A village in North Karnataka District, Kadra is famous for its dam named after it. It is 38 km away from the city of Karwar and 491 km away from the capital city, Bangalore. Lying in the Western Ghats region and located on the banks of River Kali, Kadra is blessed with endless scenic locations. From backwaters to high mountain ranges to diverse rain forests, it has lots to offer the nature lovers.
Places to Stay
Hotels in Kadra are very basic. Its nearest urban hub, Karwar, offers plenty of options to tourists. Some of the budget hotels are Hotel Premier (Tariff-Rs.500), Hotel Amrut (Tariff-Rs.600) and Hotel Subhadra (Tariff-Rs.800).
Kannada is the official language of Kadra.
Ugadi (April) and Ganesh Chaturthi (August) are some of the important festivals of Kadra.
Places of Interest
Kadra Dam (3.6 km) and Kadra Park are the main highlights of this place. Some major attractions in Karwar are Sadashivgad Fort (33 km), Kurmgad Island (34 km) and Majali Beach (34 km).
How to Get There
Karwar Airport (38 km) is the nearest airport from the village.
Madgaon Rail Way Station, located at a distance of 95 km, is nearest to the area.
Several buses are available from Bangalore, Karwar, Mangalore and Udupi to Kadra. Seabird Tourists is the top operator plying to and fro Kadra. Several bus booking portals offer bus ticket booking coupon on their sites. Look out for discount codes when you book your tickets