A temple tour covering the most powerful and ancient templars in Western Ghats and Coastal Ghats - Sri Sharadamba Sringeri, Annapoorneshsawri Horanadu, Sri Krishna, Amruteshwari Temple, Kateel, Neelathirtha Cave Temple
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.
⦁ 02 nights’ accommodation
⦁ Daily breakfast and dinner [veg] at hotel
⦁ AC vehicle usage as per itinerary [Sedan for 2 pax, Innvoa for 4-6 pax and T.T for 12 pax].
⦁ 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
Annapoorneshwri and Sri Sharadamba Temple
Early morning departure towards Sringeri by road.
Visit Sri Annapoorneshwari temple , the temple is also known as Adhishakthyathmaka Sri Annapoorneshwari Ammanavara Temple or Sri Kshetra Horanadu Temple. The word Annapoorna means ‘the prefect or complete food’. The legend has it that Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati had an heated argument, when Lord Shiva declared that the world is an illusion or ‘maya’, determined to prove him wrong Goddess Parvati rendered the environment, soil and climate still, leading to massive draught. Out of pity, Goddess Parvati reincarnated as Sri Annapoorneshwari , who distributed food and grains to the people in the region.
Next visit, the Sharadamba Temple at Sringeri , which is an 8th-century temple, founded by Sri Adi Shankaracharya. It housed a sandalwood statue of Sri Sharadamba, which was installed by Adi Shankarachaya.
Overnight stay in Paradise isle [D]
Udupi Sri Krishna Temple and Amruteshwari Temple - Udupi
Depart after breakfast.
Visit Udupi Sri Krishna Matha , a temple dedicated to Lord Krishna. This legendary temple is famed for its two exclusive features. Firstly, it’s a tradition in the temple to worship the Lord through an exquisitely carved, silver-plated inner window with nine holes, called Navagraha kitiki. Secondly, unlike the usual norm of placing the idol of Lord Vishnu facing the east, Lord Krishna’s idol at the temple is placed facing the west. Also, you know visit the Ananteshwar Temple, the most ancient temple in Udupi and Chandramouleshara Temple , which adjacent to each other.
Next visit Amruteshwari Temple, in the main garbhagudi (inner sanctum) of the temple, at three places, Lingas shaped like Shivalinga appear by itself which is an unique and not found anywhere throughout the country. Devotees from all over the country come here and worship the goddess to grant them the motherhood
Overnight Stay in Paradise Isle [B,D]
Kateel Durga Parameshwari Temple and Nellitheertha Cave Temple
Durga Parameshwari Temple, located on an island in the Nandini river. The temple dedicated to goddess Durga Parameshwari is in the form of an Udhbhava Moorthi (naturally formed). As the legend goes, Goddess Durga appeared in front of Sage Jabali and assured him that she would kill the demon Arunasura. She later took the shape of a bumble bee and killed Arunasura on the banks of the river Nandini.
Nellitheertha Cave Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is believed that the cave in Nellitheertha was used by Sage Jabali to perform a penance to appease Goddess Durga Parameshwari. There is a natural cave, about 200 metres long. Access is restricted, forcing visitors to crawl in on their knees. Inside, there is a lake and a Shiva Lingam.
After completion of darshan , you will travel back home to mark the end of a very successful pilgrimage.
Hotels Used: Paradise Isle Hotel
|3 days - MAP (weekends)|
|2 pax||4 pax||6 pax|
|3 days - MAP (weekdays)|
|2 pax||4 pax||6 pax|
|3 days - MAP (2 wekenday+ 1 wekend)|
|2 pax||4 pax||6 pax|
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.