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Auspiciously named after Goddess Magaladevi, Mangalore is a vibrant kaleidoscope of turquoise beaches, multi-hued flora, greenery and enchanting forests. To its east are the scenic Western Ghats and to the west lies the mighty Arabian Sea.

A traveler's treat, Mangalore is blessed with beautiful beaches and several enchanting places to travel. Mangalore's most famous Tannirbavi beach, has an amazing view of the sunset and is one of the most beautiful beaches of Dakshina Kannada.

Over the years, the educational hub and small coastal city of Mangalore has undergone a cultural makeover with the touch of subtle urbanity in cuisine, entertainment and lifestyle. However, Mangalore has still retained its old charm and famous local flavor.

This balanced amalgam of the old and new, makes Mangalore a major tourist destination.

Be it traditional, historic, adventurous or recreational, Mangalore suits the bill for any genre of vacations. The divinity, the vibrancy and the untouched beauty of mother nature will linger in your senses long after you have experienced it.

The tourist attractions include Tannirbavi Beach, Panumbur Beach, Ullal Beach and Sultan Battery.

Famous holy places like, Mangala Devi Temple, Kudroli Shri Gokarnanatheshwara Temple, St Aloysius Church and St. Mary's island are also widely populated by tourist all through the year.

Hill Stations in Karnataka are undisputedly the favorite destination for tourists and they are located very close to Mangalore. Kudremukh, Kemmangundi, Chikamagaluru, Agumbe and Madikeri are some of the beautiful hill stations in Karnataka. If you are planning for a trip to the hill stations you would be enjoying trekking the scenic mountain slopes, bird watching, magnificent waterfalls, boating on pristine streams and a visit to the coffee plantations.