Things to Visit in Karnataka
Karnataka hill stations are one of the main attractions of the state offering breathtaking
views to its visitors. Each hill station is different from the other and allows the visitors
sleeping in the serene lap of nature. Some popular hill stations of Karnataka are
Chikmagalur, Kundadri, Coorg, Madikeri, Nandi Hills and few others.
Karnataka has witnessed a rich history and it features a number of places that are
steeped into historical grandeur. Some popular historical places to be visited in
Karnataka are Badami, Mysore, Bidar, Belgaun and many others.
There are several places in this state where you can come across a number of
beaches. Some of the popular beach destinations in Karnataka are Udupi, Mangalore,
Gokarna, Murdeshawara, Karwar, Surathkal and few others.
Best Time to Visit Karnataka
The climate of Karnataka is not different from rest of Southern states and the average
temperature is warm. Yet the peak season for Karnataka tour is between months of
October and March. The climate in these months generally creates a pleasant aura
in the entire state. If you want to enjoy the amazing flora and fauna of Karnataka
wildlife sanctuaries, plan your journey during the monsoon season in months of May to
Things to Buy in Karnataka
Karnataka welcomes to people who enjoy shopping. The state is a paradise for
shopaholics offering wide possessions of indigenous artifacts. Some of the popular
things to buy from this state are Mysore silks, sandalwood items (statues of god &
goddesses, delicately shaped chariots and decorative items like paper cutters, boxes,
name plates, trays, photo frames, and etc), metalwork products, Bidriware from Bidar,
and lacquer ware of Chennapatna. There are several other things waiting for you to take
them home for your own uses or for gifting. Shopping in Karnataka would really bring a
great experience for you.
How to Reach Karnataka
If you have booked Karnataka holiday packages and worried about how to reach
Karnataka then don't worry. The state is well-connected to rest of the country and the
world through the extensive network of air, rail and road.
Karnataka has excellent connectivity through air as this state is having 6 airports
serving to the other parts of India and rest of the world by the air network. Bangalore is
the busiest airport connecting it to the world. Other airports are in Mangalore, Hampi,
Hubli, Belgaum, Bijapur and Mysore (not operational).
Karnataka is also well-connected with rest of India through rail network. If you are
travelling to Karnataka by train, you will have no difficulty in reaching to the small towns
and big cities of the state from any part of India.
Karnataka shares its border with different states, including Maharashtra, Goa, Andhra
Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Kerala. There are several entries from all of these states, and
interstate buses run by the government and privately operators. Car/cab on rent can be