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Tucked away in a pristine natural setting, Kemmanagundi Homestay is ideal for family, friends as well as corporate groups. It is close to most major tourist hotspot such as beautiful waterfalls, scenic coffee plantations, historic temples and much more.
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We are located close to several tourist hotspots in and around Kemmanagundi. Below are some of the major attractions.
This beautiful falls is located about 10 km. from Kemmangundi. It is also locally known as Kalahasthi falls or Kallathigiri falls.It is 122 meters in height and is a popular tourist attraction.
As the name suggests, it is a garden of roses under the supervision of the Horticultural Department. It houses several varieties of roses and is a delightful place to just stroll and relax.
Raj Bhavan is a Govt. guest house that offers a breath-taking panoramic view of the surrounding hills. The sunset view from Raj Bhavan is something truly spectacular.
It is 168 meters in height and the falls stream down in two stages to form – Chikka Hebbe (Small Falls) and Dodda Hebbe (Big Falls). From Raj Bhavan it is just a downhill trek of around 8 kms. Jeeps are available at extra charge.
Jagara Pass & Jagara Valley
A lush and beautiful valley just 16 kms from Kemmannagundi. It is a haven for wildlife lovers and adventure enthusiasts. It is also an idea spot for trekking and hiking.
Bhadra Tiger Reserve
It is India's 25th nature reserve. It is a huge expanse of bamboo trees and surrounded by coffee estates. Besides wildlife like tigers, deers, elephants, panthers and gaurs, it is also home to over 250 species of birds.
The locals call it Manikyda Dhare as a tribute to saint Manikya Dhara. It is about 24 kms from Kemmanagundi.
Just 30 minutes trek from Raj Bhavan, Z Point is Kemmanagundi's major vantage point. The sunset view from Z Point is truly worth watching.
Built in 1196 under Hoysala King Veera Ballala II, it is situated in an idyllic location close to the Bhadra river reservoir.
Horse Way is a small narrow pass in the creek of the hill. It was a favourite place of the Maharajas of yore for horseback riding. It also offers a spectacular view of the sun rise and sun set.
Shanthi Falls is a beautiful waterfalls and a must visit because it is just 1 kilometer from Kemmannagundi.
Just 24 kms from Kemmanagundi and located 18664 meters above sea level. It was the first place where coffee seeds were sown in Chikmagalur. It is also a popular pilgrimage destination for both Hindus and Muslims.