Karnataka Tourist Places

Karnataka Tourist Places

Jun 25, 2021, 6:48:47 AM Religion

Karnataka is that it serves as an ideal destination for divers and enthralling tourist locations and landmarks. Located in the midst of Western Ghats, Deccan Plateau, and Kannad Coast, Karnataka is home to various forests, beaches, waterfalls, coffee plantations, lakes, and all the bounties of nature.

The state also boasts of historically significant monuments and structures that attract visitors from far and beyond.

In Harmony with Nature

Get as close as you can to natural wildlife in Bandipur National Park. The perfect haven for animal lovers who want to get engrossed in the sights and sounds of the forest.

Do not miss the Tiger Reserve and the Bird Sanctuary of the national park. The rich fauna and flora in the reserve will leave you asking for more. It is a perfect choice for a day picnic. Some of the wildlife you can spot here are elephants, spotted deer, antelopes.

This attraction is about 80 km from the Mysore railway station and about 220 km from the airport.

Mysore is one of the oldest cities and the second biggest in Karnataka. It was the erstwhile city of the Mysore kings who ruled the state for 100’s of years up until the 20th century.

Mysore is one of the very few cities that has managed to maintain its old-world charm. There are plenty of impressive palaces, museums, temples, and imposing heritage structures to marvel in Mysore. The alluring Brindavan Gardens are also one of the major attractions of Mysore. The Bangalore airport is about 184 km from Mysore.

Shivanasamudra waterfalls, located in the Mandya district of Karnataka are a splendid sight to see especially in the monsoon months. This is a segmented fall, with streams running parallel to each other called Gaganachukki and Bharachukki. The gorge is very deep and swimming is not permitted but tourists can enjoy bathing in the part where the force of water is lower.

Bangalore airport is about 175 km and Mysore station is about 80km from the Shivanasamudra falls

Coorg is one of the pristine, less crowded hill stations. Its natural and lush greenery contributes to its scenic beauty. It is an ideal summer getaway. Coorg is bestowed with aromatic coffee plantations, breathtaking waterfalls, green mountains, and stunning views. Another unique attraction of Coorg is the Tibetan Monastery.

Tourists have plenty of options for trekking along with coffee estates, along riverside and mountain scenic paths. There is a local market for any kind of shopping needs.

Coorg is about 106 km from Mangalore rail station and about 250 km from the airport.

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