Thursday, December 25, 2014

Ride of the Year-2014

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Sat-Sunday: December 27-28

Meeting Point: Art of Living International Center. Time: 5am

Day1: Ride to Bilikal Betta- SightSeeing- Breakfast-
Shivanasamudra- Lunch- Ride to MM Hills(or BR Hills) and Halt

1.Art of Living to Bilikal Betta = 70 Kms

2.Bilikal Betta-Shivanasamudra= 80 Kms

Shivanasamudra-MM Hills= 90kms
Shivanasamudra-BR Hills= 60 kms


Day 2: Temple Visit at BR(or MM) Hills - Breakfast- Ride to MM Hills(or BR)- Sightseeing- Lunch- Ride Back to Bangalore. 

3. MM Hills-BR Hills = 112 Kms

4. BR Hills-Bangalore = 185 Kms

Accomodation at BR Hills

Cost: 500-1K per head
Camp Fire/Safari- extra Rs.500
Phone : +91 90368 09218 , +91 97408 20508
Accomodation at MM Hills
Guru Darshini Ph:0822-5272108 
Shiva Darshini Ph:0822-5272139
Mahadeshwara Guest House Ph:0822-5272124

Name / PlaceTelephone No.
Sri Male Mahadeshwara Hills
08225 - 272270, 232128, 272124, 272335
Temple's Administrative Office
Information Centre272271
FAX08225 - 272123
Dasoha Bhavan272109
Executive Officer's Residence272122
Guru Bhavan272129
Puduvattu Branch
Salur Mutt
Guru Darshini272108
Shiva Darshini272139
Kuteeras................................ Section272131
Sankamma Nilaya272152
Mahadeshwara Guest House272124
Mahadeshwara Kalyanamantap, Kollegal252968
                            Other Offices
Post Office272133
Primary Health Center272264 / 272200
Telecom Enquiries272198/272199
Forest - Assistant Conservator - Res272142
Task Force
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Route1: Bangalore - Mysore - Gundlupet - Sultan Bathery -Wayanad

Route2: Bangalore- Mysore - Hunsur - Nagarhole - Kutta - Kattikulam- Mananthavady- Wayanad

Bangalore- Mysore- HDKote- Nagarhole- Bavali-Kaatikulam- Mananthavady

Stay at Kalpetta/Meppadi

Tourist Attractions
1. Edakkal Caves
2. Kuruva island
3. Banasura Sagara dam
4. Pookot Lake
5. Lakkidi View Point
6. Sentinal Rock waterfalls
7. SoochiPara Water falls
8. Karapuzha Dam
9. Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary timing 7-9 am and 3-5 pm

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