Weekend Getaways from Bangalore in November | October - February

1. Ooty

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By exploring the minds of many beloved birds, families, and weekdays after the hustle and bustle of a week, Otte at an altitude of 2240 meters, nearly 270 kilometers from Bangalore, comes in a pyramid sanctuary. With a wide range of green space covered over the gentle slope of the hills and the vast forest of pine trees, Uti simply gives an opportunity to hang fresh air throughout the year. In addition, Otte also boasts many lakes surrounded by lush greenery that often allow the weekend to rent and fuel on a journey. Along with its renewable environment, Otte also represents a great colonial history that reflects the attractive buildings that attract many tourists from all over the world. Some of Uti’s famous attractions are the Doddabetta Peak at 2,653 meters, the Sacred River of Picara, the Wenlock Downs, the Kamaraj Sagar Dam, the Mudumalai National Park, the National Park of Mukherthi, the Emerald Lake and the Avalanche Lake. The train ride game from Ooty to Coonoor is another major tourist attraction.

2. Coonoor

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At an elevation of 1850 meters, about 290 kilometers from Bangalore, Connor is an ideal base for many explorations that lead to the depth of Nilgiri. It is about 20 km from Ooty and then visited by tourists from all over India. Coonoor’s main attractions are Sim’s Park, Dolphin’s Nose Viewpoint, Lamb’s Rock, Droog Fort and Law’s Falls. In addition, the Nilgiri mountain railway linking Coimbatore and Ooty is another landmark in Connor.

3. Wayanad

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The car leads you 270 kilometers from Bangalore, while maintaining the Bangalore-Mysore Highway and then the 212 National Highway, taking you to the natural plants in the depth of God’s Own Country and Yanad in Kerala. With the appeal of the mystic mountain and lush greenery interspersed with paddy fields, tea gardens, spices and lakes, Wayanad makes one of the finest weekend vacations from Bangalore. However, Wayanad is also home to many tribes representing the indigenous culture that attracts many weekend explorers as well as foreign tourists.

4. Coorg

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You are often surprised at such places on the ground that your body and spirit are free of all calamity. Korg is one of the sloping slides in Western Ghats, which provides an expansive ecological ambiance filled with coffee and spice spices, various types of plants and trees, gargling streams, waterfalls and wildlife. Throughout the year, Korg receives a mild climate and is a frequent weekend holiday from Bangalore, about 260 km away. The main tourist attractions in Coorg are Talakaveri, the origin of the Kaveri River, Nisargadhama, Iruppu Falls, Abbey Falls, Nagarhole, Bhagamandala and Omkareshwara Temple. Korg also expands the colors of the Tibetan settlement. Bylakuppe which hosts the Golden Buddhist Temple is another major attraction in Coorg.

5. Nandi Hills

Sunset at Nandi Hills

Nandi is a well-known hill station located near Bangalore and ideal for short weekends. It is an ancient hill castle that has many associated legends. The most famous place to visit here is the Sultan Tepu Summer Palace. Flights and paragliding are popular activities in the Nandi Hills.

Distance from Bangalore: 60 KM
Best Time to visit for a weekend trip: October – June
Ideal Weekend Duration: 1 day
Places to Visit: Brahmashram,Tippu’s Drop, Tippu’s Summer Residence, Nandi Bhoganandishwara swamy Temple
Activities for Weekend Holiday: Paragliding, Cycling, Trekking

6. Chikmagalur

Chikmagalur

Chikmagalur is a famous hill station and a weekend of Bangalore located in the foothills of the Mullayanagiri series. It pulls travelers and travelers on weekends simply through its earthy scents that are broadcast from many coffee groves. Chikmagalur is approximately 280 kilometers from Bangalore.

7. Madhugiri

Second largest monolith in Asia, Madhugiri

Madhugiri is a prominent destinations destination near Bangalore. Protects the place the second largest monolith in Asia, and attracts adventure lovers including both novice and expert. Weekends is ideal for the Bangaloreans adventure.

Distance from Bangalore: 106 KM
Best Time to visit for a weekend trip: September – April
Ideal Weekend Duration: 1 day
Places to Visit: Madhugiri Monolith
Activities for Weekend Holiday: Trekking

8. Shivanasamudra Waterfalls

Shivanasamudra Waterfalls near Bangalore

Submerged by the Cauvery River, Shivanasamudra Falls is a wonderful sight to catch. Come here during the monsoon to see the waterfalls in their most exciting form. It’s a great place to go for picnics on weekends with your family.

Distance from Bangalore: 135 KM
Best Time to visit for a weekend trip: March – October
Ideal Weekend Duration: 1 day
Places to Visit: Shivanasamudra Waterfalls
Activities for Weekend Holiday: Sightseeing, Picnic, Rappelling, Trekking

 

9. Hogenakkal Falls

Coracle boat rides in Hogenakkal Waterfalls near Bangalore

Hogenakkal Falls is one of the oldest waterfalls in the world. It is said that if you take a bath in its water, you can heal from different types of diseases. The milky white water flowing on the rocks is a wonderful view.

Distance from Bangalore: 135 KM
Best Time to visit for a weekend trip: December – February
Ideal Weekend Duration: 1 day
Places to Visit: Hogenakkal Waterfalls
Activities for Weekend Holiday: Coracle boat rides, Trekking, Medicinal baths

10. B R Hills

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The Biligiriranga Hills, often called BR Hills, are a lush green ridge that acts as an ecological distance linking Western Ghats to Eastern Ghats. BR Hills is located approximately 190 km from Bangalore and is another ideal retreat on the weekend. The area is home to more than 800 species of plants from various families and shows a close relationship with Western Gats. Moreover, it draws and draws the attention of many wildlife enthusiasts. The ocean also boasts many species of animals and birds, and the most visible mammals are the herds of wild elephants. Other mammals include sambhar, chital, shy barking deer which are very common here and the rare antelope four centuries.

11. Horsley

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The entrance to the Koundinya Wildlife Sanctuary, Horsley is one of the lesser weekends of travel from Bangalore which is about 140 kilometers away. It is located in Andhra Pradesh and the main tourist attractions here include Mallamma Temple and Reishi Valley School. In addition, Horsley Highlands offers many adventure activities such as zorbing, rappelling, and hiking.