Sullia is a small town of Dakshina Kannada district situated in the Western Ghats mountain range in South Karnataka. It is situated on the major “Mani-Mysore” Highway that connects the two major cities – Mysore and Mangalore. It is located at a distance of 87 km from Mangalore, 169 km from Mysore and 119 km from Kannur city. The place serves as an ideal trekking spot because of the surrounding mountains amidst lush greenery.
Places to Stay
There are several budget-friendly hotels available in the nearest accessible place of Puttur. Some of them which are worth giving a try are Hotel Rama (Tariff – Rs. 737), Hotel Aditya Boarding and Lodging (Tariff – Rs. 582) among others.
The official language of the area is Kannada.
The important festivals of Sullia are Naga Panchami celebrated in July-August, Krishna Janmashtami in August-September, Ganesh Chaturthi in August-September, Car Festival in January and many more.
Places of Interest
Some places of tourist attraction are the trekking paradise of the Kumara Parvatha hilltop, the Kukke Subrahmanya Temple, the sacred Kumaradhara river, the famous Somanatheshwara Temple, Devaragundi Waterfalls, Abbey Falls and many more.
How to Get There
Mangalore International Airport is the nearest airport located at a distance of 95 km from the region.
The Kabaka Puttur Railway Station is the nearest railway station located at a distance of 37 km from Sullia.
Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) is the major bus service that offers transportation between many places. There also private bus operators such as VRL Travels, Durgamba Motors among others which provide bus services between different places. Opt for online bus reservation through several bus booking sites like Ticketgoose.com from the confines of your home.