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About Challakere

Challakere

Challakere is a town based in the Chitradurga district of Karnataka. It is also called the ‘oil city of Karnataka’ and is the second largest supplier and producer of edible oil only to be trumped by Mumbai city. Challakere is known to have more than 60 oil industries. The kambal (blankets) of Challakere are also very popular. These blankets are made by Kurba people and are sold across different cities in India.

Places to Stay
There are good budget friendly hotels in Challakere. Some of them include Hotel Kutti (Tariff –Rs. 500) and Hotel Raghavendra (Tariff – Rs. 800), and Hotel Sahara (Tariff – Rs.800).

Language
The official spoken language of Challakere is Kannada. Tamil, Telugu, and Hindi are also spoken here.

Events
The temple festival or Jatra begins in Challakere in the month of March. This lasts for 8 days. The other festivals in Challakere include Ugadi, Onam, Vinayaka Chaturthi, and Diwali.

Places of Interest
Challakere has many temples that attract several tourists every year. Some of the temples include Dutta Temple, Lord Veerbhadra Swamy Temple, Challakere Temple, and Ajjan Guddi.

How to Get There

Air:
The nearest airport to Challakere is the Bangalore International Airport. It is approximately 179 km away from Challakere.

Rail:
Challakere has its own railway station. Regular trains to different cities run from this junction.

Bus:
Challakere is well connected with other Indian cities through buses. There are daily buses to Bangalore, Mysore, Hyderabad and other cities of India. Some of the best bus operators that offer good experience for passengers include SRE Travels and Tirupati Travels. Volvo bus service is available to any popular tourist destinations across India



About Kaup

Kaup

Kaup or Kapu, a small coastal town in Karnataka’s Udupi district, is famous for its Kaup Beach, lighthouse, a fort built by Tippu Sultan and three temples dedicated to Mariamma. This region is a perfect getaway with a shack and bar on the beach. A visit to Mangalore is incomplete without a visit to Kaup. A few of the nearby cities include Udupi, Karkala, Kota and Mudbidri.

Places to Stay
Kaup provides both luxurious and budget hotels for travellers visiting this region. Some of the budget hotels are Hotel Janardana (Tariff – Rs.751), Hotel Pancharatna Paradise (Tariff – Rs.526), Hotel karthik (Tariff – Rs.491) and Varsha Guest House (Tariff – Rs.449).

Language
The languages spoken in Kaup are Tulu, Konkani, Kannada and Beary Bashe.

Events
The important festivals in Kaup are Samudra Mathana in January, Maha Shivratri in February, Ugadi in March- April, Navratri in September-October and Diwali in October-November.

Places of Interest
Kaup is famous for its tourist attractions in and around the town. These places include Kaup Beach, a kilometer away, Polipu Beach (800 m), Pithrody Udyavar Beach (9 km), Udupi (14 km), Malpe Beach (18 km), Pilarkhana Forest (14 km), Manipal (19 km) and Karkala (35 km).

How to Get There

Air:
The nearest airport is 44 km away from Kaup, which is located in Mangalore.

Rail:
There is no railway station in Kaup. Padubidri Railway Station, which is 7 km away, is the nearest railway station from Kaup.

Bus:
The town of Kaup is connected through a wide network of buses from various parts of Mangalore, Bangalore and nearby cities as well as other states. Private bus operators such as Sri Durgamba Travels, Sea Bird Tourists, SRS Travels and Pragathi Tourist Corporation run Volvo A/C buses to this town. TicketGoose.com offers discount coupons for bus booking to all its customers. 




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