Devigiri Homestay specialize in Homestay Accommodation. We pride ourselves on our host families being caring, friendly, trustworthy and very welcoming. We also offer visiting places around us, and have a wide range of coffee estates . If you would like to stay in Homestay Accommodation with one of our exceptional families whilst in Chikmagalur, please continue to the Contact Us page and speak to Devigiri Homestay. "Devigiri" nestles in the Baba Budangiri range north of chikmagalur in Karnataka at around 4500 feet above sea level. A Home Stay retreat where one can discover the true untouched beauty & splendor of the enchanting Western Ghats.
Tariff starts at 1200 Rupees/Day/Person ( Only accomodation in week days 1000 )
Installable tents: 1300Rs/Person includes Breakfast only.
Note: Children below 4 years is complimentary, children aged 5 -10 years will be charged 50% of adult tariff
Tree houses (with attached bathrooms): 2400 Rs/Person, includes Breakfast and Dinner.
Wooden cottages (with attached bathrooms): 2500 Rs/Person, includes Breakfast and Dinner.
Only accomodation : 1200 Rs/Person/Day.
Terms and Conditions
- Confirmation of booking will be done only upon receipt of funds.
- Cancellation done 10 days in advance will entitle a maximum refund of 50%.
- There will be no refund under any conditions if booking is cancelled without 10 days’ notice prior to check-in date.
55 kms north of Chikmagalur, this is a scenic hill station, situated on the Baba Budan range at a height of 1,434 m. 8 kms from Kemmanagundi are the Hebbe Falls where the water gushes down from a height of 168 m in two stages. The Kalhatti Falls are 10 kms from Kemmanagundi. The water here cascades down a height of 122 m. There is also a local temple here, constructed in a gap between rocks.
Trekking Point, Hill View from Devigiri Homestay Resort, Chikmagalur. Devigiri, Bababudangiri/Duttapeeta, Kemmanagundi, Mullayanagiri view from Devigiri Resort
38 kms northwest, this sanctuary is a must-see for wildlife enthusiasts. Gaur, Chital, Sambar, Elephants and Tigers are some of the wildlife found here. The sanctuary takes its name from the river Bhadra, its lifeline