It is famous for its magnificent sunsets, green forests, steep ghats with hairpin curves and its amazing wildlife. Watch the sun as it dips into the Arabian Sea many miles away
Is a mythical place where there is the confluence of the Tunga and Malathi rivers. One can have a boat ride, watch birds and enjoy a walk on the hanging bridge or simply relax on the sandbanks.
Unique in Asia, it is situated at Sakrebyle nearTunga Dam at Gajanur. Bird Sanctuary
Here is a Jain temple and a statue of Bahubali on a hillock.
The River Sharavathi cascades down more than 900 feet into a deep valley to create the world-famous waterfalls
An ancient fort perched on a hill from which you get a panoramic view of the Western Ghats and the numerous islets formed by the Varahi backwaters.
An enchanting hill station overlooking Kollur. The sunrise and the sunset are a ravishing sight from here.
A pilgrimage center famous for its Mookambika Temple.
A Jain temple atop a hill - a sacred space of cosmic grandeur.
It is famous for being the birthplace and childhood home of the renowned Kannada playwright and poet Kuvempu.
It is located near Shivamoga at Tyavarekoppa a home for leopards, tigers and other wildlife.
From June to September, a variety of birds come to breed on this pretty island formed by the Tunga River.
Famous temple of Sri Siddhi Vinayaka and fish sanctuary - a delightful place to visit.
One of the five mutts established by Sri Adi Shankara, the exponent of Advaita philosophy, right on the banks of the Tunga.
An underground hydroelectric power house and a place of great scenic beauty.