Belur – Chikamagalore – Horanadu – Halebeedu

TRIP DATES – 20th to 22nd Mar 2018 (3 Days and 2 Nights)

COST – Only Rs.10500 per person on twin sharing basis


Sightseeing inclusions:

Belur- Chinna Kesava temple

Chikmaglore- Mulayanagiri hills, BabaBudangiri hills, Hebbe waterfalls, Coffee plantation

Halebeedu- Hoysaleswara temple and Kedareswara temple

Horanadu- Annapoorneshwari temple


  • Accommodation in twin sharing basis in 3☆ hotels or luxurious home stay
  • All days breakfast, lunch, dinner and water bottles
  • Sight seeing by AC vehicle depending on the number of members
  • Pick up and drop from Bangalore Airport or Railway Station
  • Entry fee for Sight seeing at mentioned places, toll and parking charges at all locations & driver charges

 Note : Flight/ train charges extra. We can book the flight/railway tickets for you as per actuals.




It is a tourist paradise famous for its coffee plantation, beautiful hills, waterfalls, Hoysalas temples and wild life sanctuary.
It is said that this town has been given as a dowry to the youngest daughter of Rukmangada the legendary chief of Sakkarepatna. Hence the name Chikamaglure which means younger daughter’s town.


Mullyanagiri hills

It is the highest peak in Karnataka about 1930 meters, located at the Baba Bodangiri range of Western Ghats. The peak gets its name from the temple at the summit dedicated to a sage Mullappaswamy who is believed to have meditated on one of the caves.
The view from the top of the hill is breathtaking. One can see the clouds below passing by, the sunrise and sunset are the most beautiful views from Mullayanagiri hills it appears as if the sun has casted a golden spell on hills and surroundings.
This is the best place for nature lovers, from the top of the hill valleys, hills and lakes can be seen.
A small temple of Lord Shiva at the top of the hill provides a complete package for the viewers.


hebbe falls

Hebbefalls is one of the most picturesque destination in Chikamaglure district surrounded by dense forest and coffee plantation. Hebbefalls gushes out from a height of 168meter in two stages, Dodda Hebbe (big falls) Chikka Hebbe (small falls). The waterfall is situated inside Bhadra wildlife sanctuary.
The falls are created by the springs generated by the mountains. A pool is formed by the waterfall, it is believed that the water of this pool is infused with herbs and can cure skin diseases.
Hebbe falls is a perfect retreat from the busy city life and is one of the must visit tourist attraction in Karnataka.


Belur is a land of temples and kings located on the bank of Yagachi river in Hasan district. It was previously called Velapura. Belur was chosen the alternate capital city by the Hoysala dynasty due to frequent attacks and destruction by the Delhi sultans.
Belur is famous for Chenna kesava temple. People from all around visit this temple.



Chenna Kesava means Handsome Kesava This temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. The temple was built in 12th century and took 103 years to complete.
The temple is remarkable for its architecture, sculptures and intricate carvings. The temple artwork depicts secular life in 12th century dancers and musicians as well as pictorial narration of Ramayana and Mahabharata.
This temple has been proposed to be listed under UNESCO World Heritage sites



holysaleshwara temple

Halebeedu was the capital of the Hoysala empire in 12th–13th century. Earlier the name of this city was Dwarasamudra which means entrance of ocean.
The city was damaged and ransacked twice by the Mughals. So the capital was shifted and the name changed to Halebeedu which means old city.
The most famous temples in Halebeedu are Hoysaleshwara and Kedareshwara


kedareswara temple

Kedareshwara temple is located at Halebeedu in Hasan district of Karnataka. It was constructed in 12th AD during the reign of the king Veera Ballala and his wife Kuntala Devi. It was built with soap-stone. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva.
The entire temple is star shaped and is beautifully carved with images of Lord Shiva, Vishnu, Brahma etc.on the walls.
In 14th century Mallik Kafur destroyed the temple and it was again rebuilt.


annapoorneswari temple

Annapurneshwari temple is located in Hornadu in the banks of river Bhadra in district Chikamaglure of Karnataka state. The literal meaning of Annapoorneshwari means “feeding one and all” . Every visitor irrespective of their religion, caste or creed is provided with a three course of vegetarian meal and said that person who seeks the blessing of Goddess will never have any scarcity for food in life.
It is believed that Maharshi Agasthya in 8th century did the prathisthapana of Goddess Annapoorna here. Dharmakatharu starred the rituals in this temple 400 years back, the same family members are serving the temples since then.
Akshaya thrithiya is the main festival celebrated in this temple and is believed to be the birth date of Goddess Annapurna.



  • Roundtrip Flight/Train Tickets from your hometown to Bangalore airport / railway station
  • Sightseeing and attraction tickets not mentioned in inclusions. Any form of Joyrides, Boat rides, adventure activities which are not part of group activities
  • Additional hours/days/nights of stay required outside the check-in on tour start date and Check-out on tour end date, as per standard followed by hotels in India
  • Expense of personal nature like Porter, tipping, laundry, telephone, beverages, room service charge, camera/video camera fee at monuments, medical expenses, airport departure tax, meals not part of group buffet menu, insurance etc.
  • Any expenses caused by reasons beyond our control such as road blocks, landslide, accidents & any emergency evacuations.
  • We are not responsible for the valuables carrying by the individuals