Karwar is a famous holiday destination located in Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka. It is most popular among tourist for its lush green hills, gorgeous scenery, imposing mountains and serene natural beauty. In all its glory, the pristine beaches of Karwar are illuminating the Arabian Sea. It is a border of Karnataka where one can see the clashes of Kannada and Marathi cultures. The vast stretches of beaches, golden sand and blue water are the highlighting features of Karwar. The sea shores of the beaches are fringed by beautiful palm and coconut trees. Apart from beaches, there are plenty of must see places in Karwar including ancient temples like Durga Devi Temple and Naganath Temple, Kurumgad Island, Oyster Rock Lighthouse, Chendia Waterfalls, Anshi National Park and Habbu mountain are famous spots to enjoy in Karwar.
Places to visit
It is an amazing beach houses five beautiful islands. It is surrounded by mighty Arabian sea.It is an ideal place to relax. It is more celestial and secluded which enthralls visitors by sun set and sun rise. The gentle waves, stretch of golden sand, acres of green foliage and a serene ambience are making Karwar as perfect holiday destination.
At the foot of Oyster rocks, an old and beautiful lighthouse stands. It was built during British period. It is amazing to view the hues of lighthouse flashes in relaxing evenings.
Durga Temple, Naganatha Temple, Anshi National Park and Habbu Mountain are other well known places in and around Karwar.
How to reach Karwar
The nearest airport is Goa at a distance of 60 km from Devbagh is the nearest airport to reach Karwar by air.
Karwar has its own well established railway station which is well connected to Delhi, Mumbai, Cochin, Mangalore and Ahmedabad.
It is well connected with Mangalore and Bangalore. Several state and private bus facilities are available to reach Karwar.
In summer 30-35°C and in Winter 17-30°C. October to February is favorable time to picnic Karwar.