Karnataka is an Indian state located in the southwestern part of the country. The rich geographical variation gave the state lush green mountains, a coastal region, and Great Plains which resulted in beautiful natural scenery and landscapes making it a photographer’s paradise. Every part of the states gives one the opportunity to capture the views via lens but also experience the emotions, traditions, and culture attached to various places. If you’re a traveler and photographer you shouldn’t out miss these 5 places to take the best photos.
Coorg is arguably one of the best hill stations in India. It is famous for tea plantation, waterfalls and mountain viewpoint thus making it a photographers paradise. Every year tourist from India as well as from abroad visits it every year. It is known as “The Scotland Of India”
Chikmagalur is a town located in the foothills of Muyllanagiri range. It stretches an area of 30sq km and includes waterfalls, trekking spots, temples, parks and camping sites in the radius. People with love for adventure and photography will find it remarkable. Jhari Waterfalls, Z Point, Baba Budangiri, Hebbe Falls are some of the most visited sites.
It is called en as the Cultural Capital of Karnataka, and the famous Palace of Tipu Sultan is located here. If you love experimenting with your photography, then Mysuru is best explored through the lens of your camera. It is rich for cultural heritage, historical monuments, and architectural wonders. The famous floral garden, Vrindavan Gardens is a major attraction of the city.
National Park Home to several rare and endangered species of animals and plants, Nagarhole certainly gives visitors sights of a well-maintained house for the wild. The Nagarhole National Park spreads all across the hills, valleys, and waterfalls. Wildlife photography and cinematography can be done in this park.
This place was discovered much later as a tourist destination in Karnataka. It has quickly risen and caught the eye of tourist around the country and the globe. It is famous for beaches and ancient temples, over time it has become a hotspot for every offbeat traveler and unconventional photographer,