Places to Explore with Karnataka Tour Packages

A great way to get the most out of a trip is to go for tour packages. These are designed in such a way that a traveller would not have to compromise at any point. Be it amenities, accommodation, transfers or sightseeing; tour packages are built to suit every budget and requirement. Sometimes, they are customisable as well, so as to keep the things more traveller oriented. Karnataka tour packages are one among these that offers a convenient yet pocket-friendly way to explore this enticing South Indian state.

There are a number of tourist places in Karnataka that witnesses travellers from within India and abroad throughout the year. Endowed with cascading waterfalls, amazing beaches and incredible flora and fauna, this state is a perfect destination to get an insight into the splendid past of India. Away from the city din, spectacular beaches of Gokarna, Marawanthe and Kaup are perfect relaxing spots. Moreover, Magod Falls, Lalguli Falls, Nandi Hills, Jog Falls, Shivanasamudra Falls and Kudremukh Range are a few of the natural marvels that the state is home to.

Tipu Fort, Bangalore Palace, Bellary Fort, Mysore Palace and Hampi are standing testaments of region’s majestic past. Karnataka also holds numerous national parks and wildlife sanctuaries that are a paradise for nature lovers. To name a few are Rajiv Gandhi National Park, Bannerghatta National Park, Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary, Cauvery Wildlife Sanctuary and Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary. By no means, this state disappoint adventure enthusiasts as activities like white water rafting, trekking, rock climbing and aero-sports are possible here.

Observing a huge number of pilgrims round the year; some of the most revered religious sites of the country, such as Gangadeshwara Temple, Polali Rajarajeshwari Temple, Kollur Mookambika Temple and Koti Lingeshwara Temple are located here. Festivals and fairs, held annually, further enliven the vibrant spirit of Karnataka. Bengaluru Habba, Banashankari Fair, Kadalekai Parishe Festival, Kambala (buffalo racing) and Hampi Festival are such events where one can easily catch a glimpse of local traditions and culture.

Typical of South India, Karnataka offers a multitude of cuisines that is specific to various regions. Udupi, Mangalorean, Kodava and Kannadiga specialities are worth trying and include seafood, meats, vegetables and aromatic spices.

So, while planning a trip to Karnataka, make sure to select the best-suited one from a variety of Karnataka tour packages available online.

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