One State Many Worlds
The state of Karnataka is home to a wide variety of tourist destinations, from stunning natural scenery to historic landmarks to relaxing beaches and delicious cuisine. Stretching from the northern city of Belgaum to the southern city of Bangalore, it truly is a different world unto itself. Karnataka is home to people of many faiths and ethnicities, including Malayalis, Tamilians, Konkanis, Kannadigas, and even Muslims and Christians.
Lofty Land Of Striking Sights
The capital of the Vijayanagar Empire, Hampi, is home to the second-highest concentration of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India. Karnataka is not only steeped in history, but also in the bounties and wildlife of nature. It has 5 National Parks and over 25 wildlife sanctuaries of which Bandipur and Nagarhole national parks are most famous. The state capital, Bengaluru, is often called the “Silicon Valley of India” due to its abundance of technology startups and established IT companies. In Karnataka, the coffee plantations of Coorg are among the most popular tourist attractions. Mysore, famous for the Mysore Palace and Chikmagalur, a hill station in the Malnad region of Karnataka are a few other popular places among the tourists.