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6 Places to visit near Bangalore within 100 kms
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Bannerghatta National Park (Near Bangalore) - 23 Kms (Wildlife)

At a distance of 23 Kms from Bangalore City Railway Station, Bannerghatta National Park is the most famous wildlife park in Bangalore. Established in 1971, the park is spread over an area of 100 sq. km. This is the largest elephant reserve in the country with over 2500 Asiatic elephants.

One of the main attractions of this park is lion and tiger safari. The other attractions of this park include its crocodile, snake farm and the butterfly park.....

Muthyala Maduvu (Near Bangalore) - 43 Kms (Waterfall)

At a distance of 43 Kms from Bangalore (towards Hosur on NH7, diversion at Chandapura after Electronic City via Anekal), Muthyala Maduvu is a small & cute waterfall. Also known as Pearl Valley, it is a popular picnic spot around Bangalore.

Muthyalu means Pearls and Maduvu means Pond or Pool in Kannada. Situated in the midst of hills, nestled deep down in a valley, this secluded place makes a fascinating picnic spot.....

Nandi Hills (Near Bangalore) - 60 Kms (Nature / Trekking)

At a distance of 60 Kms from Bangalore (situated close to NH207 towards Chik Ballapur), Nandi Hills or Nandidurga is a popular tourist destination from Bangalore. With an altitude of about 1,478 meter, it is an ideal place for trekking and hiking.

It gets its name from the ancient Nandi or bull which is meant to be the mount of Lord Shiva. These hills are the source of the rivers Palar, Arkavati and Pennar. It was one of the Tipu's summer retreats.....

Chunchi Falls (Near Bangalore) - 83 Kms (Waterfall)

At a distance of 83 Kms from Bangalore (near Haroshivanahalli after Kanakapura - diversion at Kanakapura via Halahalli), Chunchi Falls on the River Arkavathi is one of the famous weekend destinations around Bangalore.

Water drops from a height of about 100 feet into a small pool creating a swimming pool with running water. It is an ideal place is swim, play & relax in water amidst naturally formed rock formations. This place is usually crowded on weekends.....

Kokkare Bellur Bird Sanctuary (Near Mysore) - 87 Kms (Wildlife)

At a distance of 71 Kms from Mysore, Kokkare Bellur Bird Sanctuary is located in Mandya District of Karnataka and is about 20 km from Mandya. The name of the village is derived from Kokkare meaning stork and Bellur meaning village of jaggery.

The Mandya district is famous for sugarcane fields and this village is famous for having large colonies of Painted Storks and Spot-billed Pelicans nesting in trees within the village. It is home to cranes, painted storks and pelicans.....

Mekedatu (Near Bangalore) - 93 Kms (Nature / Waterfall)

At a distance of 93 Kms from Bangalore (via Kanakapura), Mekedatu is a narrow gorge formed on River Kaveri.

Mekedatu means goat's leap in Kannada. River Kaveri flows into a deep and narrow gorge, so narrow that a goat could leap over it and that is how it got its name. When reaching the gorge the river flows ferociously onto the rocks sculpting them into some amazing shapes. The river Kaveri flows through a deep ravine of just 5 meter wide, narrow enough for a goat to leap across.....

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