Are you planning to visit Kudremukh trek but aren’t sure the best place to start or what to do?
We have provided detailed details of the top places for you to explore in Kudremukh.
Get away from your daily routine for two days and visit this incredible place that will surely not cause you to regret coming to.
At an altitude of 1894 metres above ocean level, Kudremukh Peak is a heaven for adventurers and nature lovers similar to them, due to its extreme terrain and its diversity of both fauna and botanical species.
Hanuman Gundi waterfall
A stunning waterfall that can be enjoyed during the entire year and is among the beautiful locations in Kudremukh. Hanumana Gundi Falls, also known as Suthanabbe Falls or Soothe Abbi Falls is located in the sloping environment that make up the Kudremukh National Park in the Chikkamagaluru region of Karnataka, India.
This is the place at which the Tungna river begins.
It is one of the taluks located in the Chikkamagaluru area in Karnataka. The is the home of the Kalaseshwara Temple that is dedicated by Lord Shiva. One is situated 92 kms to the South-west to Chikmagalur and is located along the bank of the Bhadra River. Kannada along with Tulu dialects of Tamil are spoken. This can be reached via KSRTC as well as private transportation. The closest railway line station is Chikkamagaluru railway line station.
Kudremukh National park
To visit to the Kudremukh National Park, section fee for an Indian tourist is INR 200. While the charge for foreign tourists is INR 1000.
The park is home to a variety of birds, including that of the. Malabar trogon Malabar whistled thrush as well as the royal pigeon. At 1892 metres, Kudremukh is the second most notable top located in Karnataka (after Mullayyanagiri).
The park is home to a range of birds, including birds like the Malabar trogon Malabar whistling thrushand royal pigeon. At 1892 metres, Kudremukh is the second most notable top located in Karnataka (after Mullayyanagiri). Kudremukh is considered to be one of the natural focal points around the world because of its lush tropical vegetation.
A national park with an amazing wildlife and lots to see. It is a place that allows you to enjoy and learn lots of new things.
Flora and Fauna
Kudremukh untamed Life Division (central Command Karkala) comprises three protected areas. They are, Kudremukh National Park, Someshwara Wildlife Sanctuary and Mookambika Wildlife Sanctuary. Kudremukh National Park is arranged into parts that comprise Chikkamagaluru, Dakshina Kannada and Udupi areas.
Udupi region and a portion of it is located in the Shivamogga region. The levels of protected areas are as follows: below: Kudremukh. The public parks 600.57 kilometers square Someshwara Wildlife Sanctuary 314.25 Km square, and Mookambika Wildlife Sanctuary 370.37 Km square. Kudremukh wild life division comprises two sub-divisions. To make specific. Agumbe, Amasebailu, Belthangady, Hebri, Karkala, Kerekatte, Kollur, Kudremukh and Someshwara natural life-span ranges.
The woods in Kudremukh National Park are fundamentally composed of semi-evergreen and evergreen varieties. At higher elevations (over 1,000 meters) large and shifting meadows. The woodlands of Someshwara along with Mookambika Wildlife Sanctuaries are a collection of semi-evergreen, evergreen and wet deciduous backwoods. The wild animals that live in these protected regions includes jaguar, tiger and buffalo, wild canine, elephant (infrequent) or. Sambar deer with spotted spots (presented within Kudremukh) and the sloth bear and wild hog Lion macaque. Followed by Langur and hat Macaque various bird species and reptiles, and so on.
Gangamoola is a slope located in the Chikkamagaluru region in the state of Karnataka, India. Western Ghats range and is popular for being the source of three streams: Tunga, Bhadra and Netravathi. If you are in Kudremukh and want to visit this area. The place is stunning in its aesthetics and tranquil surroundings.
The most beautiful aspect is the sunset you can observe from the summit. Which gives you the vivid orange, yellow and red colors in the night sky. Sometimes referred to as Varaha Parvatha mountain.
The main attractions here are the temple of goddess. Bhagavathi as well as a cavern that has a the tallest picture of 6 feet of Varaha. The area is rich in minerals with magnetite-quartzite storage. It’s also a place of great interest, with more than of 107 kinds of birds.