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Attractions to explore nearby Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary

Bhadra Wildlife SanctuaryBehind Ranganathaswamy Temple, Tarikere, Lakkavalli, Karnataka 577115, India

Covering a vast area of 490 sq kilometres which is surrounded by the hills of the western ghats on all sides

Nearby Attractions

Bhadra Dam0.71 KMs away from Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary

Bhadra dam a wildlife sanctuary and tourist destination which is located on Bhadra river, a tributary of Thungabadra river

Hebbe Waterfalls19.65 KMs away from Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary

One of the most exotic waterfalls in Karnataka state which is housed in the beautiful Kemmangudi hill station

Mandagadde Bird Sanctuary19.66 KMs away from Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary

One of the 20 important sanctuaries in India. The sanctuary is situated on an island that spans an area of 1.14 acres and it is surrounded by forest and river Tunga. Over 5,000 birds here during the peak season from July to September, boating can be taken for closer viewing of the nesting birds.

Kallathigiri Falls23.72 KMs away from Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary

One of the panoramic tourist places in Chikmagalur surrounded by serene valleys and has a small temple of Veerabhadra.

Shivappa Nayaka Palace26.46 KMs away from Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary

A Government museum, a protected monument, historically important place named after the 17th century King Shivappa Nayaka of Keladi Nayaka dynasty

Baba Budangiri33.59 KMs away from Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary

One of the top places for trekking in Karnataka. This is a famous pilgrim site for both Hindus and Muslims and is often flocked by travellers.

Ayyana kere38.37 KMs away from Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary

Ayyanakere lake is an ancient lake located at the eastern base of the Baba Budhan hills. This is the biggest lake in Chikkamangluru district and second-largest in Karnataka.

Mullayanagiri45.91 KMs away from Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary

Mullayanagiri peak is located in the Baba budhan giri range of western ghats. It serves as the highest peak between Nilgiris and the Himalayas offering its visitors a relaxed environment.

Channagiri Fort47.75 KMs away from Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary

Historically important fort.Built in 1770 AD, the hill fort of Channagiri is located to the west of the present Channagiri town.

Kundadri Hills52.66 KMs away from Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary

A mountain peak crowning dense forests. There is a Jain Temple at the top of the mountain, and two small ponds formed by the rock on one side of this temple provided water to earlier sages.

Adhishakthyathmaka Sri Annapoorneshwari Temple Horanadu56.16 KMs away from Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary

Situated on the banks of river Bhadra, surrounded by forest, this temple is dedicated to the goddess Annapoorneshwari. It is believed that the sage Agastya in 8th century established the icon of the goddess here.

Shanthi Sagara56.31 KMs away from Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary

Also called as"Sulekere" is the Asia's second largest irrigation tank located in ht heart of Davangere.

Sirimane Waterfalls59.96 KMs away from Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary

Cascading waterfalls & pools in dense forest surrounding with a height of about 40 feet. It is possible to get right to the bottom of the falls and enjoy the force. This is very safe place to swim & play in the water.

Agumbe62.65 KMs away from Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary

A settlement nestled in the thickly forested Malenadu region of the Western Ghats mountain range. Owing to its high rainfall, it is referred to as "The Cherrarapunji of the south". Agumbe is associated with rainforest conservation efforts, documentation of medicinal plants, trekking, and photography. There is also a sanctuary for King Cobra here.

Barkana falls62.90 KMs away from Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary

One of the ten highest waterfalls in India. Formed by River Seetha River, the waterfall offers most amazing views during the rainy season.

Koodlu Waterfall63.80 KMs away from Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary

Waterfalls located inside a jungle. Feaures a stream of water that drops 300 ft. into a shallow pool. adventure and trekking lovers can explore this place in detail.

Onake Abbi Falls63.86 KMs away from Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary

Towering waterfall dropping from a high rock cliff. Hike for about 1.5 hours to reach the falls. Water drops from over 200 feet into a pool.

Beluru Sri Chennakeshava Temple63.97 KMs away from Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary

One of the oldest temples in Hassan district. An architectural wonder which has been built in the 12th century by the Hoysala ruler.

Hoysaleshwara Temple66.21 KMs away from Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary

Hoysaleswara temple is a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and is located in Halebidu, Hassan which is built in the 12th century.

Kedareshwar Temple66.82 KMs away from Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary

Kedareswara temple is a Hoysala era construction in the historically important town of Halabedu. It's a Trikuta temple, dedicated to Shiva in the form of Kedareshwara.