Things to do
Apart from indoor games and nature walks, we can arrange day trips for guests to various historical, religious and natural beauty sites around the area.
Saavira Kambada Basadi (1000 Pillar Jain Temple) - 9 km
This is considered the finest amongst Moodbidri's 18 Jain temples. The Basadi was built in 1430 and is a must visit. Gates close at 6 PM everyday.
Sri Devi Annapoorneshwari Temple, Kodyadka - 9 km
Spread over a 6 acre campus, the Temple houses shrines to Sri Devi, Ganesha, Hanuman, Ayappa and Sai Baba. The Temple is also home to a 61 feet tall statue of Lord Hanuman. Don't forget to say hello to Lakshmi, the temple elephant.
Gundyadka Falls - 12 km
These falls can only be experienced in their full glory during the monsoons. After a short trek through a forest, the falls are breath-taking. But, please don't too close to the water. The terrain is rocky and slippery.
Kadlekere Lake and Children's Park - 7 km
Enjoy a boat ride and downtime with the family around this man made lake. Ideal for an early evening visit.
Soans Farm, Alangar - 11 km
A family operated farm that conducts tours in their plantations of pineapple, pepper, coconut and other tropical fruits. They also sell fruit jams and juices.
Sammilan Shetty's Butterfly Park in Belvai - 15 km
This is a Butterfly conservation park spread over 7 acres. It hosts over 100 unique species that are endemic to the region
Durgaparameshwari Temple, Kateel - 12 km
Situated on the banks of river Nandini, a tributary of the river Nethravathi, the Kateel temple sees thousands of visitors everyday.
Karkala Gomateshwara Statue - 24 km
This 42 feet monolith statue of Bahubali is perched on the summit of a hill. The spectacular views of the area around change as you climb the 500 steps to the summit.
Chathurmukha Basadi - 25 km
This 16th century Jain temple is famous for its beautiful, symmetrical design. Its name is derived from its 4 symmetrical faces that are carved from granite rocks. Also offers a great view of Gomata betta.
Annekere Lake - 24 km
Is a large water body with historic significance. The lake was built to be a tank in AD 1262. It supplied the city with drinking water for over 8 centuries.
Attur Church - 27 km
It is said that the current church is the 3rd built after the damage of the previous two, the first one being destroyed by Tipu Sultan. It is nearly 200 years old and is a religious center for many devotees regardless of their religion.