‘One State, Many Worlds’ – from scenic beaches and evergreen forests to ancient sculpted temples and cosmopolitan cities, Karnataka captures the essence of many worlds. The state is blessed with the lush green Western Ghats, mighty Jog waterfalls, and wildlife sanctuaries like Nagarhole and Bandipur. Karnataka is home to about 10 percent of India’s tiger population and boasts of diverse flora and fauna; including Indian giant squirrel, Malabar large spotted civet, Indian flying fox, Malabar parakeet and Malabar grey horn bills. Besides, several historical and religious hotspots like Hampi and Pattadakal, as well as the Gommatesvara statue at Shravanabelagola and Gol Gumbaz in Bijapur have drawn visitors to this celebrated state for ages.
Discover Parks & Sanctuaries In Karnataka
Bandipur Tiger Reserve
Famous for its significant tiger and elephant population and protected sandalwood...
Nagarhole Tiger Reserve
Nagarhole is a combination of two Kannada terms, 'Nagara' meaning 'Cobra' and...