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Karwar is a city in Karnataka.

Get in

By plane- You can fly to Dabolim Airport (Goa) and take a taxi. Devbagh is just 2 ½ hours from there.

By train- Karwar is connected to Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Mangalore, Cochin and other important places through the Konkan Railway. Fast trains do not stop at Karwar; so one has to alight at Madgaon (Goa) or at Ankola and then reach Karwar by road. However, there are quite a few slower trains that stop at Karwar. The journey between Mangalore & Karwar takes not more than 4 hours. Visitors from Chennai can enter via Mangalore. For details, kindly enquire with the Railway authorities. Travelers from Bangalore and Hyderabad should get off at Hubli and proceed by road to Karwar. The road between Hubli & Karwar, is one of the best in Karnataka and passes through thick jungle.

By bus- Overnight deluxe bus services are available from Bangalore. Buses also ply between Madgaon and Karwar at regular intervals.

Get around

Auto rickshaw, or car. You can also rent a boat to visit some of the islands. Thats Great being in karwar. 3 KILOMETERS FROM KARWAR BUS STAND SAJJESWARA TEMPLE RELATED TO GOKARNA IS WORTH VISITING


Beaches, Islands and mangrove up on the Kali river

  • abrar karwar (abrar), abrar a shaikh sadashivgad karwar (karwar info), [1]. this is a karwar web site provided for karwar people and other to karwar info


Beautiful beaches, snorkling, banana boating


  • there are small pan stalls, chat stalls, etc.


Sea Food and some local restaurants, "Gadbad" Icecream.


Tender coconut, Soda Sharbath at local cold drinks shop


Devbhag beach resort. [3]

  • Majali beach village, [2].


Get out

  • Kumta - 75 kms from here.
  • Honavar - 95 kms from here.
  • Gokarn - 75 kmsfrom here.

External Reference

Travelling Indians on Karwar

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