Tiger Safari - 10 km from Shimoga enroute Sagar town Lions, tigers and other wild animals roam freely around the deep woods. Lion-tiger safari started way back in 1988 is an ideal picnic spot. Safari is spread over 200 hectares of dense forest area. You can witness the grace, diversity, color and marvel at the scenery and catch enlivening glimpses of lions, tigers, cheetahs, bears, Deer, and rare migratory birds, they amble around a luxuriant habitat. Regular rest and sight seeing outings organized by the forest department of the guests.
Elephant Camp - Thirthahalli the road from Shimoga, 14 km from the town you hear the elephants are reciting their lessons. Yes, this is no joke to the fact that you will find a lot of elephants are trained in the training of specialists.Elephant from the adjoining forests bathe in this spot before they return to their place in the forest. Every morning these majestic creatures waddle down the waters and, after playfully cleansed their bodies, and satiated their thirst, they leave the waters before the sun's rays become stronger. They have to deal with their daily routine only to return the next day. Mammoths they catch a glimpse of the role of water in there before 09:00.
World famous Jog falls (the highest water Falls in India - 292mtrs). Jog Falls about 100 km to north-western city of Shimoga (near the border between the districts of Shimoga and Uttar Hock). Jog Falls, created by the River Sharavathi, is the highest waterfalls in India and is situated in the Shimoga district, of Karnataka. It is 30 km from Sagara and situated in a pristine and scenic location. The falls are also known as Gerusoppe Falls orJogada Falls. As the river plunges 292 m down, It separates into four distinct waterfalls popularly named Raja, Rocket, Rani and Roarer. During the monsoons, the falls are hidden behind a thin veil of mist, surrounded by lush green vegetation, giving the place a mystical atmosphere.