4 Day Temple Tour - Coastal Karnataka


Starting From  ₹ 14,300*
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  • Sightseeing

A temple tour covering the most powerful and ancient templars in Coastal Karnataka - Sri Sharadamba Sringeri, Kamalashile Durgaparameshwari , Singanduru, Kollu Mookambika, Murudeshwara Temple, Mahabaleshwar Temple (Gokarna)
Stay in a comfortable 3 star hotel and available COVID safe transport starting from Bangalore, Mysore or Mangalore.
We can provide VIP darshan services too. Enquire with us to know more.


⦁ 03 nights’ accommodation in 3 star category hotel / resort 
⦁ Daily breakfast and dinner [veg] at hotel
⦁ AC vehicle usage as per itinerary


⦁ Lunches or beverages
⦁ Day -1 breakfast
⦁ Entrance fees to the temples
⦁ Any other service not mentioned in the inclusions like porter, guide, concierge ,etc. 
⦁ Expenses of personal nature
⦁ GST additional

    Day 1

    Sringeri & Kamalashile

    Early morning departure from Bangalore towards Sringeri by road. Visit, the Sharadamba Temple at Sringeri , which is an 8th-century temple, founded by Sri Adi Shankaracharya. It housed a sandalwood statue of Sri Shardamba, which was installed by Adi Shankarachaya. Later proceed to Kamalashile, which famous for its ancient Sri Brahmi Durgaparameshwari temple located in heart of the village. The name Kamalashile takes after the stone Linga. Goddess Sri Brahmi Durgaparameshwari is worshiped in the form of a Linga, which is said to be convergence of Goddesses Mahakali, Maha Lakshmi and Maha Saraswathi.
    Overnight stay in Paradise Wild Hills (Kodachadri)[D]

    Day 2

    Sigandur and Kollur Mookambika

    Depart after breakfast. On this day, visit Singandur, Shree Choudeshwari Temple is named Sigandur. Shree Devi kshethra was built in the 18th century. Sigandur kshethra is near Thumari, 42 km from Sagar town. Mother Choudeshwari is called “Sigandureshwari”. Later travel to Kollur, the Mookambika Temple is one of the seven most sacred spots of Salvation, is dedicated to the Goddess of emotional power and strength. The temple has a gold plated crest and copper roofs. Adi Shankaracharya, the great philosopher, is said to have visited this temple to perform penance. Adi Shankaracharya is also believed to have consecrated the idol of Goddess Mookambika.  The main deity of the temple is a swayambhu (self-born) jyotirlinga with a golden line cutting it into half, in which the left half represents Tridevis, and the right half represents Trimurtis
    Overnight Stay in Paradise Wild Hills (Kodachadri)  [B,D]

    Day 3

    Murudeshwara and Gokarna

    Depart after breakfast, proceed to Murdeshwar, is famous for Murudeshwara temple , which houses the 2nd tallest statues of Lord Shiva.  Murudeshwar temple is built on the Kanduka Hill. It is a temple dedicated to the Lord Shiva, and a 20-storied 249 ft tall Raja Gopura which considered the tallest Gopura in the world. Later proceed to Gokarna. Visit the famous Mahabaleshwar Temple, which houses the legendary Atmalinga, a gift given to Ravana by Lord Shiva himself, which Ravana carried with him all the way from Mount Kailash. This Atmalinga is enshrined in the temple on a square called Saligrama Peetha, which can be seen by devotees.
    Overnight in Gokarna. [B,D]

    Day 4

    Jog Falls 

    Depart from Gokarna post breakfast. Enroute, you can visit the famous Jog Falls, before returning to Bangalore.

Terms & conditions

⦁ GST of 5% applicable
⦁ Lunches, beverages not included
⦁ VIP darshan charges and entrances fees would be extra
⦁ The prices are not applicable during blackout dates


Black Out Dates: Prices are NOT valid on the below black out dates
•02/04/2021 to 04/04/2021
⦁13/05/2021 to 16/05/2021
⦁10/07/2021 to 12/07/2021
⦁28/08/2021 to 30/08/2021
⦁10/09/2021 to 12/09/2021
⦁15/10/2021 to 17/10/2021
⦁19/11/2021 to 21/11/2021

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