At a distance of 11 km from Baba Budangiri, 11 km from Mullayanagiri and 18 km from Chikmagalur, Kavikal Gandi, also known as Horse Shoe Viewpoint, is a popular viewpoint in Chikmagalur district of Karnataka.
M G Park alias Mahatma Gandhi Park is a beautifully maintained garden and is placed on the backdrop of the Mullayangiri.
Great place to hangout with your friends and family.This is Famous circle which includes small garden and Beautiful fountain. Place to trendy hangouts.
The Kedareswara, though a dilapidated shrine, has is a classic example of Indian temple architecture.
The Hoysaleswara temple at Halebid, the largest of the Hoysala temples, was started in 1121 AD, about 10 years after the temple at Belur, but despite 86 years of labour, it was never completed.
Located 17km east of Belur, was the ancient capital of the Hoysala Empire. Founded in the early 11th century as Dwarasamudram (Gateway to the seas), it was destroyed by the armies of the Delhi Sultanate in 1311 and 1327 AD, after which it was deserted and later renamed Halebid (Old Capital).
It is the main temple in Belur and is only one at the three major Hoysala sites (the other two being Halebid and Somnathpur), that is still in daily use.
It is about 38 Km from Chikmagalur. The Government of Mysore declared the area as the Jagara Valley Game Reserve in 1951.
It is about 38 Km from Chikmagalur. The Government of Mysore declared the area as the Jagara Valley Game Reserve in 1951. In 1974, after a census of the animal species in the adjoining areas, the sanctuary was reconstituted as the Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary and later changed to Muthodi Sanctuary.
The Kudremukh National Park (latitudinal range 13°01’00” to 13°29’17” N, longitudinal range 75°00’55’ to 75°25’00” E) is the largest declared Wildlife Protected Area (600 km²) of a tropical wet evergreen type of forest in the Western Ghats.