Anegudde Vinayaka Temple
Anegudde Vinayaka Temple is one of the most important temples in Kollur. It is one of the famous temples of Udupi District. Anegudde Vinayaka Temple is located in the southern side of Kundapur on National Highway No. 66. Here the God Siddhi Vinayaka or Sarva Siddhi Pradaayaka is installed. People believe that the God Siddhi Vinayaka will grant and fulfil his devotees wishes. People believe in Him that He will solve their problems. The garba griha or the main sanctum has the Lord Vinayaka in Chaturbuja (with 4 arms) in huge rock like structure covered in silver armour. The two arms of the God Siddhi Vinayaka are posing as "Varada Hasta" granting boons, and two hands indicate to attain salvation. There are many sculptures related to Bhargava Purana that are inscribed here.
Arishna Gundi Waterfall
Arishna Gundi Waterfall is the scenic waterfall inside the deep jungle only approachable by trekking. Due to the special effect of the sun's rays falling on the water droplets around the waterfall, it looks orange-yellow in colour and so the name is "Arishna" (Turmeric/Yellow).
Kodachadri Mountain in the Western Ghats
Adi Sri Shakthi Mookambika Temple is located on the top of the mountain of Kollur believed to be the genuine domicile of Mookambika Devi from where Adi Shankara re-established it at the foothills at Kollur.
Mookambika Wildlife Sanctuary
Mookambika Wildlife Sanctuary is aided by the World Wildlife Fund. Mookambika Wildlife Sanctuary is the abode to endangered species called the Lion tailed monkey. Mookambika Wildlife Sanctuary is spread along the Kundapur-Kollur-Shimoga road, and is generally off the tourist map.
Maravanthe beach is one of the most important sea beaches in the Western Ghats region of South India. It is the sea beach where one can find the sea and river come very close, but to leave a National Highway (17) in between is a rare sight. This sea beach is situated in between Kundapur and Kollur, on the way to Kollur Sigandur.
Sigandur is a forest village known for the temple of Goddess Chaudeshwari. Sigandur Forest is situated at a distance of 45 km from Kollur, on the way to Shimoga District, a diversion from Kollur-Shimoga Road at Nagodi. It is in Sagara Taluk of Kollur region.
Jog Falls is the second-highest plunge waterfall in India. It is about two hours drive from Kollur. It is located in Sagara Taluk.