The list of seven wonders of Karnataka is officially unveiled. An initiative by the media giant Asianet Suvarna News, Kannada Prabha and Karnataka Tourism is supported by the Government of Karnataka, Karnataka State Transport Development Corporation and Jungle Lodges and
A laid-back, quaint, and serene town in the Uttar Kannada district of Karnataka, Gokarna used to be a backpacker’s paradise. But no longer now. This happening town with an array of activities from beach surfing to visiting an ancient temple,
Better known for Virupaksha Temple, the iconic Chariot, and the ruins of the Vijayanagara Empire, the historical city Hampi has a lot more to offer to travellers. In the era of experiential and slow travel, Hampi is a place to
International Yoga Day is celebrated every year on 21 June. 21st June was proposed by Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi on September 27, 2014, on World Tourism Day during his speech at the UN General Assembly. The date
‘One State Many Worlds’, the tag line of Karnataka Tourism says it all. Like many other tourist attractions in Karnataka, water sports and adventure is the most sought activity by all age groups. With 300 km of coastline, rivers and
The moment one thinks of the South India Tour, it’s the heritage and ancient temples that come to mind, which is true to some extent. However, Karnataka has much more to offer when it comes to visiting the state for
Karnataka is blessed with one of the finest landscapes and shores which inspires not only the mainstream tourists but also the active travellers. Cycle Tours in Karnataka are becoming insanely popular with the increasing millennial population in the state.