Hill Stations Near Bangalore

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Bangalore, the capital of Karnataka is a hub of many prominent Indian and multinational companies.  This fast paced vibrant city is a home to many museums, amazing temples, palaces, and art galleries. Apart from its most appealing and extraordinary climate, the hill stations near Bangalore are sure to lure visitors looking for a break from their monotonous routine. Some of the best hill stations near Bangalore include Ooty, Coorg, Kodaikanal, Agumbe, and Munnar.

Ooty
Ooty, a popular hill station amongst the tourists because of its dazzling beauty and splendid valleys is located at a distance of 265 km from Bangalore. For a great road trip to this gorgeous hill station, we recommend booking Bangalore to Ooty cabs for a comfortable journey. This amazing hill station is surrounded by lakes, mountains, forests, and extensive tea gardens. This place is also famous for trekking and mountain biking. The Nilgiri Toy Train rides, boating, hang gliding are some of the activities that you can enjoy in Ooty. Kalhatty Waterfalls, Emerald Lake, Doddabetta Peak, Ooty Lake, Deer Park are some of the places that are worth a visit.  If you are hungry, Earls Court, Shinkows Chinese Restaurant, Nahar Restaurant, Nahar’ Sidewalk Café are some of the famous food outlets that you can visit.

Coorg
Coorg, located at a distance of 265 km from Bangalore is considered as one of the most sought after holiday destinations. And the best way to get there is to book cabs from Bangalore to Coorg. This charming town with its awe-inspiring views and lush green forests is a must visit place especially during monsoons. Large-scale tea and coffee plantation enhance the aesthetic value of Coorg. The Nagarhole national park with its variety of flora and fauna including the Tigers, Elephants, and Indian Bison ensures a remarkable experience. Omkareshwara Temple, Golden Temple, Abbey Falls, Raja’s seat, Talacauvery, and Namdroling Monastery are some of the famous tourist destinations in Coorg.

Kodaikanal
Kodaikanal is an incredibly romantic hill station situated at a distance of 469 km from Bangalore. Located at an altitude of about 7000 feet (2133 m), this hill station is famous for its prominent landmark- The Kodaikanal Lake. Kodaikanal is a perfect weekend getaway from Bangalore due to sparse crowds making it a serene experience. It offers a very pleasing atmosphere with quite a few scenic attractions. Berijam Lake, Dolphin’s Nose, Bear Shola Falls, Pambar Falls are the must visit attraction that you can add to their journey.

Agumbe
Agumbe, a small town also called the Cherrapunji of Southern India is situated at a distance of 380 km from Bangalore. For the nature lovers, Agumbe is the perfect hill station near Bangalore to unwind and relax. Since it receives the heaviest rainfall in the region, it is rich in various plants including some rare species like Ficus, Eugenia, and Garcinia. The Gopala Krishna Temple built in the 14th century is a major attraction in Agumbe apart from a range of waterfalls such as Onake Abbi Falls, Kunchikal Falls, and Jogigundi Falls. If you’re not too familiar with Agumbe, there are several cabs in Bangalore that’ll make your journey there really easy. The best time to visit is from November to January to avoid the heavy rainfall.

Munnar
Well, technically Munnar is not a hill station near Bangalore but is still is a worth a visit. It is situated at a distance of 520 Km from Bangalore in God’s own country, Kerala. Munnar is a charming hill station with large tea estates, magnificent scenery, and a large green cover. Neelakurinji flower that blooms only once in twelve years is seen in Munnar. Echo Point, Nyayamkad falls, Kundala Lake and Attukal Waterfalls are some of the main attractions in Munnar.

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