Bangalore an amazing city with an amazing crowd. Popularly known as the Garden city or may be a Cosmopolitan city. Bangalore is also called as the Silicon Valley of India due to its nation leading position in IT Market. It serves as the capital city of Karnataka as well as industrial capital also. Today, Bangalore houses number of well-recognized colleges and research centres, telecommunications, software companies, private industries, defence organizations, aerospace, etc. The Bangalore city is also very famous for its amazing nightlife. There are a number of places in Bangalore that are worth visiting, including gardens, museums, palaces, temples, etc.

Bangalore is well appreciated for its pleasant weather and its stunning combination of the urban life as well for its countryside charms which are still very much prevalent in the suburbs of the city.

Places around Bangalore within 150Km:

- Ramnagaram: 54.6Km (Best for camping and trekking)

- Savandurga: 60Km (Best for camping and trekking)

- Nandi Hills: 61.1Km (Best for Sunrise and Sunset views)

- Anthargange: 70Km (Best for cave exploration and trekking)

- Bheemeshwari: 101.9Km (Best for jungle treks, rafting, kayaking and camping)

Places around Bangalore between 150-300Km:

- Mysore: 151.6Km (Best for sightseeing and historical places)

- Chikmagalur: 242.8Km (Best for trekking and camping)

- Coorg: 243.4Km (Best for trekking, rafting and camping)

- Wayanad: 281.1Km (Best for trekking, cave exploration and wildlife)

Places around Bangalore above 300Km:

- Pondicherry: 310.4Km (Best for beaches and historical places)

- Gokarna: 448Km (Best for beaches, temples and forts)

- Dandeli: 462Km (Best for trekking, rafting and camping)

Savandurga: Climb, camp, chill! Just 60 kilometres away from Bangalore, Savandurga is one of the good road trips from Bangalore to calm those jittery nerves!

Bangalore to Savandurga Road Condition: The roads are good overall, apart from a few stretches on and off.

Skandagiri: Skandagiri is an ancient hill fortress located about 70 km from Bangalore and is perfect for a one-day road trip. One of the famous place for night trekking, and one can witness the spectacular sunrise from there before proceeding downhill.

Ranganathittu: At a distance of just 5 km from the Srirangapatna. Comprising of six small islands, this place was declared as a bird sanctuary in the year of 1940. Some of the birds seen at Ranganthittu are the white Ibis, cormorants, egrets, herons, river terns and darters. In addition, the place is also home to a large number of crocodiles. Car rentals in Bangalore would help you to reach the place within time.

Savandurga:  Savandurga, considered to be one of the largest single rock formation in the whole of Asia. Located 60 km away from Bangalore, of two hills, Billigudda (white hill) and Karigudda (black hill) and has a temple situated at the foothill and a pond nearby. Car for rent in Bangalore would be a great option if you are looking for a short break.

Kunti Betta:  Kunti Betta essentially comprises of two rocky hills that are situated at a maximum height of 2,882 feet above sea level. Located about 100km from Bangalore, the locals believe that this place is named after Kunti - the mother of the Pandavas, as she grew fond of this place during their time in exile.

Nandi Hills: Nandidurg or Nandi Betta is an ancient hill fortress situated in a district called Chikkabalapur in Karnataka. Situated 60km from Bangalore on Bellary Road, Nandi hills is famous for sightseeing, paragliding, ancient temple and many more things. At a height of 4851m above sea level, Nandi Hills is a favourite destination for all nature lovers and a popular picnic spot that can be visited with car for rent in Bangalore.

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