Blessed with immense natural attractions, Karnataka is a landscape of colours, cultures, flavours, timelessness, and beauty. Ranked as the third most popular state for tourism in India, Karnataka is a place where vibrant worlds seamlessly melt into one another every few hundred kilometers. Karnataka is a gem for those seeking the best facades of India. The best escape to revive you and release you from the hectic chaos of city life, Karnataka houses some jaw dropping palaces, pristine beaches, far stretched tiger reserves and ruins of bygone era.

People & Culture in Karnataka   
Karnataka is a beautiful amalgamation of various cultures and traditions. It acts as home to number of natives including Kannadigas, Kodavas, Tuluvas, Konkanis and some tribes adding to the diversity of the state. The locals mostly speak Kannada other than Tulu, Hindi, English, Telugu and Tamil. Jainism, Hinduism, and Islam are the major religions followed in Karnataka. Therefore, one can see a series of festivals being celebrated all year long in the state. Jwelled with varied forms of dance, drama, theatre, crafts, art and architecture, Karnataka is bestowed with a rich cultural heritage.

Heritage of Karnataka   
Hampi village of Karnataka is the most visited heritage destination in Karnataka. Famed with various attractions such as Bukka’s Aqueduct, Elephant Stable, Talarigatta Gate and Hampi, travelers enjoy the rooted culture of the place. Tourists also love to explore the Pattadakal Group of monuments at Pattadakal known as a famous World Heritage site in India. The Bidar Fort City in Bidar also embraces many destinations of architectural, historical and religious importance, and remains popular among those planning holidays to Karnataka.

Beaches in Karnataka
Karnataka features 320 km long coastline which makes it a perfect destination for the lovers of sun, sea and sand. Among the most visited beaches of Karnataka are Gokarna Beach, Kaup Beach, Karwar Beach, Kudle Beach, Malpe Beach and Maravanthe Beach. A beautiful landscape, pristine water and swinging palm trees is a dream come true for those seeking haven. Murudeshwar Beach is another delight for pilgrims visiting Karnataka as it houses the second largest Shiva statue in the world.

Natural Wonders in Karnataka
Karnataka has been favourably blessed with Mother Nature. Experience the sound of gushing water at the Magod Falls, and enjoy the blissful ambience of Gokak Falls. Perched at a height of 1455m above sea level, the beautiful Nandi Hills will leave you in awe. The striking hill station of Kemmanagundi will make you forget all your worries.

Wildlife in Karnataka
Housing some of the most vivid wildlife sights, Karnataka makes everyone wonder and ponder in disbelief. Travellers enjoy visiting the Anshi National Park, Biligiri Rangaswamy Temple Wildlife Sanctuary to enjoy the varied wildlife including elephants, tigers, leopards, wild dogs, four horned antelopes, black bucks and giant flying squirrels. Those who wish to spot tigers can visit the Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary, for sighting Mysore Dasara elephants one can opt for Dubare Reserve Forest.

Spirituality in Karnataka
If meditation is your thing, Karnataka should be your choice. Yellamma Temple, located atop a hill near Soundatti, is a known temple famous for organising the Yellamma Jatra. Jumma Masjid is another famous spiritual destination known for its beautiful architecture boasting Persian style. Apart from these, temples like Kirti Narayana Temple, Kukke Subrahmanya Temple, Veeranarayana Temple, ISKCON Temple and Gangadeshwara Temple are some must visit spiritual destinations that make Karnataka a charmer.

Shopping in Karnataka 
Bag some common yet famous local items such as Silk Sarees, Sandalwood Artifacts, Rosewood Articles, Stone and Metal Crafts, Mysore paintings etc.

Fairs & Festivals in Karnataka 
The festivals celebrated in Karnataka usually offer a mix of dance, music and great food. Mysore Dasara (September / October) is a popular festival that celebrates victory of truth over evil. This 10-day long festival offers a series of events for people to enjoy, including, Food Festival, Film Festival, Poet's meet, etc.
Hampi Festival (January / February) is another famous festival celebrated at Hampi. Kannadigas dance, drama, fireworks, puppet shows, stunning parades and musical presentation, are all part of the festival.
The traditional buffalo racing festival, Kambala (November - March) is another highly popular event where over 150 pairs of buffaloes from different categories and their owners partake.

Best time to visit Karnataka 
The best time to visit Karnataka is between November and April when the weather remains cool with little showers. Also, between June and October Karnataka stays drenched in heavy rains. The city of Bangalore can be visited throughout the year thanks to the cool climatic conditions here. 

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