In and around
Paradise Isle

 

For an enchanting glimpse of paradise, visit Malpe, a natural port and fishing harbour in coastal Udipi. The place offers a kaleidoscope of breath taking visuals of the local culture, interlaced with the beauty of nature.

To experience the complete package that is Malpe,

  • Take a boat ride to the famous St. Mary’s Island, with its untouched beaches and unique rock formations.

  • Being a waterfront resort, Paradise Isle and the beach are one and the same, and water sports are central to the itinerary of its occupants. Surf the seas or float across the skies to quench your craving for adventure, by creating experiences that last a lifetime.

  • Visit the Delta Beach to enjoy the pristine blue waters and a blazing sunset, in its isolated and serene setup.

  • The Kaup beach, situated 20 km from Malpe, is one of the least commercialized coastal areas, and boasts of serenity that is unparalleled. One of the main highlights of this beach is its beautiful lighthouse, the Kaup Lighthouse, which is also a famous tourist attraction. Post 4:30 pm it is open to visitors and tourists.

  • Visit the Sakrebailu Elephant Camp and the Tyavarekoppa Lion and Tiger Reserve to experience wildlife at its best, by catching glimpses of Elephants, Tigers, Lions and Deer at close quarters.

  • Visit the renowned Udupi Sri Krishna temple, the Kateel Durga Parameshwari temple, the Kukke Subramanya temple and the Murudeshwara temple to experience the heritage of Malpe from its roots.

  • Take a drive down to Pilikula Nisarga Dhama with its Botanical Gardens, Musical Fountains, Deer Park and Tiger Safari.

  • Head towards the Jog Falls with its magnificent 800 feet precipice, over which the Sharavathi River leaps into cascades of gushing water.

  • You can also, in addition to the above mentioned, take a short trip to a few important destinations close to the resort, such as Belur, Halebidu, Shravanabelagola, Mysore and Madikeri.

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Paradise Isle 

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Paradise Lagoon

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Malpe Sea Front Cottage