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Mangalore Tour Packages by Taj Holidays

Dainty houses with tiled roofs, winding streets fringed with swaying palms, pristine beaches and scrumptious seafood – you will find them all in Mangalore. The city grows at an unprecedented pace, yet manages to retain its old-world charm in both, its culture and architecture.

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Kadri Manjunatha Temple
Open :6:00 AM-8:00 PM
The Kadri Manjunatha Temple, built in the Kerala style, is located in the foothills of the forested Kadri Hills. Steps lead up to the temple that houses a stunning thousand-year-old bronze statue of Lokeshwara within.
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Go On An Adventure
Let adrenaline take over as you hit tough terrain on an ATV. Dirt Mania’s off-road racing trails will have you conquering shifty sands and slushy fields, as well as boulders and bends. It is an activity that younger guests, in particular, will enjoy.
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Lounge By The Sea
Hidden away about 10km from Mangalore city, the Tannirbhavi Beach makes for a peaceful getaway. Let your feet sink into the soft sands and watch as fishermen haul in the day’s catch.
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Panambur Beach
Located 10Kms from the city of Mangalore, India Panambur is known for its cleanliness and safety, It is the city’s most visited beach. Carnivals add to the charm of this beach as boat races, beach sports and sand sculpture contests liven up the atmosphere. Besides, the International kite festival, organized every year, attracts participants from across the country and from abroad.
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St Aloysius College Chapel
The Portuguese arrived on Mangalore’s shores in the 1500s, bringing Catholicism with them. Today, the city is dotted with vestiges of its past, the most stunning legacy being this chapel, with its dramatic frescoes that resemble the ceilings of the iconic Sistine Chapel.
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Find Local Treasures
Open :10:00 AM-9:00 PM
It is worth stopping by at Cauvery Arts & Crafts Emporium for gifts and souvenirs to bring back home. This state-run emporium houses a gorgeous collection of quality sandalwood and rosewood products, as well as a vibrant array of textiles.
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Buy A Silken Wonder
PSR & Sons stocks a lovely range of garments including saris, kurtas and other ethnic attire made from the finest of silks and cottons. Saris in styles from across the country can be found here, including Kancheevarams, Patolas, Benarasis and Maheshwaris. The store also sells fusion western wear.
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Plan A Day-Trip
There are far too many things to explore at Pilikula Nisargadhama, making it ideal for a day-trip. Spanning 370 acres, the space houses wildlife, an arboretum, a boating centre, an amusement park and a golf course. It is the perfect place at which to spend time with children.
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Bring Home Local Delicacies
Pick up a batch of local jackfruit chips, one of the many snacks found in this part of the country. Made from a special variety of raw jackfruit kernels, the chips are crunchy and have a distinctive taste. They make a great accompaniment to piping-hot cups of tea.
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