Home Stay - Eagle Eye Holidays


Eagle Eye Holiday Home is situated at 2100 feet above sea level & is spread over 130 acres of lush greenery amidst plantations of coffee, spices, medicinal plants & orchids overlooking the scenic misty valley of the Western Ghats. One can have an Eagle’s Eye view of the fabulous Kuduremukh peak right front the inn.

Eagle Eye is the ideal place for one to enjoy a complete Holiday Getaway. One can choose to be on the adventurous side and enjoy activities like Fishing, Boating, Trekking, Rock Climbing, Target Shooting, Bird Watching and Outdoor Sports or indulge in luxurious, pampering Ayurvedic Treatments that are sure to relax… Revive… & rejuvenate oneself from head to heels

Eagle Eye Holiday Home is exactly 48 Kms. from Chikmaglur and approximately 300 Kms. from Bangalore. The location of Eagle Eye Holiday Home is like a base camp for any cultural, spiritual, wildlife, adventure or just a casual holiday, as all the main temples historical monuments, all camping, trekking and rock climbing destinations, wildlife sanctuaries, major waterfalls and rivers and other tourist destinations and hill stations of South Western India are easily accessible from here.

Kandya Temple and Abbi falls – Temple of Markandeshwara as a history of its own, situated 10 Kms. from Bhadra.

Muthodi – 21 Kms.

Sringeri & Hornadu – 53 Kms.

Dharmasthala – 95 Kms.

Udupi – 160 Kms.

Belur & Halebidu - 83 Kms.

Kallatti falls & Elephant training centre– Tanigebail – 100 Kms.

Kemmangundi - 90 Kms

Lion Sanctuary of Shimoga – 109 Kms.




Bird watching -more than 100 species

Game round in Bhadra


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In & Around Homestay

Chikmagalur is situated in south western part of Karnataka. Carved against a mountainous canvas this beautiful malnad district is full of surprises... lofty peaks... delightful dales... racing rivers... sparkling streams... captivating cascades... and the bracing mountain air - a balm to the work-weary. Climb high above the world where the mountains seem to touch the sky. Marvel at the unspoilt beauty of the snow-white coffee blossoms.

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