Resorts & Hotels in Shimoga
The metropolitan city of the Shimoga District located in the Karnataka State; Shimoga gets its name from Shiva Mukha, a term which translates as the ‘Face of Shiva’. Shimoga is a natural wonder and a pride to the entire Karnataka State with its rich abundance of waterfalls, paddy fields and panoramic landscapes. The rich cultivation attributes of Shimoga has earned it the title of Karnataka’s ‘Rice Bowl’. Positioned towards 273km to the Southern West part of Bangalore, this city is surrounded by Chukmagalur in the South East, Davanagere in the East, Udupi in the Southern West, North Canara in the Northern West and the Haveri in Northern East. The three rivers, Tungabhadra, Sharavathi and Varada flow through Shimoga accounting for the city’s teeming paddy production.
The history of this profuse city is traced back to the times of Emperor Ashoka during the third century BC. The sovereignty of Shimoga was shared by Ganga, Chalukya, Rashtrakuta, Kadamba, Hoysal, Vijayanagar, Keladi Nayaka kings and Maharajas of Mysore during various times of its history.
Also known as the ‘Land of Hills’, Shimoga enjoys a tropical climate containing both wet and dry seasons. Jog Falls, one of India’s highest and most spectacular waterfalls, a memorable sunset in Agumba and Kodachadri, the town’s highest peak point where a Western Ghats hill station is located are some of the most popular attractions of Shimoga. The Mangalore airport with a distance of 140km is the nearest to Shimoga. A busy railway station connection to different Indian cities and a thriving taxi service keeps Shimoga well connected to all other parts of the country. During October to March this city experiences the most influx of tourists.
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