Mangaladevi Temple
The Mangaladevi Temple is a 9th century temple at Bolara which is just about 3 kms from the center of Mangalore. The city of Mangalore is named after the presiding deity, Mangaladevi. Temple is open for visitors from 6am to 1pm and 4pm to 8.30pm. To know more about us and choose from our vast [...] MORE
Beaches of Mangalore
Ask anyone for places to visit in Mangalore and I bet you'll be told about its pristine beaches and its related activities. And why not? A few hours soaking the sun will do wonders to your mood! Mangalore boasts of many wonderful sights and tourist attractions. The beaches are undoubtedly the most fascinating part of [...] MORE
St. Lawrence Shrine
St. Lawrence Shrine or commonly known as Attur Church is a basillica dedicated to the 2nd century Saint Lawrence. It was built in the year 1759 and in the year 2016 was proclaimed to be a Minor Basilica. The yearly feast attracts thousands of people from all over the state. If you are a religious [...] MORE
Pilikula Nisargadhama
Pilikula Nisargadhama is the perfect setting for a day full of fun and activities. This park is spread over 370 acres and encompasses a park with a lake, a zoo, museum with historical artifacts and a waterpark. The name "Pilikula " literally translates to "Tiger Lake" and it is believed Tigers used to quench their [...] MORE
Kateel Shree Durgaparameshwari Temple
Kateel Shree Durgaparameshwari Temple is located in the town of Kateel, about 29 kms away from Mangalore. The reigning deity here is Durga Parmeshwari. This is the temple that we have named ourselves after. To know more about us and choose from our vast range of holiday packages, call us on +91-90089-63417 or email us [...] MORE
Kudroli Gokarnath Temple
Shree Gokarnanatha Kshethra is a magnificent temple located at Kudroli in Mangalore that was consecrated by the great social reformer Shree Narayana Guru in the year 1912. Not just this, if you are a religious soul, Mangalore is dotted with several other famous temples and religious places. We'll cover a few of them in this [...] MORE
North Karnataka

North Karnataka has a rich history as several several kingdoms have ruled it over the years and they have left behind a wonderful trail of monuments, temples and forts.


Mysore is know for its rich History and hints of royalty that exists even today.


Kerala, known all over the world as God’s own country is famed for its beaches, quaint backwaters, spice plantations and wildlife.