Koppa prestigious as the ‘Kashmir of Karnataka, without the snow’ is encircled by the Sahyadri Range of the Western Ghats situated at an altitude of 763 meters above sea level. Encompassed by thick forests and cloudy mountains, Koppa offers a stunning view and attracts nature darlings.

Activities: Trekking

Best Places to Visit:

Hariharapura: A center of religious importance, Hariharapura situated on the bank of River Tunga has two temples devoted to Hara (Lord Shiva) and Hari (Lord Vishnu). Hariharapura has the Sharada Lakshmi Narasimha Peetam built up by Sri Adi Shankaracharya. This place pulls great number of devotees or explorers from all around the nation.

Shakatapuram: A another site of religious significance, Shakatapuram has a Sri Vidya Peetam and a stunning temple devoted to Lord Lakshmi Narayana Swamy. Otherwise called Bhandigadi, this site draws countless pilgrims to offer their supplications to God consistently.

Best Season to Visit: Throughout the year