You can see lush meadows and paddy fields. To enjoy the night sky, pitch your tent and camp at the peak.
It gives an amazing view of mountain ranges that are far apart. Visit this star-shaped fort to learn about Manjarabad's history, which is summed up by its misty atmosphere.
The monotony of life is relieved here. Three mountain ranges—Doddabetta, Yenikallu Betta, Kumara Parvatha, and Pushpagiri—are visible from there.
Manjehalli Waterfalls is a 20-foot waterfall nestled amongst green hills 8 km from Sakleshpur. Locally called as Abbi Falls, best visited during monsoon.
In Indian mythology, Pandavar Gudda is known as the place where the Pandavas lived during their vanavas in the Mahabharata.
The state's oldest temple, Sri Sakleshwara Swamy Temple, located 1.5 kilometres from Sakleshpur's bus terminal and famous for its February rath yatra.
It is famous for its breathtaking view of the Western Ghats and its waterfalls, green valleys, ancient tunnels, and historic railway bridges.
This postcard-perfect scenery offers the best of nature. Hadlu Waterfalls is a popular trekking destination and a terrific place to get your heart beating.
The Temple of Halebid and Belur, one of Sakleshpur's top tourist attractions, features Hoysala-era Hindu temples.
Honey Stone Mountain is the terrifying hike past coffee fields and lovely greenery. It offers a great view of the Arabian Sea and unforgettable sunsets.