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Best Tourist Places to Visit Near Bangalore

The proximity of Bangalore to nearby famous hill stations, historical and heritage sites, and wildlife sanctuaries makes it a traveller’s paradise. It presents tourists with abundant travel choices ideal for a weekend getaway or a longer holiday. With plenty of places to visit near Bangalore, you can relax and rejuvenate away from the chaos of mundane city life.

Depending on your duration of stay and budget, you can choose from various destinations with top picks being Coorg, Ooty, Mysore and Wayanad. If you wish to further explore destinations at a longer distance, you can even visit places like Munnar and Kodaikanal. Here is a comprehensive list of places to visit near Bangalore according to the distance from the city.

Places to Visit near Bangalore within 50 km

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Ramanagara Tourist Place near Bangalore within 50 km

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Located at a distance of just 49 km from Bangalore, Ramanagara is a small town that offers an exciting trip with your group of friends. A nature’s paradise, this place is known for its seven hills that add to its untamed beauty.

Adventure lovers will love this place as it presents the perfect setting for a hike or rock climbing. Apart from that, Ramanagara is also known as the den of dacoit Gabbar Singh in the famous Bollywood movie Sholay. It is one of the recommended places to visit near bangalore for adventure.

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Jakkur Tourist Destination near Bengaluru within 50 km

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Thrill seekers and adventure lovers can enjoy Microlight flying at Jakkur, around 17 km away from Bangalore. A 20-minute ride that takes you to a height of 40,000 feet and gives an aerial view of the entire Bangalore city will satiate your adrenaline rush.

One of the exciting places to visit near Bangalore, Jakkur is the place to satisfy your dream of flying high. With an experienced pilot by your side, you will have a safe flying experience amidst the beautiful landscape.

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Nrityagram Dance Village near Bangalore within 50 Km

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Hardly 38 km from Bangalore, Nrityagram is a dance village located on the outskirts of the city. Established in 1990, it is developed as a Gurukul that teaches various traditional dance forms. All forms of classical dances such as Odissi, Bharatnatyam, Kathakali, Manipuri, Mohiniattam, Kathak, and Kuchipudi are taught here.

One of the offbeat places to visit near Bangalore, Nrityagram is located just 5 km away from >Hesaraghatta, which is one of the popular tourist places to visit in Bangalore. Visit it during Vasantha Habba festival, held during Spring to witness various dance performances by the artists.

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Turahalli Forest

Turahalli Forest Tourist Place near Bangalore within 50 km to visit with Friends

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Turahalli Forest is another famous place to visit near Bangalore for nature and adventure lovers. Also known as Karishma Hills, it is 20 km away from the city and is an ideal spot for trekking, cycling and birdwatching. The flora mostly comprises tall Eucalyptus trees. However, you may witness orchids in full bloom if you happen to visit it during August; and Lianas if visiting during summer.

The fauna comprises animals like spotted deer, hares, jackals, and birds such as Eagle-owl, barn swallow and black kites among others. Reach here early in the morning to witness sunrise amidst the cool surroundings.

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Thattekere Best Place to visit near Bangalore within 50 km for couples and friends

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Famous for the namesake lake, Thattekere is a small village about 40 km away from Bangalore. The lake attracts locals and tourists alike for its scenic beauty that provides opportunity for photography and excellent sunrise and sunset views. The lake is a famous tourist place near Bangalore to visit with family. It is an amazing picnic spot where you can spend some time with your family in the quaint surroundings of the lake.

Thattekere lake also happens to be located in the elephant corridor of Bannerghatta National Park. Hence you can see sightings of elephants in their natural habitat occasionally. Another famous tourist attraction, Muthyalamaduvu is also located nearby.

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Ranganathaswamy Temple

Ranganathaswamy Temple Tirumale Magadi near Bangalore within 50km with family

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Ranganathaswamy Temple is located in the town of Magadi, at a distance of 44 km from Bangalore. One of the popular pilgrimage places to visit near Bangalore, this ancient temple dates back to the 12th century. This Chola temple is located on a hill called Tirumale. The presiding deity is 3ft tall idol of Lord Narayana in a standing position. This is in contrast to other temples where the idol is in a reclining position.

There are other shrines dedicated to Rama, Sita, Anjaneya and Venugopala Krishna as well in the temple. The temple has undergone a lot of renovations and is still considered as a famous pilgrimage site in Karnataka. Visit it during the annual Rathotsavam Chariot Festival which is celebrated with great fervor.

Places to Visit near Bangalore within 100 km

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Nandi Hills

Nandi Hills Tourist Place to visit with friends near Bangalore within 100 km

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Located 65 km from Bangalore, Nandi Hills is a popular weekend getaway. Nandi Hills, also referred as Nandidurga, is 1,478 meters above the sea level. This small hillock near Bangalore promises an enjoyable time with scenic beauty and pleasant weather to pamper its tourists.

The place has been named after the marvelous statue of Nandi, the bull, beautifully guarding the outside of the Yoga Nandeeshwara temple. The Yoga Nandeeshwara Temple, is located on top of the hills and is the dwelling of Lord Shiva.

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Kanakapura Best Tourist Destination around Bangalore within 100km for nature lovers

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Kanakapura is one of the best places to visit near Bangalore for nature lovers, around 69 km away. The picturesque surroundings and amazing wildlife attracts hordes of tourists and locals alike to this place.

Nature walk, sightseeing, camping, trekking, bouldering and rappelling are some of the activities to try during your Kanakapura trip. Surrounded by abundant waterfalls, plenty of greenery along with rich flora and fauna, Kanakapura is one of the tourism places close to Bangalore to relax and rejuvenate amidst nature.

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Skandagiri Top Tourist place to visit near Bangalore within 100 km for Couples

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61 km from Bangalore and 5 km from Chikballapur, Skandagiri is a mountain fortress atop a hill, at an altitude of about 1350 m. One of the best places for trekking near Bangalore, Skandagiri or Kalavara Durga is also known for other activities such as night treks, camping and bird watching.

The best time to visit Skandagiri is during early mornings to witness a surreal sunrise and capture it in your lens. There is also a famous vantage point here which gives countless photography opportunities. You can also plan a day outing here and spend some time with your friends.

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Makalidurga Weekend Place near Bangalore within 100 km

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Makalidurga is known for its fort at a height of 3664 feet. The hill top is located near the village of Makali in Karnataka. Dotted with palm trees and lemongrass, Makalidurga offers a panoramic view of the surroundings with lakes on either side.

One of the best places to visit near Bangalore for nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts, Makalidurga fort can be easily reached as it is just 58 km away from the city. The fort is located on the top of a granite hillock and trekking up the hill is one of the exciting activities to do here. Also, there is a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva near the fort that is visited by the locals frequently.

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Chunchi Falls

Chunchi Falls is one of the best Waterfalls to see near Bangalore within 100 km

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Chunchi Falls is a most-sought tourist attraction near Bangalore, 83 km away, on the river Arkavathi. The water falls from a height of 100 feet and collects into a pool where people swim and play amidst natural rock formations. A scenic picnic spot, these falls are a perfect way to relax and rejuvenate with your family and kids away from the hustle bustle of city life.

There is a power station near Chunchi Falls that generates electricity from the water collected from the falls. One can also visit the watch tower enroute the falls that gives a 360 degree panoramic view of the surroundings. It is advisable not to stay till late evening as it has witnessed many accidents. Also, the area is deserted and hence it is better to return early.

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Kokkare Bellur Bird Sanctuary

Kokkare Bellur Bird Sanctuary near Bangalore within 100 km to visit with Friends

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Kokkare Bellur Bird Sanctuary is located in Mandya District, around 85 km from Bangalore. Deriving its name from Kokkare meaning stork and Bellur meaning jaggery, this place is known for sugarcane fields and painted storks that inhabit this region. The bird sanctuary is also home to other birds like cranes and Spot-billed Pelicans.

The best time to visit the sanctuary is from October to March, when the migratory birds visit this place. One of the best wildlife places to visit near Bangalore for bird lovers and children, the villagers here take care of the birds and create a harmonious co-existence.

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Galibore Nature Camp

Galibore Nature Camp for Corporate Outing near Bangalore within 100 km

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Situated at a distance of 90 Kms from Bangalore, Galibore is another popular wildlife destination to take a small break from the city life. Its refreshing natural settings, rich wildlife, exciting fishing and opportunities for other activities make sure that tourists are relaxed in the best way possible.

Located on the banks of river Kaveri near Sangam, the confluence of the two rivers Arkavathi and Cauvery, Galibore is 16 kms away from Bheemeshwari. It is a place worth visiting if you are looking for some seclusion and peace where you can just lie down and enjoy a book or spend some relaxed time fishing or going walks admiring the picturesque setting around you.

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Someshwara Temple in Kolar is one the best temples to visit with family near Bengaluru within 100 km

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Kolar is a small town once famous for its gold mines. Now, it is the most sought-after tourist destination with attractions like Someshwara temple, Kolaramma temple and Anthargange. It is located just 80 km away from Bangalore city.

Dedicated to Lord Shiva, Someshwara Temple is a 14th century temple built during Vijayanagara rule. The temple is known for its large temple tower, intricate carvings and large maha mandapa. At a distance of 100 meters from Someshwara Temple, Kolaramma Temple is another famous temple constructed in 5th century during Ganga dynasty.

Places to Visit near Bangalore within 200 km

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Shivanasamudra Falls

Gaganachukki and Bharachukki waterfalls Shivanasamudra are one some of the best falls to visit near Bangalore within 200 km for couples

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At a distance of 120 km from Bangalore and 80 km from Mysore, Shivanasamudra Falls in Mandya district is the second largest waterfall in India. Also known as Kaveri falls, these falls are formed by the splitting of river Kaveri into twin falls namely Gaganachukki and the Bharachukki.

One of the famous weekend getaways from Bangalore, Shivanasamudra Falls is frequently visited by nature lovers as these falls present a captivating view surrounded by lush greenery. Visit it during the monsoon season during which the falls are in full flow and are surrounded by abundant greenery.

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Hogenakkal Falls

Hogenakkal waterfalls best falls to visit near Bengaluru with family and kids within 200 km

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Hogenakkal Falls is a waterfall located on the Karnataka-Tamilnadu border. The name of the waterfalls is derived from the Kannada words 'Hoge' meaning 'Smoke' and 'Kal' meaning 'Rocks'. The water of the Cauvery river that lands at the bottom of the falls makes it look as if smoke is emanating from the rocks, and hence the name.

Referred to as the "Niagara Falls of India”, Hogenakkal Falls is one of the popular waterfalls near Bangalore that must be visited with family, at a distance of 146 km from it. One needs to take a boat ride to reach the waterfalls and Coracle (small round boat) riding is one of the main attractions here. Adventure seekers can also go for trekking on the nearby surrounding hills.

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Yelagiri Hills

Yelagiri Hills is one of the Top Hill Stations to visit for Honeymoon Couples near Bangalore within 200 km

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Located in the Vellore District of Tamil Nadu, Yelagiri Hills lies near the Vaniyambadi Tirupattur road. Spread across an area of 30 square km, at an altitude of 3500 feet, these hills have four mountains around them. The hills are just 140 km away from Bangalore city and thus is an excellent weekend destination. One can take a break from the hustle bustle of day to day life and spend some refreshing time amidst the best natural setting of Yelagiri Hills.

The place offers options for various kinds of activities as well. Boating in the Punganoor Lake is quite famous amongst tourists. One can choose between a rowboat and a pedal boat as per his/her preferences. Hills offers amazing trekking options as well. Other adventurous sports like paragliding and rock climbing can also be done in this area.

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Horsley Hills

Horsley Hills is one of the best hill stations to visit with Family and Kids near Bangalore within 200 km

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Horsley Hills is a scenic hill station situated in Chittoor district near the Karnataka State border. Named after WD Horsley, the then collector of Kadapa District, Horsley Hills attracts nature lovers and adventure seekers alike. Situated at an altitude of 1265 meters, it is a popular weekend getaway from Bangalore, just 165 km away.

The most famous tourist attractions in and around Horsley hills are Lake Gangotri, View points, Gali Banda, Environmental Park and the Horsley Hills Museum. It is also famous for adventure activities like rappelling and trekking. The lush greenery and rich flora and fauna attracts tourists who wish to spend some time away from the hustle bustle of city life.

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Biligirirangana Hills (BR Hills)

Biligirirangana Hills (BR Hills) is another Place to visit for couples near Bengaluru within 200 km

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Located about 175 kms from Bangalore and almost 86 kms from Mysore, BR Hills is a perfect destination to spend a few days away from the modern world. Situated on the south eastern edge of Karnataka, BR hills is at a height of 5091 ft and serves as a link between the Eastern Ghats and the Western Ghats. With Cauvery and Kapila rivers, the hills create a picturesque setting that is sure to mesmerise tourists.

There are options for various kinds of activities as well. BR Hills is a trekker’s paradise. Trekking is one of the most popular activities amongst tourists because of the greenery around and rich wildlife at the place. Fishing in the Cauvery waters which is a natural habitat of the Mahseer fish is also an activity worth trying. River rafting on the calm and clear blue waters of Cauvery river increases the level of excitement of your BR Hills trip.

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Mysore is one of the best Historical and heritage places to visit near Bangalore within 200 km

Mysore is a beautiful city with its acclaimed and scenic parks. It is the most popular place to visit near Bangalore as it is only 143 km away and is frequented by tourists from all over the country. When in the city, one must visit Brindavan Gardens, Bonsai Garden and Shuka Vana to cherish nature at its best. Mysore is known by many names which include Garden City, Ivory City, City of Yoga and City of Palace.

Mysore has achieved perfection as it has struck a balance between tradition and modernity. It is known for temples like Somanathapura Temple, Chamundeshwari Temple and Talakadu temple and is simultaneously also home to Folklore Museum and Rail Museum. Other than listed above there are many tourist places to visit in Mysore. Mysore also serves excellent South Indian food which one must indulge in to experience the city to its utmost.

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Srirangapatna is another top Heritage and Historical places to visit near Bangalore under 200 km

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Located at a distance of just 128 km from the city of Bangalore, Srirangapatna is a culturally, historically and religiously significant town making for an interesting weekend break. The town has an amazing location as well and is surrounded by river Cauvery resulting in an egg-shaped island. Named after the celebrated Ranganathaswamy temple, the town is an important destination for religious tourists.

The existence of Cauvery river here is regarded as very auspicious. The Paschima Vahini division of the Cauvery at Srirangapatna is considered to be especially sanctified. Along with religious importance, the town has a rich historical background as well. It used to be the capital during the rulings of Hyder Ali & his son Tipu Sultan. It has seen furious agitation against British rules under Tipu Sultan.

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Shravanabelagola the best tourism place to visit with family near Bangalore within 200 km

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Located in the Hassan District of Karnataka state, Shravanabelagola is situated at a distance of 150 km from Bangalore. The town is one of the oldest Jain pilgrimage spots of the country. Between Indragiri and Chandragiri hills, the town has picturesque natural settings as well to offer its tourists. The city can trace its history back to the 3rd century B.C. when Chandragupta Maurya wandered to the place in search of peace after handing over his empire to his son Bimbisara.

At the bald rock of Vindhyagiri Hill, you will find a 17.5m high statue of the Jain deity Gomateshwara (Bahubali) which is considered to be the world’s tallest monolithic statue. The statue is visible even before you reach the town of Shravanabelagola. The statue is an architectural wonder and sculptural mastery under the famous Gangas of Talakad. There are religious inscriptions carved on the outer surface.

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Bheemeshwari Top Weekend Place to visit near Bangalore within 200 km for corporate outing

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Bheemeshwari, located at a distance of 105 kilometers from the city of Bangalore promises a perfect break for the weekend. This town of Karnataka is situated in Mandya district, on the Cauvery river and lies between Shivanasamudra falls and Mekedatu falls. Situated amidst the Cauvery Wildlife Sanctuary, Bheemeshwari is often referred as 'Angler's paradise'. The place has gained its name because of the Mahseer fish found here.

You have various kinds of fishing camps at Bheemeshwari providing all kinds of facilities necessary for the sport such as comfortable tents equipped with all basic facilities like cots, mosquito nets, shower and washrooms. Apart from having relaxed timing fishing and some quality time with your loved ones, you will have a touch of excitement while spotting wildlife animals here.

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Somnathpur has many amazing temples to visit along with family and kids near Bangalore within 200 km

Somnathpur is known for its Hoysala temple called Prasanna Chennakesava Temple. Known for its splendid architecture with intricate carvings, this temple is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India. It is easily reachable from Bangalore as it is just 137 km away. Built by the Hoysala commander, Somnath, in 1268 A.D, it is a popular pilgrimage site that attracts people from all over the world.

Located on the banks of Cauvery River, Chennakeshava Temple is a Trikuta temple meaning temple with three shrines. The three shrines once housed the idols of Keshava, Janardhana and Venugopala out of which the idol of Lord Kesava is missing. However, the remaining two idols are still intact and worshipped by the visitors.

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Coorg, officially called Kodagu, is the most popular hill station of Karnataka, about 257 km from Bangalore. Known for its coffee plantations, Coorg is often referred to as ‘Scotland of India’. With a misty landscape and beautiful green hills, it is one of the most sought after tourist destinations for honeymooners from Bangalore. Its proximity to the city makes it a popular weekend getaway from Bengaluru.

Coorg offers plenty of activities for its visitors ranging from admiring the natural beauty of the place to a challenging trek or getting to know the rich culture of the locals known as Kodavas. Kodavas are known for their specialization in martial arts and great hospitality. There are many popular sightseeing places to visit in Coorg including Bhagamandala, Talakaveri, Dubare, Abbey Falls, Iruppu Falls and Nagarahole National Park. For trekking lovers, Pushpagiri and Brahmagiri offer great trekking opportunities.

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Chikmagalur is a popular weekend destination from Bangalore at a distance of 250 km and offers its visitors a refreshing break with lush greenery and serene environment. Never ending hills, breathtaking waterfalls and calm rivers like the Bhadra, Hemavathi, Tunga, Netravati and Vedavathi and exotic wildlife make Chikmagalur a perfect place to relax and spend some quality time with your loved ones.

The town with its mesmerising natural settings cater to all kinds of tourists coming from different parts of the country and world and with varied interests. The pleasant weather of the town makes holidaying even more enjoyable. Major tourist attractions in Chikmagalur are Mullain Giri, Kodandarama Temple, Siddeshwara temple, Baba Budan Giri Hills and many more.

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Located in the Nilgiri district of Tamil Nadu, Ooty is a traveller’s heaven. Around 275 km away from Bangalore it is one of the most visited tourist destinations from not just Bangalore, but all over the country. Whether it is a serene trek that you are looking forward to, experiencing the local culture, sightseeing rare animal species or shopping the locally handcrafted products, Ooty will satisfy all your travelling ventures.

There are many tourist places to see in Ooty. Visit the Mudumalai National Park and see the Indian elephant, Royal Bengal Tiger, Gaur, and the Indian leopard along with many others. The Kalhatty and Pykara falls are a sight to behold. The delicious handmade chocolates are mouth-watering and the tea-fanatics can choose from over 50 tea flavours and varieties from the Chamraj tea shop in the Upper Bazar Road.

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Wayanad is a hill district located on the fringe of Tamil Nadu and Kerala. It is also a popular weekend getaway from Bangalore at a distance of 280 km from it. It is a scenic plateau with a large tribal population and a cool climate all around the year. A major tourist destination in Kerala, Wayanad is famous for its tribal events and fold dance performance, which attracts a number of travellers.

If you are looking to reconnect with Mother Nature and enjoy a relaxing vacation at the same time, plan a trip to this beautiful hill town. Absorb the purity and breathtaking panorama of Wayanad on a long weekend. Chembra peak, Edakkal Caves, Soochipara Waterfalls, Karapuzha Dam, Pookot Lake, Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary are some of the must visit tourist attractions in Wayanad.

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Situated in the Servarayan range (Shevaroys) of hills in the Eastern Ghats in the state of Tamil Nadu, Yercaud is a hill station with enough options to make a family holiday special. Around 215 km from Bangalore, it is located at an altitude of approximately 1,500 metres (4,920 feet) from the sea level. The hill station is bestowed with the best of natural settings and a soothing climate to spend a few relaxed days. Spread across an area of 382.67 square kilometres it also includes the Reserve Forest.

Yercaud is often popularly called as poor man’s Ooty as it is comparatively less expensive than the hill station of Ooty. The name Yercaud means lake and forest in Tamil Language as the word "Yeri" means lake and "Kaadu" means forest. The place has rich flora and fauna. It is famous for oranges and coffee plantations and has preserved some of the forests. You can find teak, sandalwood and silver oaks easily in the forests of Yercaud.

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Second largest hill station in the Nilgiris, Coonoor is a perfect place to spend a few special days of your life in the lap of nature. There are many popular tourist places to visit in Coonoor. Situated at an altitude of 1839 metres, the hill station has beautiful natural settings consisting of numerous tea gardens and pleasant weather making one’s stay soothing and relaxing. Known as the ‘tea garden town’ and situated at a distance of 296 km from Bangalore, the hill station offers a refreshing break to its visitors. It is one of the most visited hill stations near Bangalore.

The hill station is on the famous toy train line from Mettupalayam (28 km) and Ooty. Located amidst the best of natural settings, Coonoor is bird watcher’s paradise. One can spot various exotic birds in this region. The place offers good opportunities for trekking and hiking as well. Dolphin's Nose, Catherine Falls, Hidden Valley, Sim's Park and Lamb's rock are some of the must visit tourist attractions in Coonoor.

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Located in Hassan district in Karnataka, Halebidu literally means ‘the ruined city’. It is a small town offering tourists with exceptional architecture to look at. The town is especially popular for its historical, heritage and religious places like temples and several massive tanks. Not just religious, the town has a glorious past as well. Being just 222 km away from the Bangalore city, it is one of the popular tourist destinations near Bengaluru.

The town, Halebid flourished as the capital of Hoysala Dynasty for about 150 years during 12th and 13th centuries AD. Then the town used to be called Dwarasamudra which means gateway to the seas. However, in 1311 and 1327, Delhi Sultanate’s armies sacked Halebid leading to huge destruction of the city. The town still presents tourists with amazing Jain shrines and Hoysala temples. Along with these, there are many small temples as well in the town.

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Bandipur & Mudumalai National Parks

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Bandipur-Mudumalai National Parks offer excellent holidaying options to tourists of all age groups and interests. These parks present excellent options to spend your weekend away from the hustle bustle of day to day lives. Being at a distance of 215 km away from Bangalore city, makes it even more feasible for spending a few days in the lap of breathtaking nature. From Bandipur it takes an approx. of one hour or one and half hour to reach Mudumalai as the distance between the two is just 62 kms.

Bandipur-Mudumalai National Parks are located along the Mysore-Ooty Highway and at the foothills of the Nilgiris. Both the places are ideal to spend some quiet time amidst nature with friends and will mesmerise you with its scenic beauty and exotic wildlife. Both the parks are the most visited National Parks near Bangalore. If looking for some adventure, the rich bio-diversity ranging from Tigers to over 300 species of birds provide you with excitement of being so close to these beautiful creations of nature.

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Situated in the district of Chikmagalur in the Baba Budan range of Karnataka, Kemmanagundi, placed at height of 1434 m, is a small town presenting tourists with beautiful scenery and a refreshing environment to spend few special days with your loved ones. Named after the Wodeyar ruler, Krishnaraje Wodeyar IV, Kemmanagundi is popularly called as KR Hills. Situated 295 km away from Bangalore city, the town is a good option to spend your weekend, promising a relaxed and refreshing break from the hustle bustle of day to day lives.

The region has coffee and tea plantations creating lush green settings and the thick bamboo groves making for a dense cover. The hill station has various beautiful gardens along with amazing landscapes. The Royal Horticultural Society has helped in creating various gardens here. Even the campus of the Horticulture Department with an orchid house and a rock garden is a place worth visiting for its sheer beauty.

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Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary

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Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary, also known as Jagara Valley Game Reserve was declared as a natural reserve in the year of 1951. The reserve got its current name, Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary, in the year 1974, after the name of the river 'Bhadra', which flows through this biodiversity hotspot. Spread across an area of 490 square km, the sanctuary was declared as the 25 th Project Tiger of the country in 1998. It also hosts one of the top tiger reserves in India.

275 km away from Bangalore amidst the Western Ghats, Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary presents amazing holidaying options with rich and diverse flora and fauna. Once in the sanctuary, tourists can spend their time spotting tigers and elephants and watching them roaming carelessly in the wild forest which is an experience in itself. It is only 38 km from Chikmagalur and makes for an interesting weekend trip promising a refreshing and exciting break.

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Presenting tourists with mesmerising natural settings of lush greenery and exotic animals, Kabini is nature’s one of the best creations. Located at a distance of 205 km from Bangalore and 80 km from Mysore, Kabini is a popular tourist place to visit that offers a refreshing and soothing environment to spend a few relaxed moments with your friends and family. Situated on the banks of River Kabini, it comprises the south-eastern part of Nagarhole National Park and is spread across almost 55 acres of forestland and water bodies.

If we look at history, the place was equally popular even then. Kabini used to be a private hunting lodge of the Maharaja of Mysore which later became a popular hunting spot for British Viceroys and Indian royal kings. The place has easy accessibility, beautiful sceneries, charming lakes and wide variety of flora and fauna making it popular amongst tourists.

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Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary

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Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary, a part of Western Ghats, located in Kodagu district of Karnataka, promises its tourists a wonderful time in the best of natural settings. Spread across an area of 181 sq km, it was first declared a sanctuary on 5th June in the year of 1974. It is at a distance of 298 km from Bangalore and is a popular weekend getaway and wildlife sanctuary from Bangalore for nature lovers.

The Sanctuary got its name from the highest point, the Brahmagiri peak, at a height of 1607 meters from sea level. It is surrounded by agricultural fields and coffee plantations and has evergreen and semi-evergreen forests as well as shola-grassland habitats. The Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary is quite close to the Nagarhole National Park. There is only a narrow stretch of coffee plantation that separates the two.

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Kakkabe, God’s own attic is situated in Karnataka's Western Ghats and is at a distance of 8 Kms from Madikeri. This small sleepy town is a perfect place to spend one’s weekend with family and friends. Kakkabe presents amazing holidaying options from Bangalore as it is at a distance of just 251 kms from it. It is the largest producer of honey in South East Asia.

The town presents a refreshing setting to relax oneself and rejuvenate for the day to day struggle of city life. If looking for a small break, Kakkabe is the one of the most suitable options. Mesmerising scenic beauty, dense rain forests, breathtaking coffee plantations and a calm and soothing environment make Kakkabe nature’s one of the best creations.

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Shivgiri Trails

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Shivgiri is located above Yemmedoddi village in the hoggar kangri hills, north of the Babu Budanagiri Hills in Kadur taluk of Chikmagalur District, around 235 km from Bangalore. The place with its striking natural beauty and wildlife along with options for various adventurous activities makes for an activity filled vacation.

The fact that it is slightly secluded from the rest of the world gives you a perfect weekend break away from city life providing couples with a place where you can just enjoy amidst beautiful natural settings. Shivgiri has an important place in history as well. It was home to the great king of the Hoysala Empire, Veera Ballala II, who built the famous Amruteshwar Temple in Tarikere Taluk. The dense forest around the Shivgiri trails once were favourite hunting grounds of the Britishers during the colonial era.

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Located in Wayanad, in the state of Kerala, Thirunelli makes for an interesting place to visit for couples. If in need of a break from the hustle bustle of day to day life, a short trip to Thirunelli and spending a few quiet days amidst the best of natural settings and visiting the holy temple can be a good idea.

At a distance of 252 km from Bangalore, 29 km from Mananthavady and 66 km from Kalpetta, the town of Thirunelli is also known as ‘Thekkan Kasi’. The belief behind the name ‘Thekkan Kasi’ is that by taking a bath in the sacred water of Papanasini, one can wash all his/her sins. Papanasini which flows through the town is believed to be the confluence of the river Ganga and Saraswathy.

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Located at a height of about 3750-4500 ft above sea level, Vythiri is one of the most sought after hill stations, about 289 km away from Bangalore. The resort town presents mesmerising scenic beauty and a calm and soothing environment to spend a few relaxed days with your loved ones. It is one of the most preferred destinations by honeymoon couples.

Evergreen forests, plantations of coffee, tea, rubber, cardamom and pepper in and around the town ensures a refreshing break to its visitors. The place is also famous for its Vythiri Ayurvedic massage offering a rejuvenating experience. Some of the places which are worth visiting in and around Vythiri are Pakshipathalam, the Edakkal caves, Meenmutty Falls, Banasura Sagar dam, Thirunelli temple, Soojipara Falls and many others.

Checkout the curated list of popular dams to visit near Bangalore.

Places to Visit near Bangalore within 400 km

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Located in the Sullia Taluk in South Karnataka, the village of Subramanya is one of the popular temples to visit near Bangalore. Most famous for the temple of Lord Subrahmanya. Kukke Subramanya attracts hordes of tourists every year. Situated on the banks of river Kumaradhara, the village has beautiful natural settings to offer its tourists with, presenting enough options to relax and refresh.

Kukke Subramanya is almost 340 kms away from the Bangalore city and makes for an interesting weekend trip for families. There are many places to visit in this village. Some of the places of tourist interests in and around Kukke Subramanya are Subrahmanya Temple, Shringeri Mutt, Dharmasthala, Kumara Parvatha, Biladwara Cave, Matsya and Panchami Tirtha, ajd Bisle Ghat.

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Situated in Tamil Nadu at a distance of about 160 km to the south of Chennai, along the Coromandel Coast of Bay of Bengal, Puducherry (Pondicherry) is a popular beach destination to visit near Bangalore attracting hordes of visitors. The place offers beautiful natural settings and various examples of architectural excellence along with cultural and historical richness.

At a distance of 315 km from Bangalore, the place makes for an amazing weekend destination for couples. Pondicherry with its unique historical background is a place worth visiting once at least. Pondicherry is home to a number of tourist attractions like Arikamedhu, Auroville City, Aurobindo Ashram and Pondicherry Beach. It is also the one most preferred destination to visit with friends and family from Bangalore.

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A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Hampi is one of most popular historical and heritage tourist destinations near Bangalore attracting tourists not just from India but from all over the world. It is located at a distance of 350 km from Bangalore. Once a royal capital of Vijayanagara Empire, this city of ruins has various temples, historical buildings, glorious palaces, majestic forts, huge markets, big pavilions, and stables of royal elephants to offer you with.

There are many amazing tourist places to visit in Hampi. This hub of monuments has almost 500 buildings, each depicting a different story and historical moment. Built in 1336 AD by Harihara and Ukka, the city of Hampi has an important place in Hindu mythology. It is the home of Pampa, the daughter of Lord Brahma, wedded to Shiva, called as Pampakshethra.

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Mangalapuram, or the city of Mangalore, is situated in the coastal region of Karnataka. At a distance of 350 kilometres from Bangalore, the city of Mangalore offers more than just one option of holidaying for its tourists. It is a perfect place to spend with family and friends for spending one’s weekend amidst the best of natural settings and historical and religious monuments giving tourists enough options to engage themselves while in Mangalore.

Lush greenery of coconut palms, magnificent hills, refreshing streams and pristine beaches create a setting perfect to spend a few special days with your loved ones. Often referred to as the town of temples and beaches, the city is now also a major port in the Arabian sea, one of most well known ports of South India.

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Also one of the famous tourist destinations near Bangalore, Kozhikode is known by the name of Calicut which was derived from calico, a hand woven cloth that has originated from here. A popular district in the northern part of Kerala, the city presents its visitors with amazing holidaying options catering to varied interests and preferences. The name of the city is derived from the word, “Koyil” which means Palace and the word “Kota” meaning Fort.

At a distance of 350 km from Bangalore, Kozhikode is a popular place to visit from Bangalore with many interesting tourist attractions. The most famous sightseeing places in Kozhikode are Thikkoti Light House, Kappad Beach, Beypore, Kozhippara Falls and Kozhikode beach.

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Kudremukh is a small town located in the Chikmagalur district of Karnataka, lying close to the mountain range with the same name- Kudremukh. This small picturesque town literally means ‘horse-face’ symbolising the view of a mountain that looks like the face of a horse. The place is famous for its biodiversity conservation. Located in the western Ghats of Karnataka, it is also known for mining ores.

350 km from Bangalore city, the town makes for an interesting destination promising a refreshing break for couples. Along with captivating nature, the town is excellent for trekking as well. Lush greenery, refreshing water of rivers, rare orchids and grassy slopes make the activity of trekking even more enjoyable.

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Also called Mahabalipuram, Mamallapuram is located right on the Coromandel Coast next to the Bay of Bengal in the state of Tamil Nadu. The town presents exceptional examples of Dravidian art and architecture and has been listed as a World Heritage site. It was once a sea port during the 7th century and 10th century of Pallava dynasty. 354 km away from Bangalore, Mahabalipuram is a popular tourist destination to visit with family and kids attracting hordes of tourists every year.

The village is said to have got its name from a mythological story according to which it was ruled by an arrogant and cruel king named “Mahabali'' who was killed by Lord Vishnu. And thus the place has been named after King Mahabali. The town has numerous historical buildings, sculptures along with breathtaking scenic beauty and rich cultural practices and tradition.

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Karkala is a historical town and a pilgrimage centre for Jains and Hindus. Located in Udupi district of Karnataka, it is located at a distance of 370 km from Bangalore city making for an interesting visit over a weekend away from the day to day life. Derived from the Kannada word karikallu, literally meaning black stones, it is a town with great religious importance, especially for Jains with about 18 Jain temples.

Along with temples, the town is also famous for Kambala Water Buffalo Races. Held during the period of November through February, this is a unique sport which attracts hordes of tourists from various parts of the country. It is the best destination to visit with friends from Bangalore.

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Located in the region of Uttara Kannada of Karnataka state, Honnemardu is a small village promising an adventurous and refreshing weekend break to its visitors. The village overlooks Linganamakki reservoir, also known as Honnemardu reservoir and has beautiful natural settings to spend a few days. Also known as a place of golden sand, this popular tourist destination is situated approximately 380 kms away from the Bangalore city.

Honnemardu offers umpteen numbers of activities to all its tourists. The place is nothing less than a paradise for all the sports enthusiasts. Kayaking, windsurfing and other popular water sports are few of the sports that one can opt for. Boating is also an interesting activity one can try. Going for a ride in a Coracle or a traditional circular boat made of bamboo is an experience worth remembering.

Learn more about the top destinations near Bangalore for water sport and adventure activities.

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One of the oldest British settlements in India, Thalassery is at a distance of 310 km from Bangalore and 21 km from Kannur in north Kerala. Thalassery is the place where British East India Company was established in 1708. The town of Thalassery with rich historical background, is popularly associated with 3 C’s, cricket, cakes and circus.

The town has excellent bakers who have settled all over the country baking mouth watering cakes and pastries. It also has been the origin of various notable circus companies like Bharath, Kamala and Gemini circus. The town is also the place where the game of cricket was first introduced in the 1790s.

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Kamarajar Valley

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Also known as Athoor, Kamarajar Valley, is situated in the Western Ghats of Palni Hills, about 374 km from Bangalore. At an altitude of 300 meters above sea level, the valley is bestowed with the best of natural settings and a soothing environment presenting a perfect way of spending a few special days for couples.

The valley has flora and fauna to offer its tourists. The region has plenty of Coconut and mango trees along with many wildlife creatures. Some of the animals that can be spotted here are leopards, mongoose, monkeys, bison and wild boars. Various kinds of birds are also found here. Some of these are peacocks, storks, kingfishers, cranes, herons, and sun birds.

Places to Visit near Bangalore within 500 km

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Situated in Coorg district of Karnataka, Siddapur is a small town with mesmerising natural settings and beautiful designed temples. At a distance of 475 km from Bangalore, the town is one of the best places to go for spending weekends, presenting a refreshing break with dense forests and hills for trekking. Siddapur has an average elevation of about 564 m.

There are waterfalls as well near the town increasing its popularity amongst kids and families. The breathtaking sceneries and natural forms makes this town an attractive destination for nature lovers. The soothing environment and pleasant atmosphere promises relaxation and enjoyment. The town has various temples which are perfect examples of architectural excellence.

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404 km away from Bangalore, Udupi, a coastal town of Karnataka is a popular tourist destination from Bangalore. The town caters to all kinds of tourists with varied holidaying options to engage everyone throughout their trip. Amidst the majestic mountain of Western Ghats and vastness of Arabian Sea, Udupi presents a calming atmosphere to spend one’s weekend.

The town of Udupi is perfect for spending a few days in the lap of mother nature surrounded by temples and monuments depicting architectural excellence. The town is a popular pilgrimage centre attracting hordes of religious tourists every year. Krishna Temple, Chandramoulishwar Temple, Anegudde, Ambalapady, Kaup Beach are some of the famous tourist attractions in Udupi.

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Also known as Palghat, the city of Palakkad is located in the Western Ghats in the state of Kerala and adjoined to the state of Tamil Nadu. At a distance of approximately 414 km from Bangalore, Palakkad is bestowed with the best of natural settings and soothing environment to spend a few special days of your lives with friends and family. The place is said to have got its name from the Pal Ghat, one of the Ghats in Western Ghats.

Apart from relaxing amidst the beautiful natural settings and amazing options for sightseeing, the place is famous for its Travancore saris, handicraft and jewellery. Apart from all this, you will have many options for sports and activities. Trekking is quite popular amongst tourists. Palakkad has many reserve parks which are ideal for trekking. One can also go for boating and experience the dams and surrounding gardens in the best way possible.

Check here for a complete list of Best Trekking places near Bangalore.

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Located in the Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka, about 490 km from Bangalore, Gokarna is a small town presenting best of natural settings for tourists to come and spend some memorable days of their lives. Situated on the banks of Arabian Sea, the town of Gokarna presents a unique combination. The town has many beaches attracting friends, couples and nature lovers. On the other hand, it has several temples and is a special place in Hindu mythology thus attracting many devotees as well.

The word Gokarna literally means Cow’s Ear and the town is often referred to as temple town. According to some legend the town got its name as Lord Shiva was born here from a Cow’s Ear. However, one relates the name to its geographical location as well. There are many amazing tourist places to visit in Gokarna. The place is located at the confluence of river Gangavali and river Agnashini which resembles the shape of a cow’s ear.

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Located in the southern crest of the Palani hills, the hill station of Kodaikanal is at an altitude of 2100 metres and is about 120 km away from Madurai. Almost 465 km away from Bangalore, the hill station is a popular hill station and makes for an interesting weekend holidaying spot from Bengaluru for honeymoon couples.

Often referred as "Princess of Hill stations", Kodaikanal presents its tourists with a complete holiday package with options varying from trekking routes to temples to museums to caves to falls to parks and lakes. Other than these, there are many sightseeing places to visit in Kodaikanal. Kodaikanal literally means "The Gift of the Forest" and is a place worth visiting once in a lifetime.

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Known for rock sculpture and architectural excellence of temples, Badami makes for an interesting historical and heritage holiday spot near Bengaluru. Located in the Bagalkot District of Karnataka, around 448 km from Bangalore, Badami is a popular tourist destination attracting many tourists from the garden city.

Formerly known as Vatapi, Badami was the Chalukya Dynasty’s capital and was founded by Pulakesi, Chalukya ruler in the 6 th century. The town has rich historical significance as well a connection with mythology. The name Vatapi is connected to Hindu epic Ramayana. The city has almost 18 inscriptions which also include inscriptions in Sanskrit using old Kannada script dating back to 6th century.

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Palani Hills

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Located at the eastern offshoot of the Western Ghats, the Palani hills are spread across an area of 2400 sq. kms and makes for an interesting weekend destination from Bangalore at a distance of 471 km from it. Palani is a part of the oldest mountain range that can be found in India as the origin of this mountain range belongs to the prehistoric Pre-Cambrian period. The rock types of which it is made are gneisses, charnockites, and schists.

Along with unique natural settings, Palani is also famous as a religious destination attracting hordes of devotees from various parts of the country. The place has one of the sacred six ‘padai veedu’ temples of Lord Murugan. It is a place of high religious significance, especially for devotees of Lord Murugan, who is the son of Lord Shiva.

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Elephant Valley

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Spread across an area of 100 acres, Elephant Valley is a nature reserve and organic farm, around 462 km from Bangalore. Located in the Palani Hills in the Western Ghats, it is just 20 km away from Kodaikanal which is also a spectacular hill station in South India. It is one of the 25 Biodiversity hotspots in the world.

At an altitude of approximately 1200 to 1300 meters (M.S.L), the valley offers its visitors a pleasant climate. It is the last settlement on the border of the National Forest extending into wildlife sanctuaries of Kerala. The valley offers rich flora and fauna along with beautiful scenic beauty. Various exotic birds and animals like leopards, deer, bison and elephants can be spotted here.

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Located near Kundapura in the state of Karnataka, Maravanthe is a coastal town which has Arabian Sea on one side and the Souparnika River on the other along with Kodachadri Hills in the background. The town is situated quite close to the temple town of Kollur and Kodachadri hills. Thus along with an exceptional location with best of natural settings, the town is quite important for religious tourists.

Maravanthe is a seaside town close to the temple town of Kollur and Kodachadri hills. On the town's west coast, NH17 sails on with Arabian Sea on one side and the Souparnika River on the other. The Kodachadri Hills lie in the background. It is at a distance of 450 km from the city of Bangalore, making it a popular destination to spend one’s weekend. The place is perfect for spending some private time with your beloved or to spend quiet time with a family.

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Located in the Bhatkal Taluk of Uttara Kannada District of Karnataka, Murudeshwara is a popular tourist destination from Bengaluru with temples and beaches to offer its tourists with. Earlier known as ‘Mrideshwara’, the town of Murudeshwara has been named after the popular Murudeshwara Temple of Lord Shiva. At a distance of approximately 490 kms from Bangalore, Murudeshwara makes for an interesting weekend destination.

Not just religiously important, the town has captivating natural settings as well. Surrounded by Arabian Sea and the hills of Western Ghats, the town is perfect to spend some relaxed days amidst the best of natural settings with friends. Pristine beaches, majestic temples, greenery and lofty hills create a beautiful setting to spend some special days of your lives.

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Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary

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Located 485 km from Bangalore and almost 125 km from Goa, Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary is the largest wildlife sanctuary in Karnataka. Spread over 834.16 sq. km the sanctuary presents exciting sport options, rich flora and fauna along with a refreshing and soothing environment. The sanctuary has River Kali and its tributaries, Kaneri and Nagajhari flowing through it.

Tourists have umpteen number of adventurous activities to opt from. Trekking is one of the most famous activities amongst tourists as there are many interesting trekking routes here. Other exciting activities which you can go for are cycling and mountain biking. Dandeli has many fishing spots as well.

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Located at a distance of 52 km from the town of Palakkad and 466 km from Bangalore, Nelliyampathy is on the Kerala-Tamil Nadu border. The place presents picturesque beauty to all its visitors with a perfect way to spend a few relaxed days with the lush greenery and refreshing nature around you.

An apt location for eco-tourism and farm tourism, Nelliyampathy is located at an altitude of 1585 m above the mean sea level presenting tourists with an exciting break from the hustle bustle of day to day lives. The mountain range of town has plantations of tea, coffee and cardamom. The place not just offers beautiful natural settings but also amazing options for adventurous activities like trekking.

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Located in the Sivaganga district of Tamil Nadu between Trichy and Rameshwaram, Karaikudi is the biggest town among a collection of 75 villages that form the Chettinad region. The town makes for an interesting visit. The name of the town has been derived from the famous plant "Karai" which is found in abundance in the area.

Located 429 km from Bangalore, the town has historical buildings, stately mansions, temples, excellent shopping options and mouth watering and rich cuisines to make your vacation a memorable one.

Places to Visit near Bangalore within 600 km

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Located in the Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka, Karwar is a place worth visiting offering its tourists with lush greenery, lofty hills, imposing mountains of the Western Ghats and serene beaches by the side of the magnificent Arabian Sea. At a distance of 519 km from Bangalore, Karwar with its soothing environment and refreshing setting presents a perfect break of a few days to visit with friends, away from the hustle bustle of city life.

Just 15 km away from the south Karnataka-Goa border, the place is easily accessible and offers good holidaying options. Along with amazing natural settings, the town has historical significance as well. It used to be the centre of sea trade for Arabs, Dutch, Portuguese, French and later the British. The town also has many historical monuments and sacred temples.

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Located in the forest range of Londa in the Western Ghats in Belgaum district of Karnataka, Nersa is a small village presenting beautiful scenery and rich flora and fauna to all its visitors making for a refreshing break. It is a part of the proposed Bhimgarh Sanctuary, the place has lush greenery and exotic fauna to offer you.

Yet to be fully explored by tourists, the place offers enough seclusion and calmness unlike other tourist destinations. Nersa is a perfect place away from the hectic city life offering few days of relaxation amidst the best of natural settings. It acts as a perfect nature destination near Bangalore at a distance of 502 km.

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Formerly called Cochin, Kochi is often referred as ‘The Gateway to Kerala’. Located along the Arabian Sea, on the west coast of India, the city is one of the most visited tourist destinations in Kerala, at a distance of 549 km from Bangalore. With Arabian sea on one side and Western ghats on the other, it has mesmerising natural settings to offer its guests as it has been ruled by multitudinous dynasties like the Arabs, the Chinese, the British, the Dutch, and the Portuguese.

The city of Kochi offers not just scenic beauty but also has a rich heritage and history to offer its guests. It has been rated in the top three tourist destinations by the World Travel & Tourism Council which clearly shows how worth visiting the city is. The place is uniquely famous of Chinese fishing nets. It is apparently the only place outside China where one can find Chinese nets for fishing.

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