The Hoysala temple towns of Belur and Halebid
are well-known destination often visited
for some of the most magnificent temples
in India . The temples are masterpieces,
with their exteriors adorned with horizontal
friezes, sculptured in succession from the
Belur & Halebid 80 kms from Swarga
Situated on the banks of the river Hemavathy, Gorur is a village in Hassan District . Local attractions include the Gorur Dam and temples such as the Narasimha temple.
Gorur38 kms from Swarga
Shravana Belagola is a well-known place of pilgrimage for the Jain community and is known world wide for the gigantic statue of Lord Gomateshwara standing at 58 feet in height and carved out of one single rock.
102 kms from Swarga
The Bisle ghat is a stretch of forest that remains evergreen throughout the year. Winding roads take you through scenery that is breath taking and truly enchanting.
32 kms from Swarga
Built by the legendary Tippu Sultan this fort stands at 3240 feet above sea level. The unique feature of this fort is that it is I the shape of an 8-point star. Its parapet was well provided with cannon mouths and musket holes.
18 kms from Swarga
These two temple towns are situated on the Western Ghats.Subramanya is known for the famous Kukke Subramanya Temple and is located by the Subramanya river.
60 kms from Swarga
The Belur Golf Course is a 45-minute drive from the Swarga. The Nagarhole Sanctuary where a tiger conservation project is also close to the golf course.
38 kms from Swarga