National parks


Tourism in Karnataka

Tourism in Karnataka has recently been honored in one of the salons of the Ritz hotel, Place Vendôme in Paris. In the presence of various tourist development institutions in this region of southern India and representatives of its Embassy in Paris, Axium Marketing Agency has presented a collection of films and stands devoted to this region which is dedicated to five national parks, twenty-one natural reserves and two World Heritage sites. Karnataka, bordered on the west by the Arabian Sea and south west by Kerala, lies just under 200 kilometers south of former Portuguese counter of Goa. You will discover Hampi, once the capital of the mighty Vijayanagara empire of southern India, and after having climbed about 600 steps to reach the summit of Mount Anjaneya, lovers of the Hindu world will marvel at the sight of the Hanuman temple, the god-ape of wisdom. In Karnataka, nature is omnipresent, offering the amazing scenery of Shivanasamudra Falls, located 65 km east of Mysore but also a national park dedicated to the protection of tigers in collaboration with the World Wide Fund and the Wild Life Conservation Society. Karnataka offers a wide spectrum of activities and the most adventurous will immerse themselves