Bhadra Riverside Resort – under renovation
Bhadra Riverside Resort is nestled in the cozy embrace of Bhadra Riverside Resort. Our aim is to provide the best possible service to make your visit truly memorable.
We are the proud recipients of the “Golden Category Recognition Award” instituted by “Ministry of Tourism, Karnataka State, Government of India
The history of Bhadra Riverside Resort is both unique and inspiring. Founded in 1979, it stands testimony to a saga of dedication and determination of the estate founder Mr.Anthony Saldanha, who single handedly converted a once barren land into a flourishing plantation.
The region surrounding the estate is known as Masigadde, meaning ‘Coal Field’ as this place was used for producing charcoal used to run the steam locomotives of the British era. Entire forests would be burned down for this purpose.
It was the vision of Mr. Anthony Saldanha, a master planter with a lifelong passion for plantations, that saw a flourishing estate in this land. Even though he was warned that nothing could be made to grow here as the land was degraded from years of burning charcoal, he took this as a personal challenge. Seeing the Bhadra river as a lifeline, he embarked on setting up the estate and yielding began in 1983-84. Converting barren land into wealth, he brought back life to this dead place.
Presently this estate is managed by his son Neethan Saldanha. Neethan has an engineering background and has dedicated his life to continuing his father’s legacy. Bhadra Riverside Resort is presently classified under “resorts near Mangalore” and “resorts near Chikmagalur”.
The estate produces Coffee – Robusta, most of which is exported. Alongside Areca, Black pepper, Cardamom, Vanilla, Banana are also grown.
Things to Do:
Wild Life Watch
Muthodi Forest Reserve / Wild Life Sanctuary – 39 kms
Sharadamba Temple Sringeri – 48 kms
Hebbe Falls – 94 kms
Bababudangiri Caves – 80 kms
Kemmangundi – 92 kms
Amruteshvara Temple – 52 kms
Vidyasankara Temple – 51 kms
Kalahatti Falls – 67 kms
Mallikarjuna Temple – 57 kms
Ayyanakere Lake – 50 kms
Kudremukh National Park – 60 kms
Mullayanagiri – 57 kms
Hanumana Gundi – Central Coffee Research Institution – 83 kms
Mahatama Gandhi Park – 30 kms
Kodanda Ramaswamy Temple – 36 kms
Inam Dattatreya Peetha – 60 kms
Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary – 36 kms
Manikyadhara Falls – 69 kms
Bhagavathi Nature Camp – 72 kms
Log House / Mud House / Areca Cottage / Glass House / Tent House
5090 Rs Per Person Per Night (Full Meals, Inclusive of taxes)