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Karnataka Hill Station Tours
Karnataka has many well known hill stations. Each one is famous for its own unique charm, some for sandalwood forests, some for coffee plantations and others for trekking trails, waterfalls and wildlife. Located in the Western Ghats, these hill stations present outstanding views. Dense forests, deep valleys and magnificent sunsets, you name it and you've got it.
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Coorg


Coorg is located at an altitude of 1170 m above the sea level and is at a distance of 100 km from Mysore. Coorg is the birthplace of the River Cauvery, the most famous river of Karnataka.Coorg has many tourist places and attractions to offer to its visitors. In the center of the town is the Madikeri Fort, which was built in the 19th century and has a small museum. Raja's Seat is the place where the erstwhile kings of Kodagu spent their leisurely evenings. One can easily view the greenery of the Western Ghats from this place.
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Nandi Hills


Located 60 kms north of Bangalore is the summer resort of Karnataka called Nandi Hills. It is also known as Nandidurga, it was once one of the summer retreats of Tipu Sultan. Nandi Hills was also a favorite of British, who built bungalows and laid out gardens here. Today, its a popular weekend destination among Bangaloreans. The 1478-m high Nandi Hills is the originating point of many rivers. .

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Biligiri Hills


Situated 120 kms from Mysore and 247 kms from Bangalore, the Biligirirangana range of hills is beautifully situated between the Cauvery and the Tungabhadra rivers. At a height of 5,091 ft above sea level, this hill station stretches from north to south for about 16 kms. Bordered by deciduous trees, the forests are swarming with wildlife.
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Madikeri


An enchanting town situated at an elevation of over 5,000 ft (1,525 m) above sea level is Madikeri hill station. Breathtaking views ignite your senses and cool wind blowing lets you unwind yourself. Beautiful people smile at you and the fragrance of coffee fills the atmosphere.
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Kermana Gundi


Located in the Tarikere Taluk of Chikmaglur district is a picture perfect hamlet - Kemmanugundi, also called K.R.Hills named after the Wodeyar king Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV, who made it his favourite summer destination. Situated on the Baba- Budan range at a height of 1,434 m, Kemmanugundi is the perfect get away destination from the hustle and bustle of the cities.
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Kudremukh


The Horse-Face Hill Station 95 kms south-west of Chikmaglur town is the Kudremukh (Horse Face) range, so named because of the unique shape of the Kudremukh Peak.
Overlooking the Arabian Sea, the broad hills are chained to one another with deep valleys and steep precipices. As yet 'undiscovered' by tourists, Kudremukh is a secluded hill station, which retains much of its pristine, natural beauty.
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Chikmagalur


Chikmagalur is situated in a lush valley south of the Babu-Budan range. It derives its name from the headquarters town of Chikmagalur which literally means younger daughter's town. It is believed that it was given as a dowry to the younger daughter of Rukmangada, the legendary chief of Sakrepatna. Hiremagalur, another part of the town, was given to the elder daughter. Certain ancient inscriptions reveal that these two places were originally known as Kiriya-magalu and Piriya-magalu.
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Gangamoola


Located in the Samse Taluk of Chikmagalur district, the Gangamoola hill is surrounded by thick forests. It is the origin of three mighty rivers, the Tunga, Bhadra and Nethravathi. The highlights of the region are a Goddess Bhagavathi shrine and a Varaha image, 1.8 metres high, within a cave, which become inaccessible during the monsoons.
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