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Unexplored Nature Trails
Scenic Karnataka
Gateway to Hampi
Serene Coorg and Kabini




Karnataka is a state in southwest India with Arabian Sea coastlines. The capital, Bengaluru (formerly Bangalore), is a high-tech hub known for its shopping and nightlife. To the southwest, Mysore is home to lavish temples including Mysore Palace, former seat of the region’s maharajas. Hampi, once the medieval Vijayanagara empire’s capital, contains ruins of Hindu temples, elephant stables and a stone chariot.
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The state of Karnataka in South India has a rich diversity of flora and fauna. It has a recorded forest area of 38720 km2 which constitutes 20.19% of the total geographical area of the state. These forests support 25% of the elephant population and 20% of the tiger population of India. Many regions of Karnataka are still unexplored and new species of flora and fauna are still found. The Western Ghats mountains in the western region of Karnataka are a biodiversity hotspot. Two sub-clusters of the Western Ghats, Talacauvery and Kudremukh in Karnataka, are in a tentative list of sites that could be designated as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.

Adventures Waiting For You In Karnataka

Karnataka is a tapestry of colours, cultures, flavours, landscapes, timelessness and spectacular beauty.

Art Form

The southern state of Karnataka, in India, has a distinct art and culture. The diverse linguistic and religious ethnicity that are native to state of Karnataka combined with their long histories cultural heritage of the state

Art Form

Heritage

Did you know that two famous heritage sites in Karnataka are considered part of the Seven Wonders of India? The relics of Karnataka are considered to be so prestigious and renowned with Hampi being known as UNESCO’s world heritage site. Shravanabelagola on the other hand which is about 160kms from Bangalore and is the other heritage site.

Heritage

Wild life

Karnataka is widely known mainly for the famous Bandipur National Park but did you know there are totally 27 various Wildlife Sanctuaries and National Parks spread across the state? Karnataka gives huge importance to preserving the wild and wildlife and these sanctuaries are proof of the same.

Wild life

Food

The food from Karnataka includes a wide range of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes and comprises of various cuisines that include Udupi, Malnadu and Mangalorean cuisines.Ragi and rice are the staple food items for Karnataka especially in the south region of the state whereas folks from coastal regions mainly consume fish curries.

Food



Spirituality

Karnataka consists of a population of diverse culture and religion. The state is spread over with some of the most beautiful churches, temples, and masjids. Each architecture has beautiful engravings and significant history worth the knowledge. Karnataka is popularly known for its strong Hindu culture mainly because of the history of rulers. Places like Srirangapatna, Murdeshwar and Hampi are the ultimate destinations for a religious pilgrimage.

Spirituality

Falls

Fall in love with some of the most breath taking and transcendent locations of nature and experience true tranquility that you have most longed for. Be it the Jog Falls or the coffee plantations in the Scotland of India (Coorg) or the spectacular view of the Sunrise at Nandi Hills, Karnataka is where your bucket list is set to begin.

Falls

Festivals

11 colorful, vibrant and prestigious festivals are celebrated all over Karnataka and the most famous one is Dasara (Dussehra), on which day the Mysore Palace is decorated and the entire city of Mysore comes together to pay homage to the guardian goddess. The Hampi Festival celebrated in the month of November remembering the Vijaygarha Kings.

Festivals

Beaches

Most tourists are well aware of Mangalore for it’s serene beaches namely, Malpe and Panambur beach of the others, but now, here is another place not many know about but has become one of the ultimate beach retreat places. Call it our little Goa or the replica of Goa, about 5 hours away from Mangalore is Gokarna.

Beaches



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