Making your way through the town, you will spot the cow breeds of Malnad Gidda and Khilari grazing on the sides, men and women engaged in the everyday chores; street corners occupied by female vendors selling fishes, crabs and watermelons and beaches playing peek-a-boo from between the huts. As your eyes traverse around to drench in every sight that comes across, it soon hits you, how close you are to life, yet so far.
Derived from a forest shrub grown on the coastal hillside, Ankola is fringed by natural beaches, temples, mango groves, and paddy fields. By the bay, is how Ankola literally is. Owing to its optimistic location and the lack of touristic commercialization yet, the town will spoil you for choices as you ogle at a solitude sunset on the beach.
Clean beaches that will shatter all your blues, mouth-watering seafood, peculiar cultural history, holy temple shrines, trekking terrains, and more beaches is what defines this clandestine. Ankola is well connected with buses and tuk-tuks that serve perfect gizmos for your expedition.
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