Attraction

ATTRACTION

Kudle Beach


Kudle Beach is one of the four beaches south of the small town of Gokarna, on the western coast of India, in the Uttara Kannada district of the Karnataka state.

The five beaches in Gokarna are the Gokarna beach, Kudle, Om, Half moon and Paradise (also known as Full moon). The Gokarna beach forms the coast of the town while the other four beaches lies towards the south of Gokarna. Kudle and Om beach are around 6 km from Gokarna town along a muddy hill; they are accessible by rickshaw or foot. Kudle beach has simple accommodation featuring small huts and cafes during the tourist season.

Om Beach


Resembling the auspicious ॐ [Om] symbol, Om Beach is one of the most popular beaches in Gokarna. Om beach is named so because it is shaped like the auspicious ॐ [Om] symbol. Om beach is the only naturally Om shaped beach.

Half Moon Beach


Considered to be one of the most beautiful beaches in Gokarna, Half Moon beach offers stunning view of the sea against the clear blue skies.For food lovers, there is a variety of sea food offered here.

Paradise Beach


Away from the hustle bustle of crowded beaches, this quiet beach is the perfect spot if you want to relax and rejuvenate amidst untouched beauty. The beach can only be reached by a boat or by trekking through the forest. Leisure, warmth and beauty describe Paradise beach at its best.

Calangute Beach


Calangute is a census town with a permanent population of approximately 16,000 (2001) in North Goa, in the state of Goa, India. It is famous for its beach, the largest in north Goa, visited by thousands of domestic and international tourists alike. The peak tourist season is during Christmas and New Year, and during the summer in May. During the monsoon season, from June through September, the sea can be rough and swimming is prohibited. The beach offers water sport activities like parasailing and water skiing, among others.

Jog Falls


Karnataka. Be mesmerized by World famous Jog falls. Many river slide past the emerald forest, meander through plains and finally emerge only to take its head tumble down 253 meters. Its awesome to see mist and water fall at Jog Falls. Just 80 Km from Gokaran, group tours are arranged to see the bliss to feel.

Karwar


Where the noble laureate Rabindra Nath Tagore wrote “Prakritir Pratooshta” or the Natures Revenge. Karwar is just 40 km from Gokarn on the Way to Goa. An island along the cost, a 300 old temple draws the visitors. Ilmati, Devbagh and Binaga beaches form the coastal line of Karwar. Group tours are arranged to visit on the way to Goa.

Murudeshwara Temple


Murudeshwara temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva, lies in the holy beach town in the Murudeshwara, Bhatkal Taluk of Uttara Kannada district in the state of Karnataka, India. Situated between the Honnavar and Bhatkal town (about 12kms) The statue of Shiva here is the world’s tallest (as claimed) and it lies on the coast of the Arabian Sea. Just 70 Km from Gokarn, it is Karanatak’s pride

Mahabaleshwar Temple, Gokarna


Mahabaleshwar Temple is built in the classical Dravidian architectural style. It is a site of religious pilgrimage. The temple faces the Karwar city beach on the Arabian Sea in which Hindu pilgrims cleanse before visiting the temple for worship. The temple is considered as holy as the Shiva temple at Varanasi or Kāśi (Kashi) in North India on the banks of the Ganges River.

Hence, the Mahabaleshwar temple, Gokarna is known as the Dakshin Kasi ("Kasi of the south").[1][2] The temple deifies the Pranalinga ("the reality of God which can be captured by the mind") also called Atmalinga or Shiva Linga[3] In legend, it is said that the deity of the temple will bestow immense blessings to devotees, even to those who only glimpse it

Mahaganapati temple


Shri Mahaganapati Temple is located in Candola or Khandola village of Ponda Taluka. This temple is one of the oldest temples in Goa. This Temple is dedicated to the Elephant god Lord Ganesha. The original temple was located on the island of Divar, area adjoining the Church of Our Lady of Piedade. After it was destroyed by the Portuguese in 1540 the devotees of lord Ganesha moved the idol to Khandepar in Ponda Taluka later Narve in Bicholim Taluka and finally to Khandola in 1750.

Mirjan Fort


The Mirjan Fort is 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.[

Water Sports


Among the wide range of sports, water-skiing, windsurfing, ski-biscuit, parasailing, skibob, snorkeling, sports fishing, water-scooter, motorboat rides, yachting, harpoon fishing and kayaking are the most common and popularly enjoyed sports in Goa.