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Location is perfect near to both om beach and kudle beach.Loved the place.

Kudle Beach

The Kudle beach view resort proposes extremely top class services relaxed accommodation at reasonable costs, our services will give you the feeling of being at your home with trained friendly workforce who symbolizes the celebrated hospitality, warmth of Dandeli. Kudle beach resort services are irresistible we are catering towards the modern guests, our services is inclusive of WATER SPORTS like Kayaking, Jet Ski, Banana boat, bumpy ride, white water rafting.water sport kayak is used for moving across water, this sport is gaining popularity among youngsters and it is thrilling simultaneously, the guides are alert and are well trained in this water sport.It is a personal watercraft/ motorsport where individual can enjoy his rides from the Jet Ski instructor and have an exciting water ride. the boat is in banana shape yellow in color, this ride is safer also, it is an hot air balloon leisure boat intended for pulling/ towing, riders are given life jackets for safety reasons, kids are not allowed for this ride.It is thrilling and refreshing water sport undertaken on Kali River called Ganeshgudi to extreme end of Dandeli at a stretch of 9.5 Kms for 3 hrs filled with fun and excitement for first timers, this ride is monitored by a trained rafter.

Half Moon Beach

Half Moon is a smaller, less popular and hence a less crowded beach, yet quite beautiful beach. The beach looks beautiful with its minimalistic setting, especially at night when the clear skies are shining with millions of stars. The beach has only a couple of restaurants and limited facilities and no water sports. Half Moon is ideal for swimming. Reaching here is slightly difficult and the best way to reach here is via boats from Om Beach or Gokarna beach.Half moon beach is a tiny little beach en route to Paradise beach. Its mostly deserted and you can find a shack if its season. Nice place to catch your breath before moving towards Paradise.Trek from Paradise beach brought us to this small sea beach. The beach is full of big and small rocks. The view of the sea is quite enchanting. Picturesque stunning views makes it a photogenic place. It is a serene, calm place.

Yana, Gokarna

In the Sahyadri Hills of North Karnataka, is located a quant hills station with beauty that casts a spell and hills to appeal to the direst trekkers. Tucked in between one of the richest biodiversity centers of the world, Yana is a small hill station with immense beauty enough to captivate any soul that lays eyes on it. A small village located just 140 km from Hubli; Yana is famous as a center of adventure, wildlife and religion hence proving to be the perfect getaway destination.
Blessed with the ever-enchanting greenery and freshness of the Sahyadri Hills of the Western Ghats, Yana is a hill station famous for housing two giant natural Limestone monoliths which attracts pilgrims in thousands every year. The Bhairaveshwara Peak and Mohini Peak are said to hold religious importance representing Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati respectively. Coupled with religious importance, it is also a great place to trek and bird watch. A trek to the twin peaks involves a very steep 3 km long trek which is at its worst slippery and it 's best breezy. The Yana village which symbolizes the rustic Indian rural life with mud roads, mushroom-like huts and a laid-back lifestyle allows you to get a glimpse of life in the Western Ghats..

OM Beach

Om beach is a wonderful beach located in the town of Gokarna.One can bask in the glory and serenity of the picturesque surroundings here.Its captivating beauty and pristine water lashing on the beach is a source of tranquillity for all the visitors.Shaped like the symbol 'Om',this beach offers a number of adventure sports to the junkies.The view of this beach during sunset is one to be cherished forever.Om Beach is one of the most popular beaches in Gokarna.Famous for being naturally shaped like the auspicious symbol Om,Om beach attracts tourists round the year.Om Beach derives its name from its shape,which is formed by two semi crescents joined together.The fine sand lovely rock creations here attract a lot of travellers.One can spot fishermen boats,small cafes and eateries and crows swirling up in the sky at this beautiful beach.It is usually lined with shacks on the sides offering cheap accommodation and restaurants with exotic menus..

Paradise Beach

Paradise Beach is a relatively quiet beach located on the west coast of Barbados.The very popular Cunard Paradise Hotel sat on the shores of this west coast beach and in the early 1980's the beach was a haven of activity as guests enjoyed swims in the tranquil waters, horse rides along the beach, and numerous watersports activities.With the closure of the hotel the beach became much quieter with the occasional jet ski and fishing boats passing by..Around the corner from Paradise beach you will find Freshwater Bay and a small fishing village.A wonderful place for swimming, the area also has some shallow rock formations which may be of interest to the snorkeler. Paradise Beach adjoins Batts Rock beach and the wooded area between the two beaches is perfect for picnics. (You must use the Batts Rock entrance to access Paradise Beach by car.)..

Mahabaleshwara Temple

The prime attraction of the Gokarna is the Mahabaleshwar Temple which houses the Atmalinga. The Atmalinga was given to Ravana by Lord Shiva himself. Ravana was stopped here for his evening prayers while going back to Lanka. He had been instructed by Lord Shiva not to keep the Atmalinga on the ground, since it would be fixed wherever it touched ground. Atmalinga was a powerful weapon and devatas did not want Ravana to get such a powerful weapon, fearing destruction. Lord Ganesh took the avatar of a boy and offered Ravana to hold the Atmalinga during his prayer. Ganesha then kept the linga on ground before Ravana comes back from prayer. Ravana, in extreme anger, tried to pull out the Atmalinga from the ground, breaking it in the process. These pieces then resulted in the establishment of various temples in Karnataka. Besides Mahabaleshwara temple, there are other prominent temples here including Maha Ganapathi temple, Bhadrakali Temple, Varadaraja temple and Venkataramana temple..

Mirjan Fort

The Mirjan Fortis located on the west coast of the Uttara Kannada district in the southern Indian state of Karnataka. The fort known for its architectural elegance was the location of several battles in the past. It is about 0.5 kilometres (0.31 mi) from the National Highway 66 and 11 kilometres (6.8 mi) from Gokarna, the famous Hindu pilgrimage centre on the west coast of India. According to the first historical version, Queen Chennabhairadevi of Gersoppa (under the Vijayanagara Empire) was initially credited with building the Mirjan Fort in the 16th century. She ruled for 54 years and also lived in the fort. During her reign, the port at Mirjan, which is 32 kilometres (20 mi) to the south east of Karwar, was used for shipping pepper, saltpetre and betel nut to Surat. Gersoppa, a district annexed to Bednur, was famous for the pepper exported from this region. Consequently, the Portuguese gave the epithet "Rani, the Pepper queen" (“Rainha de Pimenta” in Portuguese) to the Queen of Gersoppa..

Apsara Konda Falls

Apsarkonda is an emerging tourist village near Honnavar, in the district of Uttara Kannada, Karnataka, India. It is situated 8 km from the Honnavar bus stand.Apsarkonda means Pond of angels. This is named after a pond facing the Beach. The legend associated with the name of the waterfall is that it was the chosen place of the angels to take a bath and relax.There is Maha Ganapati and Ugra Narasimha temple, behind which you find Apsarkonda waterfalls. There is a Pandava caves which is of historical significance. According to mythology Pandavas stayed during their Vanavasa. Apsarkonda is known for its unexplored beaches.apsara height viewpoint beauty falls meters bath bangalore highway beach sea trek temple.Apsarakonda falls is a beautiful but small water falls. Trekking is 10 meters. Below, is the beautiful stretch of beach from where the sunset view is a visual treat.

Gokarna beach

The Gokarna beach forms the coast of the town and is followed by Main beach in northern direction while the other four beaches lie to the south. Gokarna Main Beach is mainly used by Indian pilgrims. Main Beach is a long open beach, known for surfing. Kudle and Om are around 6 km from Gokarna town along a muddy hill; they are accessible by rickshaw or foot. Half moon and Paradise are beyond Om beach and are accessible only by trekking or boat. Om beach is named so because it is shaped like the auspicious ॐ Om symbol. Om beach is a naturally Om-shaped beach,[9] it attracts local tourists on weekends. It has a few shacks and eateries, and also boat service to other beaches..

Murdeshwar

Murdeshwar is a town in Bhatkal Taluk of Uttara Kannada district in the state of Karnataka, India. Murdeshwar is another name of the Hindu god Shiva. Famous for the world's second tallest Shiva statue, the town lies on the coast of the Arabian Sea and is also famous for the Murdeshwar Temple. Murdeshwar has a railway station on the Mangalore-Mumbai Konkan railway route.The Hindu gods attained immortality and invincibility by worshiping a divine Linga called the Atma-Linga. The Lanka King Ravana wanted to attain immortality by obtaining the Atma-Linga (Soul of Shiva). Since the Atma-Linga belonged to Sri Maheshwara, Ravana worshipped Shiva with devotion. Pleased by his prayers, Sri Mahadeva appeared before him and asked him what he wanted. Ravana asked for the Atma-Linga. Sri Rudra agreed to give him the boon on the condition that it should never be placed on the ground before he reaches Lanka. If the Atma-Linga was ever placed on the ground, it would be impossible to move it. Having obtained his boon, Ravana started back on his journey to Lanka..