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Bekal Fort (Malayalam: ബേക്കൽ കോട്ട), is the largest fort in Kerala, situated at Bekal village in Kasaragod district, Kerala
An important feature of this fort is the water-tank with its flight of steps. The fort has a tunnel opening towards the south and a magazine for keeping ammunition with broad steps leading to the Observation Tower. From there one has an ample view of towns in the vicinity like Kanhangad, Pallikkara, Bekal, Kottikkulam, and Uduma. The nearest railway stations are Bekal Fort, Kotikulam, Kanhangad, and Kasargod. This observation center had strategic significance in discovering even the smallest movements of the enemy and ensuring the safety of the Fort.
The Fort appears to have been built up from the sea since almost three fourths of its exterior is drenched and the waves continually stroke the citadel. The Mukhyaprana Temple of Hanuman and the ancient Muslim mosque nearby bear testimony to the age-old religious harmony that prevailed in the area.
Kodachadri is a mountain peak with dense forests (elevation - 1,343 metres above sea level)in the Western Ghats in South India (Shivamogga Dist., Karnataka State). It is declared as natural heritage site by Government Karnataka. and it is 10th highest peak of Karnataka.
The name comes from native word "Kodacha" or "Kodashi" which means hill of Kutaja flowers and "Adri" a Sanskrit word, both combined together coined the word Kodachadri. Kutaja in Sanskrit means Girimallika or Jasmine of the hill. The hilly region that is full of 'Jasmine of the hills' plants is "Kutajadri". It is also called "Kutachadri" and "Kodashi Parvatha"
This is one of the toughest biking spots , 😅
It's a fact to the saying
"Toughest roads lead to the best destinations"❤
Kundadri is a hill (826 mt) with dense forests in the Western Ghats located in Shimoga District Karnataka State, India.It is 70 km from Udupi city. This hill is known for 17th century Jain temple dedicated to Thirthankara and the place is known to have given shelter to one Acharya Kundakunda during earlier centuries.The main deity of this temple is Parshwanatha, 23rd tirthankar. Two small ponds formed by the rock on one side of this temple provided water to earlier sages. Government of Karnataka joined hands with a philanthropist from Mumbai to construct an all-weather road to the top of the hill.
26 February 2017
Kaup is a town in Udupi district of Karnataka, India. It lies on the way between Udupi and Mangalore beside NH-17.
Ther is a beach on the shore of the Arabian Sea and a lighthouse. Many films have been shot at this location. Kaup has three Marigudi which attracts devotees from far away places. The sea is much more rougher and intimidating compared to the gentler Malpe beach in Udupi. It is about 15 km from Manipal and is a favourite hangout for students. The beach also sports a shack and a bar with seating in the open sky. Though the sea is mostly calm all year round, there have been isolated cases of drowning in this beach
The Kapu light house was built in 1901 and has for these many years stood on the rocks guiding thousands of sailors and warning the presence of dangerous rocks.It stands 27.12 m above the base.The lighthouse is open for visitors between 5PM to 6PM and the panoramic view offered is magnificent.The stairs keep getting steeper and steeper as you ascend.
19 November 2015
Agumbe is a small village located in Shimoga district, in the Malnad region of Karnataka, India. It is sometimes called "The Cherrapunji of the South" after Cherrapunji, in Northeast India.Agumbe is associated with rainforest conservation efforts, documentation of medicinal plants, tourism (trekking and photography), and promotion of cottage industry.A dense silvery fog forms over the Western Ghats contributing to the natural beauty of Agumbe.One of the amazing spots where humans connect with nature 😊
5 September 2015
Panambur Beach is a beach in the city of Mangalore in the Indian state of Karnataka.
This beach is on the shores of Arabian sea and is credited as one of the safest and best maintained beaches of India It is the most popular, well connected and most visited beach of coastal Karnataka.
As of now this beach is maintained by a private enterprise under the banner of "Panambur Beach Tourism Development Project". Other attractions include jet ski rides, boating, dolphin viewing, food stalls and is also known for its highly skilled and trained lifeguards who patrol the beach to ensure visitor safety.
This beach has been popular for its picturesque sunsets, the beautiful port area and a picnic spot for tourists and locals alike and offers very good views of the sunset.
29 August 2015
Dolphin's Nose Viewpoint is a tourist spot in Coonoor, The Nilgiris District, Tamil Nadu. Dolphin's Nose is well over 1,000 feet above sea level, 10 km from Coonoor and is a spectacular spot to visit.
The tip of the peak resembles a dolphin's nose, hence the name Dolphin's Nose. It is an enormous rock formation that is entirely unique. There are gigantic ravines found both to the left and right of Dolphin's Nose and there is a view of inspiring Catherine Falls with its continuing stream several thousand metres below which is located a relatively short distance away opposite of the Dolphin's Nose.
Best part of spot are the hairpin turns and tea plantations on the way.please do visit this place #heaven on earth😍
18 July 2015
This is one of the beautiful and cleanest temples i have seen so far , Temple of Krishna " Gopalakrishna temple located in manipal, Karnataka,India has beautiful arts and sculptures. The cool breeze and the calmness of nature makes you mesmarising.one of the best spots for meditation
5 October 2014
Jog Falls, Gerosoppa Falls or Joga Falls (ಜೋಗ ಜಲಪಾತ) is the second highest plunge waterfall in India located near Sagara taluk, Shimoga district in the state of Karnataka. It is a segmented waterfall which, depending on rain and season, becomes a plunge waterfall. The falls are a major tourist attraction and is ranked 13th in the world by the waterfall database. They are also known as the Gersoppa Falls or Jogada Gundi.
Before the onset of monsoon season, when there is not much water in the Linganmakki dam, the Jog Falls are a pair of thin streams of water trickling down the cliff, as the water collected in the dam is exclusively for generation of electricity; during monsoons local rain water is the source of water to the falls.
Jog falls is used for hydroelectricity and can generate 6.7 MW of power.