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Entertainments

Karnataka, the south Indian state is a perfect blend of modern technological advancement and traditional natural beauty. You will never find a minute of boredom when you come here because there are many interesting places in and around the state, which you can visit with your friends and family. There is something in the state for people of all age groups - shopping malls, temples, forts, museums, wildlife sanctuaries, gardens, hill stations and many more. 

If you are visiting with your friends, you can visit lots of places like waterfalls, picnic spots and other adventure destinations. If you are visiting with your family, you can go around visiting forts, museums, palaces and the like. If you are visiting with your loved ones, you will find romantic hill stations and nature parks. If you visit with your kids, you can visit wildlife sanctuaries, shopping malls, play zones and other related areas. In a nutshell, it can be summarised that irrespective of the fact that you are a wildlife lover, nature lover, adventure sports lover, pilgrimage lover, architecture lover or you just wish to stroll around in a scenic place, Karnataka will never cease to disappoint you. Some of the famous holiday destinations in Karnataka are Hampi, Coorg, Bandipur, Nagarhole, Chikmagalur, Mangalore, Bangalore, Belgaum etc.

Some of the Famous Entertainment Sources in Karnataka

Jog Falls, Shimoga

This famous waterfall is one of the landmark destinations of Karnataka. It is located at about 100km from Karnataka and among all the waterfalls that don’t have layers in the country, Jog Falls is the tallest. The major highlight of this falls is that you can walk down the entire length of this falls which takes around 30 minutes. Easily accessible by public transport, Jog Falls is best visited just after the monsoon season, because this is when the water is in full flow.

Udipi Shri Krishna Temple

Sri Krishna temple is located at Udipi and it dates back to over 1500years. The entire temple is made from wood and is one of the main places to engage your day in the state when you come here with an idea of pilgrimage. When you come here, do not miss to take a darshan of the Lord through the nine-holed window known as Navagraha Kitiki.  It is on top of the must-see list of temples of Krishna devotees all over the country and abroad.

Murudeshwara

If you are a beach lover, you must visit the Murudeshwara beach temple located in Uttara Kannada district. The major highlight of this temple is the huge statue of Lord Shiva which stands tall at a massive 123feet. This beautiful temple gives you a sense of tranquillity that cannot be described in words.

Other than these, there are lots of other entertainment places in Karnataka like beaches (Karwar, Malpe, Kundarpur and Maravanthe), heritage locations (Mysore Palace, Hampi and Shimoga), Hill stations (Coorg, Chikmagalur, Madikeri, Nandi Hills and Kudremukh), Jungles (Dandeli, Bandipur National Park, Kabini, Nagarhole and BR Hills), adventure destinations, and waterfalls (Bheemeswari, Davangere, Hesaraghatta and Mekedattu). Therefore, you can be assured that your trip to Karnataka will be one of the best experiences in your lifetime. You will take back lovely memories from here and you will always want to come back here for your vacation mainly because of the pleasant climate and great hospitality of the people here.

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