With the innumerable number of destinations, Karnataka provides a lot of options for a trip in and around the city of Bangalore, which can offer a fun-filled holiday or team outing.
The picturesque town of Coorg or Kodagu, is a popular weekend getaway which is 276 kms from Bangalore as it offers a peaceful and tranquil atmosphere and due to its proximity with the city, it is an ideal weekend getaway from here. Coorg presents a very beautiful picture with its lakes, streams and mist covered mountains making itself an ideal weekend destination.
Wayanad is 265 kms away from Bangalore. Wayanad is a favorite among tourists who want to spend some peaceful time in the lap of nature as it is located at the foothills of the beautiful Western Ghats offering a splendid sight of wildlife in their natural habitat.
Called the ‘Gift of the Forest' Kodaikanal satisfies its name with verdant glades and invigorating backwoods that alleviate the psyche. The view of the mystical mountains and the landscapes of this magical place is itself a perfect respite from the daily hassles of life. It is 463 kms from Bangalore.
Mainly a religious destination, Gokarna is 518 Kms from Bangalore and best known for the temple of Lord Shiva. however, the destination has other coasts like Om Beach, Kudle Beach, Nirvana and Paradise Beach that are hotspots from travelers all over the world.
Located 476 kms away from Bangalore, Munnar is a town and hill station located in the Idukki district of the southwestern Indian state of Kerala. It offers a serene view with its bed of lush green mountains.
This beautiful town of temples is full of wondrous escapes and picturesque towns that are beauteous by nature and have been recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Distance is 343.5 kms from Bangalore.
Jog Falls is considered as the second highest waterfalls in India. Located approximately around 410 kms from Bangalore, it falls in the Shimoga district of Karnataka. Jog Falls delivers breath taking views with its intense beauty and calmness mostly during the monsoons.
Nandi Hills is situated at a distance of 60 kms from Bangalore. This is the most favorite weekend getaway hotspot for any known Bangaloreans. Early morning ride to this immensely beautiful location, gives you a very refreshing start of the day with the majestic view of the sunrise.
Located in the Chamrajnagar district of Karnataka, Bandipur is almost 230 kms from Bangalore. Famous for its Wildlife Sanctuary and forest Safari, Bandipur is also known for the wild jungle stays.
Last but not the least, is the famous city of Mysore, located at the base of Chamundi Hills is situated around 150 kms from Bangalore. This place is a must visit for any person who has been in Bangalore, just to experience the majestic era of Tipu Sultan and experience the architectural geniuses created then. The best time to visit Mysore is during Dusshera to relive the grand celebrations and also not to miss out the beauty of Mysore palace and garden.