Top most visited PLACES in karnataka

The historical palace and royal palace known as Mysore Palace is also called Amba Vilas Palace.

Mysore Palace

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.

Jog Falls

As in south Indian state of Karnataka, there is a hill fort called Nandi Hills, also known as Nandidurg.

Om Beach gets its name from the way it is shaped, which is like ’s semi joining together to make the shape of Om (a Hindu symbol).

OM Beach

One of the biggest Krishna-Hindu temples in the entire world is the Sri Radha Krishna-chandra Temple.


Coorg Western Ghats in Karnataka, world famous for coffee, cardamom and black pepper plantations.


In the South Indian state of Karnataka sits the historic village of Hampi. Numerous Vijayanagara Empire temple complexes in ruins can be seen all over the place.

In India's Karnataka state, Hebbe Falls is located at 13°32′29′′N 75°43′30′′E, around 10km from the popular hill resort Kemmangundi.

Hebbe Waterfall

Indian national park Bannerghatta National Park is close to Bangalore, Karnataka.

Murudeshwara is a temple town in Bhatkala Taluk, North Canara district in Coastal Karnataka