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Bhadra Riverside Resort

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Resort
3 star
India
Chikmagalur
Sangameshwarpet Bus Stop, Karnataka 577136, India
9591391010
Chikmagalur
1 nights

Bhadra Riverside Resort is nestled in the cozy embrace of Bhadra Riverside Resort. Our aim is to provide the best possible service to make your visit truly memorable.

We are the proud recipients of the “Golden Category Recognition Award” instituted by “Ministry of Tourism, Karnataka State, Government of India

The history of Bhadra Riverside Resort is both unique and inspiring. Founded in 1979, it stands testimony to a saga of dedication and determination of the estate founder Mr.Anthony Saldanha, who single handedly converted a once barren land into a flourishing plantation.

The region surrounding the estate is known as Masigadde, meaning ‘Coal Field’ as this place was used for producing charcoal used to run the steam locomotives of the British era. Entire forests would be burned down for this purpose.

It was the vision of Mr. Anthony Saldanha, a master planter with a lifelong passion for plantations, that saw a flourishing estate in this land. Even though he was warned that nothing could be made to grow here as the land was degraded from years of burning charcoal, he took this as a personal challenge. Seeing the Bhadra river as a lifeline, he embarked on setting up the estate and yielding began in 1983-84. Converting barren land into wealth, he brought back life to this dead place.

Presently this estate is managed by his son Neethan Saldanha. Neethan has an engineering background and has dedicated his life to continuing his father’s legacy. Bhadra Riverside Resort is presently classified under “resorts near Mangalore” and “resorts near Chikmagalur”.

The estate produces Coffee – Robusta, most of which is exported. Alongside Areca, Black pepper, Cardamom, Vanilla, Banana are also grown.

Policies of Bhadra Riverside Resort

Amenities of Bhadra Riverside Resort

  • AIR CONDITIONING
  • COFFEE
  • ENTERTAINMENT
  • FIRE PLACE
  • FREE PARKING
  • FRIDGE
  • PETS ALLOWED
  • PICK AND DROP
  • PLAY PLACE
  • SMOKING ALLOWED
  • SUITABLE FOR EVENTS
  • TELEVISION

Things to Do

Hirekolale Lake

At a distance of 10 Kms from Chikmagalur & 50 Kms from Kemmangundi, Hirekolale Lake is a beautiful manmade lake amidst beauty and surrounded by high mountains. The famous hills of Mullayanagiri can be viewed from here. This lake was built to supply water to Chikmagalur town and irrigation of lands in surrounding villages. This

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Deviramma Betta

Devigiri – Deviramma temple is located on top of this hill which is open only during Deepavali, there’s a saying that Mysore Palace used to initiate celebration based on indication (lighting) from this hill. Deviramma Betta is named because of the temple of Deviramma at the top of this hill. It is situated in chandra

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Central Coffee Research Institute

Research work on coffee was initiated during the year 1915 by setting up a temporary laboratory at Koppa.  Initial studies focused attention in combating the dreaded leaf disease of coffee.  Later it was deemed necessary to have a full fledged experimental station to tackle the multifarious problems that the coffee industry had been countered with. 

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Baba Budangiri Hills

Overview To the north of Chikmagalur town is the Baba-Budan Range or Chandra Drona Parvatha as it was known in olden times, which has one of the highest mountain peaks between the Himalayas and the Nilgiris. The loftiest point of the range is Mullaiyanagiri which is 1,926 meters above sea level. The three large caves

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Kalasa

The old Agrahara settlement, 92 kms south – west of Chikmagalur and situated on the banks of the river Bhadra, is surrounded by lofty hills of the Western Ghats and is looked upon as one of the pancha-kshetras on the banks of the Bhadra. Close by are the pancha theerthas, the five sacred ponds. On

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Mullayanagiri

Mullayanagiri: It is the highest peak in Karnataka, India. Mullayanagiri is located at 13°23’26?N 75°43’18?E in the Baba Budan Giri Range of the Western Ghats. With a height of 1,930 metres (6,330 ft), it is the highest peak between the Himalayas and the Nilgiris after chembra peak (2100 m), banaura peak(2073m), and vellari mala(2339m) of

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Sringeri

Sri Parsawanath Tirthankara Jain Temple Sri Kodandaramaswami Temple Sringeri Sharada Peetha Sringeri Mutt Shri Jagadguru Badari Shankaracharya Samsthanam Sharada Temple Sri Parsawanath Tirthankara Jain Temple Kere Anjaneya Temple Torana Ganapati Temple

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Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary

The district with dense tropical evergreen forests interspersed with lush grassy slopes is endowed with a rich and varied fauna, abundantly seen at the Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary, 38 kms north – west of Chickmagalur town. The sanctuary surrounded by hills has the tributaries of the Bhadra river flowing through it. The western border of the

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Kudremukh

Kadambi Falls Lakya Dam Hanumangundi Falls Gangamoola Hill This ‘World Heritage Site’ is the point of origin of three rivers – Netra, Tunga and Bhadra. To arrive at Ganga Moola (also called Varaha Parvata), one has to cover a distance of 32 km on Kudremukh, by driving. Hereafter, the Kudremukh forest authority grants permission to

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Horanadu Sri Annapoorneshwari Temple

“Sri kshetra Horanadu” is situated on the banks of river Bhadra in a remote corner of Chikkamagaluru dist, Karnataka, surrounded by the natural vegetation, forest, green lands, and natural beauty of the Western Ghats. The great deity of Adishakthyathmaka Sri Annapoorneshwari’s Prathistapana was done by his holiness Agasthya Maharishi several centuries back. The hereditary Dharmakartharu

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Kemmanagundi

Kemmannugundi is a hill station in Chikmagalur district in the state of Karnataka, India. Kemmannugundi (or Kemmannagundi) derives its name from three Kannada words – Kempu (red), mannu (soil) and gundi (pit) and means a place with red soil. It is 1434m above sea level. This was the summer retreat of Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV and

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Bhadra White Water River Rafting

River Bhadra skirts around the hills of Chikmagalur, gushing and bouncing in places, making it an apt spot for white water rafting. Besides providing a wonderful backdrop to parts of Chikmagalur, the River Bhadra is perfect to add an adventure twist to the holiday. Outdoor company, Capture, led by Krishna, is the only (and reasonable)

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Kelagur Tea Estate

The salubrious climate of this state is famous for making some of the finest sprawling tea estates in India. Kelagur Tea Estate has gained fame and popularity in Karnataka for producing organic tea. The old traditional methods used by the estate are becoming the foremost attraction for tea enthusiasts. History Four Generations of the Mathias

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Ballalarayana Durga Fort

Forts always have a mysterious aura surrounding them. Most of them are reminiscences of a rich bygone era. Every fort has a history associated with it. Now if a fort exists in the midst of dense forest and atop a hill in the beautiful Western Ghats, it is bound to be a place full of

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