Kanataka presents in itself an incomparable diversity. Deccan plateau in the North, 300 Kms of coastline in the west and inland the Western Ghats, offer very varied landscape. Its impressive wealth in monuments, temples or remains of imperial cities make you explore centuries of history. The climate of the Deccan plateau in the north is dry and arid, the coast and nearby places benefits from monsoon from June to September. During the most important part of the year the climate is favourable for tourism., only April and May are very hot.
Hampi is the most famous and its worth to spend a few days visiting. Not far from Hampi is Badami with its Caves and remains of Fort. While staying in Badami spend a day to visit Ahiole or Pattadakal, during this journey you will also like the visit small villages and local life.
Regarding nature and wildlife, you’ll discover forest and a large variety of fauna and flora in natural praks, and wild life Sanctuaries, the most importants are Bandipur and Kabini. Around Coorg you will enjoy the sight of coffe and spices plantations.
In the southern part of Karnataka are located Banglore, the capital city, Mysore and its wellknown Palace. This area is also the place of Hoysala temples, take time to visit Belur Halebid or Somnathpur .
And after visiting monuments and cities, relax on some beaches fom Malpe beach in the south to Goa, you’ll have a large choice of beaches to spend your last days of Karnataka vacations.