Kudremukh National Park

Why to visit?
  • Declared as a Wildlife Protected Area – Forests on the peaks.
  • Main objective of this park is to protect endangered and rare species of animals.
  • A trekker's paradise. This place offer wide variety of flora and fauna.
  • Houses four ranges named Kudremukh, Kerekatte, Kalasa and Shimoga.
  • Nominated to be declared a tiger reserve, as part of the Bhadra Tiger Sanctuary.
  • Do not miss “Filter Coffee” made from locally grown Coffee.

20 km from Kalasa


6 am - 6 pm (All days of the week)

Entrance Fees:
  • Permit charges : INR 200 per group
  • Indian : INR 30 per head
  • Foreign Nationalist : INR 80 per head
  • Trekking Guide fee : INR 100 per group
Restaurants Nearby:

Local eateries

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