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Popular Tourist Destinations in Sakleshpur

Sakleshpur is a serene town nestled in the Western Ghats of Karnataka and is a haven for trekkers and history enthusiasts alike. From the challenging Ethina Bhuja trek (Bull's Shoulder or Hump) to the ancient Betta Byraveshwara Temple, this picturesque region offers a blend of adventure and spirituality amidst lush coffee plantations and rolling hills. Email us at info@machaan.com for a curated itinerary.

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Halebid, in the Hassan district and close to Belur, was the regal capital of the Hoysalas after Belur. It is celebrated for the Hoysaleswara Temple, an example of Hoysala architecture, adorned with detailed carvings and sculptures of Hindu deities, depicting stories from the epics and Puranas.


Ethina Bhuja trek is a moderately challenging adventure, offering an opportunity to experience the stunning vistas of the Western Ghats. This trek is particularly rewarding, as it culminates in a panoramic view of the region's extensive mountain range.

Expereicnes in the western ghats by Machaan Sakleshpur
Dharmasthala Temple


Dharmasthala, located in the Dakshina Kannada district, is a revered temple town on the banks of the Nethravathi River. It is renowned for the Manjunatha Temple, an important pilgrimage site that represents religious tolerance.


Betta Byraveshwara, near Sakleshpur, is a historical temple situated atop a hill. It is not only a place of worship but also offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape, making it a picturesque spot for both devotion and nature appreciation.

Betta Byreshwara Temple Sakleshpur
Magajahalli Waterfalls Sakleshpur - Places to visit


Also known as Hanbal Falls, this serene cascade is located near Sakleshpur in Karnataka, offering a picturesque and tranquil retreat amidst lush greenery. The best time to visit this scenic location is post-monsoon.


Manjarabad Fort is a unique star-shaped fort located in Hassan district of Karnataka, India and built in the 18th century by Tipu Sultan as a strategic defensive structure. Perched at an altitude of around 3,240 feet, it offers panoramic views of the Western Ghats and is a popular destination for history enthusiasts and trekkers.