Chandragutti Fort in the Shimoga, Karnataka is a wonderful destination for trekking. The ruined complex of the fort is situated atop a hill and presents an amazing view of the surroundings.
Kavaledurga fort, also known as Bhuvanagiri fort, in Shimoga is a marvellous structure built originally in AD 9th century. Read on to know more about this fort and how to reach the fort.
Ballalarayana Durga fort in Chikmagalur is a wonderful trekking destination. The ruined fort is situated on top of a hill and presents a panoramic view of the surroundings.
Devanahalli Fort’s history begins with a small family of refugees who fled from Kanchi. This fort is considered to be the birth place of Tipu Sultan.
Though the temple is relatively small, the Rayagopuram is tall with the two statues of Lord Vishnu on both sides carrying distinctly different tools and weapons and with different expressions that provide a startling contrast.
The Gulbarga Fort is situated in the Gulbarga distict of North Karnataka.
Bandaje Falls is located in the picturesque Charmadi Ghat section of Western Ghats and the place is trekker’s paradise. Find out more about this waterfall near Chikmagalur