vihangama holiday boat ride


With some of the finest trekking trails beginning right at your doorstep, this riverside resort is the perfect location to explore nature's amazing diversity. Take in the splendor of the surrounding forests as you drift down the river Tunga on a boat. Explore areca, spice and coffee plantation and tall whispering elegant groves of bamboo; keep an ear out for the birdsong.

If you wish to remain close to your cottage, the beautifully landscaped natural setting is abundant with native species; explore the rich variety of plants in our own nurseries. Browse through our library if you'd like some quiet time with a book. On weekends by special request, we can provide entertainment with local folk music and dance.
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Around vihangama

Agumbe (30 km)

It is famous for its magnificent sunsets, green forests, steep ghats adorned with hairpin curves and its amazing wildlife. Watch the sun as it dips into the Arabian Sea many miles away.


Jog Falls (115 km)

The River Sharavathi cascades down more than 900 feet into a deep valley to create these world-famous waterfalls


Varahi (50 km)

An underground hydroelectric powerhouse and a place of great scenic beauty.


Kavaledurga (20 km)

An ancient fort perched on a hill from which you get a panoramic view of the Western Ghats and the numerous islets formed by the Varahi backwaters.


Kundadri (25 km)

It is a mountain peak with dense forests in the Western Ghats in South India (Karnataka State). This well-preserved land of Karnataka is home to 17th century Jain temple.


Kodachadri (60 km)

An enchanting hill station overlooking Kollur.The second highest peak in Karnataka, sunrise and the sunset are a ravishing sight from here.


Kollur (75 km)

A pilgrimage centre famous for its Mookambika Temple.


Sringeri (55 km)

One of the five mutts established by Sri Adi Shankara, the exponent of Advaita philosophy, right on the banks of the Tunga.


Humcha(Hombuja) (30 km)

A Jain temple which includes a statue of Bahubali on a hillock.


Lion Safari (60 km)

It is located near Shimoga at Tyavarekoppa village and is also a home for leopards, tigers and other wildlife.


Elephant Camp (40 km)

Unique in Asia, it is situated at Sakrebyle near Tunga Dam at Gajanur.


Bird Sanctuary - Mandagadde (20 km)

From June to September, a variety of birds come to breed on this pretty island formed by the Tunga River.


Sibbalugudde (14 km)

Famous temple of Sri Siddi Vinayaka and a fish Sanctuary delightful place to visit.


Kuppalli (16 km)

Kuppalli is a small village in Thirthahalli taluk of Shimoga district in the state of Karnataka in India. It is famous for being the birthplace and childhood home of the renowned Kannada playwright and poet Kuvempu.


Thirthahalli (4 km)

Thirthahalli is a panchayat town located in the Shimoga District of the state of Karnataka, India. It lies on the bank of the river Tunga and is also the headquarters of the Thirthahalli Taluk of Shimoga district.


Malpe(75 km)

Malpe is a natural port about six kilometers to the west of Udupi, Karnataka, India. An important port and fishing harbor on the Karnataka coast, Malpe is situated at the mouth of the Udyavara river.


St. Mary's Islands (70 km)

St. Mary's Islands also known as Coconut Island, are a set of four small islands in the Arabian Sea off the coast of Malpe.Scientific studies indicate that the basalt of the St. Mary's Islands was formed by sub-aerial subvolcanic activity, because at that time Madagascar was attached to India.


Sitanadi Camp (40 km)

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