Karnataka has its share of several lesser known hill stations. Each has its own unique charm; take your pick from sandalwo...
CoorgMadikeri is the picturesque capital of Kodagu (also called Coorg,) the land of coffee, cardamom, colonels, and the Ca...
AgumbeIf you enjoy spectacular sunsets, sparkling streams, verdant village vistas, and an unspoilt rustic ambience, Agumbe...
KemmangundiThe picturesque hill station of Kemmangundi is located at a height of 1434m above sea level. This was the summe...
KundadriLocated on Theerthahalli-Agumbe road, about 12km from Theerthahalli, Kundadri Hill is a gigantic monolithic rock f...
KodachadriSituated 100km from Shimoga and 36km from Hosanagara is this enchanting mountain which overlooks the vast Wester...
B R HillsLose yourself in these ancient hills, which take their name from the RanganathaSwamy Temple that sits at the edge...
Nandi Hills This popular weekend getaway is just 60km from Bangalore. The bracing air and serene environs of Nandi Hills, ...
ChikmagalurNestled in the Baba Budan hills, Chikmagalur is a calm, serene town full of surprises with hills, valleys, stre...
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Karnataka has its share of several lesser known hill stations. Each has its own unique charm; take your pick from sandalwood forests, coffee plantations, trekking trails, waterfalls, and wildlife. Nestled in the Western Ghats, these hill stations present spectacular views of dense forests, deep valleys, and magnificent sunsets.

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  • You showed us here really beautiful photos from the beautiful state of Karnataka.
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  • Beautiful places! Thank that introduce it! Salute! Vili
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  • Beautiful pictures!Wanderful presentation!Thanks for sharing.
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  • Bellísimas fotografías de tu querida India; an algunas, encontré paisajes muy parecidos a los nuestros. Llevarían, acaso, las semillas de café desde aquí? Jejeje.
    Un feliz día y gracias por tu compartir.
    Anamaría
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  • Though I am staying very near to the places shown in your PPS, I could not visit these places. I have decided to visit these places soon. Thanks and hope that the second edition will publish soon.
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  1. 1. Karnataka has its share of several lesser known hill stations. Each has its own unique charm; take your pick from sandalwood forests, coffee plantations, trekking trails, waterfalls, and wildlife. Nestled in the Western Ghats, these hill stations present spectacular views of dense forests, deep valleys, and magnificent sunsets.<br />
  2. 2. CoorgMadikeri is the picturesque capital of Kodagu (also called Coorg,) the land of coffee, cardamom, colonels, and the Cauvery.<br />
  3. 3. AgumbeIf you enjoy spectacular sunsets, sparkling streams, verdant village vistas, and an unspoilt rustic ambience, Agumbe is the place for you. Situated at an elevation of 826m in Shimoga district.<br />
  4. 4. KemmangundiThe picturesque hill station of Kemmangundi is located at a height of 1434m above sea level. This was the summer retreat of KrishnarajaWodeyar IV.<br />
  5. 5. KundadriLocated on Theerthahalli-Agumbe road, about 12km from Theerthahalli, Kundadri Hill is a gigantic monolithic rock formation. Surrounded by dense evergreen forests, it is a lovely place for trekking.<br />
  6. 6. KodachadriSituated 100km from Shimoga and 36km from Hosanagara is this enchanting mountain which overlooks the vast Western Ghats. Kodachadri is famed for its glorious sunrises and sunsets. <br />
  7. 7. B R HillsLose yourself in these ancient hills, which take their name from the RanganathaSwamy Temple that sits at the edge of a granite precipice with a drop of more than 1000ft. into a dense forest.<br />
  8. 8. Nandi Hills This popular weekend getaway is just 60km from Bangalore. The bracing air and serene environs of Nandi Hills, perched at a height of 1455m above sea level, provided Tipu Sultan and the British with an idyllic summer retreat.<br />
  9. 9. ChikmagalurNestled in the Baba Budan hills, Chikmagalur is a calm, serene town full of surprises with hills, valleys, streams and coffee plantations. Coffee seed was planted here for the first time in India. <br />

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