Looking for weekend trips around Bangalore? Blessed with a diverse terrain, the mesmeric state of Karnataka has a lot to offer. From ambling mountains to sparkling rivers, caves to fabulous trekking destinations there are many delights to unravel.
Those looking for tranquillity can bask in the lap of nature with Coorg or Chikmagalur. Adventure enthusiasts can head to the untamed land of Bheemeshwari. Also around are several wildlife sanctuaries and other exciting destinations.
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Got adventure on your mind for this weekend? Bheemeshwari is the answer to your yearnings! Bheemeshwari is situated quite close to Bangalore, which makes it an ideal location for a quick Weekend Trip from Bangalore.
Bheemeshwari is situated in the Mandya district of Karnataka and is one of the most popular tourist and adventure activity destinations within Karnataka. From adventure activities to pure tranquil serenity in the lap of nature, Bheemeshwari offers it all.
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The Bheemeshwari Wildlife Sanctuary is situated amidst the beautiful waterfalls of the Ganganachukki, the Mekedattu and Barachukki. Be it a family trip or a fun outing with office colleagues, Bheemeshwari is the place to be for a quick Weekend Trip in Bangalore.
Besides the wildlife sanctuary, Bheemeshwari is also known as a great angling spot. The abundance of sport Mahaseer attracts a large number of anglers from all over the country and the world. The Bheemeshwari wildlife sanctuary abounds in flora and fauna and offers a beautiful vista to its visitors.
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Some of the animals and reptiles found commonly in the sanctuary include otters, jackals, wild boars, deer, leopards and crocodiles. The sanctuary is also home to a large number of birds such as herons, kingfisher, ibis and cormorants, among others. The Bheemeshwari Wildlife Sanctuary also offers great accommodation facilities for those who wish to stay overnight in the reserve.
Thrillophilia offers a variety of experiences at the Bheemeshwari Wildlife Sanctuary. The most exciting of these are the overnight stays and camping expeditions at the Bheemeshwari Jungle Lodges. The jungle lodges are an oasis of luxury in the wilderness and offer the best of modern amenities and facilities. With interesting exteriors and interiors, the Bheemeshwari Jungle Lodges are the major attraction for tourists seeking an authentic experience of nights spent in the jungles.
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In Bheemeshwari, we ensure many different exciting and enthralling activities. Amongst all these, overnight stays and camping at the Bheemeshwari Jungle Lodges are the main captivating. In addition to this, you can also enjoy trekking, Kayaking, and pool kayaking in Bheemeshwari.
For the adventure corporate team outings, we organise rope activities like rope traversing, Ziplining, Burma Loops, and Jumaring. River rafting is also one of our most engrossing activities in Bheemeshwari.
Distance From Bangalore: 105 Kms
Camping: Camping in Bheemeshwari
Thrillophilia Offerings: Day Outing at Jungle Lodges Bheemeshwari
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Mysore is situated at the foothills of the Chamundi Hills and is the third largest city in Karnataka. It was the capital of the erstwhile kingdom of Mysore which was ruled by the Wodeyar dynasty.
It is also called the cultural capital of Karnataka because of its cultural ambience and achievements. Hundreds and thousands of tourists flock to Mysore throughout the year to enjoy the beauty of its palaces, its rich cultural heritage and participate in the city’s famous Dasara festival.
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Mysore is also known for its characteristic style of painting called the Mysore painting; the Mysore Pak, which is a sweet dish; the Mysore Peta, which is the traditional silk turban; and the Mysore silk sarees, which have a large fan base all around the globe.
The major attractions of Mysore are the festivities held during Dasara in the city. The festival is celebrated for 10 days and was brought into practice by the king Raja Wodeyar I in 1610. On the tenth day of the festival or Vijayadashami, Jamboo Savari or the traditional Dasara procession is held on the streets of Mysore in the months of September and October.
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An image of Goddess Chamundeshwari is carried on a decorated elephant through the city to a place called Bannimantapa. Dancers, tableaux artists and drummers accompany the elephant as it marches through the city. The celebrations of Dasara in Mysore culminate with a torchlight procession called Panjina Kavayathu in the local language on the night of Vijayadashami.
Mysore is also known as the City of Palaces. The most important palaces in Mysore include the Mysore Palace, the Jaganmohana Palace, the Rajendra Vilas, the Lalitha Mahal and the Jayalakshmi Vilas Mansion.
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While in Mysore, you can experience the royalty of this elegant city in the most imperial way. Cycling tours, city and rural walking tours and sightseeing tours are some of the best ways to unfold and explore the candidness of the city of palaces. Besides all these, we also organise visits to the Mysore artisan walks and many other delightful tours in Mysore.
Distance From Bangalore: 160 Kms
Thrillophilia Offerings: Mysore Royal Walk & Romantic Getaway in Mysore
Accommodation : Mysore resorts
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Yelagiri is a well-known hill station in Tamil Nadu. It is situated off the Vaniyambadi-Tirupattur road and is located at an elevation of 1,410 metres from sea level. Yelagiri is known for its picturesque beauty, lovely orchards, rose gardens and lush green valleys.
The hill station has been in existence since the British colonial days and was at one time the asset of the well-known Elagiri Zamindar family. The property was taken over by the Indian government in the 1950s. The Yelagiri hills have become a popular tourist destination among those who are looking for a quick Weekend Trips around places to visit in Bangalore.
Besides relishing the natural grandeur of Yelagiri, tourists can also enjoy a number of adventure activities such as rock climbing and paragliding.
Unlike the other hill stations in Tamil Nadu such as Ooty and Kodaikanal, Yelagiri does not exhibit a lot of development. However, the district administration is making efforts to promote development in Yelagiri and is promoting adventure sports such as paragliding and rock climbing to attract more and more tourists.
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Reaching Yelagiri isn’t very difficult as the road that leads to the destination is well marked with milestones and signboards. The Yelagiri hills are a very popular destination for trekking in India. There are about 14 hamlets and several temples around the hills.
The highest point in the Yelagiri hills is the Swamimalai hill, which has an elevation of 4,338 feet. The Swamimalai hill is a popular destination for trekking because of its picturesque beauty and the breath-taking view it offers from the summit. The Yelagiri hills offer a number of trekking trails which make them so popular with trekking enthusiasts.
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There are several places of interest in the Yelagiri hills such as the Jalagamparai Waterfalls, the Swami Malai Hills, the Telescope Observatory, the YMCA Camp Centre and YASA Club, among others.
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The most famous festival of the region is the Yelagiri Summer Festival which is celebrated in May. The festival is organised by the Tamil Nadu Tourism Development Board. Several stalls are set up where participants partake in flower shows, cultural programmes and dog shows. The festival is quite popular in the region and attracts a lot of participants from within the state and from other parts of the country too.
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With the different tours and cottage stays, Thrillophilia brings out the best of Yelagiri. With us, you can experience this hill station from a new dimension. Whether the outdoor activities like raft building, rappelling, trekking, sightseeing trips, rope activities or the various team building activities, your entire team will have plenitude of reasons to unite with each other while having fun.
Distance From Bangalore: 158 Kms
Thrillophilia Offerings: Team Outing at Hill Resort in Yelagir
Bandipur is best known for the Bandipur National Park. Situated in state of Karnataka, the Bandipur National Park was included in the Project Tiger scheme in 1974. The conservation ground had once served as the hunting grounds of the Maharaja of the erstwhile Kingdom of Mysore.
The Bandipur National Park is of considerable ecological importance and, together with the Nagarhole National Park, Mudumalai National Park and the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, it forms the Nilgiri Biosphere reserve. The Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve is the largest protected area in South India.
The Bandipur National Park is situated on the way from Mysore to Ooty and hence receives a large number of tourists from all over the country and the world throughout the year.
The Bandipur National Park is blessed with a wide range of flora and fauna. The wild animals and reptiles commonly found in this park include dholes, four-horned antelopes, Indian rock pythons, muggers, sloth bears, tigers, gaurs and Indian elephants.
The Bandipur National Park is also home to a large number of rare, endangered and exotic birds. The most commonly sighted birds in the Bandipur National Park include the changeable hawk-eagles, crested serpent eagles, brown fish owls, Indian rollers, hoopoes, flowerpeckers, Indian vultures, red-headed vultures, honey buzzards, and others. A large number of reptiles such as flying lizards, Indian pond terrapin, monitor lizards, muggers, rat snakes and Indian Rock Pythons are also found in the Bandipur National Park.
The Bandipur National Park is one of the best places for a Weekend Trip from Bangalore. Thrillophilia also organises the Bandipur Wildlife Safari for those who want a fun-filled and adventurous weekend trip in the wilderness. You can enjoy safaris in the lush, green forests of Bandipur in open jeeps and vans with the help of an expert guide.
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Lose yourself in the beauty of the national park and the excitement of spotting wild animals in the wilderness. Thrillophilia offers you activities such as open jeep safaris, van safaris, wildlife spotting trips, wildlife safaris in the Bandipur National Park. The best time to visit the Bandipur National Park is from March to May as during this period, the animals tend to come out of the dense jungle in search of water and sightings are much easier.
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Fun and adventure in Bandipur never ceases with Thrillophilia! While Jungle Safari is an ideal ways to bring your team closer, Tiger spotting in Annamalai, Mudumalai and Kabini Tiger Reserve will offer the enthrallment of wildlife spotting. Nature walks, Jeep Safaris, rafting, trekking and hiking are the add-ons that will encourage your team to work as a team at their best.
Distance From Bangalore: 219 Kms
Thrillophilia Offerings: Corporate Team Outing at Bandipur Forest Trail
Accommodation: Best Resorts & Places to Stay in Bandipur
Looking for an exciting destination for Weekend Trips from Bangalore? What could be better than exciting and adventurous trip to the Nagarhole National Park. The Nagarhole National Park is also known as the Rajiv Gandhi National Park and was included in the Project Tiger initiative in 1999.
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The national park along with the Bandipur National Park, the Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary and the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary forms the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, which is the largest protected area in South India. The Nagarhole National Park and the Western Ghats Nilgiri Subcluster are being considered by the UNESCO to be included in the list of World Heritage Sites.
The Nagarhole National Park abounds in flora and fauna. It is home to a large number of wildlife including elephants, Indian bisons, tigers, striped hyenas, chitals, leopards, jackals, palm civets, striped neck mongoose, Indian giant flying squirrel.
There are as many as 270 species of birds in the national park and the major species include Oriental backed vulture, red headed vulture, Malabar grey hornbill, the blue winged parakeet, white bellied treepie, Malabar whistling thrush, Indian scimitar babbler, white cheeked barbet. The most commonly found reptiles in the national park include Indian monitor lizard, Indian rock python, Russell’s viper, bamboo pit viper, rat snake, common wolf snake, common vine snake and muggers.
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The park had served as an exclusive hunting ground for the erstwhile Wodeyar rulers of the Kingdom of Mysore. The national park was established as a wildlife sanctuary in 1955 and upgraded into a national park in 1988. The park is also home to a number of tribes and native inhabitants. The Jenu Kurubas are one of the main tribes inhabiting the forests of the Nagarhole National Park.
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The tribals are mainly gatherers and are scattered across the length and the breadth of the forest. They collect forest produce such as honey, wax and plant roots and tubers for their day-to-day use. These tribes share a lot of traits with the Betta Kuruba or Kadu Kuruba, which is another tribe.
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With the safaris and different team activities, you can have the most astounding team outing experience with Thrillophilia. Be it trekking, camping, overnight stays and camping, we offer the best of every activities in Nagarhole. The team building activities that we organise here are especially designed to create bonding among the team members.
Distance From Bangalore: 221 Kms
Accommodation: Resorts & Places to Stay in Nagarhole
Thrillophilia Offerings: Nagarhole Wilderness Tour
Yercaud is a beautiful hill station in the state of Tamil Nadu. Located in Salem, Yercaud is situated in the Shevaroy Range of Hills in the Eastern Ghats. The highest point in Yercaud is the Servarayan Temple. Yercaud is often called the Jewel of the South due to its picturesque beauty.
Yercaud experiences pleasant and salubrious weather and the temperatures hover between 13 degrees and 29 degrees. There are a number of orchards in Yercaud where fruits such as oranges, bananas, pears and jackfruit are grown. This beautiful hill station is situated amidst lush coffee plantations. Interestingly, Stone Age implements have been found in a cave near the Shevaroy Hills, making Yercaud a preferred haunt for historians and history lovers.
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Yercaud is blessed with abundant flora and fauna. The dense forests of Yercaud are rich in bamboos, teak, blackwood, sandalwood, Silver Oak, and other varieties of plants and trees. The wildlife includes paradise flycatchers, swallows, sparrows, kites, bulbuls, snakes, partridges, squirrels, mongoose, foxes, hares, rabbits, ant-eaters, deer and bison.
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The major industry in Yercaud is tourism and some of the major places of tourist interest include the Yercaud Lake, the Lady’s Seat, the Killiyur Falls, the Servaroyan Temple, the Bear’s Cave, the Green House, the Grange, the Pagoda Point, the Fairholme Bungalow, the Heaven’s Ledge, the Karadiyur View Point and the Sri Lalitha Thripura Sundari Amman Temple.
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The Yercaud Lake is one of the most popular destinations among tourists in Tamil Nadu. The Yercaud Lake is a beautiful pool surrounded by gardens and trees. Another important tourist destination is the Lady’s Seat which offers a breath-taking panoramic view of the plains below through a telescope mounted at a height.
The Servaroyan Temple is situated atop the Servaroyan Hill and bears the idols of God Servaroyan and Goddess Kaveri. The annual festival of Lord Servaroyan is celebrated in May every year.
Tourists can also visit the Fairholme Bungalow which is one of the old heritage colonial bungalows. It has now been converted into a heritage hotel. The Heaven’s Ledge is another interesting destination. The Heaven’s Ledge is a scenic cliff situated in the Gowri Estate in Yercaud and has been converted into a campsite to encourage tourism in the area.
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In Yercaud, Thrillophilia offers the best of sightseeing tours,resort stay, adventure and other team building activities. With us, you can witness and explore most of the Yercaud delights; be it the visits to most of the tourist attraction places, trekking, boating and local excursion, you will not miss anything with Thrillophilia.
Distance From Bangalore: 228 Kms
Accommodation: Yercaud resorts
Thrillophilia Offerings: Team Outing at Hill Resort Yercaud
Masinagudi is a beautiful destination situated in Tamil Nadu. It is a part of the five ranges into which the Mudumalai National Park is divided. It is a beautiful cluster of hamlets including Bokkapuram and Theppakadu. The beauty, serenity and tranquillity of Masinagudi are beyond words and it serves as an ideal location for a Weekend Trip from Bangalore.
Masinagudi is a major tourist destination within Karnataka and attracts tourists from all over the country and the world. For those looking for relief from the summer heat, Masinagudi is the best destination. Situated amidst the cool environs of the Mudumalai National Park, Masinagudi offers coolness and tranquillity to tired minds and bodies.
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The town of Masinagudi is situated at the foothills of the Nilgiri hills and is named after the Goddess Masiniamman. It is situated a few kilometres away from the famous hill station of Ooty and hence can easily be reached from Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. The River Moyar is situated at a distance of about 7 km from Masinagudi and runs through the forests in the town.
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The best time to visit Masinagudi is from September to March and the best route to reach Masinagudi is from Bangalore or Mysore. The Bandipur National Park is situated at a distance of 25 km from Masinagudi.
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The Mudumalai National Park is home to several species such as the Indian elephant, leopards and the Royal Bengal Tiger. It is also home to 266 species of birds, some of which are critically endangered. The Indian White Rumped Vulture and the Long Billed Vulture have been declared as critically endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature.
The park is under consideration for being included in UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites. The Mudumalai National Park is situated close to the Bandipur National Park, the Nagarhole National Park, the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary and the Silent Valley National Park. It is also an important component of the Nilgiri Biosphere.
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With Thrillophilia, you can enjoy an eco-friendly as well as enthralling team outing in Masinagudi. Camping, wildlife safari, wildlife spotting, visit to the captivating elephant habitats and various team building activities, Thrillophilia will add more fun and delight to your team outing. Campfires during the evening will allow your team members to relax and rejuvenate themselves in the lap of nature
Distance From Bangalore: 243 Kms
Thrillophilia Offerings: Team Outbound at Masinagudi Jungle Hut
Set in the Western Ghats, Wayanad is one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in Kerala. If you are planning a short Weekend Trip around Bangalore, there could be no better option than Wayanad. Besides nature lovers, Wayanad also attracts a large number of trekkers from all over the country and the world.
It is home to the Chembra Peak trek, the Banasura Hill Trek and the Bramhagiri Peak, all of which are hot favourites among trekkers. The district is fed by the River Kabini and its three tributaries – the Panamaram, the Mananthavady and the Kalindi. The Kabini River is a tributary of the River Cauvery and is one of the three East flowing rivers of Kerala.
Wayanad attracts a large number of tourists from all over the country and the world due to its exquisite natural beauty and rich cultural heritage. Some of the important places of interest in Wayanad include the Thirunelli Temple, the Edakkal Caves, the Jain Temple near Koottamunda, the Valliyoorkavu, the Pallikunnu Church, Lakkidi, Pookode Lake, the Ananthaswami Temple, the Pakshipathalam, the Meenmutty Falls, plus others.
The Thirunelli Temple is situated at the foot of the Brahmagiri Hills and is dedicated by Lord Brahma to Lord Vishnu. The Edakkal Caves are famous for their prehistoric paintings and carvings. The Jain Temple near Koottamunda and the Ananthaswami Temple are beautiful Jain temples, the Pakshipathalam is a very popular trekking spot in Kerala and the Meenmutty Falls is the second largest waterfall of Kerala.
The Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary is blessed with rich flora and fauna. Some of the important species found in the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary include the King Cobra, hares, jackals, squirrels, jungle cats, mongooses, slender loris, macaque, bonnet, and others.
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Thrillophilia organises a number of interesting trips and tours in Wayanad and also offers a number of experiences and activities for adventure lovers. You can set out on an adventure camping to the Banasura Island in Wayanad. The expedition involves a tour to the Banasura Sagar Dam and guests can participate in interesting and exciting activities such as kayaking, raft building, jumaring, high rope traversing, trekking and campfire.
You can also enjoy a trek to the Meenmutty Falls. The Meenmutty Falls are situated at a distance of 29 km from Kalpetta and are among the most popular tourist destinations within Kerala.
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In Wayanad, Thrillophilia offers the best of waterfall visits, trekking expiditions, boating trips and various team building activities that will make to an unforgettable team outing experience. Besides these team building activities and Thrillophilia also organizes historical visits in Wayanad.
Distance From Bangalore: 265 Kms
Accommodation: Best Resorts in Wayanad
Thrillophilia Offerings: Team Building at Banasura Hill Resort Wayanad
Coorg is called the Kodagu district in the local language. It is situated in the Western Ghats and is well known for its coffee and its brave warriors. The district is home to the native speakers of the Kodavu language. There are about 18 ethnic groups that inhabit the area. The elevation of the region varies from 3,000 feet to 5,740 feet.
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The highest point in the region is the Tadiyandamol peak which is an extremely popular trekking destination. The second highest peak in the region is the Pushpagiri peak, which is also a very popular trekking destination. Coorg is a fantastic getaway destination for a quick Weekend Trip around Bangalore. There are several places of tourist interest in Coorg such as Nisargadharma, Omkareshwara temple in Madikeri, and Bylakuppe.
Coorg is inhabited by native ethnic tribes such as the Kodavas, the Gowdas, the Kavadi, the Koleya, the Kanya, the Kudiyas, the Banna, the Ganiga, the Golla, the Thatta, the Kurubas, the Meda, the Airi and others. The chief languages spoken in the region include Hindi, English, Malayalam, Kannada, and Kodava. The citizens of Kodagu are polytheists and worship a number of deities.
The most attractive feature about the tribes of the Kodagu district is their traditional costumes. The tribal men wear knee-length half-sleeved coats known as kupiyas over a full-sleeved white shirt. The women wear saris that are pleated at the back and the pallu is fixed with a brooch. They wear a half-sleeved or quarter-sleeved blouse with the sarees and cover their heads with a scarf.
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Being a part of the Western Ghats, Coorg is blessed with abundant flora and fauna. It has three wildlife sanctuaries – the Brahmagiri, Talakaveri and Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuaries and one national park which is the Nagarhole National Park.
The forests comprise species such as ebony, Indian mahogany, Poon spar, Black Dammar etc. The fauna include species such as several species of deer, boar, gaur, dhole, leopard, tiger, Asian elephant etc. The region is home to as many as 300 species of birds.
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Coorg is one of the most sought after adventure hubs in the southern part of India. While on a team outing in the pristine suburbs of Coorg, Thrillophilia will offer you the best of team building and adventurous tours. Camping trips, sightseeing tours and nature walks are the best ways to discover the beauty of Coorg with us. For adventurous outings, we organise rappelling and other similar activities.
Distance From Bangalore: 276 Kms
Accommodation: Best Resorts and Places to Stay in Coorg
Camping: Camping in Coorg
Thrillophilia Offerings: Enthralling Coorg Team Outing
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Chikmagalur is one of the best destinations for a short Weekend Trip in Bangalore. Surrounded by the fragrant orchards of coffee, Chikmagalur is known as the ‘coffee land’ of Karnataka. It is situated in the foothills of the Mullayanagiri hills. The district was called the Kadur district till 1947.
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A large portion of the area is called Malanad, which means a densely forested hilly region of heavy rainfall. The city gets its name from two words ‘Chikkamagala’ and ‘Uru. ‘Chikkamagala’ means younger daughter and Uru means home. The city got its name after the younger daughter of the legendary chief of Sakrepatna got the city as her dowry.
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Chikmagalur is best known for its coffee. The first coffee plant in India was grown in Chikmagalur. Coffee seeds were brought to the city by Baba Budan from West Asia. The Baba Budan Hills are also called the Dada Ka Pahad and there is a temple dedicated to Baba Budan on top of the hills. Chikmagalur has a number of hotels and resorts to attract guests.
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The beautiful lush green valleys, the mist covered mountains and the salubrious weather of Chikmagalur attract tourists, travellers and trekkers from all over the country and the world to this beautiful city. There are some places of tourist interest in Chikmagalur and these include the Kondadarma temple, which is a fabulous example of Hoysala and Dravidian styles of architecture, the new St. Joseph’s Cathedral, Hiremagalur, Parashurama temple and Kali temple.
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Kemmangudi is well known for its trekking trails and lush orchards of coffee, pepper, oranges, cardamom, etc. Besides trekking, guests can also enjoy sightseeing, visit the beautiful Hebbe falls, partake in adventure activities such as Jumaring, high rope traversing and relish the cool evenings with a campfire dinner.
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Be it trekking, nature trails, plantation tours, team building activities and homestays, Thrillophilia has it all! In addition to all these fun frolic activities, Thrillophilia also adds to adventure team outings and organizes as Jumaring, high rope traversing, kayaking, Ziplining, coracle rides and several other activities in Chikmagalur.
Distance From Bangalore: 280 Kms
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Camping: Camping in Chikmagalur
Thrillophilia Offerings: Chikmagalur Eco Trail Team Building
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