Holiday Rentals in Belgaum

Accommodation for your holiday home rental in Belgaum, Karnataka, India

India       Karnataka       Belgaum
Map Map Map Map

    Property Types

    Bedrooms

    Belgaum

    Belgaum is a city of Karnataka, officially known as Belagavi. The place is surrounded by natural beauty in the form of rivers, hills and dense evergreen forests. There are many historical sites, temples and churches in and around Belgaum.

    The main places to visit in Belgaum include:

    Belgaum Fort: This huge fort was built by Jaya Raya in 1204 A.D. The fort had large defensive walls designed to resist the attacks of invading armies. There is a Jain temple also located inside the walls of Belgaum fort known as Kamal Basati.

    Hunshevari: The place is located about 7 kms from Belgaum. It is here the sacred shrine "Shree Revan Siddeshwar Temple", located.

    Siddeshwar Temple: This is a famous hill cave temple located in Kanabargi village.

    Yellur Gad: This is a small hillock offering travelers amazing eye-catching views of the city.

    The handloom cottage industries and silk weavers located in Vadgaon and Angol are known for exquisitely designed saris.

    The Belgaum Cantonment Area with its lush cover of greenery. The MLIRC (Maratha Light Infantry Regimental Centre) is also based here.

    Jamboti: This is a known picnic spot in Belgaum located about 25 kms from the city.  The place is rich with its evergreen hilltop forests.

    Vajrapoha Falls on the Mandovi river are 26 km from Belagavi.

    Godchinamalaki Falls: The waterfall is located about 60 kms from Belagavi.

    Gokak Falls is yet another resplendent waterfall 62 km from Belagavi and 6 km from Gokak town.

    Amboli hill station: is a little known coastal highland area, around 70 km from Belagavi, popular during the monsoon season with its thick forests, curving misty ghats and shades of vibrant green.

    Dudhsagar Water Falls: The waterfall is located around 105 km from Belagavi. This is a popular picnic spot and a trekker’s paradise. The best time to visit here is during or soon after the Monsoon.

    The other main tourist attractions here include Kapileshwar temple (South Kashi), the hills of Vaijyanath, Ramtirth waterfalls, Revan Siddeshwr Temple at Hunshevari in the valleys of Kakati, Siddeshwar Temple in Kanbargi, the aerodrome at Sambra,kittur fort, Suvarna soudha, Bhimgad Wildlife Sanctuary (Khanapur), Anshi National Park (Karwar, Khanapur), Kalavati Aai temple, Siddeshwar Temple from Nagaramunnoli, Sulebhavi Mahalakshmi Temple, etc.

    The best time to visit Belgaum is between the months of September and May. Belgaum is well connected with rail, road and air transport.

    There are many holiday rental accommodations available in Belgaum such as resorts, homestays and guest houses offering comfortable stay for its visitors. We have listed some of the best budget holiday homes in Belgaum in our website. Our advanced search option helps you easily find the right holiday accommodations that fit your budget and convenience; travelers can always make direct contact with the property owner from our website before finalizing their reservations. We have also introduced friendly dormitories for Group, budget & cheap holiday stays.

     

    Twitter Facebook G+ Pinterest