Karnataka Sadashivgad Fort, and seafood cuisine.
Karnataka is well-known for its seaside resorts, scenic beauty, and national parks
Karnataka is well-known for its seaside resorts, scenic beauty, and national parks. Karnataka tourism and tourist locations are Hill Stations, Temple Tours, Coastal Karnataka, and World Heritage Sites.
- Coorg – Coorg is a famous summer resort in Karnataka, noted for its coffee plantations on hillsides and ranked as one of India’s top hill station attractions.
- Dandeli – Dandeli is Karnataka’s second-biggest wildlife sanctuary and a natural habitat for various reptiles and fauna. It is the most incredible white water rafting destination in South India due to its biodiversity, natural beauty, and the Kali River.
- Gokarna – Gokarna is a tiny coastal town known for its beaches and Lord Shiva’s Mahabaleshwar Temple. With its rocky mountains of the Western Ghats and lengthy shoreline of the Arabian Sea, Gokarna is a great tourist destination. Karwar and Sadashivgad are two ecotourism destinations in Karnataka known for tiny mangrove-covered islands, Rabindranath Tagore beach, Sadashivgad Fort, and seafood cuisine.
- Kemmangundi – Kemmangundi hill station is a popular summer getaway from Bangalore and is known for its stunning mountain peaks. Mullayanagiri and Baba Budangiri are the two tallest peaks in Karnataka and the most incredible hiking destinations in South India.
- Bheemeshwari – Bheemeshwari is one of the most renowned tourist destinations, located around 100 kilometers from Bangalore. Bheemeshwari, a fishing village, is also a tourist destination in the summer for leisure activities such as fishing, coracle rides, and day trips.
- Kabini Backwaters – The Kabini River Backwaters attract many Indian visitors who come to observe animals and the environment. The Kabini River is a significant tributary of the Cauvery River, and the sanctuary is part of the Nagarahole National Park, which is famed in India for its Black Panthers.