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Chikmagalur, Karnataka

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Chikmagalur also known as the “Young Daughter’s Town,” is known as the “Coffee Land of Karnataka,” and is where much of India’s coffee is grown. Set against the majestic Mullayangiri ranges at 3400 feet, it draws trekkers, nature enthusiasts, thrill-seekers, and explorers. It also has many temples, which draw devotees from afar. Its well-known waterfalls include Jhari Waterfalls, Hanuman Gundi Waterfalls, Shankar Falls, Hebbe Falls, and Kadambi Falls.

Nearby Places to See

Z Point
It is a beautiful view point close to Kemmangundi, which is 50 kilometres from Chikmagalur. Getting to Z Point from Kemmangundi takes about 30 minutes on foot. The Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary’s valley and forests can be seen in all their glory from this location.
Datta Peetha/ Baba Budangiri
It is located on a high point five kilometres off the Kemmangundi road and is a sacred place for people of all faiths. The area is a paradise for nature lovers in addition to the religious shrines. The trekkers are drawn to go on walks and treks through the wilderness by a waterfall, small, picturesque lakes, grasslands, and hills.
Hirekolale Lake
It was constructed about 10 kilometres from the city to supply water to Chikmagalur town and to supply irrigation facilities to neighbouring villages. The lake is a peaceful place to spend the evenings and is nestled in between two hill ranges.
Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary
The sanctuary, which is about 80 kilometres from Chikmagalur, is designated as a Tiger Reserve under Project Tiger. The Bhadra River flows through the preserve, which inspired the park’s name. It spans the districts of Chikmagalur and Shivamogga, and has a total area of 492 square kilometres, earning it the alternative name of Muthodi Wildlife Sanctuary. The Sanctuary is home to numerous animals, including more than 250 different bird species. The authorities run Jeep Safari, boat tours, and trekking excursions around the sanctuary’s perimeter. The sanctuary was founded in 1951 and designated as a Project Tiger site in 1998.
It is a hill station located 50 kilometres from the city. The Mullayyanagiri range of hills and valleys, with gorgeous views all around, is on the route to the location. Gardens and lovely trails leading into nearby forests connect visitors with nature.
Kudremukh National Park
Kudremukh National Park, which is surrounded by mountains, protects a number of endemic and endangered plant and animal species. Tigers, leopards, and wild dogs are a few of the frequently seen animals here.