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Karnataka
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Destination: Bangalore (1) -Mysore(1) - Ooty (2) - Kodaikanal(3) -Coimbatore/Bangalore

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Destination: Banglaore - Mysore (1) - Coorg (2) - Bangalore (1)

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Destination: Bangalore - Hassan (2)- Mysore(1) - Bangalore (1)

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Destination: Bangalore (1) - Sravanabelagola - Belure - Halabid -Hassan(1) - Coorg(3) -Mysore (1) - Bangalore

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Destination: Bangalore - Nagarhole (2) - Bheemeswari (1) - Bangalore

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Destination: Bangalore (1) - Mysore (1) - Sravanabelagola - Belure -Halabid -Hassan(1)- Hospet(2) - Hampi - Bijapura(1) - Aihole - Badami (2)- Goa(3)
Situated on the western peripheral of the Deccan plateau, Karnataka is the 8th largest state of India both in terms of area and population. Flanked by soaring Western Ghats in the east and the cool blue waters of the Arabian Sea in the west, this state has a 320 km long coastline with unspoilt beaches, magnificent temples, lush green gardens, exquisite palaces, sparkling waterfalls.

Karnataka is a perfect place for adventure loving people as it provides tremendous opportunities of river rafting, rock climbing, trekking, and paragliding. Karnataka displays a remarkable contrast with rapid growth of IT industry at one end and vast expanses of rural farming at the other. Apart from being a major producer of coffee, sandalwood, spices and betelnut, Karnataka accounts for 60% of country's silk.

There are a anumber of interesting tours in Karnataka. Karnataka has rightly been named as 'Cradle of stone architecture' - it has profusion of monuments, including, the cave temples of Badami and Aihole, domes and minarets of Bijapur, the World Heritage Center at Pattadakal.

Places to visit

Bangalore, Karnataka
The capital of Karnataka, Bangalore is also known as 'City of Gardens'. 'Lal Bagh' with its beautiful fountains, lotus pools, array of old trees is beauty in itself. Also can be seen are the Karnataka state Government Buildings and the Maharaja's Palace. Also known as the 'Silicon Valley of India', Bangalore is home for some of the most prestigious educational and multinational companies. 'Nehru Planetarium' gives lectures and shows on a regular basis.

India's Great Divide is the Vindhya Mountains. They run from east to west, separating the fertile river valley of the Ganges called the Ganga, from the Deccan Plateau which occupies much of the peninsula of India. It also separates the north, where the predominant languages are Sanskrit - based (brought in by the Indo Iranian herds people about 3,500 years ago), from the Dravidian tongues brought in by a long headed race from the Mediterranean about a thousand years earlier. The South India's coastal plains are backed by the mountains rimming the wedge of the Deccan plateau. On these plains lie the best beaches in South India. On the rimming mountains, the western and eastern ghats are the tea, coffee and spice lands. Beyond these mountains, in the wedge shaped plateau, are great old cities supported by rich farm lands and a culture that has its roots in the almost historical Kumari Continent from where, they claim, civilization spread across the world. The south is gracious, graceful, Old India.

The delightful south; almost untouched by invasions throughout its history, the Indian heritage is more intact here than in other regions of the country.

Nestled in the Western Ghats, perched at 800 meters above sea level and set amidst 300 acres of coffee and spice plantations, is the Orange County Resort - one of India's finest holiday resorts. Come and experience the amazing hospitality of Coorg.

Mysore, Karnataka
139 km away from Bangalore in Karnataka is home of richly carved temples, palaces. The 'Palace of the Maharaja' with its magnificent architecture is worth a visit. Tours to Bijapur's Gol Gumbaj, Karnataka This tomb of Mohammad Adil Shah, built in 1659, has the second largest dome in the world.

Nagarhole National Park, Karnataka
Nagarhole or the 'Snake River' derives its name for the winding course the river takes through its forests. This national part is abundant in Asiatic Elephants. Other animals that can be seen are gaur, barking deer, wild dogs, common langur etc.

Bandipur Wildlife Sanctuary, Karnataka
About 80kms south of Mysore in Karnataka on the Mysore-Ooty highway, this Tiger reserve has open forests and facilities for viewing wildlife from elephant back.

Brindaban Gardens, Karnataka
19 km from Mysore, these exquisite ornamental gardens at Krishnarajasagar Dam in Karnataka are a must see for the visitors with the main attraction as the 'dancing musical fountains'.

Mangalore, Karnataka
Deriving its name from Goddess 'MangalDevi', Mangalore is a city famous for Jain Temples, Music Gallery, Saib Mosque and various other tourist spots. It is the port city of Karnataka.

Golden Palms Spa
Is a perfect recreational paradise offering aqua therapy, ayurvedic, cosmetic surgery, fitness programs, and other kinds of treatments. Jog Falls, Karnataka Formed by river Sharavati in Karnataka, the grandeur of the 253m high falls is best appreciated during and after monsoon.

Udupi, Karnataka
Located at 381km from Bangalore, the center of attraction of this town is an open Square surrounded by temples and matts. It is also famous for its delicious cuisine and Udupi restaurants all over the world.

Hubli, Karnataka
Situated 420 kms from Bangalore, it is a center of textile industry in Karnataka. It is also a major junction for Mumbai, Bangalore and Goa.

Avail our Karnataka Tours and experience this unique and beautiful land.