Bidar Tourism, India 2020 ( Tours & Activities)
Bidar is a historical city with many architectural wonders that dates back to the reign of the Chalukyas, Muhammad Bin Tughlaq and many others. SOme of the most intriguing architectural masterpieces are Bidar Fort, Rangin Mahal, Bahamani Tombs, Chaubara, Solah Khamba Mosque and several others. Bidar was a power center for many of the ancient rulers of different dynasties. 

Some of the most incredible attractions in Bidar include temples, forts, mosques, tombstones and several ancient ruins that have fascinated many visitors over time. The other attraction here is its rich flora and fauna. The rich soil on the banks of the Krishna and the Godavari Rivers that meanders through the city, is conducive for the growth and propagation of these endemic flora and fauna. 

Some of the best attractions in Bidar are Narasimha Jhira Cave Temple, Bidar Fort, Rangin Mahal, Bahamani Tombs, Solah Khamba Mosque, Chaubara, Mohammad Gawan Madrasa and many more. Bidar also has the second largest Air Force training centre in India. Another speciality of Bidar is the Bidari traditional handicraft, wood carving work, sandalwood products and silver work. 

Bidar offers you many outdoor activities, you can catch a car to enjoy the safaris in the Honnikeri Reserve and enjoy many animals including the spiral-horned blackbuck. Apart from exploring the forests, you can trek on the hills of Bidar. Coracle ride in Bilaspur lake is also very popular in Bidar and one of the best outdoor activities in the city. 

If you want to truly explore Bidar at its best then plan your visit here between October to March. Bidar is the coldest and wettest place in Karnataka. Keeping this in mind, try to avoid monsoon as you might get heavy rainfall and strong winds. If you want to catch as many cultural programs and events as possible, then visit Bidar in March or October.

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