1. Lalbagh Botanical Garden

Lalbagh botanical garden is home to numerous birds and wildlife and has a lake. It is popular for flower shows conducted here during Republic Day and Independence Day week. 

2. Cubbon Park

cubbon park
Cubbon Park is the most famous attraction in Bangalore. In addition to being a natural sightseeing destination, Attara Kacheri, Cubbon Park Museum.

3. Ulsoor Lake

Constructed by Kempe Gowda II in the 2nd century, this lake was earlier known as Halsur or Alasur. Although not fit for swimming, boating can be enjoyed at the lake.

4. Bannerghatta National Park

Bannerghatta National Park
The Bannerghatta National Park is a sanctuary for a large variety of flora and fauna. Spread over a massive area of around 104.27 sq. km.

5. Matanga Hill

Matanga Hill
This hill is described as the location of the hermiatge of the Saint Matanga during the Ramayana, hence is appropriately named.

6. Gopalswami Hills

Himavad Gopalaswamy Betta, is a hill, hence the name betta in Kannada, which located in the Chamarajanagar district of the state of Karnataka, at a height of 1450 metres.

7. Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve

The Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve is an International Biosphere Reserve in the Western Ghats and Nilgiri Hill ranges of Southern India. 

8. Biligirirangan Hills

The hills are located at the north-west of the Western Ghats and the westernmost edge of the Eastern Ghats. Thus this area supports a diverse flora and fauna in view of the various habitat types present. 

9. Abbey Falls

Abbey Falls
Abbey Falls, also known as Abbi Falls, is located around 10 kilometres away from the town of Madikeri and is one of the most popular tourist attractions in and around Coorg.

10. Nagarhole National Park

Nagarhole National Park
With its diversity of flora and fauna, the Nagarhole National Park is one of the best known wildlife reserves in India.

11. Iruppu Waterfalls

Irupu Falls
Iruppu Falls is a fresh water cascade located in the Brahmagiri Mountain Range, in the Kodagu district of Karnataka.

12. Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary

Surrounded by hills of the Western Ghats on all sides, the view of the Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary looks like a scene right out of a movie!

13. Hirekolale Lake

Situated amidst the huge mountain ranges covered in green with the lake in the backdrop, a drive to the Hirekolale Lake is worth it for experiencing a perfect picture postcard setting.

14. Mullayanagiri

Mullayanagiri is the highest peak of Karnataka known for its peaceful ambience and nature’s raw beauty. Part of the Baba Budangiri Ranges, it is a famous trekking point from Chikmagalur. 

15. Ghatikallu

The name ‘Ghatikallu’ refers to a peak that offers panoramic views of the valley. A two-hour drive from Chikmagalur takes one to Ghatikallu, a gem in the crown of the Western Ghats.

16. Hebbe Falls

Hebbe Falls
Hebbe Falls is a stunning waterfall located in the Chikmagalur. The water here is believed to have medicinal properties. The area around the waterfall has dense forest and plenty of coffee plantations.

17. Brindavan Gardens

Brindavan Gardens
This beautiful garden is spread over an area of approximately 150 acres. It has several musical fountains that are created in different shapes and designs. 

18. Karanji Lake

karanji lake
Karanji lake is one of the most important tourist destinations in Mysore, visited by a large number of tourists every day. A lot of migratory birds can be spotted nearby this area.

19. Shivanasamudra Falls

This stunning waterfall is one among the most beautiful waterfalls in India, which offers a spectacular view of Shivanasamudra, around 85 kms away from Mysore.

20. Agastya Lake

Said to possess healing powers, this lake faces all the caves of Badami and is surrounded by the red sandstone temples.

21. St. Mary's Island

St. Mary's Island,Udipi
Located just 4 miles off the coast of Karnataka in the Arabian Sea, St. Mary’s Island is a geological treasure and hosts some of the most beautiful beaches in the country. 

22. Kudlu Falls

Kudlu Falls
Also known as Sita Falls, Kudlu Falls is famous for its picturesque beauty. The waterfall cascades down the Western Ghats from a height of 150 feet in the midst of a dense green cover of the hilly terrain.