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The best time to visit Chikmagalur is in the winter months when the air is a little chilly and dry. The Western Ghats are in all their glory and the monsoons are almost over. The days are sunny and you can spend them visiting the different tourist places in Chikmagalur. The early mornings and evenings are a little cold, allowing you to snuggle up with a delicious cup of coffee in hand.
Yes, Chikmagalur is a safe place to travel to for all types of travellers, including solo female travellers.
Yes, Chikmagalur is a famous hill station located in the BabaBudangiri mountain range of the Western Ghats. It is situated in the south-western Indian state of Karnataka. It is a nature-lovers’ paradise and there are a plethora of places to visit in Chikmagalur.
Chikmagalur is famous for its rolling hills, lush green coffee plantations and its delicious coffee. This hill station based in the state of Karnataka is also home to three holy caves which are visited by thousands of pilgrims every year.
Chikmagalur has a moderate climate and three major seasons, summers, monsoons and winters. The weather remains cool and pleasant throughout most of the year. Even in the summer, the maximum temperature during the day stays below 35°C. Winters are the best time of the year to visit Chikmagalur.
There are plenty of things to do and attractions in Chikmagalur. You can enjoy adventure activities like hiking, trekking, off-roading etc. Additionally, Chikmagalur has many ancient temples and forts which form an ideal day out. You can also choose to stay in a coffee estate or visit a plantation to learn more about the history of the place.
Chikmagalur is popularly known as the ‘Coffee Land of Karnataka’ because of its many coffee plantations and estates. Chikmagalur is home to some delicious coffee which is enjoyed by the locals and visitors alike.
The mountains of Chikmagalur form a part of the mighty Western Ghats. These mountains are the starting point of not one but two rivers, namely Tunga and Bhadra. The rivers like Netravati and Yagachi also run through the place, adding to its breathtaking natural beauty.
Chikmagalur’s landscape is dominated by coffee plantations, thus earning its name of “The Coffee Land of Karnataka”. These coffee plantations and estates have been a part of the land for a very long time and were once owned by the British.
Today, they are not only used to produce some brilliant coffee but also represent a part of the history of the place. The coffee plantations rank at the top when talking about the places to visit in Chikmagalur
Coorg and Chikmagalur are probably two of the most popular hill stations in Karnataka but here are reasons why Chikmagalur might be a little better than the famous Coorg:
Mullayanagiri Hike: Amongst the best places to visit in Chikmagalur is Karnataka’s highest peak. Mountain lovers can go on a hike up Mullayangiri and enjoy unparalleled views of the surrounding greenery.
Coffee: Chikmagalur is a coffee-lover’s heaven. Not only does it have delicious coffee and sprawling plantations but also is home to a Coffee Museum. You can spend your time learning about Chikmagalur and its connection with coffee and about coffee in general.
Lesser Crowds: There are as many attractions in Chikmagalur as Coorg but much lesser crowds. You can enjoy the quaint, green surroundings to yourself and feel truly rejuvenated by the end of your trip.