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Ravinder Malik Apr 06 2016

Suggest a one day trip from Bangalore.

Etti Bali Apr 12 2016
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Bangalore is a beautiful city with many interesting places to see. You can pack in a lot of fun in a one day trip from Bangalore. From the rolling hills of Shivaganga to the adventure-filled Wonder La Amusement Park, Bangalore’s nearby places cater to all kinds of travellers.

Among the top ten places to visit around Bangalore, Bannerghatta National Park tops the list. Take part in an exhilarating safari and visit all enclosures or enjoy an elephant joy ride. A day tour would easily take up 4-5 hours, and in case you want to spend the night amidst the wildlife, then you can choose to stay in the Jungle Lodges Nature Camp run by KSTDC.


Inside the National Park (by Natesh Ramasamy)

If you are looking for a laidback and relaxed time away from the hustle bustle of city life, then head to Holiday Village Resort on Kanakapura Road. Situated around 1 hour away from the city, the resort has a sparkling swimming pool nestled in a grove of coconut trees.


Swimming Pool (from the official website)

History buffs can head to Kempegowda Fort which now lies in ruins, but offers great opportunities at trekking. Savandurga Hills and Shivaganga Hills are also great if you want to go trekking. A popular pilgrimage spot around Bangalore is Anthargange, which houses a small temple. These caves are a great way to find inner peace. There are many more options to explore and weekend getaways from Bangalore. Don’t forget to tell us where you spent your one day trip from Bangalore!
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Etti Bali Apr 12 2016
0 people found this answer useful Useful ?Yes
Bangalore is a beautiful city with many interesting places to see. You can pack in a lot of fun in a one day trip from Bangalore. From the rolling hills of Shivaganga to the adventure-filled Wonder La Amusement Park, Bangalore’s nearby places cater to all kinds of travellers.

Among the top ten places to visit around Bangalore, Bannerghatta National Park tops the list. Take part in an exhilarating safari and visit all enclosures or enjoy an elephant joy ride. A day tour would easily take up 4-5 hours, and in case you want to spend the night amidst the wildlife, then you can choose to stay in the Jungle Lodges Nature Camp run by KSTDC.


Inside the National Park (by Natesh Ramasamy)

If you are looking for a laidback and relaxed time away from the hustle bustle of city life, then head to Holiday Village Resort on Kanakapura Road. Situated around 1 hour away from the city, the resort has a sparkling swimming pool nestled in a grove of coconut trees.


Swimming Pool (from the official website)

History buffs can head to Kempegowda Fort which now lies in ruins, but offers great opportunities at trekking. Savandurga Hills and Shivaganga Hills are also great if you want to go trekking. A popular pilgrimage spot around Bangalore is Anthargange, which houses a small temple. These caves are a great way to find inner peace. There are many more options to explore and weekend getaways from Bangalore. Don’t forget to tell us where you spent your one day trip from Bangalore!
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