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Location: Udupi District, Karnataka.
Famous for/as: Beaches, Pilgrimage. 
Summer (March - June): 39 °C  to 20 °C.
Winter (October to February): 34°C  to 15°C. 
Monsoon  (July to September): Heavy rainfalls.
STD CODE : 0820
BEST TIME TO VISIT : October to March.

Udupi is a fairly large and a loveable tourist spot. The town was sanctum of the great Sanskrit Philosopher Madhvacharya. The town of Udupi lies in Udupi Taluka in Udupi district. The history of Udupi revolves around the story of the 1500 years Krishna temple and matha (monastery, also spelt mutt). The idol was installed by the sage Madhvacharya in the 13th century. The temples, churches and beaches are the major attraction in this part of the Konkan coastal belt. To the south of Udupi is Mangalore which is the headquarters of the Dakshina Kannada district.

The hotels, tourists homes, beach resorts spread all over the coastal belt provide good accommodation for the tourists. There are many resorts located in the midst of thick forests, on the river banks and close to beaches with their homely atmosphere and help them to enjoy their time in Udupi.


The main attraction of this temple is the 'Kanakana Kindi' -a small window through which Krishna is believed to have given darshan to his ardent devotee, Kanakadasa.

Also Udupi has some nice beaches, lush greenery, the quaint charm of a small town and many temples. A good place for nature lovers and adventuras people.

Kapu Beach relatively unknown beach. There is a lighthouse from which once can get a nice view.Its 22Km from Manipal.

Malpe beach:

Malpe town is about four km to the west of Udupi. It is the most important port of the Karnataka coast and is situated at the mouth of the Malpe or Udyavara river. An ideal picnic spot with its virgin beach.  Malpe beach is known for beautiful sunset in the background of St Mary's island. It’s a very nice clean beach.

End-point Park:

Situated just a kilometre away from the College of Pharmaceutical Sciences a...


See the performance of Yakshagana, a Bhoota Kola or a Naga Mandala. The latter two are essentially religious rituals, but a sight to watch. The Yakshagana is a genre of dance-drama that is native to the Karavali region.

White water rafting at Jomlu Theertha:  Dangerous place for swimming. Best time of visit is from July to late January. 

Thekkatte: This place (40mins drive from Udipi) is away from crowd and pollution. It has a beautiful beach where the tides are low and even kids can enjoy the water here. 


Mangalore International Airport is 59 km from Udupi. The airport is well-connected with major Indian cities and a few Middle-eastern destinations.


Udupi is a major station on the Konkan railway route. There are connections with Mumbai and Mangalore. Major trains including Rajadhani Express stop at Udupi Railway Station. A night train is available from Mangalore to Bangalore, known simply as the Mangalore-Bangalore express.


Udupi is located right on National Highway NH66 (formerly NH17) connecting Cochinwith Mumbai. Buses regularly ply from major southern cities to Udupi. You may choose from Volvo (AC buses), Airbuses or KSRTC buses depending on your budget.

Well connected with Kerala, Coastal Karnataka (including Mangalore), Goa, and the Konkan region of Maharashtra.

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