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Adventure Tourism in Karnataka

Adventure Tourism in Karnataka

Karnataka offers multiple adventure activities that are as diversified as its landscapes whether it’s on land, in the sky above, upon the hills or even under the sea. There are plenty of options for adventure in Karnataka. Hardcore Thrill seekers  can satiate their appetite for adventure by indulging in skydiving and for the ones looking for a leisurely activity, there is cycling. From the Nilgiri mountains to spotting endangered animals in the famed national parks and from its vast coastline t

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MASAI MARA MAGIC

MASAI MARA MAGIC

INTRO‘There’s more to see than can ever be seen,  More to do than can ever be done… There’s far too much to take in here,  More to find than can ever be found…’Lion King fans may recall these moving lyrics from the Elton John song ‘Circle of Life’. And I was humming the same track, while experiencing goose bumps on my first ever Mara trip. To absorb the myriad life forms that these vast grasslands exhibit, is an experience beyond words. The mesmerizing motion of thousands, sometimes lakhs of

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Himalayan Healing

Himalayan Healing

IntroA magical walk through mystic lands – lush green meadows, dotted with hundreds of sheep; gurgling brooks frozen midway, only to resurface few metres away, the melodious sound of which you’ll fondly recall; majestic mighty mountains with snow-capped peaks, towering pine and deodar forests dwarfing everything and everyone around; free flowing winds filling you up with pure oxygen that’s never experienced in choked cities; not to forget the beautiful rainbow shimmering over the horizon as the

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News

  • State can woo more visitors with butterfly tourism: Experts

    Dehradun: With over 500 species of butterflies found across Uttarakhand, experts said that “butterfly tourism” can give fillip to the state’s branding as a tourist destination. It is also the second state in the country, after Maharashtra, to have the ‘Common Peacock’ as a state butterfly.

  • Jawahar Institute of Mountaineering holds Executive Committee meet after 10 yrs,CM, DM chair

    Pahalgam, November 12, (Scoop News)-Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti has stressed the need for popularising adventure sports and mountaineering among the School children so that they can understand and explore the State in a better way.

  • Gold rush at climbing meet

    Jamshedpur: Climbers from Tata Steel Adventure Foundation (TSAF) bagged 28 medals – 10 gold, nine silver and nine bronze – on […]

  • Navy marathon a runaway hit

    A mix of more than 12,000 professional and amateur runners headed to Beach Road on Sunday much before the dawn to show their dedication towards fitness and join hands for the fourth edition of the Vizag Navy Marathon – 2017.

  • All set for hot balloon festival

    The three-day event will be a grand spectacle, says Ganta Over 6,200 persons have registered for the Araku Balloon Festival […]


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