Located within the UNESCO recognized Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, Bandipur Tiger Reserve is one of the most densely populated tiger and elephant habitats in India. Enjoy the cool breeze wafting down the hillsides and the vistas while on a visit to Gopalaswamybetta. Hear the birds, relax by the campfire and watch the night sky.
Highly recommended for those passionate about nature and wildlife.
Located on the banks of Tungabhadra River, Hampi houses the well-excavated remains of the glorious and wealthy Kingdom of Vijayanagara. A UNESCO Heritage site, it is a popular place for history buffs, architecture students and travelers alike, do not go back disappointed after seeing around 500 architectural structures with amazing craftsmanship.
The place is also an escape into the wild, as it is ideally located near the Daroji Sloth Bear Sanctuary as well.
Located in the middle of rugged wilderness within one of the most secluded hotspots in Southern Karnataka, with the river Cauvery meandering through a stunning landscape, this camp is every nature lover’s paradise. The ambience renders most visitors awestruck with its scenery and serenity. Trek to nearby hills and return to spend the day and unwind, sans the clutter and cacophony of modern life. Watch crocodiles basking in the sun on the river bank. Spot otters emerging out of the water with a catch of fish. Enjoy watching the grizzled giant squirrel gamboling from tree to tree. A perfect place for nature lovers.Read More »
Coorg is one of the most popular getaways in Karnataka. Dotted with coffee plantations, lush green forests, mountains and perennial rivers Coorg is indeed very beautiful. The Coorgi culture and tradition is as welcoming as ever and the famed cuisine is at its hottest best.
There are many things to do right from adventure to just relaxing at a resort. You could trek along the winding trails of the coffee & spice plantations, visit elephant camp, coracle rides in the river, wildlife sanctuaries, monasteries, and local Madikeri market – all in all a wonderful getaway for you.
Bheemeshwari is only a two hour drive from Bengaluru. Located on the banks of river Cauvery, lies the nature resort and camp. This quiet and serene retreat offers a welcome break from modern day stressful life. You could indulge yourself in many adventure activities or just sit by the riverside and chill trying to spot the crocodiles and otters, getting mesmerized by the breathtaking scenery.Read More »
On the outskirts of Bengaluru city is this beautiful forest reserve, not to far away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The national park is a breath of fresh air welcoming all travelers. One could come here and enjoy the beautiful environs of the forest and the resort in the company of the wildlife.Read More »
Located on the banks of eponymous river (Kabini), on the periphery of Bandipur, Nagarhole and Rajiv Gandhi National Park. Kabini is one of the most picturesque places in Karnataka. Proximity to the National Parks has given the place enough opportunity for wildlife experience. There is quite a chance to spot tiger, leopards, wild elephants, various species of deers, and plenty of residential and nomadic birds, while boating in the river or on a wildlife safari in the nearby jungles.Read More »
Daman and Diu were Portuguese colonies since 1500s and became independent and part of India in 1961. The Portuguese presence, proximity to Gujarat has developed a rich and unique culture here that a traveler might find very interesting along with the various sights to see and things to do.Read More »
With less than 500 sq km in area, Dadra and Nagar Haveli is the smallest Union Territory in India. Sandwiched between Maharashtra and Gujarat, the place is known for lush green forests, meandering rivers, beautiful waterfronts, cascading waterfalls, majestic hills and diverse flora and fauna. The nature at its best.Read More »