Day-1 Arrive at Mangalore. Day visit to Dharmasthala and Subramanya temples. Arrive at Mangalore in the morning. Mangalore is a port city and access point for plantation highlands and Pilgrimages around the area. Proceed for Dharmasthala (62 kms - A renowned pilgrimage visited for Manjunatha Swamy Temple) and Subramanya (130 kms from Mangalore, ahead of Dharmasthala, renowned Pilgrimage of Lord Murugan / Subramanya). Return to Mangalore by evening.
Day-2 Sringeri Mutt Visit via Moodbidri, Karkala and Hosanadu. Visit Horanadu and return to Udupi Proceed to Sringeri Mutt (Sringeri Sharada Peetham renowned pilgrim centres built by Lord Shankaracharya). Enroute visit Jain Pilgrimage centres of Karkala and Moodbidri and Annapoorneshwari Temple at Hosanadu. After visiting Sringeri Mutt visit Annapoorneshwar Temple at Horanadu. Reach Udupi by late evening. Udupi is a renowned Pilgrimage in the area visited for Udupi Krishna Temple and many other temples around the area.
Day-3 Temple visits in Udupi and excusion to visit Kollur and Murudeshwar Visit Udupi Krishna Temple in the Udupi town and later do day excursion to Kollur (70 kms), Murdeshwar Shiva Temple (100 kms), and back to Udupi by evening.
Day-4 Departure Depart to Mangalore (60 kms). Enroute visit Shri Durga Parameshwari Temple, Bappanadu (30 kms). Depart for onward journey.
Mangalore - Mangalore is a port and the largest town on coastal Karnataka it is the 2nd largest town in Karnataka. Mangalore is access point for Coastal Karnataka, Coorg, Chikmagalur, Hindu / Jain Pilgrimage and North Kerala.
Udupi - Udupi is a pilgrimage destination and is visited mainly for temples around it and access point for Malpe Beach and Manipal,