Karnataka is one such state in India that receives a good amount of rainfall during monsoon season. The state serves as a home to several rainwater harvesting projects. So, if you want to see nature at its best during the monsoon season then pack your bags to explore the below given destinations for a remarkable holiday experience.
Jungles of Kabini:
The place becomes truly miraculous and is to be loved beyond doubt by nature lovers. It’s your chance to experience amazing biodiversity. Relish sighting reptiles, wildlife, birds and main attraction- Black Panther.
The Jungles are peaceful and unexplored. They serve as a natural habitat to numerous varieties of elephants, Gaur, Black Panther, leopards, birds, as well as reptiles. The place also gives you a chance to indulge in white water rafting.
Also popularly known as Kalavara Durga, the hill is considered to be one of the topmost trekking destinations near Bengaluru. People often trek these hills to experience fascinating night sky and amazing sunrise.
Also popularly known as Pushpagiri Trek, this is the highest peak in Coorg and receives a heavy rainfall. Trekking on Kumara Parvatha is supposed to be one of the most challenging after Mullayanagiri peak.
These gardens are located in Mysore, just next to Krishnarajasagara Dam. They are one of the popular tourist destinations in Karnataka during monsoons. The garden is quite popular because of its amazing symmetrical designing.
People visit the place for experiencing the breathtaking view of lush green forests of Pushpagiri and nearby hills. It is considered to be one of the most beautiful tourist spots in Coorg.
Situated in Karnataka’s Mandya district, these falls allow the tourists to experience River Kaveri at its best. The place has been listed as one of the 100 best waterfalls of the world.
Located in Chikmagalur district, the picturesque and stunning hill station attracts a large number of tourists every year. Other major attractions around these striking landscapes include Z point, Hebbe Falls, Rose Garden, and Hiking Peak.
People from far places come to the Karnataka state to experience the thrilling monsoon trek to Tadiandamol Peak. The trek passes through village trails, lovely streams, rolling hills, dense forests and open grasslands.
Last, but not the least is the Gokarna Beach, which is famous for its Rocky Mountains and breathtaking scenic beauty. There is also a famous temple of Lord Shiva in the small Gokarna Town.