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  • Tourist Places near Bangalore within 200 km encircles camping at Nandi Hills (INR 1500 Only), Anthargange trek, day out in Ramanagaram (Flat 15% Off), Bheemeshwari, Mysore and many more such places are the centre of attraction for tourist.  

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    For an amazing weekend getaway, you can begin by taking a trekking tour to the famous Sholay Hills of Ramanagaram. These hills are barely 50 km away from Bangalore, which is just a stone’s throw. Another name in the places around Bangalore within 200kms are Savandurga trek, Srirangapatna, Bheemeshwari etc. These are some popular trekking and sightseeing avenue near to Bangalore within 200kms.

    Limited Offer: Upto 30% Off on camping around Bangalore within 200kms.

    For the Adventurers, the option for trekking in Kunti Betta, a historically important hill, is always open and waiting to dazzle the visitors. And for the lovers of grand sights, the falls at Shivansamudram waterfall will leave you in awe of the power of nature. When you are looking for options on where to go but not stray too far away, this guide is what you should definitely not let go off.
  • Places Around Bangalore Within 100 Km

  • 01Nandi Hills - A Green Gelight

    Nandi Hills - A Green Gelight
    Distance from Bangalore: 60km

    The most approachable tourist place around Bangalore within 200 km is Nandi Hills, an old hill fort nearly 1479 m above sea levels. These hills were once a summer retreat for Tipu Sultan and are very popular with visitors who wish to see a mesmeric sunrise or sunset from its summit.

    At the peak, there are several attractions for the visitors including a 600-meter high cliff called Tipu’s Drop, Tipu’s summer palace and fort, Yoga Nandishvara Temple, Gandhi Nilaya, the Nehru House and a beautiful lake called Amrita Sarovar. 

    The surrounding jungles are favoured by migratory birds which make it an ideal trip for bird watchers too. Even before driving to the top, you could visit the Bhoganandeeswara Temple located at the foothills of the nearby village of Nandi.

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  • 02Ramanagaram - The Sholay Hills

    Ramanagaram - The Sholay Hills
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    Distance from Bangalore: 50km

    Ramnagaram, barely 50 kms from Bangalore’s fringes, is one place frequented by rock climbing and bouldering enthusiasts by the drove. It has a profusion of tall granite hills on its border, popularly known as the ‘Sholay Hills’. The three most commonly visited for rock climbing being Ramadevarabetta, SRS betta and Thenginkalbetta. 

    This town, famed for its silk industry, is also home to Ramadevarabetta Vulture Sanctuary that protects long-billed vultures on the brink of extinction. When on a trip to this tourist place near Bangalore (within 200), one can also visit the man-made lake of Kanva reservoir formed by the waters of river Kanva.

    Ramnagara Night Trek with camping and Bonfire
    Explore the rocky landscapes of Ramnagara on a night trek amongst the peace and quiet of nature, topped off with a  gorgeous sunrise the next morning!
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  • 03Kanakpura


    Distance from Bangalore: Kanakpura is located at a distance of 55 km from Bangalore.

    Another beautiful destination which you should definitely visit near Bangalore within 100kms is Kanakapura. Arranged 55 km from Bengaluru, this town is renowned for the generation of silk and rock. It is situated among the rich green timberlands of the province of Karnataka and The town is a tourist hotspot and a frequently went to visitor most loved in the whole territory of Karnataka, as it has something for everybody running from devoted trekkers to history buffs and wild life enthusiast.

    Soak in the amazing beauty of the region while you head out for a vacation here. Whether you are with your friends or family you will have the best of time here. This region is also known for its granite and silk and people from all over the world come to buy silk clothes from here.

    Activities: This region is very famous for trekking, camping, hiking, wild life enthusiast as well as history buffs.

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  • 04Skandagiri

    Image Credit : Vandan Desai

    Distance from Bangalore: 60km

    Skandagiri, one of the most famous trekking location near Bangalore, also known as Kalavara Durga, is an ancient mountain fortress located 3 km from Chikballapur overlooking the Nandi Hills, Muddenahalli, and Kanivenarayanapura. On a one day trip from Bangalore to Skandagiri, one can undertake an easy, 2-hour trek up a well-marked route on the 1350 m high peak. At the top of the hill is an 18th century fort, which is now in a dilapidated state and which you can see throughout the walk uphill, along with an abandoned temple.

    Getting close to the top of the hill, one can see lush vegetation while the summit offers sweeping views of the basin below. Most trekkers climb up this precipitous hill early in the morning to reach the peak just in time to view the sun rising slowly at the distance. Tourists must definitely carry their camera and take spectacular pictures of 360 degree views of the surrounding landscape.

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  • 05Anthargange - For Rocky Thrills

    Distance from Bangalore: 60km

    A mere 4 kms from the gold-mining town of Kolar is the hilly spot called Anthargange which is known among locals for the temple located at the base of its rocky mountain. Meaning "Ganges from deep" in Kannada, this mountain has a narrow and precipitous trail that leads to its peak. 

    Composed of granite rocks and with stones scattered all around, the place is ideal to practice rock climbing and rappelling on its massive boulders suitable for this adventure activity.  You can go on a trek up the slopes to visit any of the seven villages that stand on these hills.

    This tourist place near Bangalore within 200 kms is a haven for those interested in spelunking and exploring the insides of natural formations made of volcanic rocks since there are a lot of caves here. Some of these caves have constricted interiors, forcing you to creep forward on all fours to make your way through.

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  • 06Wine Tour in Bangalore Flat 16% Off

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    • The tour, which is of around 60 minutes, starts in the morning at around 10.30 AM. Guests are informed about the history of wine and its cultivation before proceeding to witness the actual process at the vineyard.
    • Practically every aspect of wine-making is discussed-right from fermentation to bottling and final labeling.
    • The most awaited part of the tour is when guests sample up to 5 different varieties of wines-of which two are of Indian origin and the rest are French. 
    • Taste some of the best wines with the world on your palette. 
    • Indulge in this 1 hour experience and emerge as a wine connoisseur at the end of it. You can choose any time between 10:30 AM and 04:00 PM.
    • This tour is not applicable for children. 
  • 07Savandurga


    Distance from Bangalore: Savandurga is located at a distance of 60 kms from Bangalore.

    What could be a better way to spend your getaway away from the hustle and bustle of life? Another destination which is a must visit for you while you are in Bangalore is Savandurga. Arranged 60 kms toward the west of Bangalore, Savandurga, thought to be one of the biggest single rock formations in the whole of Asia. This region includes two hills Karigudda (black hill) and Billigudda (white hill) and also has a temple located at the foothills.

    One can also see a very beautiful lake nearby the temple. Get a chance to explore the beauty of the region while you witness the Akravati Lake.  It makes for a simple and pleasant trek and furthermore has an enduring lotus lake in it. It is frequented by explorers for trekking, camping and rock climbing.

    Activities: This region is very famous for trekking, camping, hiking and rock climbing.

  • 08Bidadi


    Distance from Bangalore: 40 km

    Take a fresh breath of air and let your muscles relax and revel in adventure as you embark on a cycling tour of the green escapes of Bidadi. Located just outside the city it is one of the fun and adventurous getaway places to visit around Bangalore within 200 km. The small yet amazing peaceful town of Bidadi will surely excite and amaze you.

  • 09Kabbaladurga Trek, Kanakapura

    Kabbaladurga Trek, Kanakapura

    Distance from Bangalore: 60 kms

    Set amidst picturesque surroundings, Kanakapura range has several trekking trails like Bananthimari Betta, Bilikal Betta, Kabbaldurga and so on. The diverse terrain of Kanakapura is ideal for corporate outings that include activities such as trekking and sightseeing.  

    Situated at a distance of 55 km from Bangalore, Kanakapura has an elevation of 2,090 feet. The town of Kanakapura is famous for its silk and granite industries. Situated on the banks of the River Arkavathi, Kanakapura is blessed with natural beauty. Surrounded by luxuriant greenery, the scenic and serene atmosphere of Kanakapura is ideal for a quiet holiday or an adventure filled corporate team off-site from Bangalore. You can indulge in activities such as Kayaking, ATV rides or a thrilling game of paintball organized by Thrillophilia.

    Best Season: Nov to Feb

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     4 Kms

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  • 10Mekedatu Falls - A Scenic Picnic Location

    Mekedatu Falls - A Scenic Picnic Location
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    Distance from Bangalore: 93 km

    Mekedaatu, or 'goat's leap' in Kannada, is a delightful picnic location along Kaveri not very far from the rural parts of Bangalore district. The coming together of Rivers Kaveri and Arkavati takes place at the Sangama area and then 3.5 kms downstream, the river Kaveri flows through a very deep and narrow gorge of hard granite rock forming the Mekedatu Falls. 

    The river, which is more than 150 meters wide at the meeting point (at Sangama) flows through the hardly 10-meter-wide gorge at this point. Of all the places to visit near Bangalore within 200 kms, this is the closest where you get to view such a spectacular waterfall. One can also visit the Chunchi Falls which are in the vicinity of Mekedatu and are equally popular amongst visitors for their scenic location.

  • 11Chunchi Falls

    Chunchi Falls
    Image Credit : Joseph D'Mello - Flickr
    Distance from Bangalore: 83 kms.

    If you are photography buff and planning to click some good shots then this is the perfect spot for you. Plan a trip to the Chunchi Falls and make your weekend more fun and interesting. Nourished by stream Arkavati, Chunchi falls is on the way to Mekedatu and Sangama, it is the amongst ideal destinations for road trip close Bangalore. Sangama is a spot where 3 waterways join and move through Mekedatu a rough valley. The course to Chunchi Falls is loaded with greenery.

    It is a perfect spot to swim, play and unwind in water in the midst of actually framed rock arrangements. This spot is typically swarmed on weekends. Stroll through the place to reach the waterfall. Marvel at the sight of the waterfall which drops from a height of around 100 feet through different levels into a little pool making a swimming pool with running water. 

  • 12Big Banyan Tree

    Big Banyan Tree
    Image Credit : GoDakshin - Flickr
    Distance from Bangalore: 30 km

    Well guys while you are in the IT hub of India you will definitely fell like spending some time exploring the places near Bangalore. Well then don’t miss a chance to visit this exotic location and witness the big banyan tree which is already a hit among the people. This Banyan tree is located at a distance of about 30 km from the Bangalore city. This Banyan tree is situated at the Ramohalli Village close to Kengeri. This is the fourth biggest Banyan tree and is about 400 years old.

    The interesting thing about this Banyan tree is that it is spread over with several aerial roots or prop roots. It is spread over 3 acres of land. It is believed that this banyan tree is a symbol of the trinity with the roots representing Lord Shiva. It is believed to cure all the illness. Soak in the beauty of the surroundings and admire the green vicinity surrounding the whole place. While you are planning to visit in the weekends plan a trip along with your friends which will be more fun.

  • 13Jakkur

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    Distance from Bangalore: 16 km

    If you are a chocolate lover and are looking for chocolate lover’s places near Bangalore within 200 km then Jakkur is your ideal go-to spot! Proudly boasting of being an airfield right in the midst of the city, the destination also plays host to a delectable chocolate factory!

  • 14Shivaganga Hill

    Shivaganga Hill
    Distance from Bangalore: 60 km

    For the adventure seekers in Bangalore, this is the perfect spot for you. Head put for an exciting trekking expedition in the Shivaganga Hill and rejuvenate yourself. After a long tiring week of working from 10-5 hrs. this will be a treat to yourself where you will feel refreshed. Nothing can make your morning special then this visit to the Shivaganga Hill. This hill is located at Hindu pilgrimage centre located near Dobbaspet. Once you reach the hill you will see that on the top of a steep rock there is a historical rock statue of Nandi is carved which is considered very sacred by the people.  

    It is said that the hills look like a ‘Shiva Linga’ when seen from one of the sides. Get the spiritual touch as you visit some of the famous temple located in this region like Patalagange, Olakala teertha, Nandi and Veerabhadreshwara temple in Shivagange. One can also find the Shiva Ganga on the south side of the hill. If you are planning to trek then this is the time when to trek to the top of the hill to enjoy the mesmerizing view. 
  • 15Avani

    Distance from Bangalore: 94.4 km

    On the off chance that you are burnt out on simply investigating the waterfall then visit this somewhere else close Bangalore which is another best goal for you. What's more, in the event that you want to learn history then this is the ideal spot for you. Avani is a little town in Mulbagal taluk, Kolar region in Karnataka, India, around ten miles from Kolar Gold Fields.

    This place is mainly known as the place where Sita resided during her exile. This temple is one of only a handful couple of temple which is mainly dedicated to Sitadevi in India. There is a conviction that the sage Valmiki, the creator of the epic Ramayana, was dwelling here amid the time of Ramayana. What could be better than spending some time with your loved one exploring this religious village? So guys just pack your bags and head out for this town.

  • 16Muthyala Maduvu/Pearl Valley

    Muthyala Maduvu/Pearl Valley
    Image Credit : Narasimhachar T S - Flickr
    Distance from Bangalore: 40 km

    There is no doubt in that while you are in Bangalore you can miss to visit the waterfall. Soak yourself in the majestic beauty of this region and enjoy the beauty of the mountain ranges. The best thing is about the view of the place where you can see the water which falls from the side creating an illusion of a string of pearls, this is how it got its name Pearl Valley. For the photography buff this is like a double treat for you where you can click some best pictures.

    The waterfall is said to be dedicated to a Lord Shiva and lot of people visit this place every year to offer their prayer in the mornings. Listen to the sound of the musical waterfall and also enjoy the view of the birds flocking together near the waterfall. If you want you can also visit the Thattekere Lake which is just located nearby to this majestic waterfall.

  • 17Channarayana Durga

    Channarayana Durga
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    Distance from Bangalore: 100 km

    Following a long tiring day at work arrange an exceptional weekend to this another best places to visit in Bangalore Channarayana Durga. This is a standout amongst the most explored spot where you can invest some energy near nature. This spot is a twofold treat for the enterprise seekers who can invest some time appreciating the magnificence of nature while going out on a trek. Originally worked by the rulers of Madhugiri, it later fell under the control of Marathas.

    Later in the years it was control for some time by the Marathas and Mysore Wodeyers. The British assumed control over the fortification amid third Mysore war and after that surrendered it. All that is left now is the ruins. This hillock is not really known not are couple of temples structures inside the fortification. In spite of the fact that the greater part of the spot is in remains with no consideration, the vast majority of the spot appears to be in place and is one of the major tourist attraction.

  • 18Devarayanadurga

    Image Credit : Pilar Sáenz - Flickr
    Distance from Bangalore: 65 km

    Well, how about a visit to a hill station near Bangalore on your weekend, sounds interesting right? Well then hit the roads and make your weekend special with a visit to the Devarayanadurga which is one of the most visited hill station near Bangalore. This exotic hill station is situated at 4000 feet and has many temples at the top. Soak in the amazing view of the surroundings. This rocky hills is enclosed by lush green forest and has many temples which are of great significance.

    The best thing about the hill top is the natural spring which is another tourist attraction at this place. This spring is said to have originated from the Jayamangali and Shimsha rivers. Some of the famous temples of this region are Yoganarasimha and the Bhoganarasimha temples and an altitude of 3940 feet. There is another famous temple Mahalakshmi Temple at Goravanahalli which is very famous among the people.

  • Places around Bangalore Within 200 Km

  • 19Mysore - Majestic City

    Mysore - Majestic City
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    Distance from Bangalore: 143km

    The majestic city of Mysore is one of the tourist places near Bangalore within 200 kms that serves as a getaway destination for hundreds of visitors each year. The city’s Amba Vilas Palace is a hub of tourist movement during the 10-day Dasara festival conducted here annually with much pageantry. The Mysore Palace, along with the Jaganmohana Palace, the Jayalakshmi Vilas and the Lalitha Mahal, is one of the most frequented locations here. 

    Other than palaces, some of the places in Mysore you could visit include the Mysore Zoo, Railway Museum, Chamarajendra Academy of Visual Arts and the Regional Museum of Natural History. Chamundeshwari Temple, atop the Chamundi Hills, is a prominent spiritual place and is a short drive from Mysore. Not very far from the city are the Krishnarajasagar Dam and the Brindavan Gardens bordering it, where a musical fountain show is organised every evening.

    Places to Stay: 11 Best Resorts in Mysore

  • 20Kunti Betta Trek

    Distance from Bangalore: 130 km 

    This is another trekking trail which is very famous with the Bangaloreans. The trekking trail is situated in the pleasant destination of Pandavpura and is known for its relationship with the Pandavas, characters from the Hindu legendary epic of Mahabharata. It is trusted that amid their outcast, the Pandavas invested a lot of energy in the district. Apart from this mythological connection the astonishing scene of the territory likewise makes Kunti Betta a mainstream goal for
    trekking close Bangalore.

    Another speciality of this trek is that it is very famous for offering special night trek which is very famous among the people residing nearby. Kunti Betta basically involves two rocky hills that are arranged at the greatest stature of 2,882 feet above ocean level.

    The trail shows an altogether unique view when it is navigated during the night with the moonlight illuminating the way for the trekkers. The sights and sounds that radiate from the surroundings around during night time add more beauty to this wonderful trek.

  • 21Bheemeshwari - A Place of Untamed Nature

    Bheemeshwari - A Place of Untamed Nature
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    Distance from Bangalore: 120km

    Positioned between Shivanasamudra Falls and Mekedatu, on the banks of the River Kaveri, is the Bheemeshwari Wildlife Sanctuary. Perfect for a short trip near Bangalore, it is a popular picnic spot for those who wish to participate in outdoor activities on their day out. This is one of the tourist places near Bangalore, within 200 kms. 

    Accommodation is available at local nature camps and one can visit Bheemeshwari for watching wildlife and a variety of birds residing in this region. The camps also organize activities like jungle walk, short treks nearby, rafting, kayaking and camping for those guests who avail of their hospitality.

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    Explore the picturesque locales of the jungles of Bheemeshwari on a day outing that is designed to keep you energized and entertained with a range of adventure activities. 

  • 22Sivanasamudram Falls - A Misty Cascade

    Sivanasamudram Falls - A Misty Cascade

    Distance from Bangalore: 110km

    Not far from the town of Malavalli, on the banks of the river Kaveri is the small hamlet of Shivanasamudra, which has one of the first Hydro-electric power stations in Asia. The River, having made its arduous journey over the Deccan Plateau, forms the segmented Shivanasamudram Falls when it drops down a cliff near this island town.

    The twin waterfalls, called Barachukki and Gaganchukki, are perennial but the best flow is in the monsoon season of July to October. Barachukki is the eastern branch of the falls, parts ways with the river which goes on to split into the two Gaganchukki Falls. 

    There is a watchtower at Shivanasamudra which allow you to have superb views of the Gaganachukki Falls. A popular activity that you can take part in on this tourist place near Bangalore within 200 kms is a coracle ride over the bouncing waves of the water at the foot of the falls. The island town of Shivanasamudra has a group of ancient temples located on it (one of them being the Sri Ranganathaswamy temple) which can also be visited if it interests you.

  • 23Hogenakkal - Smoking Rocks

    Hogenakkal - Smoking Rocks
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    Distance from Bangalore: 150km

    For those of you who want to experience the spectacular scene of a gushing waterfall not too far from Bangalore, the Hogenakkal Falls are just 2 hours away. Hogenakkal or ‘smoking rocks’ in Kannada, is formed when the waters of River Kaveri descend down the rocky landscape into a 20 metre deep basin near the Tamil Nadu border. It then goes on to the Mettur Dam and creates a 60 sq mi lake called Stanley Reservoir. 

    One can swim in the lower reaches of the falls where the water is relatively placid and take photographs of the fantastic sight of the gushing waters above. One of the main attractions of the area is coracle ride allowed during the dry-season when the waterfalls are not strong enough to upset the boats. Besides, the local forest department also maintains a mini zoo and a crocodile park here which can be integrated in your trip to this tourist place near Bangalore within 200 kms. 

  • 24Srirangapatna Fort - A Place of Interest

    Srirangapatna Fort - A Place of Interest
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    Distance from Bangalore: 124km

    Once the de facto capital of Mysore under Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan, Srirangapatna takes its name from the celebrated Ranganathaswamy Temple that dominates the town. The whole town is enclosed by the river Kaveri to form a river island, on which is the Srirangapatna Fort – the military bastion of Tipu Sultan built with massive granite blocks. Featuring four gates - Bangalore, Mysore, Delhi and Water and Elephant gates – one can see a large number of military, religious and civic structures inside the fort. 

    There is the Gumbaz - Tipu's marvelous tomb, the Ranganathaswamy Temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu as 'Ranganatha', the Daria Daulat Palace or the Palace of Tipu Sultan built of teakwood and adorned by colorful wall-frescoes, the Masji-e-Ala or the Juma Masjid and the Obelisk which is a war memorial. For those of you with an abiding interest in history this double-walled fort is just a two-hour drive away.

  • 25Hassan - Visit Architectural Wonders

    Hassan - Visit Architectural Wonders

    Distance from Bangalore: 185km

    Hassan town is situated 934 m above sea level with a fine weather similar to Bangalore. Named after the Goddess "Hassanamba", the city's goddess and presiding deity, it is renowned for the temple-architecture in its regions.

    Belur is one of the famous places near Hassan which, along with Halebidu, is one of the major tourist destinations in Karnataka. The main attraction in Belur which is 40 kms from Hassan, is the Chennakesava temple complex which contains the Chennakesava Temple as the centre piece, bounded by the Kappe Chennigraya temple. 

    The Halebidu Hoysaleswara Temple is 31 km from Hassan and has beautiful carvings in black stone on its outside walls. One of the most important Jain pilgrim centers, Shravanabelagola, is also situated in this district. One can pay a visit to these religious destinations to get a perspective of the various architectural styles in this area.

  • 26Yelagiri Hills - For a Relaxing Outing

    Yelagiri Hills - For a Relaxing Outing
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    Distance from Bangalore: 158km

    Yelagiri is a lesser known hill station in Vellore district of Tamil Nadu located at an altitude of 1,410 m above sea level. Situated between four mountains and spread across 30 km2, the small village has many orchards, rose-gardens, and green valleys making it a perfect place for a relaxed 2-day outing from Bangalore. One can trek up the uneven hillocks or go on long walks through narrow roads to explore the green environs of this rural retreat. 

    There is a lake too, called Punganoor, where one can head to for some leisure boating or to just sit on a bench in the neighboring children's park. The main town of Yelagiri Hills is called Athanur which is just one long, meandering road through the hills, with villages and thatched dwellings on either side. A short distance away is Jalagamparai Falls formed when the Attaru river flows through the Yelagiri Hills, and plummets down to form an attractive waterfall.

    Attractions: 8 Most popular places to visit in yelagiri

    Places to Stay: 9 Best resorts in Yelagiri

  • 27Lepakshi - A Lesser Known Treasure

    Lepakshi - A Lesser Known Treasure
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    Distance from Bangalore: 123km

    Not many of us must be aware that a lesser known tourist place near Bangalore within 200 kms is just beyond the international airport. Lepakshi, a small village located in the Anantapur District of Andhra Pradesh, is about 120 km north of Bangalore. With three shrines dedicated to Shiva, Vishnu and Virabhadra constructed during the Vijayanagara Kings' period, this place is historically and archaeologically significant. 

    On a small hillock there are many ancient temples of which the Veerabhadra Temple is the most important with stories of the Mahabharatha and the Ramayana sculpted on its walls. One of the main attractions in Lepakshi is a huge (4.5 m high and 8.23m long) Nandi bull made out of a single granite stone.

    It has been positioned such that it faces the Shiva Linga shielded by a huge serpent inside the temple. With exquisite carvings and unique architecture, this place is perfect for a weekend trip from Bangalore.

  • 28Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary - A Haven for Avian Life

    Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary - A Haven for Avian Life
    Image Credit : Venkatram Harish Belvadi

    Distance from Bangalore: 129km

    A bird sanctuary on the river Cauvery and about 13 km away from Mysore, Ranganathittu is a great spot to observe migratory birds. This is one tourist place around Bangalore within 200 kms where the bird population density is very high and the most common birds in the sanctuary are painted storks, spoon bills, white ibises, egrets, herons and partridges. Although it covers an area of 67 sq km and consists of six islets on the banks of the river Kaveri, the part that visitors are allowed to see is a slow section of the river. 

    Ranger-guided boat tours of the isles are available throughout the day, and are a good way to go near the little islands that form nesting sites for the migratory birds. There are low hanging branches as well as small rocks with crocodiles sunning themselves which is a fascinating sight. The seasons for visiting the park are from June to November when the water birds begin to nest. The best time to watch migratory birds is usually December but it can vary year to year.

  • 29Balmuri and Edumuri Waterfalls - Simply Stunning

    Balmuri and Edumuri Waterfalls - Simply Stunning
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    Distance from Bangalore: 138km

    Near the city of Mysore, Cauvery River flows wide over a rocky bed with a check dam across it to control the waters. During monsoons when the dam is filled to the brim, water overflows in a smooth extended cascade forming the Balmuri Waterfall. It is a popular picnic place for locals who enjoy its relaxing ambience as well as the boat rides in the water. 

    Also facing the waterfront is an ancient Ganapati Temple which is flocked by plenty of devotees. A little upstream along the river path is the less-crowded Edumuri Falls which is equally attractive with fields dotting the landscape nearby.

    One can even spot the KRS dam in the distance which is just 7 kms from here. With lush green surroundings, and safe waters to swim and play in, these two waterfalls are perfect to beat the effects of a scorching summer sun and feel refreshed in the process.

  • 30Shravanabelagola - Experience Serenity

    Shravanabelagola - Experience Serenity
    Image Credit : Suchana Seth

    Distance from Bangalore: 143km

    One of the most important seats of Jain pilgrimage centres is at the Shravanabelagola town located almost 150 km from Bangalore. This religious place of Jains has a deeply rooted connection to the past with Chandragupta, Ashoka and Acharya Bhadrabahu having meditated here.

    The place has two hills - Chandragiri, which has memorials to numerous monks who have meditated there since the fifth century and Vindhyagiri where the magnificent 57-feet tall monolithic statue of Gommateshvara Bahubali is located. 

    This tourist place around Bangalore within 200 kms, is a photographer’s delight especially when thousands of devotees assemble here to perform the Mahamastakabhisheka, a spectacular ceremony in which the statue is covered with milk, curds, ghee, saffron and gold coins. However, this impressive ritual is conducted only once every twelve years, the next one scheduled in 2018.

  • 31Horsley Hills - View Scenic Sights

    Horsley Hills - View Scenic Sights
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    Distance from Bangalore: 180km

    The picturesque hill station of Horsley Hills stands at a height of 4,312 feet above sea-level in Chittoor district and is the perfect sanctuary for weekend holidayers on the lookout for unspoiled air, panoramic views of the neighbouring hillocks and dense forests along with a perfect weather and stillness. 

    The area is a treasure trove of deciduous flora and fauna and is surrounded with dense growths of eucalyptus, jacaranda, allamanda and gulmohar trees. The major tourist attractions around Horsely Hills are Lakes Gangotri and Mansarovar, Highview seeing place, Gaalibanda, Environmental Park and the Horsley Hills Museum. Adventure activities like zorbing, rapelling and trekking are conducted here too which can be indulged on your trip to this quiet retreat.

  • 32BR Hills - Unique Eco System

    BR Hills - Unique Eco System
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    Distance from Bangalore: 185km

    The Biligiriranga Hills, commonly called B R Hills, is a hill range situated on that part of the Nilgiris where the Eastern & Western Ghats converge. The area is called Biligiriranga Swamy Temple Wildlife Sanctuary which has a unique eco-system supporting diverse flora and fauna types within its deciduous forests.

    The major hill in the sanctuary has the temple of Lord Rangaswamy at its pinnacle with the idols of Sri Biligiri Ranganatha and Ranganayaki the Lord's spouse housed in it. Trekking, bird watching, jungle safari, mountain biking, and wildlife photography within the forested regions are few of the activities one can indulge in when visiting this tourist place near Bangalore within 200 kms.

    With a host of places to go to within 200 kms of Bangalore, you are unlikely to run short of ideas to plan your next weekend vacation. Be it a laid back, lazy outing or an action-packed, adventurous one these destinations offer all varieties of experiences. Most of them are situated amidst natural splendor which will rejuvenate you before you head back home. So just take your pick and take off.

  • 33Talakadu

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    Distance from Bangalore: 133 km

    A lot of you are planning to visit the countryside to get the real taste of rural life. Well then what are you waiting for. This is another places to visit around Bangalore which is a must visit for you. Talakadu. This desert like town is one of the most visited place around Bangalore. People from far and wide comes to visit this village to learn about the 30 temples which is in this village. 
    It is mostly known as a pilgrimage site and is thousands of devotees visit this village every year.

    Talakadu is located on the left bank of the Kauveri River and so it is very famous for Boat ride. One can enjoy the scenic beauty of this region as they take a boat ride through the river. Whether you are going on a pilgrimage or to seek some peace and tranquillity this is the perfect location for you.
  • 34Madhugiri

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    There is another place in Bangalore which you would love to visit amid this weekend. For the adventure seekers this is one spot you ought to never miss. It is the biggest in Asia and second biggest on the planet. Settled in its precarious slants is a fortification, once credited to Hyderaali. Antaralada Bagilu, Diddibagilu, and Mysore Gate are the three doors of the post. A progression of entryways prompts the hillock.

    Once you are there you can see the ruined temple of Gopalakrishna is situated at the top. The highlight is the stone arch, on which stands a stronghold, once ascribed to Hyder Ali. There are a progression of entryways prompting the top and the trip is steep and uncovered in a few spots. There is no extra charge at the Madhugiri fortification. In this way, attempt to begin your trek as ahead of schedule as could be expected under the circumstances. At 3930 feet rise, Madhugiri is a solitary slope which stands tall and has happened to of the most loved traveller area during these days.

    Distance from Bangalore: 120 Kms

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Snow City

This indoor snow theme park garners plenty of visitors who aim to escape in the scorching heat by entering a snow house that spans an area of 12,500 sq. feet. The unparalleled experience of playing, sliding and throwing snow at each other can be achieved in the middle of a tropical town and you do not have to travel to the mighty Himalayas, neither have to wait for the winters. The freezing hall offers a number of crazy slides and rides with skiing and rock climbing activities. Snow city is the first indoor theme park in the city which is open 365 days maintaining a temperature of minus 5 degree Celsius. The crazy snow box, various virtual snow animals, snow parties and snow slides are some of the features which lure visitors into trying this freezing hangout location.

Location: Jayamahal, Fun World Complex, Opposite TV Tower, J C Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560006

Best Time to Visit: Summer season.

Price: INR 600 per head.

Timings: 10 AM to 8:30 PM on all days of the week.

Average time required to visit the place: one-time entry is for 45 minutes.

Distance from Kempe Gowda Bus stand: Around 30 KM.



If you remember the classic Sholay scenes then you will be amazed to see the rocky mountains of this town that is situated around 50 KM from Bengaluru city and Sholay was originally shot here. 

From Silk farming to Mysore-Pak, from leading into the huge Hanuman statue entrance to the Ramadevara Betta Vulture Sanctuary; Ramanagara is one of the places to visit in Bangalore to enjoy heaps of activities like camping and trekking, and also an abundance of sightseeing option. 

The iconic rock elevations where the dacoit Gabbar was filmed in the cult classic Sholay can be visited during the day where you walk and climb some steep elevations of approximately 400 staircases to reach the top where you will find a temple as well. 

These rock elevations are of Ramadevara Betta Hill which is a part of Ramadevara betta Vulture Sanctuary.

Location: Mysore Road, Ramanagara, India

Best Time to Visit: Winter season (November to March)

Price: Ramadevara Betta hill can be visited by paying an entry charge of INR 25 with a separate parking charge.

Timings: The gates of the sanctuary open around 9 AM and closes by 4:30 to 5 PM.

Distance from Kempe Gowda Bus stand: Around 55 KM



Bheemeshwari is a short distance hideaway in the Mandya district of Karnataka and is situated around a hundred KM from the city on the banks of river Cauvery.  This picturesque is visited mostly for fishing and angling as it is an ideal destination to indulge in such activities. 

It is home to Mahseer, the tropical game  fish along with schools of other fishes and that is why it is called “the angler’s paradise.” Wedged amid the Shivanasamudra falls and the Mekedatu falls, Bheemeshwari lures travelers with its mesmerizing natural beauty. 

Sangam in Bheemeshwari is the confluence point of river Cauvery and river Akravati which enables many water activities such as boating, rafting, coracle rides etc. Kokrebellur Pelicanry is another attraction is Bheemeshwari which one of the five most famous pelican breeding habitats in the world. It is one of the famous sightseeing places in Bangalore that is a ‘must-visit’ location.

Location: 100 KM on the Kanakapura road from Bangalore.

Best Time to Visit: Monsoon season or post-monsoon, winter season.

Average time required to visit the place: one or two days.

Distance from Kempe Gowda Bus stand: Approximately 100 KM.


Dodda Alada Mara

The sprawling branches of a Banyan tree has captured a land of over 3 acres in Kethohalli village, making it one of the unique sightseeing places in Bangalore. This 400-year-old Banyan tree is stated to be the second largest tree in the country and the first largest in Karnataka. 

A thousand aerial roots hanging out from this tree covers a circumference of over 250 meters. Dodda Alada Mara is a well-maintained and well-kept secret of Karnataka which is properly fenced and protected with cemented seats placed beside it for the visitors to enjoy the magic of nature. 

The interesting fact about Dodda Alada Mara is that it stands erect on the thousand aerial root without having the main root as it died out of some natural diseases in the past.

Location: Tavarekere Hobli, Bengaluru, Karnataka

Best Time to Visit: Evenings are ideal to spend at Dodda Alada Mara to enjoy cool breezes and a blazing sunset.


Timings: 9:30 AM to 9:30 PM on all days of the week.

Distance from Kempe Gowda Bus stand: Around 26 KM.

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