Karnataka, Choosen for Travel

Karnataka is one of the well known state in South India, Bangalore is the Capital City, has 29 district (Some of the district newly joined), Official Language is Kannada and other major languages are Konkani, Kodava, Tulu. This is the eighth largest states in India covers area about 191,990 sq km, is home to around 60,000,000 peoples, most of them are Hindus, other major religions including Muslims, Christians, Jains and Tibetan Buddhists. Information Technology which is changed the economy of the state just before 10 years ago and became No.1 in India.

The History starts from Kadambas of Banavasi to Adilshahis of Bijapur, the architecture are awesome that still stands today in some part of the State. There are many Temples which built by the Kings and dynasties in their own architecture style which holds title of World Heritage Site from UNESCO.

Trekking in South part of Karnataka including Coorg, Kemmanagundi, Agumbe, and Western Ghats ranges are the best places for perfect trekking. There are many famous trekking routes that within lush forest, deep valleys, waterfalls and awesome landscapes.

The state has long seashore of beautiful beaches and ports. Coastline of Karnataka usually called in local language as ‘Karavali region’ covers 300 Km between Dakshina Kannada District to Uttar Kannada District, has one major and ten minor ports in Mangalroe, Karwar, Old Mangalore, Belekeri, Tadri, Honnavar, Bhatkal, Kundapur, Hangarakatta, Malpe and Mudubidri.

This state covers Five National Parks they are Nagarahole National Park, Bandipur National Park and Bannerghatta National Park, and has 25 wildlife sanctuaries, Western Ghats region is home to many rare Animals, fauna and flora with great natural diversity. The National Parks home for various animal such as Deer’s, Bison, Tigers, loins, Elephants, Black bucks, Bear, Wild Dogs, Leopards, Water Buffaloes, and well known for sandalwood’s, and for many kinds of Medicine trees. The Natural diversity hubs in south part of the state with Waterfalls, River, Thick forest, Wildlife.


Mysore Palace is the major attraction in Mysore district. Mysore odeyars ruled mysore, Chamundeshwari Temple and Hill, Nandi Statue, St. Philomena’s Church, Railway Musuem, Brindavan Garden, KRS Dam are the local sight to visit. Read more…

Coorg or Kodagu

Coorg (Kodagu) is the Hill station, many local sights attracting tourists in Coorg. Madikeri, Talakaveri, Irupu Falls, Tibetan Golden Temples, Thadiandamol, Nagarahole National Park are the major places to Visit. Major Festival in Coorg is Puttari, Kailpoldu, Kaveri Sankramana, and Madikeri Dasara. Read more…


Hampi is famous for Rocky Hills, once capital of Vijayanagara Dynasty, it is located near hospet in Bellary Districts. Hampi has hundreds of Temples and Monuments some of them are loceted in the bank of Tungabhadra Riveri. UNESCO lists Hampi as World Heritage Sites. Read more…


Mangalore is one of the largest cities after Bangalore and Mysore in Karnataka, and coastal line of Arabian Sea. Many prominent goods are exporting and importing from Mangalore Port. Churches, Temples and Beaches, Ports are the major attraction in this city, and famous for its Sea Food and jasmine known for its unique aroma. Read more…