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Kemmannagundi

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Kemmannagundi is a hill station in Chikmagalur district.

Kemmanagundi is a scenic hill station in the Baba Budan Giri range of hills. Karnataka's tallest peak, Mullayanagiri, is also part of the same hill ranges. 55 kms to the north of Chikmagalur, Kemmanagundi is also known as KR hills after the Wodeyar king Krishna Raja Wodeyar who made it his favourite summer camp. Located at a height of 1434 meters, it is amazingly verdant and has beautiful climate throughout the year.

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By air Mangalore is the nearest domestic Airport, which is 190 km away and Bangalore is the nearest international Airport, which is 295 km away. Mangalore air terminal is connected to Bangalore and Chennai. Bangalore airport is well connected to almost all airports in India.

By train Nearest Railway Station is Tarekere, which is connected by rail to Mangalore and Bangalore. Tarekere is about 15 km from Kemmanagundi and taxi will cost about Rs 300 from railway station to Kemmangundi. For train timings and on-line reservations (within India) visit the Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation's website[1].

By bus Kemmanagundi is well connected by bus services. Private and public transport buses connect frequently to Chikmaglur (55 km), Bangalore (295 km) and Mangalore (190 km). A/C deluxe and luxury buses are available from Bangalore and Mangalore to Kemmanagundi, which cost about Rs 4 per km.

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By tourist mini bus You can get tourist buses(mini) from chickmagalur.

By Jeep Jeep services are available from kemmannagundi to tourist places.


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