Top things to do in Kudremukh trek

So planning a visit to Kudremukh Trek but don’t know where to start from or visit locations?

Here we have listed detailed information of the best locations to visit in Kudremukh. 

Escape from the daily routine for 2 days of your holiday and find yourself in this amazing place which you are surely not going to regret on coming. 

 

Location

At a height of 1894 m above ocean level, the Kudremukh Peak is a heaven for adventurers and naturists the same, with its precipitous ways and botanical and faunal variety.

 

Hanuman Gundi waterfall

A beautiful waterfall that can be visited throughout the season and is one of the attractive locations at Kudremukh. Hanumana Gundi Falls, otherwise called Suthanabbe Falls or Soothe Abbi Falls is situated in the sloping environmental factors of the Kudremukh National Park in the Chikkamagaluru region of Karnataka, India. This is a seasonal waterfall created by the incessant rains that pour over the Kudremukh valley. 

This fall is the point from where the Tungna river starts. 

You need to make tickets before entering the falls but do retain the ticket with you till you exit out of Kudremukh valley. 

 

Kalasa 

Kalasa is a taluk situated in the Chikkamagaluru locale in Karnataka. Kalasa is home to the Kalaseshwara Temple committed to Lord Shiva.  Kalasa lies 92 Kilometers South-west of Chikmagalur and is situated on the banks of the Bhadra River. Kannada and Tulu dialects are spoken here. Kalasa can be reached by KSRTC and private transport. The closest rail line station is the Chikkamagaluru rail line station. The closest air terminal is Mangalore International Airport recently known as Bajpe air terminal arranged in Mangalore. 

 

Kudremukh National park

For visiting the Kudremukh National Park, the section charge for an Indian traveller is INR 200 and for an unfamiliar vacationer is INR 1,000.

The recreation area is home to an assortment of birds, for example, the Malabar trogon, Malabar whistling thrush, and the royal pigeon. At 1892 meters, Kudremukh is the second most noteworthy top in Karnataka (after Mullayyanagiri). Kudremukh is pronounced one of 34 natural focal points of the world due to its tropical organic lavishness. 

The recreation area is home to an assortment of birds, for example, the Malabar trogon, Malabar whistling thrush, and the royal pigeon. At 1892 meters, Kudremukh is the second most noteworthy top in Karnataka (after Mullayyanagiri). Kudremukh is pronounced one of 34 natural focal points of the world due to its tropical organic lavishness. 

A national park with amazing wildlife diversity and a lot to explore. This is a place which makes you enjoy and learn a hell lot of new things. 

 

Flora and Fauna 

Kudremukh untamed life division (central command Karkala) includes three safeguarded regions, to be specific, Kudremukh National Park, Someshwara Wildlife Sanctuary and Mookambika Wildlife Sanctuary. Kudremukh National Park is arranged in pieces of Chikkamagaluru, Dakshina Kannada and Udupi areas. Someshwara and Mookambika Wildlife Sanctuaries are arranged incompletely in the Udupi area and part of the way in Shivamogga region. The degrees of the safeguarded regions are as per the following: Kudremukh public park 600.57 Km square, Someshwara Wildlife Sanctuary 314.25 Km square and Mookambika Wildlife Sanctuary 370.37 Km square. Kudremukh untamed life division has two sub-divisions, to be specific, Kudremukh and Siddapura natural life sub-divisions, and comprises of nine territories, specifically, Agumbe, Amasebailu, Belthangady, Hebri, Karkala, Kerekatte, Kollur, Kudremukh and Someshwara natural life ranges. Woods of Kudremukh National Park are fundamental of evergreen to semi-evergreen sorts. At higher heights (over 1,000 m), broad and moving meadows encompassing pockets of shola timberland in valleys and miseries are met with. Woodlands of Someshwara and Mookambika Wildlife Sanctuaries display a mosaic of evergreen, semi-evergreen and auxiliary wet deciduous backwoods. Untamed life found in these safeguarded regions incorporates tiger, jaguar, wild canine, buffalo, elephant (infrequent), sambar, spotted deer (presented in Kudremukh), sloth bear, wild hog, Lion followed macaque, normal langur, hat macaque, assortments of reptiles and birds, and so forth. 

 

Gangamoola 

Gangamoola is a slope in the Chikkamagaluru region of the province of Karnataka, India. Otherwise called Varaha Parvata, it is one of the slopes in the Western Ghats range and is known for being the wellspring of three streams, Tunga, Bhadra and Netravathi. If you visit Kudremukh then you need to visit this place. A place of perfect beauty and serene environment. The best part is the sunset to watch from the peak which makes you witness the colorful red, yellow and orange color of the sky. Otherwise called the Varaha Parvatha, this mountain at a height of 1458 m above sea level is an UNESCO World Heritage Site. The wellspring of the Rivers Tunga, Bhadra and Netravati lie here. The primary attractions here are the sanctuary of Goddess Bhagavathi and a cavern with a 6 feet tall picture of Varaha. This area is mineral rich with magnetite-quartzite stores. It is likewise an area of interest with in excess of 107 types of birds.

 

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