Karnataka tourism

Karnataka Tourism taps hidden destinations

The three nights-four day orientation trip for travel agents, which began on Tuesday, reached Sharavathi adventure camp at Jog.

published on : 26th May 2022

With relaxations, tourism bounces back   

After being confined to homes due to the Covid-19 lockdown and travel restrictions for close to two years, there is a sudden spurt in tourism.

published on : 18th April 2022

‘Hampi By Night’ to restart in mid-March

The relaunch programme, by the CM, was earlier planned on March 1. It has been postponed to the third week of March as the CM is not available on the planned date.

published on : 28th February 2022

Temple, monument tourism has big potential: Bommai

Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai, stressing the immense potential for temple tourism in Karnataka, said there is also huge scope for monument tourism.

published on : 24th February 2022

Places of freedom struggle in Karnataka to be tourist hotspots

Tourism department director, Sindhu B Rupesh, told TNIE that they are also working on creating a circuit of places of freedom struggle.

published on : 26th January 2022

New Hampi tour to showcase its eco-heritage

The state government has introduced a unique package for tourists at Hampi showcasing the wild side of the heritage site.

published on : 25th December 2021

Nandi Hills to welcome tourists from December 1st

The Deputy Commissioner also appealed to the tourists to maintain cleanliness atop Nandi hills and also to maintain social distance and wear mas

published on : 30th November 2021

Tourist locations in Karnataka evoke good response in UK

Birmingham showed good interest in the state’s tourism circuit

published on : 5th November 2021

Centre tells southern states to take up rail tourism

This has come as a required breather and boost to the Karnataka Tourism Department which is struggling to meet finances in running the Golden Chariot -- the state-owned luxury express. 

published on : 30th October 2021

Karnataka failed to give details of tourist sites, says official

Karnataka has been unable to furnish proper details, claimed Rupinder Brar, Additional Director General, Union Ministry of Tourism.

published on : 29th October 2021

Lesser known tourism spots to be popularied, water sports in Cauvery to be improved

The Karnataka tourism department is keen to poularise it on the lines of Hoganekal falls and even to share its tourism footfall among other places.

published on : 23rd October 2021

International expo to boost tourism sector in Karnataka hit by pandemic

The pandemic has devastated the sector that suffered a loss of Rs 25,000 crore and it will take two years to completely recover, he said while speaking at the World Tourism Day celebrations.

published on : 28th September 2021