The state of Karnataka nestles along the coastline of the vast water body, the Arabian Sea. Karnataka is nourished by nature and rocks by its cradle. The striking beauty of the state allures visitors in quite a number, every day to pay off a visit.
Be it the state and IT capital Bangalore, the historic Mysore, forests along the Western Ghats or wonderful beaches along the sea, Karnataka has a lot to offer. So, here is the list of the five most beautiful, jaw-dropping places to stop by whilst in the state.
Ranked as the best amidst all the beaches in Karnataka, this beach is an ultimate tourists’ stoppage. The magnificent Gokarna beach is circumscribed by the verdure of the Western Ghats on a side and the sprawling ever-lasting beauty of Arabian Sea on another.
The seashore has a rare combination of white sand and rocks. Not only a natural profile, but the beach proffers exhilarating water sports options such as parasailing, motor boat, surfing, etc. This beach demands a definite visit while in Karnataka.
The royal residence of the Kings of Mysore, the Mysore palace is a splendid example of historical architecture. Built-in entirely by granite and pink marble, the palace has huge arches, domes, and pillars, with wall paintings and murals, painted and carved by famous artists at the royal court.
The unique rooms are where different activities were conducted. The palace sits in the mid of a stretch of green velvety garden. It is the most visited place in Karnataka.
The Jog Falls lie on the course of river Sharavati, which when falls down through the mountains, creates a sheer magic for the spectators. The falls nutrition the greenery nearby and is a home to gorgeous flora and fauna.
The entire beauty of the Jog Falls when come together makes a divine presence be felt. This place is a wonder of nature. The breathtaking view can only be felt; it is abstract and beyond description.
Also known as Kodagu, this place is a residence to innumerable plants and animals. The hill station in Karnataka is decorated with the exotic scenery.
When you take a ride beside the river Kabini, you will surely find herds of elephants walking or taking bath and enjoying their time being in the arms of nature, so will you find tigers.
The colorful birds and their melodious songs will make your trip unforgettable. You will also find some really rare trees, which you might have just heard of. The innocence of this place is bliss.
Declared as a UNESCO site, Hampi is a compound of astounding architectural edifices. Built-in 14th Century CE, Hampi was once a very well to do, the prosperous temple city of Vijayanagar Empire.
The art and intricate carvings of the Hindu Deities, a Queen’s bath, Elephant stables, buildings structured as chariots, temples dedicated to many Gods and much more, Hampi has a lot to be checked out for.
The historical site leaves an everlasting unforgettable impression for a lifetime.
Karnataka is a very heartwarming state. It is a one-stop destination that satisfies all the demands of holidaymakers.