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The coastal town of Udupi experiences typical sub tropical climate peculiar to the Indian sub continent. The summer season from March to June is hot and sundry with temperatures rising as high as 40 degrees Celsius. The summer heat can be sapping for the tourists and tourists usually wait for the monsoon or pre monsoon season to begin before embarking on their trip to Udupi. The rainy monsoon season from June to September attracts moderate rainfall bringing relief from the harsh summers and is an ideal time for travelers. The winter season in Udupi runs from October to January and the climate remains largely pleasant with minimum temperatures dipping to 10 degrees Celsius. 

How To Reach

By Road:

Reaching Udupi by road is by far the most convenient option for tourists. Located at a distance of 60 Kms from Mangalore and 406 Kms from Bangalore on the main National Highway 4, Udupi is well connected with good roads and regular bus services from all major cities and towns. There are state buses from Mysore (265 km), Bangalore via Hassan (365 km), Kollur (120 km) connecting Udupi with other major tourist hubs of Karnataka.

By Air:

Udupi does not have an airport facility and the nearest airport is the one located at Bajpe in Mangalore around 60 Kms from Udupi city. The Mangalore airport is well connected with national and international flights on a regular basis. Regular cab and bus services are freely available at the Mangalore airport to drive down to Udupi.

By Rail:

Reach Udupi by train has been made simple with the opening up of the Konkan railway line. Udupi is connected to all major cities and towns in the Konkan Belt including Mangalore, Bangalore, Mumbai and Mysore with regular and frequent train services ferrying across the city. Bus and taxi services are available outside the Udupi railway station for tourists.


The coastal town of Udupi located at a distance of 60 Kms from Mangalore is one of the most popular religious towns of Karnataka. Known as the temple town, Udupi is famous for its ancient temples; lovely isolated beaches as well as eponymous eateries and restaurants serving delicious authentic Udupi vegetarian food. Udupi is a silent town and does not boast of heavy city life hustle bustle. The princely beaches of Udupi along with ancient temples, beautiful landscapes and hills bring a perfect blend of adventure and travel making it one of the most beautiful places to visit in Karnataka.


With panoramic beaches, spiritual temples and community hubs inviting oneness with God to lovely food and natural delights of a typical coastal town, Udupi has something in it for everyone. Blessed with a moderate and pleasant climate, Udupi can be visited virtually all through the year reliving ancient Indian spiritual charm with modern day gourmet delights.


People of Udupi are warm and friendly. Most of the economy of Udupi town revolves around agro based foods including dairy products and cashew production. Apart from its cultural heritage, Udupi is synonymous to good food with typical Udupi cuisine spreading its wings to all over India and the world. Some of the best Udupi delicacies to try in Udupi town are the dosas, idlis and other spicy snacks called wadas.