The Hill Station of Kemmangundi is located at a height of 1434m above the sea level. This was the summer retreat of Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV. Kemmanagundi’s beautifully laid-out ornamental gardens and enchanting mountains and valleys views are a treat to the eye. The spectacular sunset view from the Raj Bhavan is a photographic delight.
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DAY 1 : BANGALORE / CHICK MANGALORE – Departure from School.
DAY 2 : KEMMANGUNDI – Check in at hotel,After fresh up and break fast, Departure to Kemmangundi, trekking at Kemmangundi and a visit to Kalhatti Falls. Water cascades from the to of the Chandra Drona Hill from a height of 45m to flow before the Veerabhadreshwara Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. After lunch, visit to Baba Budangiri Range. The 1895m peak takes its name from the Muslim saint Baba Budan, who took up residence here in the 17th century. Both Muslims and Hindus celebrate the annual jatra or urus with great aplomb. After dinner, Campfire and Party Games. Over night at Chick Mangalore.
DAY 3 : BELUR / HALEBEEDU / BANGALORE – After fresh up and break fast, visit to Belur Temples. Visit Channakeshwara Temple at Belur. On the banks of the Yagachi River in Belur, a star-shaped temple with turned filigreed pillars and sculptures will take your breath away. It is the only Hoysala temple still in active worship. Friezes of charging elephants, each different from the other, mythological figures, military scenes, dancers and musicians and elaborate decorative motifs charge the imagination. Just 17Km away from Belur is Halebeedu, the ancient capital of Hoysalas. The temple perched on a star-shaped base amidst lawns, is a sculptural extravaganza. Its walls are richly carved with an endless variety of Hindu deities, sages, stylized animals, birds and friezes depicting the life of Hoysala kings. The temple complex has a museum which houses the idols, statues, busts and Sculptures. Boating at Halebidu. After lunch, visit to Shravanabelagola. It is the home to Asia’s largest monolithic statue Lord Gomateshwara. Here towers 58ft looming atop the picturesque Vindhyagiri Hill. After snacks, departure to Bangalore..