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Mirjan Fort

Mirjan Fort

Mirjan Fort is located few meters away from the banks of River Aganashini and is at a distance of about 22 km from Gokarna in Karnataka. Mirjan Fort is known for its architectural elegance. The fort is spread across 10 acres of land between the River and the national highway. The fort has thick high double walls, and is brilliantly built using red bricks. These bricks […]

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Sahasralinga

Sahasralinga

North Karnataka region has many hidden and less explored places that can fascinate the travellers. Not all the places are well known, and some of them may not even be easily accessible. But yet, it can make an ever lasting impression once you visit the place. On one of such exploration trips to Sirsi, a town in the Uttara Kannada (erstwhile North Karnataka) district, one […]

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Sathodi Falls

Sathodi Falls

Sathodi Falls is yet another waterfall found in North Karnataka region. This is a small waterfall (about 15 meters) but is really beautiful. The falls are rectangular in shape and the water flows directly down on the left side and on the right side, it is interrupted by a small step. The stunning waterfalls is in the middle of thick lush forest and provides a […]

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Yana

Yana

Yana is a small village in North Karnataka, located in the Sahyadri Range of the Western Ghats. It is about 50 km from Gokarna and is known for its numerous unusual rock formations. There are several black crystalline rock formations in this vicinity. While most of these rock formations are very small, there are two huge monolithic rocks the stand out prominently due to their […]

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Unchalli Falls / Lushington Falls

Unchalli Falls / Lushington Falls

Unchalli Falls is yet another breathtaking waterfall located in the North Karnataka region (near Sirsi). These falls are formed when water from River Aghanashini descends down 380 feet. At the top of the waterfalls, the river flows down through a narrow water path that surrounded by thick green forests on both sides. The width of the river gradually broadens as the water gushes down, eventually forming […]

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Jog Falls

Jog Falls

Jog Falls is the second highest waterfall in India. This magnificent falls are formed when River Sharavati descends down around 250m (~850 ft) along four trajectories. The trajectories themselves are named Raja, Roarer, Rocket, and Rani. There are reasons behind naming these trajectories. Raja falls is majestic, which pours directly down 850 feet. You can feel the pride of a king (Raja) when you see […]

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