Karnataka-“The Nature’s Kaleidoscope”

Tourist Place Name



South western Region Coast of India

Main Attraction

Lal Bagh, Vidhan Soudha, Cubbon Park, Banglore Palace and Tipu Sultan’s Palace

Best Time To Visit

Every year October to June


Winter Season Min 12 °C to Maxi 30 °C and Summer

About Karnataka


Karnataka is supposed to be the nature's kaleidoscope. It is a place of diverse natural beauties. Located in the southern part of the country, Karnataka is surrounded by Goa, States like Maharashtra, Kerala and Andhra Pradesh. This state has revolutionized the field of Information Technology in our country. Karnataka has also been home to some of the most powerful empires of ancient and medieval India. Karnataka is a very favorite tourist site and every year millions of travelers come down south to visit different tourist places in Karnataka.


Must visits include-

  1. Lal Bagh
  2. Vidhan Soudha
  3. Cubbon Park
  4. Tipu Sultan's Palace
  5. Bangalore Palace
Tourist Attractions

Famous Tourist attractions of Karnataka are as follows:

Bangalore - The City of Gardens

Bangalore (now called as Bangaluru), which is the capital of Karnataka, is the fifth biggest city in India. It is also known as “Silicon Valley of India” because of its advancement in the IT Industry. Bangalore is also famous for its yoga centers. Bangalore is famous hub of education centers and students from all over the World dream to acquire education from these. The Bangalore city is also very renowned for its happening nightlife.

Mysore - The Home of Chamundeshwari

Mysore city is also known as the City Of Palaces. There are also a large number of buildings built by the Royalty. There are many other tourist attractions that one should not miss in Mysore city. One of the famous spots is the Chamundeshwari Temple and Chamundi Hills. The Mysore Palace, is in saracenic style and  has a unique fusion of both Muslim as well as Hindu. The KRS dam and the Brindavan Gardens are worth a visit. Also, there are three lakes that have become a destination for migratory birds in lush green surroundings that are soothing and make a memorable visit. The Mysore Zoo is the oldest Zoo of the country and had been set up by a Maharaja Chamaraja Wodeyar in late nineteenth century. The Philomena Church is at a height of  175 ft is a remarkable structure.

Hampi - The World Heritage Site

Hampi is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located near Hospet. Hampi is charismatic even in its ruined state. It attracts thousands of tourists and pilgrims every year. Vast stretches of boulder-strewn hills make the backdrop of Hampi unique. Tourist spots include Virupaksha Temple, Hampi bazaar, Vittal temple, Archeological Museum at Kamalapuram and many more.


Being just thirteen kilometers away from the World Heritage Site Hampi, Hospet acts as a base for the tourists for the Vijayanagar’s ruins at Hampi. Here, one can opt for one of the day-long sight-seeing tours of the Tungabhadra dam and Hampi. Hospet is situated at a 325 kilometers from Bangalore. The town of Chitradurga is a must visit for all the tourists to Hospet.  Also, do not miss the Archaeological Museum, Jogimatti (it is one of the highest points in the area), Ankli Matha, Murugharajendra Matha and the Himavat Kedaya waterfall.

How to Reach

How to Reach Karnataka

  1. By Rail-Bangalore is very well connected with the various parts of India through regular trains.
  2. By Air- Bengaluru International Airport is very well connected with the rest of cities of Karnataka and other cities of the country.Also, direct international flights connect Bangalore with Dubai, Singapore, Oman, London and Saudi Arabia.
  3. By Road National highways like NH4, 7, 9,13, 17, 48, 63, 67, 206, 207, 212, 218 connect this state Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala and Tamil Nadu. Also, there are many no. of state highways connecting various parts of Karnataka.

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