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Karnataka Temple Tour Package 7N/8D

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Day 1 Bangalore – Kukke Subrahmanya (280 Km)

As you arrive at the Bangalore airport, find our agent waiting to greet you and then drive you to Kukke Subrahmanya. When you arrive, check into the hotel you’ve already reserved and unwind for a while. After that, be ready to visit Subrahmanya’s primary temple. We will then go to the Adi Subrahmanya Temple. We will return to the hotel in the evening for dinner and an overnight stay.The holy site Kukke Subrahmanya is encircled by hills and a lovely green forest. Kukke is home to the primary Subrahmanya temple, which is tucked away on the bank of the Kumaradhara River. It is dedicated to the Snake Deity Vasuki and Lord Subrahmanya. This temple is known for its snake god-related religious ceremonies.

Day 2 –Kukke Subrahmanya – Dharmasthala – Mangalore

We will leave the hotel in Kukke Subrahmanya in the morning after breakfast and go to Mangalore. We will stop at Dharmasthala along the way, which is a well-known Hindu pilgrimage site and is around 60 kilometres away. We shall now examine the Manjunathaswamy Temple, one of Dharmasthala’s top tourist destinations. After that, we’ll go to Rathnagiri to see the statue of Bhagawan Bahubali, also known as Gommateshwara, and Sri Rama Kshetra, which are both situated along the Nethravathi River’s bank. After that, we’ll go on to Mangalore, which is where we’re going. Upon there, check in at the hotel and have a restful night.In the Dakshina Kannada district of the Karnataka state of India, in the Belthangadi taluk, Dharmasthala is a well-known town that is situated on the banks of the Nethravathi River. The Dharmasthala Temple, which houses the shrines of Shiva, Ammanavaru, Manjunatha, Chandranath, and the Dharma Daivas—the guardian spirits of Dharma—Kalarkayi, Kalarahu, Kanyakumari, and Kumaraswamy—is what gives the place its fame. The temple is maintained by a Jain administration, while Madhva-based Hindu priests perform the poojas there.

Day 3 –Mangalore – Udupi

We will depart for local tourism in Mangalore and explore its historic temples in the morning after breakfast. Our day trip will begin with a stop at the Kadri Manjunatha Temple. After that, we’ll proceed to the Kudroli Gokarnanatha Temple, the Mangaladevi Temple, and the Sharavu Mahaganapathi Temple. We will visit Kateel Durga Parameshwari Temple, which is around 20 km away and located on the bank of Nandini River, after seeing the local temples in Mangalore. We will also stop by the Kudupu Ananthapadmanabha Temple, which is located on the road to Kateel, if time allows. After that, we’ll head to Udupi. Check in at the hotel after arrival. We’ll go to the Malpe beach in the evening to see the sun set.

The main port of Karnataka is Mangalore, popularly known as Mangaluru. In Tulu, it is referred to as Kudla, in Beary Bashe as Maikala, in Konkani as Kodial, and in Malayalam as Mangalapuram. It is located between the Arabian Sea and the Western Ghat mountain ranges, some 371 kilometres to the west of Bangalore, the state capital.

Southwest of Karnataka is where the city of Udupi is situated. It is known for the Krishna Temple and serves as the administrative centre for the Udupi District. It is renowned for Kanakana Kindi and is also referred to as Lord Parasurama Kshetra. The prominent pilgrimage sites of Rajata Peetha and Shivalli (Shivabelli) are two more of Udupi’s top attractions.

Day 4 – Udupi – Murudeshwar – Idagunji – Gokarna

Today, we’ll get an early start and visit the Udupi Krishna Temple, one of the most well-known Sri Krishna Temples in the region. We will also visit the Anantheshwara and Chandramouleshwara temples. We’ll then head back to the hotel for breakfast. After finishing the hotel breakfast, we will check out and drive the approximate 103 kilometres to Murudeshwara. We’ll stop by the Anegudde Vinayaka Temple on route.

A settlement called Murudeshwara is located on the Arabian Sea coast. It is well known for its beach and temple, which draw tourists from all over the world. The second-tallest Shiva statue in the entire world is in Murudeshwara. The temple’s 20-story Gopura, which is around 237.5 feet tall, is another notable feature.

After there, we’ll travel 78 kilometres (km) to Gokarna, which is the next stop. We’ll stop at the well-known Ganapathi Temple in Idagunji on the way. When you get to Gokarna, check in at the hotel and enjoy a relaxing evening stay.

Day 5 –Gokarna – Sirsi

We will visit one of Gokarna’s well-known temples, the Mahabaleshwara Temple, which is a sacred pilgrimage place for Hindu devotees, after taking an early-morning bath. We’ll go to the Tamra Gowri and Ganapathi Temples. We’ll then head back to the hotel for breakfast. We will depart for Sirsi, which is around 84 kilometres away, after breakfast. Check into the hotel you’ve already reserved when you arrive. After taking a short break, we will travel the 17 kilometres to Sahasralinga. At North Canara’s Shalmala River, hundreds of Lingas are carved out of stone in a breathtaking site in the Western Ghats. If there is time, we will also go to Banavasi’s Sonda Vadiraja Mutt and Sri Madhukeshwara Temple.

Day 6-Sirsi – Jog Falls – Sigandur – Kollur

After breakfast in the morning, we will check out of the hotel and travel 63 kilometres to Jog Falls, one of the most popular tourist destinations in Karnataka recognised for its abundance of natural beauty. It is also known as Jogada Gundi and Gersoppa Falls, and it is the second-highest waterfall in India.

Then, we’ll move on to our next stop, the Sigandur Chowdeshwari Temple, which is located close to the Sharavathi River. This temple is distinctive in and of itself because it is surrounded by greenery. It is a highly powerful and self-evident temple for the goddess.After there, we will continue on to Kollur, our final stop for the day, which is located some 48 km distant. It is well-known for hosting an ancient temple dedicated to Goddess Mookambika and is located at the base of the Western Ghats. As soon as you arrive, check into the hotel and visit the well-known Mookambika Temple. According to legend, Shri Adi Shankaracharya deified the goddess depicted in the panchaloha on the Shri Chakra. Spend a night’s stay at the Kollur hotel.

Day 7-Kollur – Sringeri – Horanadu

We will check out of the hotel and depart for Sringeri, which is located approximately 110 kilometres away, after the morning breakfast. One can enjoy photographing Agumbe Ghat’s picturesque scenery while travelling. We will tour Sringeri’s two stunning temples, Vidya Shankara Temple and Sri Sharadamba Temple. After that, we’ll go the 80 kilometres to Horanadu. Enjoy a night’s stay at the hotel in Horanadu.On the banks of the Tunga River stands Sringeri. It is one of Sringeri’s top tourist destinations because it is the location of the first mutt that Adi Shankaracharya founded. Many Hindu devotees from all over the nation and the world visit the two historic temples, Sri Sharadamba Temple and Vidya Shankara Temple, which are located in the area. The Vidyashankara temple is the more impressive of the two in terms of architecture.In the district of Chikmagalur, Horanadu is a beautiful natural setting. The goddess Annapoorneshwari’s historic temple, which was rebuilt and given the new name Adi-Shaktyatmaka Shree Annapoorneshwari, is located there. Gold makes up the bulk of Annapoorneshwari’s deity. It is thought that a person who seeks the blessings of the Goddess will never go hungry.

Day 8-Horanadu – Kalasa – Belur – Halebidu – Bangalore

Our final day will begin with breakfast before we travel the approximately 320 miles from Horanadu to Bangalore. We’ll stop by the Kalaseshwara Temple in Kalasa en route. Once you arrive in Bangalore, you will be taken to the airport or train station so you can catch your aircraft or train to your next destination.


Karnataka Temple Tour Package

If you’re looking to explore the rich cultural and spiritual heritage of Karnataka, a temple tour package is the perfect way to do it. Karnataka is home to some of the most magnificent temples in India, many of which date back hundreds of years. With a temple tour package, you’ll be able to visit these ancient structures and learn about the fascinating history and mythology behind them.

Here’s what you can expect from a Karnataka temple tour package:


A Karnataka temple tour package is designed to take you to some of the most popular and historically significant temples in the state. The tour will typically start in Bangalore, the state capital, and will cover various temples and pilgrimage sites across the state. The package includes transportation, accommodation, and sightseeing arrangements.


A typical Karnataka temple tour package will include the following:

  • Accommodation in comfortable hotels
  • Transportation arrangements (AC vehicle)
  • Sightseeing arrangements (entry fees, guide fees, etc.)
  • All applicable taxes


The following items are typically not included in a Karnataka temple tour package:

  • Airfare or train fare
  • Meals and beverages (unless specified)
  • Any personal expenses, such as laundry, telephone calls, etc.
  • Travel insurance


Q. What is the best time to visit Karnataka for a temple tour? A. The best time to visit Karnataka for a temple tour is during the winter months, between October and


  • Transport services by an exclusive vehicle as per itinerary.
  • Swift Dzire/Etios/Amaze
  • MAP Plan ( Breakfast & Dinner)
  • Airport, Railway Station and Hotel Pickup and drop back at the end of the tour.
  • Assistance on arrival.
  • Check in & Check out at 12Noon.
  • Inclusive fall the Taxes (Parking, Toll Tax, Luxury Tax, Green Tax, Felix, And Driver Exp.etc.
  • Heater charge will be extra.
  • Any monument entry fees / camera fees.
  • Any meal, which is not mentioned above.
  • Any guide charges.
  • 5% GST.
  • Any air / train fare.
  1. Cancellation before 30days of start date will be charged 20% Of Total Package.
  2. Cancellations between 16 days to 30 days before start date, 35% of tour cost would be charged as retention.
  3. Cancellations between 10 days to 15 days before start date, 50% of tour cost would be charged as retention.

Cancellation between 7 days to 5 days will be charged full amount Token amount not refundable


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