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Places to Visit in Udupi – Daria Bahadurgarh Fort

History of Daria Bahadurgarh Fort

One of the well-known islands in Malpe, which is located in the Udupi district and is renowned for its beaches and islands, is Daira Bahadurgarh Island. Thousands of people come to this island every year. This island is where the Daira Bahadurgarh fort is located. The island’s breadth is just approximately 1.6 square kilometres, and its area is estimated to be less than 250 yards.

Old tile factory and a few more well-known temples are what make Daria Bahadurgad fort noteworthy. This fort was erected many years ago by Basavappa Naik. Malpe Beach, located to the west, is only a few kilometres from Daria Bahadurgad Fort. As mentioned above, Daria Bahadurgad is one of four islands that are close to Malpe Beach Island. It has a total area of 1.6 square kilometres. It is well renowned for being a rocky island and esteemed for the elegance of its buildings. If you go, you can see the fort’s nearby temples and the historic Mangalore Tile buildings. Eight kilometres separate Udupi Railway Station from Daria Bahadurgad Fort. There are many boat services available between Malpe and Daria Bahadurgad. Boat fare is reasonable and the fort is also well connected by roads from Udupi.

How to Reach Daria Bahadurgarh Fort

By Air

  • Nearest Airport to Daria Bahadurgarh is Malpe
  • Mangalore Airport is nearby which is 47.7km away from Daria Bahadurgarh

By Train

  • Nearby Railway station to Daria Bahadurgarh is Malpe
  • Mulki Railway station is 33.2km away from Daria Bahadurgarh
  • Padubiri Railway station is 18.4km away from Daria Bahadurgarh
  • Surathkal Railway Station is 41.5km away from Daria Bahadurgarh

Attractions of Daria Bahadurgarh Fort

Daria Bahadurgarh Fort is known to be the best place to visit and one should visit each and every year for their vacations. Daria Bahadurgarh Fort is a popular sight-seeing destination and people visiting Udupi make it a point to see this fort. You should see it too. Oother places near the fort are the Malpe Beach, the Sri Krishna Matha Temple, the Sri Pajaka Kshetra, Karkala, Kateel and many more.

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