Kundapura is a coastal town located in the Indian state of Karnataka. This town derived its name from the erstwhile ruler Kundavarma. He was the first ruler of the region of Kundapura. This town has emerged as a frequented tourist site due to its eye-catching geography and landscapes. Countless holidaymakers flock to Kundapura for spending an unforgettable vacation.
Facing the enormous Arabian Sea on West, Kundapura is elevated at a height of 260 feet above the sea level. The flat and rugged terrains of this township cover a total area of 23 sq. km. The climate of the region of Kundapaura is humid in nature. It faces scorching summers with an average temperature of 40°C. The winters do not last long in Kundapura and the median mercury level touches 20°C. The monsoon season is accompanied by strong winds and heavy rains that reduce the temperature by few degrees.
One can visit the different beaches in the town. The beaches like Trasi and Kodi are crowded with people. Other notable attractions in Kundapura are Uppinakudru, Anegudde Vinayaka Temple, and the local markets.