Haleyangady or Haleangadi is a place in the Dakshin Kannada district of the Indian state of Karnataka. It is located in the Mangalore Taluk. It is an important junction on the National Highway 66 which connects Cochin to Panvel in Maharashtra. It is 24 km from the main town of Mangalore. It is a part of the multi – village water supply plan initiated by the state government of Karnataka.
Places to Stay
There are no big hotels in Haleyangady. The closest place to find accommodation is the main city of Mangalore at a distance of 24 km. The hotels here include Hotel Kumar’s International (Tariff - Rs. 770), Nalapad Residency (Tariff - Rs. 1,150), Hotel Goldfinch (Tariff - Rs. 4,034) and Hotel Ginger (Tariff - Rs. 2,570).
The major language spoken here is Kannada. Other languages spoken here include Tulu and English.
The major festivals celebrated here include Dusshera, Bhuta Kola, and Aati. The other festivals celebrated are Diwali and Christmas.
Places of interest
The major places to visit near Haleyangady are in Mangalore. These include the river of Netravati, the Kadri Manjunath Temple, the Tannirbhavi beach as well as the chapel of St. Aloysius.
How to Get There
The closest airport to Haleyangady is the Mangalore Airport (24 km).
The closest station to Haleyangady is the Mulki railway station (2 km) and Surathkal Railway station (5km). The closest junction to Haleyangady is Mangalore (25 km).
Haleyangady has its own bus station. Operators like Sugama Tourist, Ajantha Travels, Ganesh Travels and Anand Travels provide their services to Haleyangady. These buses also ply to Mysore, Hubli and Bangalore. Book bus tickets to your favourite destination through various bus booking portals like Ticketgoose.com.
A city located in the Davanagere District of Karnataka, Harihar is famous for the Harihareshwara temple. Geographically located in the centre of the state, Harihar is on the banks of the Tungabhadra River. The National Highway 4 (Puna – Bangalore) passes via this city. Harihar serves as a major industrial base as a large number of industries are headquartered here.
Places to Stay
There are not many hotels in Harihar. Tourists’ visiting the place can stay at the Shantappa Hotel, Nandini Deluxe Lodge and Ambica Lodge that offer rooms from Rs.500 onwards.
Ugadi, Sankranthi, Christmas and Ramzan are celebrated here. The annual Car Festival at the temple is a grandly celebrated
Kannada is the Local Language here.
Places to Visit
Places to visit within a kilometre of the bus stand are the Harihareshwara Temple, Sree Parvathi Temple, the Omkar Math and the Mother Mary's Church. The Hazarat Chaman Shah Wali Dargha is located 6kms away, while the Ranibennur Blackbuck Sanctuary is located about 20kms away.
How to Get There
The nearest airport is at Hubli (131kms)
Harihar has its own Railway Station
The Harihar Bus Station runs regular bus service that connects the place to neighbouring towns. There are a great number of private bus operators like Mahesh Travels, Vijayanand Roadlines, Durgamba travels, SRE travels and Latha Tours and Travels that run regular buses to and from the town. Log on to Ticketgoose.com and get bus booking online to over 4,000 destinations across the country.