Leisurely walks along dense coffee estates, historical tours, a rendezvous with abundant wildlife and energetic treks in the Western Ghats... Chikmagalur offers you an unforgettable holiday experience
  • Mullayanagiri
    Towering high at 6316 feet, the Mullayanagiri in the Chandra Dhrona Hill Ranges of the Western Ghats is the highest peak in Chikmagalur, and one of the highest peaks between the Himalayas and the Nilgiris. Being one of the best trekking destinations in Karnataka and South India, people travel from far and wide to experience the spectacular sunsets from the top of this peak.
    Distance: 5 kms
  • Baba Budangiri
    Baba Budangiri
    There is a famous trekking trail between Mullayanagiri and Baba Budangiri. Baba Budangiri is a hill in the Baba Budangiri Mountain Range, and is known for its shrine to the Sufi saint Hazrat Dada Hayat Khalandar. Along with the Mullayanagiri, these peaks are collectively known as Chandradrona Parvatha Shreni (Chandradrona Mountain Range) as they naturally form the shape of a crescent moon.
    Distance: 15 kms
  • Hebbe Falls
    A summer retreat of King Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV, as a mark of respect, it is also known as Sri Krishnarajendra Hill Station. Located at an altitude of 1434 metres above sea level, this beautiful location is surrounded by the Baba Budangiri Range. It boasts gorgeous mountain valley views and splendid ornamental gardens; A land truly befitting a King.
    Distance: 95 kms
  • Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary
    Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary
    If you are a wildlife lover, The Bhadra Wildlife Sanctury should definitely be on your bucket list. Take a safari into the sanctuary and we promise you will be enthralled by the variety of exotic flora and fauna.
    Distance: 95 kms
  • Coffee Estate
    Coffe Estate
    No trip to Chikmagalur is complete without a visit to the famed coffee plantations. Glossy green coffee shrubs interspersed with pepper vines and a variety of spice plants present a delightful treat for your senses as you navigate through the dense terrain.
    Distance: 2 kms