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Green View Clarks Inn

Shimoga officially renamed as Shivamogga, located at the central part of the State Karnataka, India about 275 km of the state capital Bangalore. The city lies on the banks of the Tunga River being the gateway for the hilly region of the Western Ghats; the city is popularly nicknamed as “Gateway of Malnad.

The name of the city is derived from the term “shivmoga”, “History behind the city name due to story that the Lord Shiva drunk Tunga river water using Mogge at the city, hence the city name Shiva-mogga”. An alternative etymology is that the name is derived from the term “Sihi-Mogge”, meaning “sweet pot”. The district formed the southern tip of Emperor Ashoka’s Mauryan Empire in the third century BC. It was ruled during later centuries by the Kadambas (4th century), Chalukyas (6th century), Gangas, Rashtrakutas (8th century), Hoysalas (11th century), and the Vijayanagara rulers (15th century). The city got an independent identity under the Keladi Nayaka rule during the 16th century, reaching its pinnacle under the rule of Shivappa Nayaka. From the late 17th century onwards, the city was a part of the Kingdom of Mysore until the independence of India in 1947, when Mysore merged into the Republic of India.

“Kuvempu Rangamandira” and “Karnataka Sangha” and the newly built “Suvarna Samskruthi Bhavana” are the major venues of the city for cultural activities. Yakshagana, a dance drama, is popular in Thirthahalli, Hosanagara, Sagar, and Sorab Taluks of the district and this art is also performed in Shivamogga. There are some professional and amateur troupes from Malnad region, performing this dance drama across Karnataka.

TRANSPOTATION

Distance from Mangalore airport 238 Km

Distance from railway Station 0.1 km

Distance from Bus stand 2 Km

Distance from Bangalore Airport 296 Km

Rooms

Rooms

Each of the 30 features an array of modern conveniences, such as a flat-screen colour TV with multi-channel cable, tea and coffee maker, blackout curtains, high-speed Wi-Fi net access and well-appointed bathrooms with a complete range of toiletries.

Guest Rooms

→ Superior Room=17 Rooms
→ Executive Room=3 Rooms
→ Suite=10 Room

Services & Facilities (in each room)

→ Tea-coffee maker
→ Welcome drinks on Arrival.
→ Complimentary Mineral Water.
→ Daily newspaper.
→ Air-Conditioning
→ Complimentary high speed WiFi.
→ 24 hrs Room Service.
→ 24 hrs Hot & Cold Water.
→ HD DTH Cable Television.
→ Direct Dialling Facility (Conference)
→ All major credit card are accepted
→ Travel desk and secretarial services
→ Laundry and dry cleaning services
→ Car parking, car rental, currency exchange
→ Doctor on call.
→ Mini bar (Charge able basis).

Food & Beverage

Dining Facilities

From casual, all-day eateries to formal, fine dining, guests can look forward to a wide selection of delectable dishes and refreshing mock tails & coolers. At Green View Clarks Inn Shimoga, we offer a distinctive dining experience, one that explores the nuances of the finest Indian and international cuisines, serving traditional and contemporary favorites.

Rice Bowl

Multi Cuisine AC Restaurant with Spacious Buffet Selection at Lobby. The all day dining restaurant serves Indian, Chinese, Continental and international delicacies. This restaurant is capable of accommodating 92 guests and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.The restaurant is open from 07.00 hrs to 22.30 hrs

Cafe Clarks

The all day coffee shop serves Pizzas, Pastas, Sandwiches, Burgers and mock tails, tea, coffees this lounge coffee shop is capable of accommodating 20 guests and is open for all day.

Events Space

Conference & Banquet Facilities

Conference facilities at Green View Clarks Inn Shimoga. Offer a perfect combination of efficiency & convenience. Meeting and conference rooms with WIFI and outstanding services create an inspiring setting for grand conferences, as well as corporate and social events tastefully designed Meeting Room with a seating up to 80 guests.

→ Emerald-U-shaped-20
→ Theater-70 cluster 35 Casual 80
→ Sapphire - U -shaped -40
→ Theater- 140
→ Cluster- 60 Casual - 170
→ Canvas (Board Room)12

City Info

Tunga Dam (12km)

The dam creates the biggest reservoir on the Tungabhadra River with 101 tmcft of gross storage capacity at full reservoir level (FRL) 498 m MSL, and water spread area of 378 square kilometres. The dam is 49.39 meters high above its deepest foundation. The left canals emanating from the reservoir supplies water for irrigation entirely in Karnataka state. Two right bank canals are constructed — one at low level and the other at high level serving irrigation in Karnataka and Rayalaseema region of Andhra Pradesh. Hydropower units are installed on canal drops. The reservoir water is used to supply water to downstream barrages Rajolibanda and Sunkesula located on the Tungabhadra River. The identified water use from the project is 220 tmcft by the Krishna Water Disputes Tribunal. Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh got 151 tmcft and 79 tmcft water use entitlement respectively.

Elephant Camp (15km)

Sakrebailu Elephant Camp is located at a distance of 14 Km from Shimoga city on Shimoga-Thirthahalli road. Sakrebailu Elephant Camp houses a number of elephants and these elephants will be trained by experienced Mahouts. Elephants from the nearby forests arrives this place to take bath, have snacks and play in the Backwaters of River Tunga before they go back to the forest.

It is an amazing experience to see the elephants playing in water especially for kids. Sakrebailu Elephant Camp is a must visit travel destination.

Tiger & Lion Safari (12 km)

Tyavarekoppa Lion and Tiger Safari is located at a distance of 10 km from Shimoga in the state of Karnataka, India. The safari has an area of 250 hectares and was started in 1988.While mainly depending on entry fees for its financing, an adoption scheme introduced in the early 2000s has been a success. Celebrities, institutions, and animal lovers have contributed directly to the welfare of the zoo inmates. Lions, Tigers and leopards are kept in separate enclosures and they are viewed by a guided "safari" vehicle. The Tigers when stray in to nearby villages are captured and kept in this safari. Tigress kept in this safari has given birth to cubs during 2005. More than 11 different species birds were kept in cages for display, which include the white pheasant, silver pheasant, red jungle fowl, love birds etc. Relatively rare Black Panther is born in Tyavarekoppa during 2012 and is available for public view as a caged animal

Jog Falls (110 km)

Jog Falls is created by the Sharavati River dropping 253 m (830 ft), making it the second-highest plunge waterfall in India after the Nohkalikai Falls with a drop of 335 m (1100 ft) in Meghalaya. The Sharavati, flowing over a very rocky bed about 250 yards (230 m) wide, here reaches a tremendous chasm, 290 m (960 ft) deep, and the water comes down in four distinct falls. The Raja Fall pours in one unbroken column sheer to the depth of 830 ft (250 m). Halfway down it is encountered by the Roarer, another fall, which precipitates itself into a vast cup and then rushes violently downwards at an angle of forty-five degrees to meet the Raja. A third fall, the Rocket, shoots downwards in a series of jets; while the fourth, the Rani, moves quietly over the mountain side in a sheet of foam. The Tourism Department has built steps from the viewpoint to the bottom of the hill where the waterfall can be seen at the opposite side. There are approximately 1400 steps built to reach the bottom of the hill.

Shivappa Nayaka Palace (3 km)

The Government Museum (Shivappa Nayaka Palace) named after the popular 17th century king Shivappa Nayaka of the Keladi Nayaka dynasty is located in Shivamogga city (formerly known as Shimoga), the district headquarters of the Shivamogga district in the Karnataka state, India. Though named after the Nayaka king, according to art historian George Mitchell, the palatial bungalow was actually built by the 18th century Mysore ruler Hyder Ali. The two storied building comprises a Durbar hall ("Nobel court") with massive wooden pillars and lobed arched panels. The living chambers on the sides are at the upper level and have balconies and look down into the hall. Numerous antiquities collected from nearby temples and archeological sites, such as sculptures, inscriptions and hero stones from the Hoysala era and later periods are on display at the palace grounds. The building is a protected monument under the Karnataka state division of the Archaeological Survey of India

Bhadra River Project (28 km) is located on the Bhadra River a tributary of Tungabhadra River in the western part of Karnataka in India. The benefits derived from the reservoir storage are irrigation with gross irrigation potential of 162,818 hectares (402,330 acres), hydro power generation of 39.2 MW (three powerhouses, located on the right and left bank main canals), drinking water supply and industrial use. The dam commissioned in 1965 is a composite earth cum masonry structure of 59.13 metres (194.0 ft) height with length of 1,708 metres (5,604 ft) at the crest level, which submerges a land area of 11,250.88 hectares (27,801.5 acres) The Bhadra Dam project was the irrigation scheme to be undertaken by the National Water Management Project (NWMP), with the aim of increasing agricultural prosperity, particularly for rice production. The dam was built to a height of 59.13 metres (194.0 ft) (above the river bed level) between 1947 (start of construction) and 1965 (year of commissioning). It has a gross storage capacity of 2.025 km3, live storage of 63.00 BCF at full reservoir level and a dead storage of 8.50 BCF at RL (reservoir level) of 631.54 metres (2,072.0 ft). The storage created by the reservoir is according to the allocation of 61.70 BCF (1.747 km3 including direct evaporation of 0.14 km3) of water made under the Krishna Water Disputes Tribunal Award. The dam is built on a shattered rock based with a central masonry spillway. It has an earthen embankment on the left side and a rock hillock on the opposite side.

Kollur Temple (26 Km)

Mythology holds that at the Kollur Mookambika Temple lived a demon named Kaumasura, who unleashed terror upon the gods by the special powers he obtained from Lord Shiva. While the gods were trying their best to stay away from him, good news came that the demon would face death. Learning of his impending doom, Kaumasura undertook severe penance. Lord Shiva appeared, asking the demon what boon he would like to be granted. Sensing that grave danger would come of the demon if his boon was granted, Saraswati, the goddess of speech took away his ability to speak. Kaumasura came to be known as Mookasura or the mute demon. Thereafter, the goddess mobilized all the powers of the gods and killed the demon, and hence she came to be known as Mookambika. The place where Mookabika killed the demon came to be known as Marana Katte.

Sigandur Temple (105Km)

Sigandur or Sigandooru is a small village located in Sagara Taluk, Karnataka, India. The village is surrounded on three sides by backwaters of Linganamakki dam formed by Sharavathi River. The place is known for Sigandur Chowdeshwari Temple, which attracts hundreds of people every day. The temple is managed by temple committee and Holekoppa Ramappa is the secretary of the temple committee as of 2013.During Ashada month (June - July) every year, special pooja and worship are held in Sigandur. Thousands of devotees travel to this place during this poojas.

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Contact Us

Address:
Balraj Urs Road, Near City Railway Station, Shimoga, Karnataka, India
Email:
centralreservations@clarksinn.in
Phone:
08182 - 273999/274999, +91 9717170572, +91 9599083781
Hotel Address
Clarks Inn, Badami , #1755, Veerpulakeshi Circle, Badami Main Road, Badami – 587201(India)
Call: +91 - 8357220150, +91 9958865841, +91 9599083781

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