Getaways in Bangalore

  • Nagarhole

    While man may never go back to his jungle-dwelling self, places like Nagarhole National Park (also called Rajiv Gandhi National Park)in Karnataka help the urban man (and woman) relive the good old days, when life was all about not getting eaten by a sabre-toothed feline. Nestled in the mist-laden, mysterious land of Kodagu, Nagarhole, when...

  • Anthargange

    Hills and Karnataka go hand in hand, but Anthargange is a hill with a difference in it that it is arguably the best trekking destination in the state. No,its not the hardest or the longest,but it surely caters to everyone and has a view to die for at thetop. So you maybe an amateur putting...

  • Bannerghatta National Park

    Bangalores reputation as one of the cleanest and most eco-friendly metro cities in India is not undeserved. With numerous efforts in place for environmental conservation, Bannerghatta National Park in Bangalore is one of the best venues to experience the richness of nature. If you cant wait to immerse yourself in the abundant greenery and wild...

  • Chunchi Falls

    The Chunchi Falls near Bangalore is an underrated, offbeat location that many often forget to add to their travel check list. But if youre someone whos dauntless and up for an amazing journey, you would truly be missing out if you dont visit Chunchi Falls. Since this location remains relatively obscure as compared to the...

  • Bandipur National Park

    Bandipur NationalPark in Karnataka is full ofincredible sights that are sure to blow your mind. Nestled in the outskirts of Chamarajanagar district, Bandipur forest (also called the Bandipur Tiger Reserve) officially became a national park in 1974.Planning totake a trip to this natural wonderalready?You might want to read what follows- a comprehensiveguide to this natural...

  • Hogenakkal Falls

    With a snazzy sounding name, Hogenakkal Falls havebeen a popular weekend getaway for Bangaloreans for long. Hogenakkal, which literally translates smoking rocks, is a waterfall that is wider than it is taller. It is also revered by the locals who believe the water is magical and blessed by the Gods.(Incidentally, the water does have soothing...

  • Yercaud Hills

    When Bangaloreans want a raise (the literal kind), they end up going to Yercaud. Located in Tamil Nadus Salem district and surrounded by the Shevaroys range of hills, Yercaud is the only hill station in South India which has a natural lake. The town is quaint, the people hospitable and the weather pleasant; thus Yercaud...

  • Lepakshi

    Located in the Anantapur district of Andhra Pradesh, Lepakshi is a small village not very far from Bangalore that will take you back in history. Known for its 16th century Vijaynagar style architecture, the temple ruins of Lepakshi serve as a treat for the traveler”s eyes. The place also bears significance for a number of...

  • Nandi Hills

    When people of Bangalore want a weekend filled with tranquility, Nandi Hills is their default destination. A quaint hill surrounded by nothing but the soothing buzz of nature, Nandi Hills serves as the perfect getaway for city dwellers. If youre wondering whether or not to take a trip to Nandi Hills, heed to the words...