Kinnigoli, a coastal town in Karnataka’s Dakshin Kannad district, Mangalore, is a developing region with road and rail access to all major cities and towns. There are many churches, temples and mosques in this town. Kinnigoli lies on the border Dakshin Kannad and Kasaragod. Some of the nearby cities include Mangalore, Karkala, Puttur and Mudbidri.
Places to Stay
There are good budget hotels in Kinnigoli. A few of these hotels are Hotel Lalit International (Tariff – Rs.688), Adhidhan Hotel (Tariff – Rs.466) and Hotel Maharaja International (Tariff – Rs.568).
The languages spoken in Kinnigoli are Tulu, Konkani, Beary Bashe and Kannada.
The most celebrated festivals in Kinnigoli are Maha Shivratri in February, Holi in March, Ganesh Chaturthi and Krishna Janmashtami in August-September, Monti Fest in September, Dussehra in September-October and Diwali during October-November.
Places of Interest
Kinnigoli has many interesting sightseeing destination in and around the town. These places are Church Of The Immaculate Conception (550 m), Sri Rama Mandir (600 m), Jumma Masjid (12 km), Elathur (2 km), Mulki (7 km), River Shambavi and Pavanje Estuary (16 km) and Suratkal Beach, which is 14 km away from Kinnigoli
How to Get There
Mangalore Airport is the nearest airport, situated 20 km away from Kinnigoli.
There is no railway station in Kinnigoli. The nearest railway station is the Mangalore Railway Station located at a distance of 28 km away from this town.
Kinnigoli is well connected by a wide network of state-run and private buses from nearby cities and states. Private bus operators such as Sugama Tourist, SRS Travels and VRL Travels run daily buses from Bangalore to Kinnigoli. Opt for online bus ticket booking to visit all the popular destinations across India.