Posadigumpe Kasaragod is located in Dakshina Kannada border and a tourist resort located on a hillock 487.68 metres above sea level in Dharmathadka. It is 30 km north-east of Kasargod and 15 kilometres south of Bekal.
Posadigumpe Kasaragod is a picnic spot that provides the travellers with majestic views of the hilly terrain of these districts.Hill top also gives a magnificent view of Arabian Sea, Mangalore, Kudremukh etc.
Locals can be the best guide to the hill top, which owes you the serenity and tranquillity spread all along the way blend with the beauty of nature.Ambiguity and discovery defines a trip to Posadigumpe hills, a low hill off National Highway 66 close to the Kasargod-Dakshina Kannada border that reveals majestic views of the hilly terrain in these districts.
Though Posadigumpe is ideal as a quick drop-by after a visit to Bekal, it stands well on its own as the sole destination. The advantage is that while Bekal Fort will be crowded with tourists, Posadigumpe can afford silence, peace and privacy along with gorgeous views of rolling hills against the backdrop of the Western Ghats.
Carrying food will be helpful as the top is not a well-inhabited and facilities are minimal. From the hilltop, one can see the Arabian Sea, Mangalore, Kudremukh, etc. Dharmatadka is on the base of hill. Rusty directions point generally to a series of hills, but local people will help find the non-descript village of Posadigumpe.