Half Moon Beach is a small beach in Gokarna. It's separated from Om Beach by a cliff where travelers may obtain a stunning view of the Arabian Sea.
Here, you can see how two semi-crescent-shaped pieces of land were joined together to make the beach what it is today.
Mirjan Fort, on the River Aghanashini, is a royal reminder of our beautiful heritage. It's located 11 km from Kumta, Karnataka.
Mahabaleshwara Temple in Gokarna has typical Dravidian architecture. Gokarna's 4th-century temple is famous for its Atma Linga Shiva Linga.
This beach, 7.6 miles outside the city, offers water activities and a tranquil environment.
Located near Om Beach. A complete recluse, this beach offers a quiet and calm atmosphere to enjoy a sunset, a walk down the shore, or the never-ending tides.
Baada Beach is a nice place for tourists to go in Gokarna. It is known as one of the cleanest beaches there.
Gokarna Beach is a famous destination. It's near Mahabaleshwara Temple.
Nirvana Beach Gokarna, also called Kagal beach, is a less well-known paradise in Kumta on the banks of the Aghanashini River.
Local people called Shiva Cave, which is tucked away on a hillside, "gogarbha," which means "cow's womb."