Introduction to Alnavar
Big cities like metros always make headlines and front pages of newspapers and in electronic media; whereas rarely small towns or administrative sub divisions rattle the minds of individuals unless a breaking news is reported from that place. Karnataka is a big state in South India and yet only a few metro cities like Bengaluru, the capital of Karnataka, Mangalore, Mysore and a handful make the most impact on minds of tourists. The smaller ones like Alnavar never make it to the front page despite the fact that Alnavar’s raw mangoes are famous for the delicious pickles manufactured in the area. The town is located 33 kilometers away from its administrative base.
A miniature Panchayat town in Dharwad district of Karnataka, Alnavar is located at an altitude of 1847 feet above sea level; positioned at 74.73 degrees east and 15.43 degrees north. Established in 1973, the Alnavar Town Panchayat comprises of 15 wards, spread across an area of 10.59 square kilometers approximately. Alnavar’s population is 17,228 and the local dialect is Kannada. The summer temperature hovers around 36 degrees Celsius and the winter temperature hovers around 18 degrees Celsius.
SightseeingAlnavar is famous for tourist places like Dandeli, famous for wildlife sanctuary, Dharwad for its rivers and backwaters, Nersa for its wildlife reserve and Castle Rock for its sanctuaries. Tourism activities and adventure sports like kayaking, river rafting, river crossing, boat rides (Coracle) natural Jacuzzi or jet stream with private resorts and nature camps for accommodation are famous in and around Alnavar.
How to ReachAlnavar Railway Junction in South Western Railway in India is located in Uttar Kannad, Haliyal with 16 express trains stopping by at the junction. Nearest railway stations to Alnavar junction are Hubli Junction and Belgaum and trains to Bengaluru and Goa can be availed from this place. Alnavar can be reached via stations Tavargatti and Nagargali in Karnataka.
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