Karnataka is the sixth largest state, located in the south-western part of India, surrounded by the Arabian Sea on the west and shares borders with Goa, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Kerala. The state has three main regions: the coastal plains, the Western Ghats running parallel to the coastline; and the inland plains of the Deccan Plateau. It is the producer of 90% of gold, about 60% of coffee and a significant amount of raw silk and sandalwood products. Bangalore now known as Bengaluru is the capital of the state. Karnataka doesn’t have a very long coastline but has some of the most beautiful beaches in India. Kannada is the main language spoken here. The state is famous for its natural, cultural and architectural heritage.
The Bangaluru Airport is well connected with the major cities of the country.
The main railway station is at Begaluru which is well linked with the rest of India.
Karnataka is well connected with the major cities of the neighboring states by road.
The peak season for Karnataka travel is from October to March, covering the post-monsoon and winter seasons, as the climate is generally pleasant over the entire State. The short winter period does not result in harsh cold weather and thus making it the ideal time to visit Karnataka.