Known for its enchanting temples, lush tropical forests, many towering mountains, a vast coastline and the tastiest cuisine in the world, India is as mystical as its popularity with explorers! Besides being a very interesting part of this world, India also happens to be our home – the southern city of Bangalore!
India is best explained as a story and an experience – not a country – and if you want to see why, read these chronicles of our journey and embark on your surreal escape!
This perfect one week north Karnataka itinerary will take you to Chitradurga, Gadag, Badami, Aihole, Pattadakal, Bijapur, Gulbarga and Bidar!
Goa is not only about beaches, but also has some amazing Portuguese era buildings, mouth watering food, lush greenery and a vibrant nightlife!
Bidar is home to the beautiful monuments of the Bahmani dynasty such as Bidar Fort and Barid Shahi Gardens, and the holy town of Basavakalyan!
Gokarna is a perfect weekend destination if you love beautiful beaches, chilled out cafes, great food and to do the famous Gokarna Beach Trek
The Pattadakal temples are one of the most beautiful ancient temple complexes in Karnataka and feature classic architecture that will inspire
Badami, Pattadakal and Aihole form the most popular heritage triangle in Karnataka. Find everything you need to know to plan your trip, here!
Explore the Badami Cave Temples, Lake Agastya, Bhootanatha temple, Mahakuta and the sunset Shivalaya temples in one full day!
Gadag is one of most offbeat tourist places in north Karnataka, famous for Trikuteshwara temple, the Basaveshwara statue and delicious food!
Countries > India > Aihole Karnataka templesAihole is an offbeat temple town in north Karnataka and famous for its unique semi circular temple architecture. The temples feature sandstone architecture and lush greenery all around. If you are planning a visit to...
Some of the Bijapur tourist places are actually the most iconic monuments in South India, like the Gol Gumbaz and Ibrahim Rouza!
Did you enjoy reading about these beautiful places? We’d love to hear from you, about your favourite destinations and experiences in India!