apart from the sweets and the silks that Mysore is known for, it also offers adventure lovers a chance to test their nerves.
On the Chamundi Hills, which also is a religious center and is quite popular lies the stunning Goddess Chamundeshwari temple.
There are also other religious sites where people go for excursions. Dharmasthala, Shravanabelagola and Shivanasamudra, are the notable ones. There are also numerous other adventure related activities that visitors can get indulged in. You can take your pick from trekking, kayaking, rafting and other rides. Situated in Kerala's Ernakulam district is the panchayat of Chottanikkara. Adjudged as one of the best panchayats it is most famous for the Chottanikkara Temple. A religious site, it has many other notable temples where visitors can go. The Ernakulathappan Temple, the Ettumanoor Shiva Temple and the Kaduthuruthy Shiva Temple, are to name just a few.
Travel via National Highway seventeen from Mysore to Chottanikkara. It is at a distance of three hundred and forty-five kilometers and with no direct trains, taking a cab is most convenient as it saves the time. Seven hours is all it takes to reach Chottanikkara from Mysore.
Distance between Mysore and Chottanikkara is and the average travel time is using a cab.
Mysore is one of the popular cultural tourist destinations in India. It is also a prominent industrial hub that houses many industries like IT, automobile and textiles. Mysore has numerous heritage and archaeological sites that entice visitors from far and wide. The city is located close to important eco-tourist destinations and popular hill stations.
Mysore, also called as cultural capital of Karnataka is known for its spectacular palaces, beautiful gardens and colourful festivals. The festival of Dussehra is celebrated with great fervour and the city gets magnificently decorated. Book cabs in Mysore
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You can reach Chottanikkara from Mysore by road in about using a cab upon driving using a cab.
Located in the Ernakulam district which lies in the central part of Kerala, Chottanikara is a well-known pilgrimage centre and attracts millions of tourists every year. Located on the outskirts of Kochi makes it well connected with the other parts of Kerala. The nearest airport is in Kochi, and from there one can hire a cab from Savaari Rental Cab services and reach Chottanikara. If one wishes to travel by railways, the nearest railway station is in Kochi, and from there regular bus services and cab services are available which would take you to Chottanikara. Those who live nearer to Chottanikara can straightaway hire a cab from Savaari Rental Cab services and reach there. Chottanikara is a beautiful place with lush green fields and calm breeze blowing all around. The weather is mostly remains warm and humid but the place is cooler in the evening owing to the cool breeze..
Chottanikara temple or Chottanikara Bhagwati Temple is the main tourist attraction of Chottanikara and attracts tourists from all over India. The temple is known for its beautiful architecture and is devoted to Goddess Bhagwati. The Archaeological Museum, which was earlier known as Thripunithura Hill Palace, is also a major tourist attraction in Chottanikara. The museum has a wide range of artifacts on display which belonged to the Kochi Kingdom. Kaduthuruthy Shiva Temple is also a major temple in the town along with the Poornathrayesa Temple; the former being dedicated to Lord Shiva. Vaikom Mahadev Temple and the Ernakulathappan temple are located in close proximity to Chottanikara; the latter being situated in Kochi. Those who visit Chottanikara must definitely go to Kochi which has many tourist attractions; one of which is the Kochi Fort. You may hire a cab from Savaari Rental Cab services.