The Savehaklu reservoir may not be one of the most well-known water reservoirs in Karnataka but it is a beautiful spot. Built on the Chakra River in the Shivamogga district, this reservoir offers spellbinding views. It has been a shooting site for many movies. Quick Facts About Savehaklu Reservoir Built on: River Chakra Connected to […]
Located in the central part of Karnataka, Shimoga city is the district headquarters of the Shimoga district. It has been renamed officially as Shivamogga, meaning Shiva-Mukha or “Face of Shiva”. Throughout the different eras, Shimoga has been ruled by various dynasties such as Chalukyas, Kadambas, Gangas, and Hoysals. Stretched right beside the Tunga River, Shimoga is known as the gateway to the Western Ghats and called “Gateway of Malnad” by the locals.
Vast paddy fields and several waterfalls enrich the landscape in and around this city. This city has done remarkably well in terms of industrial growth. Thriving industries of this city include Pearlite Industries, Malnad Alloys, and Perfect Alloys. Shimoga also delights visitors with plenty of visiting worthy places such as Shivappa Nayaka’s Palace, Gajanur Dam, Mandagadde Bird Sanctuary, Harakere Shiva Statue and Koodli. Travelers can also visit Sakkare Bayalu, an elephant training camp lying 2 km away from Gajanur Dam. Read more about Shimoga
Currently known as the Nagara Fort, the majestic Bidanur Fort or Shivappa Nayaka Fort has survived the test of time and happens to be an important part of the history of Karnataka. Situated in the Shivamogga (Shimoga) district in Karnataka Nagara is a village that has historical significance. The Nagara fort was referred to as […]
Karnataka has few of the best water falls of India. Jog Falls is one of the most famous ones.
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Kunchikal Falls near Shimoga is one of highest waterfalls in India. Know more about Kunchikal Falls and the prestigious Hydro project at Kunchikal Falls.
With its breath-taking natural beauty and amazing man-made structures, Shimoga is a traveller’s paradise. Check out 10 interesting things to do in Shimoga.
Sakrebailu Elephant Camp in Shimoga in Karnataka is a training camp for captive elephants. Visitors can enjoy an interactive session with the elephants.
Gudavi Bird Sanctuary in Shimoga is a beautiful bird sanctuary. Gudavi Bird Sanctuary is visited by migrant birds and has a huge variety of birds.
Shimoga or Shivamogga is a city with picturesque beauty. Shimoga is blessed with Jog falls, wildlife sanctuaries. Know more about Shimoga.