Like the many tourist destination in India, Karnataka is one state with
many wonders. The splendid monuments, golden sand beaches, wild dens and
adventure sports are the sheer wealth of the state.
Karnataka holds the mystique mix of serene beaches, divine pilgrimages and
acres of wild havens, which ensures to present some unforgettable days to
the holidaymakers, visiting here.
With holding about 320 km stretch, Karnakata boast of the
longest coastline of all the Indian states. The Bhaktal, Karwar,
Murudeshwar, Maple and Maravanthe beaches allures visitors from all across
the world and offers them the majestic combination of sand, surf and sea.
A number of religious centers are dotted in the
land of Karnataka. Sravanbelagola, popular world-wide for its Gomatheshwar
monolith, is one of the sacred Jain Pilgrimage Center. Other must-visit
shrines are the churches of Sirsi, Mookambila temple and Harihareshwar
National Wild life Parks:
Apart from attracting the pilgrims and
beach lovers, Karnataka invites tourist who linger in search of wild parks.
The state's forest area covers about 38, 720 sq km and enlist a number of
national parks and wildlife sanctuaries. Of all the wild jungles, the
Bandipur National Park and Nagarhole National Park are greatly visited by
For those who are looking for adventure spot, Karnataka is the best bet.
It is the most popular outdoor activity in Karnataka.
The excitement of being airborne in Hoskote, which is 26 km from Bangalore
is simply speechless. Enthusiasts can also try out the adventure of
Apart from boat rides on the Arabian sea, adventure
seekers for look for water-sports facilities provided by the the Turtle Bay
Resort in Maravanthe. They organizes snorkeling and scuba diving trip around
This adventure is best experienced on the wild havens in
Karnataka. Besides, the state offers the exciting moonlight beach trekking
from Gokarna beach to Paradise Beach. Enroute trekkers can enjoy the scenic
view of the Gangavali River, River Angashini annd can also spend hours of
refreshment in the port villages.