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Baindur

This beautiful coastal town in Udupi, Karnataka, Baindur (or Byndoor) is a well-known travel destination that attracts tourists from all over. This town is famed for its scenic beauty and is tucked away in nature. The nearest airport to reach Baindur is Mangalore International Airport and railway station is Byndoor. Being well connected by road, it can also be reached comfortably by bus. Due to the fact that it is a harbour town, Baindur holds certain historical significance as well. In early times, this town was ruled by the Jaina kings. Now, it has a mixed population of Hindus, Roman Catholics and Muslims, and most inhabitants are engaged in either farming or small time fishing to earn their bread. Coastal Karnataka is mainly known for its tranquil beaches. Naturally, the most prominent place of interest in Baindur too, is its beach that attracts tourists with its glorious sunset and quiet environment. Apart from this, the town plays host to a number of pilgrimage centres, the most frequented ones being Sri Seneshwara Temple, the Sri Mahakali Temple, Sri Sita Ramachandra Mandira and the Holy Cross Church. Kosalli Falls and Ottinene Sunset Point are the two most alluring places in Baindur and ought to be visited. From placid beaches to renowned pilgrimage centres and extremely picturesque viewpoints, Baindur has an ocean of interesting options for travellers to make it the perfect weekend getaway.
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Baindur If you plan to spend a couple of extra days in Murudeshwar, then you will get time to explore nearby places on day trips. Baindur is a historical town located at a distance of 30 km from here. The beautiful secluded beach of Baindur is perfect for those who want to experience the serenity of Coastal Karnataka. Baindur is famous for many temples. Sri Seneshwara Temple, Sri Mahakali Temple, Sri Sita Ramachandra Temple, and Sri Someshwara Temple are located right at the beach. Where to stay - There is a beach resort called Sai Vishram Beach Resort which offers a wide range of water sports.
Baindur to payyanur (231km):Our plan was to go all the way to thrissur, but it had to be altered as the traffic across this route hinders traveling fast. This route takes you through towns mainly. The national highway leading to mangalore is best for putting your bike to the test! Do treat your tastebuds at the cafes and restaurants in mangalore! After a bit of preparation and rest , we headed to bakel fort. Kasaragod, the Northern most district of Kerala is renowned as the land of gods, forts, rivers, hills and beautiful beaches. The imposing fort at Bekal is one of the largest and best-preserved forts in Kerala. Its easy to find the fort once you reach kasargod. We spent a pleasant evening there and Then halted at payyanur for the night. Lodges and homestays arent hard to find in this town.Tip: knowing malayalam helps you talk to locals and find cheap stays in and around payyanur