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Shravanabelagola Tour Packages

Explore beautiful shades of the majestic town of Karnataka with our Shravanabelagola tour packages. With this tour package, you will be on a roller coaster ride of fun. Every turn holds beautiful and surprising elements for you. During this Shravanabelagola trip, you will cover beautiful temples, caves, inscriptions, and fascinating stories. Our meticulously designed tour packages of Shravanabelagola will enrich your traveling experience in so many ways. Apart from exploring the attractions of this city, you will also get a chance to get a panoramic view of the city. The majestic hills of Shravanabelagola will blow your mind and give pleasant feelings. We aim to give you a hassle-free travel experience by including assisted services. Our tour packages come up with services like great sightseeing, swift transfers, comfy accommodations, and delicious meals. You can also modify your itinerary as per your interest as we give a customization facility.

Tourist Attractions in Shravanabelagola

Being tucked between breathtaking Vindhyagiri and Chandragiri hills, Shravanabelagola is overloaded with tourist places to visit. It is widely known for having the Gommateshwara statue, the world's tallest monolithic statue. Apart from it, there are many beautiful places to explore in Shravanabelagola. Here is the list of top attractions of Shravanabelagola.

Chandragupta Basadi:

Emitting the aura of a well-revered masterpiece of glorious history, this 12th-century monument is one of the best places to visit in Shravanabelagola. It is located on the Chandragiri hills and one of the smaller Basadis in the city. But, its enticing architecture ideas, ornamental doors and decorative screens are unparalleled. No wonder that it is one of the most admirable Jain temples or monuments present in this city.

Gomateshwara Statue:

Meet the iconic monolithic statue after climbing 600 stairs on the Vindhyagiri Hills. This statue is one of the prime attractions of Shravanabelagola. It is a 58 ft. tall statue that holds great significance in Jainism and has no emotional attachment on its face. The charm of this place is exceptional at the time of the Mahamastakabhisheka festival. This festival is held once in 12 years. At this festival, many devotees pour curd, ghee, sugar, Kesar, and flowers. Viewing the statue with such an offering is a commendable and special kind of experience that you can get in your life.

Akkana Basadi:

The unique architecture of this Basadi makes it one of the famous tourist places of Shravanabelagola. This temple is made of soapstone, and it was outlined and built by Achala Devi. It is dedicated to Parshwanath and has a simple dome-like structure. The blend of its inscriptions and intelligent architectural design surely deserves a visit. It is one of the first Basadis that come in front of you after taking a few steps on Chandragiri Hills.

Bhadrabahu Cave:

This cave holds great significance in Jainism as it is the place where Bhadrabahu spent the final days of his life. He was one of the most honored saints for the Jains. Chandragupta also came here to mediate after being initiated into the Jain family. Bhadrabahu Cave offers a rich history in the cool atmosphere. One of the best things that you will find surprisingly interesting is the footsteps of Chandragupta. The ambiance of spirituality and raw design. The cave gives you an unforgettable experience.

Best Time to Visit Shravanabelagola

The best time to visit Shravanabelagola is the winter season as the climate is pleasurable. The average temperature in the winter season is around 23 degrees Celsius. If we talk about the best months to visit in Shravanabelagola, then the answer would be October to March. During the summer season, the heat could be a barrier for sightseeing temples and tourist places.

Staying Option around Shravanabelagola

You will find many options to stay around Shravanabelagola. Whether you are looking for a luxurious stay or you are looking for budget-friendly and decent hotels. We have curated a list of best hotels around Shravanabelagola to make your journey delightful.

  • The New Rock Hotel
  • Capital O 72446 Hmt Comforts
  • Hotel Srikrishna
  • Mallige Residency
  • Hassan Ashok
  • Suvarna Regency
  • Palguni Residency

How to reach Shravanabelagola

You can reach Shravanabelagola by air, rail, and road. The nearest airport from this city is Bengaluru International Airport, at a distance of 167 km. From there you can take a taxi and buses to reach your destinations. This airport is well connected with national and international destinations. The nearest railway station from this city is Mandagree, which is at a distance of 17 km. Hassan Railway station is also a great option to reach Shravanabelagola by rail, which is around 42 km. If you want to travel by road, You will get many private and government buses to and from Shravanabelagola. Buses service connects this city with major cities. Hiring a cab is also a good option for a more comfortable journey.



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Karnataka with Goa Tour
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Mumbai - Goa - Belgaum - Badami - Aihole - Pattadakal - Hospet - Hassan -Shravanabelagola - Madikeri - Mysore - Srirangapatnam - Bangalore - Mumbai

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7 N / 8 D

Bangalore – Kabini/Bandipur - Srirangapatnam - Mysore - Shravanabelagola - Belur - Halebid - Hampi - Badami - Pattadakal - Goa

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FAQs of Shravanabelagola, Karnataka

Q: Where is Shravanabelagola located?

Ans: Shravanabelagola is located at Channarayapatna of Hassan district in Karnataka state (Province). This place is famous for Lord Gomateshwara (Bahubali) statue. The statue is 57 feet talland it is considered to be the world's largest monolithic statue.It is situated on Vindhyagiri Hill. You will have to climb around 700 steps from the base to the top of the hill where the statue is situated. This is one of the most important pilgrimage destination of Jainism. Mahamastakabhishekaa grand Jain festival is performed every once in 12yrs. Shravanabelagola is situated between Mysore and Hassan road.

Q: How to Reach Shravanabelagola?

Ans: You can reach Shravanabelagola only by Road. The main city of stay are Hassan which about 50kms &Mysuru which is about 80Kms.

Nearest Airports:

  • Mysuru approx. 95kms / 2hrs
  • Bengaluru approx 175kms / 4hrs

Nearest main Railway Station:

  • Mysuru approx80Kms / 1½hrs
  • Hassan approx 48Kms / 1½hrs
  • Bengaluru approx 145Kms / 3hrs

Nearby Important tourist destinations:

  • Hassan 50kms / 1½hrs
  • Mysuru Approx 80Kms / 1½hrs
  • Belur Approx 90Kms / 2hrs
  • Halebeedu Approx 80Kms / 2hrs
  • Bengaluru 145 kms / 3hrs
Q: How is the weather in Shravanabelagola and best time to visit Shravanabelagola?

Ans: Sharavanabelagola is a year around pilgrimage destination. During summers from March to June it will be very hot. The best time to visit Shravanabelagola is from October to February. You can even visit during rainy season as it is not going to be hot to climb the steps.

Q: Which are the places of visit or activities to enjoy near Shravanabelagola?

Ans: The closest main city of stay is Hassan. During stay at Hassan, one can visit Belur & Halebeedu.

  • Belur: Situated about 40KMS from Hassan is listed under UNESCO world heritage site. This is the most photographed and perhaps the best and a must visit for the tourists. The Main attractions are as below.
  • Chenna Kesava Temple is a 12th Century Hindu temple and it is one of the most beautiful shrines in Belur. This temple was built by Hoysala empire and is dedicated to Chennakesava, an avatar of Lord Vishnu
  • Veera Narayana Temple is devoted to Veera Narayana or Lakshmi Narayana built by Hoysala Empire.
  • Darpana Sundari: Also known as lady with the mirror is one of the most beautiful attractions of Belur Temple.
  • Kappe Chennigaraya Temple: Built by Hoysala Empirequeen Shantala Devi.This small temple is located in the Veeranarayana Temple complex.
  • The Gravity Pillar is a 42 feet high pillaralso known as Mahasthambha or Kartika Deepotsava Stambha is one of the prime attractions of Chennakesava temple. This is a Single stone pillar stationed on a platform. It is said that this pillar is standing on three sides on its own weight and has a gap on the fourth side where a piece of paper or cloth can slide in. This pillar displays the excellence of Vijayanagara reign architects and has stature and stability.
  • Halebeedu: Situated about 32 kms from Hassan. It was the earliest capital of Hoysala Empire.
  • Hoysaleswara Temple or Halebeedu temple devoted to Lord Shiva is a sculptural extravaganza situated on a star shaped base. Tourists coming to this historic site can see beautifully carved sculptures and excellent stone scrollwork on the platform of the structure.
  • Kedareshwara Temple: is one of the must visit temples of Halebeedu. It was built in the Chalukyan style of architecture and has two Hoysala emblems. This displays a beautiful and stunning mix of both architecture styles.