One of India's top historical destinations the laid back village of Hampi was once the last capital of Vijayanagar, one of the greatest Hindu empires in India’s history.
Rich in monuments, temples, and ruins from that era. The renowned Chalukya style of architecture originated in Aihole and the village is filled with around 125 stone temples.
Coorg, is an extremely picturesque and alluring mountainous area in southern Karnataka. The area is renowned for its plentiful coffee estates and stunning scenic beauty.
Feeling of floating on the cloud and seeing the bird's eye view of the Mysore city is ecstatic. Mysore is listed amongst the top to experience skydiving every year.
The well-maintained ruins of sprawling Chitradurga Fort are a hidden, lesser-known gem in the heart of the Deccan Plateau northwest of Bangalore, on the way to Hampi.
Gokarna is a small and remote holy town in northern Karnataka, with some of India's best beaches. Go there to get a feel for what Goa was like in its heyday.
Feeling of soaring from the top of crashing waterfalls, dreamy landscapes, and picturesque monuments are wondrous. The scenic flight above the beautiful scenes.
Mysore has an impressive royal heritage, with the city's main tourist attraction being the imposing Mysore Palace. There are many interesting palaces, and temples to see.
Chikmagalur is a part of the Western Ghat mountains in southwest Karnataka's coffee district. The region's diverse array of attractions of waterfalls, wildlife sanctuaries, temples.
The stretch of white water rafting is hard to navigate and provides spills and thrills to the adventure seekers. While rafting, witness tiny hamlets, wildlife sanctuaries.
Historic Belur has many glorious temples. These temples are the best examples of Hoysala architecture, with the highlight being their intricate carvings.
Bestowed with vivid marine life, pristine clean water and shallow deep water, Murdeshwar, is one of the best stunning sights to uncover the underwater world in India.
Karnataka is home to five towering statues of Bahubali. The tallest one is located at Shravanabelagola, in the Hassan district between Bangalore and Mangalore.
The second tallest statue of Lord Shiva in the world is located at Murudeshwar on the southern Karnataka coast. The complex also has a temple with an ornate 20 storied gopura.
Go with the waves flow on a jet ski in the coastal area of Karnataka. Jet skiing is tailor made for people who love speed, adventure and loads of water. The fun and frolic ride.