Weekend Getaways Around Bengaluru That You Need To Plan Right Now


Places to visit in Bengaluru are widely chosen especially when it comes to weekend getaways. The state of Karnataka holds exotic short trip spots. Know them all

Written By Abhilasha Agarwal | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Karnataka is one of the most richly endowed states in India when it comes to weekend destinations. With a mix of beautiful natural and man-made places, Karnataka gives a considerable measure of choices to brisk getaways around Bengaluru. From pleasingly scenic hill stations where one can indulge in fun adventures to coastal towns featuring pristine beaches where one can just sit back and get lost in solace, Bengaluru holds it all. If you want to break the monotony of your daily routine, leave behind all your worries and humdrum affairs of life, you need to plan your weekend getaways from Bengaluru.

Weekend getaways from Bengaluru that you need to plan right now

1.      Mysore (180 KM)

Mysore is the city that echoes its magnificent history and mirrors the charisma of the Kingdom of Mysore. It is one of the most attractive spots in India that pulls in visitors from Bengaluru and additionally tourists from various parts of the world. Mysore is also home to the centuries-old Devraja Market which is filled with spices, silk, and sandalwood. Mysore is famously known as the City of Palaces. You can visit Mysore at any time of the year. 

2.      Coorg (260 KM)

Coorg is among the popular weekend getaways from Bengaluru which is also known as Kodagu. It is situated in the Western Ghats abounded with espresso as well as spice plantations and dense eco-system. This rural district in Karnataka offers a peaceful and tranquil atmosphere amidst its sprawling eco-sphere. The place provides splendid adventure activities like trekking, bird watching, and coffee plantation tour. It is said that the best season to travel to Coorg is from October to April.

3.      Nandi Hills (60 KM)

Standing at the elevation of 1,478 meters, Nandi Hills is considered as the ideal short weekend getaway from Bengaluru. It is an ancient hill fortress that has numerous legends associated with it. If you are a history enthusiast, you must visit the Tiger Of Mysore, Tipu Sultan’s summer palace. It is said that trekking and paragliding are popular activities in Nandi Hills. It is said that the best season to travel to Nandi Hills is from October to June as it is the coolest season.

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4.      Shivanasamudra Waterfalls (135 KM)

Shivanasamudra is a small town in the Chamarajanagar district in Karnataka. Branching out of river Cauvery (Kaveri), Shivanasamudra falls is a marvellous sightseeing spot. The falls form a boundary to the Mandya district in the State. It is a perennial waterfall that sees the most voluminous flows that can be seen after the monsoon. The best season to travel to Shivanasamudra waterfalls is during monsoon.

5.      Nagarhole Wildlife Sanctuary (220 KM)

Nagarhole Wildlife Sanctuary is also known as Rajiv Gandhi National Park. It is a vibrant wildlife range that has been declared as the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Situated between the Western Ghats and Brahmagiri Hills, it is a part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve. It is one of India’s premier Tiger reserves along with the adjoining Bandipur Tiger Reserve. It is said that the best season to visit Nagarhole Wildlife Sanctuary is during winters or summers, maybe from October to May. 

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