Wondering where to go in Karnataka this season? Karnataka has quite a few places one can go to in all seasons. One can go to the below mentioned tourist attractions in Karnataka throughout the year in all the seasons to enjoy the calmness and serenity they will be surrounded by. Here is a mixed bag of attractions in Karnataka for the travelers willing to go on an adventure So lets take a look at few of the places one can visit in Karnataka round the year.
Located on the banks of the Kabini River, the Bandipur forest area is home to many wild animals like the panther, bison, deer, wild elephants, wild boar, jackal and more. The Bandipur Forest Reserve is a famous tiger reserve in India. Sandalwood, rosewood, and teak trees provide a natural habitat for different wildlife and the vegetation provides natural cover for them.Do see how one can reach here.
The main attraction of Bannerghatta are its big cats. This is one of the few places in India where one can see lions in a natural reserve. The forest department organizes lion and tiger safaris or a Grand Safari that offers you glimpses of not just the big cats, but many other animals too. Check out the route to reach here.
Chikmagalur means 'The Land of the Younger Daughter'. The town of Chikmagalur is a very quaint one that can be described as an paradise for relaxation, the surrounding region has a varied landscape - from the low flat lands to the hilly regions of Malnad. The district has a huge number of coffee estates, and is rightly considered to be the coffee capital of Karnataka.Here are a few places of lodging and how one can reach Chikmagalur.
Dharmasthala is a temple village nestled in the midst of the Western Ghats on the banks of the Nethravathi River. It is a place having historical as well as religious significance. The village is home to the magnificent Manjunathaeshwara temple. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is famed for its gold lingam. Here is the route map for reaching Dharmasthala.
Galibore is a famous fishing and nature camp that lies on the bank of the River Cauvery and it is lined by lush trees. Surrounded by hill ranges, the Galibore Camp is densely covered by vegetation. It is a scenic holiday retreat frequented by nature enthusiasts and is also a popular angling spot that is often visited by professional anglers.
The Ghati Subramanya temple near Doddaballapur lies in the Bangalore rural district. The temple is of great significance for pilgrims and the popularity of the deities here has defied the passage of time. Even today, scores of the devout visit the temple daily. The main deities here are Subramanya and Laxmi Narayan. Both the deities are carved into the same idol, with Subramanya facing east and Laxmi Narayan facing west. The devotees can view Laxmi Narayan through a strategically placed mirror.