Mangalore is named after Mangaladevi temple. Mangalore receives heavy rains during the rainy season( June- August ). It has breathtaking lush green landscapes & green cover all around the year. Mangalore is home to some famous temples like Subramanya Temple, Dharmasthala Temple & the famous Mookambika area, which is known as the spiritual powerhouse of the region. Other than temples & religious places, Mangalore has a good amount of forest coverage housing rich wildlife. Some popular ones are Nagarhole, Bandipur, and Mudumalai. You will find many jungle resorts here where you can live with modern amenities among wildlife. Mangalore also has a wide beach area such as NITK Suratkal beach, Palampur Beach Kapu Beach. Some hidden beaches worth checking out are Tannirbhavi Beach & Sasihithlu Beach. It’s close proximity to the beach ensures a wide range of seafood. If you prefer higher grounds, you must check out Agumbe (A hill station, Known as the Cherrapunji of South India). Situated about 100 km from Mangalore.
Located near Mangalore, at the base of the Charmadi Ghat, the Didupe and Ermai waterfalls are a sight to behold. Do not miss this opportunity to see the wondrous sight thus weekend!
Isha Foundation is a volunteer-based, non-profit organization founded by Sadhguru, to create an inclusive culture towards global harmony and progress. Hatha Yoga stems from a deep understanding of the mechanics of the body, and uses yogic postures, or yogasanas, to enable the system to sustain higher levels of energy. The Isha Hatha Yoga program is available in Mangalore from 7th July to 12th July.
5. Watch 3D show at Swami Vivekananda Planetarium
6. Pilikula Nisarga Dhama