Himavad Gopalaswamy Betta, Chamarajanagar
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Himavad Gopalaswamy Betta is located in Chamarajanagar. Arrange to visit Himavad Gopalaswamy Betta and other attractions in Chamarajanagar using our Chamarajanagar vacation trip planner.
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This Temple is located around 50 Kms from Chamarajanagar, in Gundlupet taluk, near a village called "Hangala" on Gundlupet - Bandipur Road. This place is primarily a Hill Station wherein on the top of... read more »
Best place to visit during the Winter as the fog cover the place whole day and if you do not wish to see the fog then do visit during summer. The place is located near Bandipur and in between the rese... read more »
1. Left mysore early morning bus to reach gundlupet by 730 in a ksrtc shuttle bus. reached gundlupet by 835. Missed the morning first direct bus to Gopalaswamy betta from gundlupet bus stand which has... read more »
Hit this place when we visited masinagudi. Wasn't disappointed even though it was summer the place was actually cool. I figured the temperature difference at top was around 5 to 8 degrees from what was below. Beautiful view, we were fortunate enough to notice a herd of wild animals in the nearby hill.the roads are very narrow at some points, but not really bad.
Awesome! The location is serene calm and rejuvenating. Come even in the afternoon when the sun is shining bright... You'll not feel hot... The cool breeze will blow you away and make u feel like amidst a place like manali! Especially if you are visiting Bandipur, this place is close-by and you can definitely drop in... Now they have stopped allowing private vehicles onto the hill. You can park your vehicle at the checkpost near the foot of the hill... KSRTC buses do the ferrying to the top.... There's a temple of Lord Krishna. And if u like taking photographs, this place rocks!! Overall an amazing place that you have to visit
A nice temple of the Lord Gopalswami (Vishnu) at the top of Gopalswami hills It is the core area of the Bandipur national park Opening hours 6 to 4
Temple is only accessible by busses, which drive visitors from the bottom of the hill to the temple. Trip costs 20 rs/direction and getting into the bus can be real chaos. Access road to the temple was also interesting and photogenic as locals were drying harvest on the road :)
Punith Kumar S N
Awesome place. You'll be lucky to spot elephants in the wilderness.
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