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Jog Falls is a waterfall on the Sharavati river located in the Western Ghats in Shimoga district of Karnataka, India. It is the third highest plunge waterfall in India. It is a segmented waterfall which depends on rain and season to become a plunge waterfall.
Hampi, also known as Hampe, is an awe-inspiring UNESCO World Heritage Site located in Hampi (City), Vijayanagara district, east-central Karnataka, India. It is famously known as the Group of Monuments at Hampi and has been immortalized in the Ramayana and the Puranas of Hinduism as Pampa Devi Tirtha Kshetra. It is worth noting that this site predates the Vijayanagara Empire, adding to its historical significance.
The park receives an impressive annual rainfall of 1,440 millimetres (57 in) and boasts multiple water sources. These water sources include the Lakshmmantirtha river, Sarati Hole, Nagar Hole, Balle Halla, Kabini River, four perennial streams, 47 seasonal streams, four small perennial lakes, 41 artificial tanks, several swamps, Taraka Dam, and the Kabini reservoir.
Chikmagalur in Karnataka, India is an enchanting hill station that boasts a breathtaking landscape highlighted by the Baba Budangiri mountain range in the north. Its three revered holy caves are a must-visit for tourists. The Mullayanagiri Peak is a trekker’s paradise, with its verdant forests and grasslands.
Mysuru, formerly known as Mysore, proudly holds the title of The City of Palaces, reflecting its prominent position in India’s history as a center of ancient reigns. Its opulent royal legacy and intricate architecture offer a captivating glimpse into its intriguing past.
Gokarna, situated in Karnataka, is renowned for its stunning beaches and picturesque scenery. It is a highly sought-after destination for Hindu pilgrims seeking sanctity as well as beach lovers and hippies looking to relax and have fun. The town, located on the coast of Karwar, attracts visitors from all over the world every year.
It’s worth noting that Murudeshwar proudly houses the second tallest statue of Lord Shiva in the world, towering at a remarkable 123 feet. The town’s breathtaking location is enveloped by the Arabian Sea on three sides and the magnificent Western Ghats, which is why it’s a highly sought-after destination for picnicking among residents from Kerala and Karnataka.
Bangalore, India’s third-largest city, has transformed from a Garden city to the Silicon Valley of India over time. It is popular for its pleasant climate, picturesque parks, and numerous lakes. Additionally, Bangalore is famous for its diverse range of eateries, street food vendors, unique cafes, and coffee roasters.
Dandeli is situated on the Western Ghats of Uttara Karnataka and is surrounded by beautiful lush green forests. It is situated on the banks of the Kali river which is popular for river rafting. Dandeli is well-known for its numerous adventurous activities, which provides several options for adventure seekers.