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Tourist Attractions in Madikeri

Tourist Attractions in Madikeri make this place a well known tourist destination among the tourists of the world who visit this place as a detour while on a tour to Mysore. There are various types of Tourist Attractions in Madikeri. There is Abbey Falls Madikeri which is 8 kilometers away from Madikeri. This is a magnificent natural site of the town. You can get the best view of this falls after the rainy season. There is a tourists spot in Kushalnagar which is only 3 kilometers away from Madikeri. This is called Kaveri Nisargadhama, this place acquires 65 acres of land. The spot is situated at the island which is created when the Kaveri River splits. This place is connected by a hanging bridge made under the supervision of forest department.

The list of Tourist Attractions in Madikeri also includes Nagarahole. It is a park where you can see various wildlife animals during your visit. Padi Igguthappa Temple is another tourist place in Madikeri. It is a temple, the architecture of which is influenced by the Kerala architectural pattern. Here in this city you can have the sight of the birth place of Cauvery River which is called Talacauvery. This place is located at the Brahmagiri hills. There are various other Tourist Attractions in Madikeri such as Harangi, Dubare Island & Chiklihole Dam, Bhagamandala and The Nalkand Palace.

How to get there:

By Air :- Nearest airport is the Mangalore airport which is 136 kilometers away from Madikeri.

By Rail :- You have to get down at Hassan, Cannanore and Tellichery railway station which are 115 kilometers distant from Madikeri.

By Road :- This place is well connected by road from Mysore, Bangalore Cannanore, Tellichery, Hassan and Srirangapatnam.

City Info:-Madikeri is a city in Karnataka. This place is also famous with the name Mercara. Previously this city was known as Muddurajakeri which literally means the city of Mudduraja. He was the ruler of Kodagu district and from his name the city owed its name. The pronunciation was change during the British rule.


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