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Best Things To Do in Sirsi

Rich green woodlands, transcending waterfalls and curious old sanctuaries make Sirsi in the Uttara Karnataka locale a prominent destination for vacationers. The town, which lies in the core of the Western Ghats, is found 425 kilometers from Bangalore city. Sirsi is a scenic paradise that will instantly take your breath away. The town is additionally honored with substantial rains during the monsoons and has rich tropical backwoods overflowing with natural life. This regular magnificence makes Sirsi a significant holiday destination among nature enthusiasts. Surrounded by forests and cascading waterfalls, one of the best things to do in Sirsi is trekking which offers spectacular views of the Sahyadri mountain ranges. There are a few waterfalls situated amidst natural surroundings. Magod falls near Yellapur is a close rival to Jog Falls. Here river Aghanashini cascades down the rocks 200 metres below. Another waterfall near Yellapur, known as Lalguli waterfall, is also worth a visit.

A standout amongst the most renowned places of religious significance here is the sixteenth century Marikamba temple whose annual fair is a grand affair visited by thousands of devotees. Similarly prevalent is the Maha Ganapathy sanctuary where throngs of devotees look for the guidance of the Lord before beginning any new pursuit. Legend has it that the individuals who look for His recommendation are never disillusioned. Other religious attractions at Sirsi are Jain Matha, St. Anthony’s Church, Sonda etc. Some of the other prominent spots to worthy of adding to your tour itinerary are Banavasi, Sahasralinga and Unchalli falls. Banavasi is an antiquated city that was the former capital of Karnataka. Sahasralinga comprises of thousands of shiva lingas drenched in a stream amidst the thick backwoods. In the event that you are looking for a quaint holiday destination in India to have a laid back holiday, Sirsi should be your pick. Check out our listing on best things to do in Sirsi on your vacation.

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    About the Destination: Situated in the Western Ghats towards the coastal parts of Karnataka is the Sharavathi Valley wildlife sanctuary, a region rich in biodiversity and home to the second-highest plunge waterfall in India - the Jog Falls. Named after the river Shara...

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    Nestled in the heart of the Western Ghats in Uttar Karnataka is Sirsi, a small town with a rich historical background. Once under the rule of the Kadamba Dynasty, Sirsi abounds with great experiences. On this two days of trekking journey, get to know the history, relax i...

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