Tourist Attractions from Hubballi

Sathoddi Falls - 57 Kms

Hubli is one of the fastest developing cities in the state of Karnataka after Bengaluru. It is often regarded as ‘Chota Mumbai’ due to its high growth rate.

Magod Falls - 88 Kms

Situated about 88 kilometers from Hubli, Magod Falls are for those nature lovers who love visiting waterfalls with immense beauty around them.

Jog Falls - 190 Kms

Situated near Shimoga, about 190 kilometers from Hubli, the water falls from an altitude of 900 feet, making it the highest waterfall in India.

Sogalla Falls - 75 Kms

Located about 75 kilometers from Hubli, Sogalla Falls is another popular waterfalls near the city. A dip in the clean fresh water of Sogalla Falls

Dandeli - 58 Kms

This town under the Uttara Kannada District of Karnataka is considered as one of the most beautiful places and the major credit goes to the dense cover of natural forests.

Badami - 88 Kms

Earlier the capital of the Chalukya Kingdom, Badami is located in the North Karnataka District and is a part of Bagalkot.

Karwar - 127 Kms

This is a Coastal Town at the point where the River Kali meets the Arabian Sea. The beautiful beach here is a natural port where ships and come and go from.

Panaji - 146 Kms

This is the capital of the state of Goa and is probably the smallest state capital. Panaji is also the headquarters of the North Goa District.

Gokarna - 128 Kms

A small town in the state of Karnataka, Gokarna is about 5 hours away from Goa. The town is considered holy for Hindus as there are some very revered temples here.

Hampi - 150 Kms

Hampi (Hampe) is a village and temple town recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, listed as the Group of Monuments at Hampi in northern Karnataka, India.

Canacona - 127 Kms

It is beach located in Canacona, Goa and is quite untouched by tourists, it is inhabited by foreign tourists and local

Mangalore - 276 Kms

Known as the gateway to Karnataka, the picturesque city of Mangalore is famous for its golden beaches, revered temples and delicious coffee.

Shimoga - 167 Kms

This place is like nature's gift with waterfalls, mountains, oaddy fields, beautiful sceneries, gorgeous flora and fauna and what not.

Kolhapur - 180 Kms

Kolhapur, in Maharashtra, is a land of temples and regal palaces. The most revered of them is the Mahalaxmi Temple, which has a simple yet fascinating structure.

Ratnagiri - 272 Kms

A lovely city in the Konkan region of Maharashtra, Ratnagiri is a port city surrounded by the beautiful Sahyadri Hills.

Udupi - 230 Kms

Located along the coast of Karnataka, Udupi is a beautiful town famous for its delicately carved temples and calm beaches. Each temple here is a unique architectural marvel.

Satara - 286 Kms

The seven hills surrounding Satara give this picturesque district its name. Home to the popular Panchgani and Mahableshwar,

Malvan - 201 Kms

If you love mangoes, you will love Malvan! Now before you get confused, Malvan, in Maharashtra is home to India's favourite food, the Alphonso variety of mangoes.

Halebeedu - 258 Kms

A small, quaint town in Karnataka, Halebeedu is famed for its temples, built during the Hoysala dynasty. Together with Belur and Shravanabelagola, it forms the golden triangle of the state.

Sakleshpur - 280 Kms

Sakleshpur is a cozy hill station, snuggled into the Karnataka corridor of the Western Ghats. The pleasant weather and green covers make it a refreshing getaway, which is why it is often called poor man’s Ooty.

Horanadu - 235 Kms

The religious town of Horanadu lies in the beautiful Chickmagalur area along the banks of river Bhadra and is presided by the major deity, Annapurna. The drive to the peaceful village runs along tea garden

Belur - 259 Kms

Belur is a beautiful temple town in Karnataka famous for the stunning Chennakeseva Temple. Constructed to mark the victory of King Vishnuvardhana over the Cholas.