Kudremukh National Park Chikmagalur
Kudremukh National Park – History, Location, Timings, Entry Fee, Trekking Details, Best time to visit, Nearby Attractions, How to Reach, Online Booking.
Kudremukh National Park History
Kudremukh National Park located in the Chikmagalur district of Karnataka. This National Park is the second largest park located in Bangalore. It occupies about 600 square kilometres of area. Kudremukh literally means “Horse Face”, this National Park is flourished with dense flora and fauna. Across the northern and eastern boundaries of the park, aromatic coffee and tea plantations could be observed. It was established in the year 1987.Apart from the wildlife population, this place is also popular for the Temple of goddess “Bhagavathi”, and the image of the “Lord Varaha” which measures about 1.8 m. Also the beautiful rivers “Thunga Bhadra” flows through the lands. The Park also conducts the Nature Camps to know much about the biodiversity and nature’s beauty of Kudremukh.
Kudremukh National Park Entry Time
|All Days of the week|
|6:00 am to 6:00 pm|
Kudremukh National Park Entry Fee
|Child (Indians)||Rs 200/-|
|Indian Senior Citizens||Rs 200/-|
|Foreigner Students||Rs 1000/-|
Kudremukh National Park Trekking Details
|6:00 am to 5:00 pm|
|Kudremukh Peak||18 km|
|Kurinjal Peak||7 km|
|Gangadikal Peak||4 km|
|Sita Bhumi Peak||15 km|
|Narsimha parvatha||19 km|
Best time to Visit Kudremukh Park Karnataka:
- October to May
- Sringeri Sharada peetham
- Horanadu Annapoorneshwari Temple
- Kadambi Waterfalls
- Ganga moola
- Lakya Dam
Kudremukh National Park Location:
Kudremukh National Park
How to Reach Kudremukh National Park?
Mangaluru International Airport is the nearest Airport which is 96 km away
Mangaluru Railway Station is the nearest Railway station which is 100 km away
Kudremukha is well connected with other major cities.