Nandi Hills Travel Tour and Trip to Nandi Hills Bangalore India
(Nandidurga)60 kms north of Bangalore is the summer resort called Nandi Hills. Also known as Nandidurga, it was one of the summer retreats of Tipu Sultan.
Nandi Hills was popular with the British too who built bungalows and laid out gardens here.
Today of course, it's a hot favourite among Bangaloreans who find this an ideal get-away for weekends. The 1478-m high Nandi Hills Bangalore is the originating point of many rivers.
And the forests surrounding the hills, abound with wild animals. Around the Nandi Hills are several smaller hills, which can be visited on foot.
How To Get There
By AirThe nearest airport is Bangalore.
By RailThe nearest railhead is Chikkaballapur.
By RoadNandi Hills is connected by road to Bangalore and Chikkaballapur.
Places To StayHotel Mayura Pine Top Nandi Hills.
Guest House of the Horticulture Department.
SummerMax: 29°C Min: 23°C.
Winter21°C Min: 11°C.
Location60 kms north of Bangalore, Karnataka.
Altitude1478 m above Sea Level.
Main AttractionTipu's Drop, Yoga Nandishvara Temple.
Best TimeThroughout The Year.
LanguagesKannada, Hindi, English.
Prime Attractions of Bangalore
Bangalore PalaceBangalore Palace, inspired by the Windsor Castle, was built in 1887 AD by Chamaraja Wodeyar in Tudor-style.
Bheemeshwari Wildlife SanctuaryBheemeshwari in Mandya district is an ideal place not only for the wildlife but also for people on a holiday spree.
Bull TempleThe Bull Temple situated in Bangalore, houses the 4.57 m high and 6.10 m long image of Nandi, Lord Shiva's bull.
Cubbon ParkIn the heart of the Bangalore city is located Cubbon Park, in front of Vidhana Soudha, stretching over an area of about 300 acres.
Daria Daulat Bagh PalaceHousing Tipu's Summer Palace, the Daria Daulat Bagh in Bangalore stands testimony to Tipu's love of greenery and open spaces.
Janapada Loka - Folk Arts Centre53 kms from Bangalore on Bangalore-Mysore Road at Ramanagaram is Janapada Loka, a subsidiary of Karnataka Janapada Parishath, registered as a public charitable trust in 1979, for the preservation and promotion of folk arts.
Lal Bagh GardensThe rich and beautiful Lal Bagh Garden is a pleasant 240 acres park in the southern suburbs of Bangalore.
Shree Gavi Gangadeshwara TempleSri Gavi Gangadhareshwara Temple near Bangalore, is a natural monolith carved cave temple dedicated to Lord Shiva.
Somnathpur: Kesava TempleWhen one arrives at Somnathpur, a tiny village on the banks of the Kaveri, 140 kms, south-west of Bangalore. Here in this everlasting rural stillness, like a milestone to eternity, stood one of the last and the grandest of Hoysala monuments - the Kesava Temple built 740 years ago.
Technical MuseumAdjacent to the Government Museum in Bangalore is the Vishveshwaraya Industrial And Technological Museum, the second of its kind in India.
Tipu's FortSituated opposite the city market, Tipu's Fort is known for the beautifully carved arches in Islamic style on the gate walls.
Tipu's PalaceTipu's Palace, the summer palace of Tipu Sultan is located in Bangalore. Within the fort are the remains of Tipu's Palace.
Vidhaan SoudhaThe majestic looking Vidhan Soudha located in Bangalore is a marvel of neo-Dravidian architecture and one of the most imposing building not only in Bangalore but also in India.