Malnad a paradise for travelers and nature lovers in Karnataka

We all are fond of jolting our travel experience as a travelogue and helping others read it and plans their itinerary effectively while going on a holiday. If you have not done holiday in Malnad, then monsoon is the right season to see how Mother Nature stands all green and jubilant. Those who are starting from Bangalore or coming from any place to Bangalore the road connectivity is very good to reach Malnad region in Karnataka.

Malnad is not specific to one single district or place. It comprises many districts and taluk head quarters of Karnataka. Why do we call it Malnad or Malenadu? The literal translation of this Kannada word MaleNaadu is like this Male means forest and Nadu is land. The land of forest, valleys, streams and natural wonders is what we call as Malnad.

En route to Malnad there are many places and exiting historical monuments in Karnataka that you may have missed to visit all these days. Malnad region comprises some of the most celebrated holiday destinations in Karnataka like Coorg, Chikmgalur, Thirthahalli, Sakleshpur, Kodachadri, Agumbe, Shimoga, Jog Falls… Those who spend their time in mechanical city life certainly feel rejuvenated by staying in these beautiful places rich with greenery. Homestays in Karnataka are visited by travelers from across India and other foreign countries because of its rich heritage and abundant natural sceneries.

The Karnataka Homestays located in this region are catering the hospitality, local tradition and life style for the guests. Hospitality is the sole concern as maintained by the hosts of this region. Dating back to early days, even before the homestay concept became popular in malnad region, people of this region were well known for the simplicity and hospitality. The warmth of the hosts in malnad region is driving more and more people to visit this mesmerizing holiday destination. Credit also goes to Karnataka Tourism Development Corporation (KSTDC) which is supporting the mushrooming of these homestays across the Malnad belt.

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