Guddeangadi is a small town in the Udupi district of Karnataka. It is a part of the Udupi district which is considered to be one of the oldest educational centres. It is also famous for its folk dance and drama form which is known as ‘Yakshagana.’ It is in close proximity to the Arabian Sea and hence experiences extreme humidity for most parts of the year.
Places to Stay
The nearest place to find accommodation here is in the town of Udupi (21 km). Hotels like Kediyoor Hotels, Hotel Shambhavi (Tariff-Rs. 1250), Hotel Century Exclusive (Tariff-Rs. 1300), and Hotel Karavali provide comfortable accommodation.
Kannada is the official language spoken here. Konkani and the regional dialect of Tulu are the other important languages here.
The Krishna Janmashtami and the Mahashivratri are the two major festivals celebrated here. The other major ones include Makar Sankranti, Holi, and Diwali.
Places of Interest
Udupi (21 km) is a major tourist attraction close to Guddeangadi. Places like St. Mary’s Island, Malpe (26 km), The Shree Krishna Temple (32 km), the Barkana Falls (75 km), and Attur Church (46 km) are places worth a visit.
How to Get There
The nearest airport to Guddeangadi is the Mangalore Airport (100 km).
Guddeangadi has its own railway station. The junction closest to it is the Mangalore Railway station (108 km).
Guddeangadi has its own bus stop. Operators like Durgamba Motors, Anand Travels, Ganesh Travels & Tours, and SRS Travels provide their services here. These buses also ply to Mumbai, Thissur, Mangalore as well as Bangalore. Online bus booking facility is the most convenient way to book your tickets.