Travel begins with Savaari
Gokarna is a renowned Hindu pilgrimage centre, but over the past few years has quickly grown as a tourist destination, especially for those seeking calm and serenity.
Mirjan Fort hides within its folds a lost chapter of Karnataka’s history that echoes the story of a valiant queen in a world filled with male rulers who set a strong note of women’s empowerment in a bygone era.
Letters to some of the most beautiful places that make you fall in love with in the majestic Western Ghats of Karnataka in India, with love.
Agumbe is a rainforest hub in the Shimoga district of Karnataka. It is the last surviving rainforest of India. Because of its rich natural resources, Agumbe forms a part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Coorg or traditionally known as Kodagu is a sleepy hilly hamlet tucked on the Western Ghats. Surrounded by misty valleys, rolling hills, lush plantations, and pristine waterfalls, it’s a treat for all senses.
Shimoga, also known as Shivamogga, is a beautiful city in Karnataka’s central region. The name is derived from the term “shivmoga”. Lord Shiva drank the water of the Tunga river using a Mogge (pot), which is why this city was named after him.
Pattadakal is an ancient religious and cultural complex of 7th and 8th century CE Hindu and Jain temples in northern Karnataka. It is located on the banks of the Malaprabha River in the Bagalkote district, 23 KM from Badami and 10 KM from Aihole.
Chikmagalur or known officially as Chikkamagaluru, is a lush green retreat tucked in the hills of northern Karnataka. Also called the Coffee Land of Karnataka, the district is replete with dense coffee plantations and is the leading producer of coffee in the country.
As the fear of COVID 19 persists in 2021, festive celebrations have become way too different. The month of September is quite special in…