20 Attractions to Explore Near Linganamakki Reservoir
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Sharavati Valley Wildlife Sanctuary
2.58km from Linganamakki Reservoir
Spread over an area of 431.23 km2, it has dense evergreen and semi-evergreen forests. The sanctuary is a refuge of the endangered lion-tailed macaque.
19.86km from Linganamakki Reservoir
Accessed by hiking, this is a series of six cascading waterfalls hidden from one other. The trek from the first fall to the 6th fall includes steeper trek that runs through forest, water, and rocks.
19.99km from Linganamakki Reservoir
Nestled within the lush green folds of Saravathi wildlife sanctuary, it is a storied waterfall reachable through picturesque trails.
22.32km from Linganamakki Reservoir
13th highest peak of Karnataka state. Surrounded by dense forests and breathtaking views, it is a major attraction for hikers. At the top of the peak stands a stone-built temple dedicated to Adi Shankara.
Sri Mookambika Temple
23.32km from Linganamakki Reservoir
The famous temple located in the valley of Kodchadri peak. A good place for mental rejuvenation and for spiritual energy.
25.93km from Linganamakki Reservoir
The Koosalli Waterfalls is a large waterfall located in a deep, rocky forest area. It is a cascading waterfall with six different waterfalls dropping from a height of about 470 feet.
Gudavi Bird Sanctuary
44.53km from Linganamakki Reservoir
217 diffrent rare species fo birds belonging to 48 families are found at this place.
45.43km from Linganamakki Reservoir
"Murdeshwar" is another name of the Hindu god Shiva. Famous for the world's tallest Shiva statue, this beach town lies on the coast of the Arabian Sea and is also famous for the Murdeshwar Temple.
48.05km from Linganamakki Reservoir
NH-66 runs next to the beach and the Suparnika River flows on the other side of the road, creating a spectacular scenery here.
Aanegudde Shree Vinayaka Temple, Kumbhashi
58.11km from Linganamakki Reservoir
One of the seven places of pilgrimage in the region called ‘Parashurama Srishti’ which are believed to be created by sage Parashurama. Anegudde means elephant (Aane) hillock (Gudde) and it is the abode of the elephant god, Sri Vinayaka.
62.15km from Linganamakki Reservoir
A mountain peak crowning dense forests. There is a Jain Temple at the top of the mountain, and two small ponds formed by the rock on one side of this temple provided water to earlier sages.
62.29km from Linganamakki Reservoir
Also known as Pegion island situated near to the Muradeswar. It is a heart shaped island.
Onake Abbi Falls
63.02km from Linganamakki Reservoir
Towering waterfall dropping from a high rock cliff. Hike for about 1.5 hours to reach the falls. Water drops from over 200 feet into a pool.
64.64km from Linganamakki Reservoir
A settlement nestled in the thickly forested Malenadu region of the Western Ghats mountain range. Owing to its high rainfall, it is referred to as "The Cherrarapunji of the south". Agumbe is associated with rainforest conservation efforts, documentation of medicinal plants, trekking, and photography. There is also a sanctuary for King Cobra here.
66.29km from Linganamakki Reservoir
One of the ten highest waterfalls in India. Formed by River Seetha River, the waterfall offers most amazing views during the rainy season.
Mandagadde Bird Sanctuary
69.47km from Linganamakki Reservoir
One of the 20 important sanctuaries in India. The sanctuary is situated on an island that spans an area of 1.14 acres and it is surrounded by forest and river Tunga. Over 5,000 birds here during the peak season from July to September, boating can be taken for closer viewing of the nesting birds.
71.33km from Linganamakki Reservoir
Vibhoothi waterfalls is one of the many waterfalls in the western ghats. surrounded by large rocks and limestone deposits. The waterfall is a picturesque spot which flows in steps that make it the ideal refuge spots for the summer.
Shivappa Nayaka Palace
74.75km from Linganamakki Reservoir
A Government museum, a protected monument, historically important place named after the 17th century King Shivappa Nayaka of Keladi Nayaka dynasty
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Linganamakki Reservoir, Karnataka
Spread across the river Sharavathi, it is one of the major dams of Karnataka with a length of 2.4 kilometers. Connected by canals, the reservoir gets it's water from nearby Chakra and Savahaklu reservoirs and from rainfall in the region.