Top Tourist Attractions in Dakshina Kannada Mangaluru
Dakshina Kannada is a district in Karnataka, India, having its seat in Mangalore, a port city. The district is between the Western Ghats to the east and the Arabian Sea to the west, with the Western Ghats to the east and the Arabian Sea to the west. During the Indian monsoon, Dakshina Kannada receives a lot of rain.
Mangaluru, Dakshina Kannada’s district headquarters, is well connected by a decent road network. NH-66 (formerly known as NH-17) runs all the way down the coast of Dakshina Kannada District (Mangaluru), linking Goa and Mumbai to the north and Kochin (Kerala) to the south (south). Mangaluru is connected to Bengaluru, the state capital, by NH-48.
Best Places to Visit in Dakshina Kannada Mangaluru
- Mangaladevi Temple
- Kadri Temple
- Kudroli Temple
- Dharmasthala Temple
- Kukke Temple
- Kateel Temple
- Sowthadka Temple
- Bappanadu Temple
- Polali Temple
- Puttur Temple
- Kudupu Temple
- Karinja Temple
- Narahari Temple
- Kukke Subrahmanya
Best Time to Visit in Dakshina Kannada Mangaluru
How to Reach Dakshina Kannada Mangaluru
Railways connect Mangaluru to the rest of the country. The Konkan Railway route runs through the district of Mangaluru, connecting India’s major towns. Mangaluru City Railway Station (Mangaluru Central-in the centre of the city) and Kankanady Railway Station (Mangaluru Junction- 5 km from the centre of the city) are the two major railway stations.
Mangaluru Airport, located near Bajpe, is an international airport that is only 18 kilometres from the city centre. Mangaluru has many daily flights connecting it to major Indian cities as well as several major Middle Eastern cities.