Mangalore to Bekal Taxi

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Mangalore – Karnataka’s Port City
Mangalore – Karnataka’s Port City
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Bekal Fort – History On Rewind
Bekal Fort – History On Rewind
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Mangalore – Karnataka’s Port City

Known for its virgin beaches and stunning temples, Mangalore is a significant commercial and industrial center of Karnataka. Book a Mangalore to Bekal cab to traverse through the stretch of Southern India. Mangalore’s scenic beach life with a glint of urban splash appeals to travelers. There are many places to visit in Mangalore. The beaches of Mangalore attract crowds of tourists from across the country. If history entices you, cabs in Mangalore lets you visit several museums that will make you relive the tales of the past. Extravagant shopping complexes of Mangalore feature Silk sarees, jewellery as well as sandalwood and ivory artefacts. Beautiful temples, churches, and areas of historical significance add to the charm of the city. Popular Mangalore places to visit are Mangaldevi temple, St. Aloysius Chapel, and Kadri Hill Park. You can take a road trip from Mangalore to Bekal by car.

Bekal Fort – History On Rewind

Bekal Fort, one of the largest forts in Kerala, is located on the shores of the Arabian sea. It features an elegant architectural style. The fort takes a polygonal shape, and it is made of laterite slabs. The Fort also has a beautiful observation tower and the Anjaneya Temple at the foot. Two Theyyam sculptures add to the beauty of the place. Visit the site when you travel Mangalore to Bekal by car.

Places to see in Bekal Fort – History On Rewind

Bekal Fort – History On Rewind

Bekal Fort, one of the largest forts in Kerala, is located on the shores of the Arabian sea. It features an elegant architectural style. The fort takes a polygonal shape, and it is made of laterite slabs. The Fort also has a beautiful observation tower and the Anjaneya Temple at the foot. Two Theyyam sculptures add to the beauty of the place. Visit the site when you travel Mangalore to Bekal by car.

Bekal Beach – Shimmering Waters

The beach sprawls along the west of Malabar coastline on the shores of the Arabian. It is famous for its backwaters, picturesque landscapes and the majestic Bekal Fort. It offers respite from a busy life with its soothing beach air and sunset views. There are luxurious stay options nearby like the Taj Bekal. Visit the Bekal beach en route from Mangalore airport to Taj Bekal. Meru offers affordable Mangalore airport to Taj Bekal taxi fare.

How the roadmap by cab would look like between Mangalore to Bekal?

For outstation cabs, the journey between Mangalore to Bekal is very short. You will reach your destination in a little over an hour and half via the National Highway 66. To follow this route, you first need to take the Bejai Kavoor road till you reach National Highway 66. Once on the National Highway 66, you need to continue following it till you reach the Panvel Kochi Kanyakumari Highway. You need to continue on this road till you reach your destination.

What is the best time to visit?

Kerala is one of the hottest states in India which is why it is best to avoid a trip to Bekal during the summer. In Summers the temperature in Bekal can go as high as 33 degrees. Winters bring out the best in Bekal and you will manage to make the most of your trip here during the months of November to February where the temperatures can drop as low as 22 degrees C. No matter what time of the year you come to Bekal, make sure you rent a cab to make your trip easy and comfortable.

Alternate routes to Bekal from Mangalore

There is only one major route from Mangalore to Bekal. This is the prettiest and the fastest route to take. If you want to have fun and reach Bekal in peace, then the route via National Highway 66 is the only route you should pick.

What is the road condition like between Mangalore to Bekal?

The road conditions are pretty decent with a few bumps every now and then. However this is no reason to avoid this road. You can travel in peace on these roads.

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