Ideas for a convenient one-day trip from Bangalore

Ideas for a convenient one-day trip from Bangalore

Bangalore is a both the Garden City and the Silicon Valley of India. This cosmopolitan city presents a plethora of options for holidaying. If you have already visited the popular monuments, museums, parks, lakes, chic malls, and shopping centers in the city and are looking for something more somewhere beyond, we have got you covered. Below is a list of five amazing places to consider for a one-day trip from Bangalore, the capital city of Karnataka.

Shivanasamudram Falls:

Shivanasamudram is a calm village and a hydropower project site. It is the scenic beauty of the waterfalls that made this village a popular tourist spot. The two multi-tiered waterfalls called Gaganachukki and Bharachukki together makes Shivanasamudram Falls. There are two different vantage points to view these waterfalls. Monsoon gives a refreshed look to this cascade of the Kaveri river water running through rocky cliffs amid lush greenery. Add Sri RanganathaSwamy Temple and Sri Someshwara Temple to your itinerary for this one-day trip near Bangalore.

Distance from Bangalore: 135 km

Bannerghatta National Park:

If you prefer a quick trip from Bangalore for a casual holiday with family or friends, Bannerghatta National Park is the best destination. This wildlife sanctuary with separate zones for animals is home to diverse flora and fauna. It is also India’s first biological park with a fenced elephant reserve. Sprawled over 260.5 sq. km of land, Bannerghatta NationalPark has a zoo, pet corner, children's park, crocodile farm, safari park, butterfly park, and snake house. You’ll also find ancient temples in this area. Go for a guided jungle safari to explore this vast national park!
Distance from Bangalore: 22 km


How about an adventurous outing in the hills of Ramanagaram? Does the name ring a bell? Yes, this is where the iconic Bollywood movie "Sholay" was shot. The rocky granite hills, dense forests, and a natural river flowing through this village open doors for several engaging activities like rock climbing, trekking, swimming, kayaking, canoeing, rappelling, etc. Night trekking and camping is sheer fun! Ramanagaramis also one of the best team outing places in Bangalore, where the groups enjoy numerous team-building activities.
Distance from Bangalore: 50 km


One of the peaceful places to visit near Bangalore is the town of Chikballapur that is famous for natural and man-made attractions. They include the famous Nandi Hills with Yoga Nandeeshwara Temple on the top and BhogaNandeeshwara Temple at the base, spectacular Vivekananda waterfalls, the architectural excellence of RanganathaSwamy Temple, Subramanya Swamy Temple and Sri Lakshmi Adi Narayana Swamy Temple. For adventure seekers, the surrounding six hills are ideal for great trekking and rock-climbing experience. To book cheap flights to Bangalore, visit Indian Eagle
Distance from Bangalore: 58 km


Anthargange, situated in the Kolar district in the Shathashrunga range is the best choice for a one-day trip from Bangalore because there’s something for every kind of traveler here. The hill located at an altitude of 1712 meters has many natural caves formed by volcanic rocks. If you are an adventure enthusiast, you’ll love caving, trekking, and rock-climbing through dense forest up the hill. Another major attraction is an ancient temple called Kashi Vishweshwara Temple, where a perennial stream flows from a small crevice. This stream with a mysterious origin is considered holy by the locals. The name ‘Anthargange’ meaning 'Inner Ganges / Ganges from deep' refers to this stream.
Distance from Bangalore: 70 km

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