Thirthahalli is a scenic town in Karnataka on the banks of the Tunga river. It has a rich cultural heritage, notable temples and attractions such as Mandagadde Bird Sanctuary and Agumbe Rainforest Research Centre.
The region is covered with lush green forests and is home to many waterfalls, hills and trekking trails. It is famous for its paddy fields and coconut plantations. The town has a rich history and is known for its contributions to Kannada literature, music and dance.
Some of the popular tourist attractions include Kuppalli Venkatappa Puttappa Memorial (Birthplace of Kuvempu), Kundadri Hill, Agumbe Rainforest Research Centre, Kavaledurga, Barkana Falls, Bhimana Katte and Chibbalagudde.
It is a blend of local and traditional flavors. Akki Roti, Ragi Mudde, Bisi Bele Baat, and Vangi Baat are some of the popular dishes. The town is well connected by road and is a popular destination for tourists who want to experience the natural beauty and cultural heritage of Karnataka.