One of the most visited states of India, Karnataka is located in the South-Western region of India. The sixth-largest state in India, Karnataka is home to UNESCO World Heritage Sites like Hampi and Pattadakal. Karnataka has five national parks and 21 wildlife sanctuaries which can be a delight to wildlife enthusiasts.
The largest state in South India, it is bordered by Goa to the northwest, Maharashtra to the north, Tamil Nadu to the southeast, Kerala to the south, Telangana to the northeast, and Andhra Pradesh to the east, .
Famous for its picturesque landscape, the state has several waterfalls including Jog Falls, one of the highest waterfalls in Asia. Silicon Valley of India and the capital of the state, Bengaluru is known as the city of startups and IT companies and every year it draws thousands of tourists.
There are thousands of Forts in the state, some of them are more than a thousand years old. For its coffee plantations, Coorg is also one of the top destinations in the state.
There are also some famous caves in the state, such as the Yana Caves, and the Kavala Caves and Sintheri rocks in the Uttara Kannada district. Apart from history, It also boasts of the highest elephant Gaur bison, and tiger population in India.