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Kudajadri Hills

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Shimoga, India
+91 82542 58530
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very good

this is approx 110 km from shimoga.dont miss sunset here.amazing.Carry your own food as you won't... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
raja p
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Hyderabad, India
Pilgrim visit

Kudajadri is both a pilgrim place as well as a trekking place. Jeeps are available for hire from... read more

Reviewed 7 December 2017
SoorajDathan
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“trekking path” (2 reviews)
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Shimoga, India
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

this is approx 110 km from shimoga.dont miss sunset here.amazing.Carry your own food as you won't find any restaurants on top of the hill.

Thank raja p
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Reviewed 7 December 2017 via mobile

Kudajadri is both a pilgrim place as well as a trekking place. Jeeps are available for hire from kollur (Rs 2800 per trip, also available for 300 per person near the temple) or from nittur (Rs 2000). Full trekking path (around 20 kms) is another...More

6  Thank SoorajDathan
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Reviewed 17 February 2017

It was not a day when the lush green forest fields of Kodachadri hill was covered with mist. Temperature level was moderate and sky was clear without clouds. For ease of understanding I would like to divide the 12-13 KM trekking path into two. First...More

3  Thank sajinskollara
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Reviewed 11 February 2017 via mobile

Everyone need sometime to sit in their own peace and enjoy the nature... Most suitable for sunset , sunrise , starts and moon lovers... And also for trucker's... In Wild lovers...

2  Thank Joju devassy C
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Reviewed 17 December 2016

Kudajadri Hills stand as a gigantic monutain in the mdist of vast land. It is great Mountain that hosts various wild animals. I love to see this mountain as it looks very good in rainy season with lots of green vegetation. It has a great...More

3  Thank Rajeevan M
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Reviewed 23 August 2016 via mobile

Trek up the hill during the monsoon has a beauty in itself. Climbing up among the lush greenery with rain drizzling from above is fun. The place has all kinds of terrain that a trekker wpuld want. Starting with the plain grassland near the KTO...More

1  Thank Silby S
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Reviewed 22 June 2016

We visit Kollur Mookambika temple every year. This was our first to the top of the hills. It was pure bliss! A walk in the clouds, and the vibrations stayed with me for long after I returned to the hotel. Other than for a single...More

2  Thank NimaGopal
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Reviewed 4 March 2016

I had visited kudajadri last year as a part of our college trip.. Jeep trecking through the muddy pathways as well as our trecking by walk while raining was the best trecking I ever had.. At some point we can see the clouds below us.....More

2  Thank Jitha J
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Reviewed 25 February 2016

17th Century Jain Temple on a hill top, Awesome views of Thirthalli Taluk. Peaceful and Serene Atmosphere. Approach road is little Narrow on the way Top but its worth the trouble...

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Reviewed 20 January 2016

I have written on Kodachadri trekking and this review is on Kudajadri hills. Are there two different hills having somewhat resembling name except the spelling and accent in pronunciation? In reality both names refer to one and the only Kodachadri alias Kudajadri. However for want...More

3  Thank Profvns
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Joju devassy C
28 January 2017|
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Response from Rajeevan M | Reviewed this property |
Try this homestay. It is good and near to the place. Google for Parvathahomestay in Kodachadri
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MadhuMayanat
21 December 2016|
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Response from Rajeevan M | Reviewed this property |
Hi Madhu, Try this homestay. It is good and near to the place. Google for Parvathahomestay in Kodachadri Thanks, Rajeevan
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