Jogimatti is a hill station and forest reserve in Chitradurga district, Karnataka, India. The reserve covers 10,048.97 hectares in Chitradurga, Holalkere and Hiriyur taluks, 10 kilometres south of the town of Chitradurga. There is a century-old hilltop bungalow constructed via the British to residence travellers, and a close-by temple dedicated to the local saint for whom the hill station turned into named, with 155 steps. The reserve has a small zoo known as Adumalleshwar, which the Central Zoo Authority of India ordered renovated in 2012 to higher residence the animals, and an ecotourism adventure centre which opened in 2010.
A waterfall called Himavatkedara or Himavatkedra has created a herbal cave in which a Shiva lingam and idols of Veerabhadra and Basavanna have been placed. Jogimatti is the very best point in the district, at 3,803 ft in elevation, and one of the coolest places within the state. The plants is dry deciduous wooded area and scrub. It is wealthy in flora and fauna and until the 1950s was tiger habitat, however is threatened with the aid of encroachment from farms and from close by windmills, which endanger birds. The tigers and sloth bears are pronounced to have nearly died out, and the medicinal plant life observed inside the reserve are endangered. A idea has been made to claim it a flora and fauna safe haven.