Uttara Kannada is one of the biggest districts of Karnataka state. District Head Quarters is Karwar, which is known as Kashmir of Karnataka. Karwar is blessed with a wide variety of flora and fauna. Karwar is well connected to prominent cities in India including Mumbai, Delhi and Mangalore through the Konkan Railway. The district is blessed with Pristine beaches & beautiful Western Ghats. Uttara Kannada District receives heavy rainfall during monsoon period. The main tribes of the district are Sidhi, Kunabi, Halakki Vokkaliga, Gonda and Gouli. read more
Vibhooti is a small waterfalls near Yana,about 50kms from Sirsi North Kanara,Western Ghats. The falls gets its name from the Lime Stone rock nearby. After we pass the Vaddi Ghats we need to take a deviation at a place called Mabagi which is about 3kms from the falls.
The picturesque Murdeshwar town situated 16 Kms from Bhatkal has a gorgeous temple perched on the hillock by the shore. The sea is an intrinsic part of the temple scape at Murdeshwara. The sea surronds the temple towering on a small hill called Kanduka Giri on three sides.
The sanctuary at Dandeli surrounded by the river Kali is a rare treat for the wild life buffs. Throbbing with rare birds, tigers and a variety of other fauna of the Ghats, provides a refreshing holiday. This sanctuary is the second largest wildlife sanctuary of Karnataka.
Located amongest the ever green forest of the Sahayadri mountains. Yana caves are paradise of Limestone rocks. Famous for it's unique, black crystalline limestone rocks. It is a heaven for rock climbers. The area is known for its majestic mountains, a variety of rocks formations, trikling waterfalls and a holy temple.
Shaped like the hindu spiritual symbol of Om, this is the most famous beach in Gokarna and has got the best waves and beach side shacks.Apart from Om beach, Gokarna is also home to Kudle, Hall-moon and paradise beaches which are counted among the most beautiful beaches.
The temple constructed in 1688 A.C. The temple has beautiful carvings, the peak and the ancient Kaavi art draw the devotees here. The very sight of Marikamba with a crown studded with diamonds gives solace to the visitors. It is a temple which nourishes music, literature and art.