1. Bengaluru Palace

Bangalore Palace is an official palace that is found in Bangalore, Karnataka, India. It was built on land that belonged to Rev. J. Garrett.

2. Nagarahole Tiger Reserve

South Indian wildlife reserve with the Kabini River, elephants, and tigers, as well as the neighbouring Irupu Falls.

3. Chikkamagaluru

The capital of the Chikmagalur district and the city of Chikmagalur are both located in the Indian state of Karnataka. Its official name is Chikkamagaluru.

4. Dandeli River

Dandeli is a city in the Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka state, India. It is situated on the banks of the Kali River and is the headquarters of the taluka of the same name.

5. Belur

In the Indian state of Karnataka, the town and taluk of Belur are located in the Hassan district. 14th-century Karnata-Dravida tradition is the town's Chennakeshava Temple

6. Virupaksha Temple

India's Karnataka state's Vijayanagara district, in Hampi, is where you can find the Virupaksha Temple. UNESCO World Heritage Site.

7. Jog Falls

In the Western Ghats of Karnataka, India, between the districts of Uttara Kannada and Shimoga, there is a waterfall called Jog Falls on the Sharavati River.

8. Biological Zoo Park

Indian national park Bannerghatta National Park is close to Bangalore, Karnataka. It was established in 1970, and in 1974 it was designated as a national park.

9. Kudremukh Trek

In the Indian state of Karnataka's Chikkamagaluru district sits the mountain range and peak known as Kudremukha. Approximately 20 kilometres from Kalasa

10. Lalbagh Botanical Garden

Bangalore, India's Lalbagh Botanical Park, also known simply as Lalbagh, has been home to this botanical garden for more than 200 years.