Offbeat Destinations Around BangaloreBangalore is one of the fastest growing cities in the southern part of India, and is one of the primary hubs of the nation’s Information Technology-led growth. It is the capital of the state of Karnataka and is the third most populous city of the country.
Located 70 kilometres away from Bangalore, Antaragange is considered to be a paradise for trekkers and cave lovers. With large boulders and ancient rocks lining its entire length and breadth, cave exploration has become one of the primary tourist activities here.
This mountain fortress, on the outskirts of Bangalore, is also known as Kalavara Durga and is famous for its night trekking facilities. This mountain range faces the famous Nandi Hills of Karnataka and is rated as one of the best destinations for nighttime trekking campaigns.
The Billigudda and Karigudda Hills form the Savandurga Hill Range, which is located at a distance of 60 kilometres from Bangalore. The highest point of these hill ranges is at a height of 1200 metres.
Famous for being the second largest monolith in the continent of Asia, Madhugiri Hills presents tourists and trekking enthusiasts with a lively environment, very much near the city of Bangalore.
If you are someone who likes spending his time right in the very lap of nature, Bheemeshwari may just be the right destination for you.
This is one of the most picturesque destinations in Karnataka, ensconced deep within the folds of the verdant greenery surrounding the River Kavery.
The Jaladhama Resort, located 120 kilometres away from Bangalore, presents a magnificent combination of beautiful backwaters and lush green surroundings.
The Ranganathaswamy temple is an important landmark in this region, which is otherwise famous for night trekking. The thrills of climbing a mountain at night draw a number of young trekkers to Ranganathaswamy Betta.