14 Attractions to Explore Near Chandravalli Caves
Know more about Chandravalli Caves
Chitradurga Rd, Shivani, Karnataka 577549, India
Chandravalli cave is a prehistoric site or cave which have a temple in semilunar shape.
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0.16km from Chandravalli Caves
It is a prehistoric site lake which has a lot of history to say.
1.68km from Chandravalli Caves
This is a historical hole used for escaping the soldiers inside the Chitradurga fort. This hole has a lot of history .
2.24km from Chandravalli Caves
One of the most famous fort in Karnataka built in 17th century. Chitradurga fort is world famous fort built around 11th and 13th century. The fort was built by different rulers of Chalukyas, Hoysalas and the Vijayanagara Empire.
Jogimatti Forest and widlife sanctuary
3.8km from Chandravalli Caves
Hill station and a forest reserve in Chitradurga district.Best for trekking.
Vani Vilasa Sagara
37.15km from Chandravalli Caves
Vani Vilasa Sagara, popularly known as Mari Kanive is a dam in Hiriyur Taluk, Constructed across Vedhavathi river which is a tributary of Krishna river.
51.99km from Chandravalli Caves
Also called as"Sulekere" is the Asia's second largest irrigation tank located in ht heart of Davangere.
53.6km from Chandravalli Caves
Historically important fort.Built in 1770 AD, the hill fort of Channagiri is located to the west of the present Channagiri town.
Kaggaladu Bird Sanctuary
67.78km from Chandravalli Caves
Kaggaladu bird sanctuary is the second largest painted storks sanctuary in south India. there are so many rare birds migrating here in all time.
83.21km from Chandravalli Caves
A temple built in 987 AD. It was an important agrahara from the times of the western Chalukyas.
Ranebennur Blackbuck Deer Sanctuary
89.76km from Chandravalli Caves
Renebannur blackbuck sanctuary was declared as a sanctuary mainly to protect blackbucks which have a vast core area. A very good trekking place, off-road area and much more.
Shivappa Nayaka Palace
91.41km from Chandravalli Caves
A Government museum, a protected monument, historically important place named after the 17th century King Shivappa Nayaka of Keladi Nayaka dynasty
97.98km from Chandravalli Caves
Bhadra dam a wildlife sanctuary and tourist destination which is located on Bhadra river, a tributary of Thungabadra river
Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary
98.51km from Chandravalli Caves
Covering a vast area of 490 sq kilometres which is surrounded by the hills of the western ghats on all sides
98.59km from Chandravalli Caves
One of the panoramic tourist places in Chikmagalur surrounded by serene valleys and has a small temple of Veerabhadra.