Nandi hill is a renowned hill station in Karnataka with countless sites for visitors to explore. It is also a perfect weekend hotspot for visitors to Bengaluru. If you are currently in Delhi, you can catch up Delhi to Bangalore flight to reach there. It is near the international airports, making it easy for travellers to access. There are also quite a few hotels in Bangalore and near the airport, so stays and accommodation won't be an issue. With a plethora of places to see and explore, such as ancient temples, ruins of royal forts, and other astonishing architectural wonders. So, now let us look at some of the top places you can visit in the Nandi hills.
Yoga Nandeeshwara Temple
This extraordinary architectural wonder is situated at the base of the Nandi hills, the counterpart to the Nandeeshwara temple. It is devoted to Lord Shiva, and the temple represents the later stage of life of Lord Shiva, i.e. renunciation. It originated during the Chola dynasty. From the temple, you can also see the enthralling view of the adjoining valley.
The region of Nandi hills is famous for its mountainous terrains, and several caves exist in these mountains. There is one such cave named Brahmashram, one of the region's most famous caves. The travellers, especially those inclined to spirituality, visit this cave. Sage Ramakrishna Paramhansa is one eminent person who spent some of his days here. The cave is enclosed with lush greenery and an ambient environment that makes the visitor's mind relaxed and peaceful.
The Channapura falls one of the best places for adventure junkies who have come to visit the Nandi hills in search of adventure. Amidst the grace of nature, this captivating waterfall allures visitors of all kinds, especially during the monsoons, which is the best time to visit this place. The trails during trekking here are extremely stunning and offer visitors panoramic greenery of the valleys!
Tipu Sultan's Fort
Tipu Sultan is a name embedded in the pages of history who fought bravely for the sovereignty of our motherland from the Britishers. His presence is also in Karnataka's heritage, and he built some great edifices and forts during his rule, which is one of the major tourist attractions to this date. The name of the Tipu Sultan's fort is Tashk-e-Jannat. Although Tipu Sultan's father built it, ultimately, he completed the construction. There are also several trekking trails around the place which offer picturesque views of the surroundings.