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Sathodi Falls is a wonderful and picturesque rectangular shaped waterfall around 32 km from Yellapur and around 95km from Hubballi. The Waterfall then flows to backwaters of the Kodasalli Dam, into the Kali River.
Magod Falls is a beautiful waterfalls where the river Bedti falls from a height of nearly 200m in two steps. Most Importantly River Bedti originates at Unkal Lake in Hubballi City. It is around 90km from Hubballi
The Gigantic Crystalline like Rock formations of Yana is ideal for a day visit. Lord Shiva temple lies below the formations. It is around 150km from Hubballi. Yana is an ideal destination for pilgrims, trekkers, and nature-lovers .
Dandeli is a popular Adventure Sports destination in Karnataka due to white water rafting opportunities in the Kali river. Kali River in Dandeli offers a rafting stretch of up to 12 kms. It is around 50km from Dharwad City.
Jenukallu Gudda is a viewpoint in the Western Ghats, which offers a panoramic view of the hills packed one behind the other. Jenukallu Gudda is situated 17 km from Yellapur and around 85km from Hubballi City.
Devakar Falls also called Vajra Falls or Kanur falls is located around 30 km from Yellapur and around 95kms from Hubballi City. The height of waterfalls is about 200 meters and the water reaches Kaiga reservoir later.
Supa Dam is built across Kali river and it is the highest dam in Karnataka. The dam is situated at Ganeshagudi and is around 80kms from Hubballi City. The dam acts as main reservoir for all Power houses in Kali Hydro Power Project.
Attiveri Bird Sanctuary is around 15 kms from Mundgod and about 45 kms from Hubballi City. The sanctuary has about 79 species of birds that arrive from 22 countries. The place is quite serene ideal for Bird watchers.
Hampi was once the capital of the historical Vijayanagara Dynasty. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage site. The magnificent Ruins of Temples and other Structures dating back to 1500 AD, are the main attractions of Hampi.
The Badami Cave temples are a complex of Hindu and Jain cave temples located in Badami. It is situated around 105kms from Hubballi City. Badami is part of UNESCO World Heritage Site under Evolution of Temple Architecture.
Aihole is a historic site of ancient and Medieval era – has various monuments pertaining to various religions like Buddhist, Hindu and Jain dating back to 7th to 10th Century AD. It is situated around 140kms from Hubballi City.
Located on the banks of the Malaprabha River, Pattdakalllu is a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is situated around 125kms from Hubballi City. The town displays both Dravidian and the Indo-Aryan styles of temple architecture.
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