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Emerging Explorer - South India by Shravan Regret Iyer

Shravan Regret Iyer's Emerging Explorer is a travel blog that provides information about unexplored travel destinations.

Source: https://emergingexplorer.wordpress.com

Grand Canyon right here! – Emerging Explorer

To visit this wonder land, one has to travel nearly 15,000 kms from Bengaluru, with all the expense that implies. But not many know that there’s a mini replica of the Grand Canyon right here in Karnataka, some 40 kms away from Bengaluru city.

KASARGOD, A LAND OF FORTS – Emerging Explorer

Kerala is known for its backwaters. But there is more to this state. In fact, Kasargod is full of forts and gem among those is the Bekal Fort, which gives you a panoramic view of the Arabian Sea.

BELUM CAVES – Emerging Explorer

Belum Caves in Karnool District of Andhra Pradesh is one of the largest caves in South India. The caves extend up to 3225 meters in length and 29 meters in depth. There are three well like cavities with the central one being the main entrance to the caves. The modern day existence of the caves was explored and surveyed in the year 1884 by a European named H B Foote.

STONEHENGE OF KUPPALLI – Emerging Explorer

A memorial in the form of Stonehenge of England has been built in memory of renowned
poet Kuvempu at Kuppalli. A visit here is worthwhile as you can see lush green forest.

WORLD’S BIGGEST BANYAN – Emerging Explorer

The tree known as Thimmamma Maarimanu spreads about 8 acres of land with whopping 4, 358 supporting roots, as determined in May 2010.

KUDREMUKH NATIONAL PARK – Emerging Explorer

The place for its rich bio-diversity holds UNESCO world Heritage status.

BANDAJE ARBI – Emerging Explorer

It’s one of the most picturesque places in Charmadi ranges of Western Ghats.

Elephant Business – Emerging Explorer

Dubare elephant camp is a feast for your senses. You would love it even better if you are a wildlife enthusiast. Throughout the year, you can watch elephants being trained here.

ARUNACHALA, TIRUVANNAMALAI – Emerging Explorer

The holy hill Arunachala in Thiruvannamalai is approximately 2, 669 feet above the sea level.