Being regarded as “One State, Many Worlds”, the Karnataka State Tourism is characterized by monuments, heritage, nature, wildlife, adventure, and sacred tourist places.
Karnataka is home to some of the natural and breath taking tourist places like the world-famous Jog Falls, Gokak Falls, Kodachadri, Abbey, Chikli Waterfalls, Kodachadri Hills, Agumbe, Nandi Hills, Kudurmukha, Mulliyanagiri, Dattapithi (Baba Budanagiri), Kemmanagudivarivaru, Kemmanagudivarivu, Kemmanagurvidyaru, Kemmanagudruvaru, Kemmanagudruvaru, Kemmanagruvandi, Pandavasavaru which attract nature lovers and trekkers from all over the World.
There are 25 bird sanctuaries and 5 national parks that include Dandeli, Bandipur, Bannerghatta, Dubare Reserve, Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary, Adichunchanagiri Bird Sanctuary, Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary and Nagarahole National Park for wildlife explorers.
For Adventure lovers jet set to Dandeli, Nandi Hill, Kumara Parvat, Mullalayanagiri, Skandagiri, Shivaganga Hill, Devarayanadurga, Kemmanagundi, Yana, Kabini, Sharavathi Bhimeshwari. Gokarna, Murudeshwara, Udupi, Dharmasthala, Sringeri, Kollur, Kukke Subramanya, Melukote, Horanadu, Ghati Subramanya, Kotilingeswara, Sravanabelagola, Karkala, Venur, Gomtagiri, Bande Nawaz Dargah are the most visited places of pilgrimage.
There are 319 major tourist destinations in the state of Karnataka, the highest in India. Karnataka is the fourth most visited tourist destination in India.
Karnataka Tourism Development Corporation has been set up by the Government of Karnataka for the benefit of tourists. Under this, Mayura Hotels offer accommodation and dining facilities to tourists in the state and outside of Karnataka. We also offer Package tours and customized packages to suit every need of the tourist. Jungle Lodges operated by the government are a tourist attraction and hotels accredited by the Department of Tourism and Hotels are available at every tourist destination across to offer World-class services.\
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