The hill-station Chikmagalur better known for its coffee estates invites travellers all year round. The scenic views, cascading waterfalls, and temples draws in travellers all year round. It takes about 6 hours to travel from Bangalore to Chikmagalur via bus or car, hence making it the perfect destination for that quick weekend getaway. It’s also an added advantage that the 6 hours drive is completely worth it, as there is much to see and take in in Chikmagalur. There are buses to Chikmagalur from Bangalore operating every other hour or so on a daily basis. The closest airport is at Mangalore which is 170 km away. Chikmagalur also has its own Railway Station that is operated by the South Western Railway Zone. Tourism has increased in Chikmagalur in recent years and travellers have a varied option of accommodations to choose from. You could have your pick of budget hotels to more luxurious stay options. Treebo Hotels offers a range of budget hotels in Chikmagalur for travellers to choose from which come with standard basic amenities and services. While staying at any of our budget hotels in Chikmagalur, guests can expect complimentary breakfast, TV with cable/DTH connection, complimentary toiletries, and free Wifi amongst other facilities. Chikmagalur has much to offer in terms of breathtaking scenic sights. Whether you’re looking for a more adventurous holiday, a leisure trip, or a religious or spiritual vacation, Chikmagalur will cater to all. There are treks that make it worth the climb such as Mullayanagiri Peak Kudremukh, and Baba Budangiri which give one that much needed time with nature. If you’re in the mood to catch some waterfalls then be sure to visit Kallathigiri Falls and Hebbe Falls. Coffee enthusiasts should be sure to visit the coffee estates as well as the famed coffee museum which is run by the Coffee Board of India. There are also several temples which hold great importance and have devotees come in annually to offer their respects, such as, Veera Narayana Temple and Sringeri Sharada Peetham.
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