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2 Days Trip Near Bangalore For your Weekend

If you are looking for weekend gateways near Bangalore, Here are the top places to consider for 2 day trip near Bangalore.

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Dandeli

Dandeli

Dandeli is the most sought out tourist destination for nature lovers, wildlife photographers, water sports activities and trekking. It is situated on the banks of the River Kali in North Karnataka.

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Hampi

Hampi

A place where the blessings of nature exist in its pristine form, Hampi is an ancient town located in the eastern state of Karnataka.It includes the attractions of the mesmerizing Tungabhadra River, adventure treks, amazing bouldering, and traditional Hampi bazaar.

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Ooty

Ooty

Planning for a perfect weekend getaway? What about Scotland? But wait you can’t travel to Scotland over a 2 Day Trip Near Bangalore. Ooty, the “Scotland of the East” also known as Udhagamandalam is one of the most beautiful towns of Tamil Nadu.

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Nilgiri hills

Nilgiri hills

This hill, also known as the Blue Mountains in India, is one of the most ravishingly beautiful hilly terrains in India and supposedly one of the best in the world too. High above the sea level, situated at the junction of the two ghat ranges of the Sahayadri Hills, Nilgiri district provides a fascinating view or 2 Day Trip Near Bangalore.

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Nagarhole

Nagarhole

Beautiful and exquisite, Nagarhole National Park is a two in the one-weekend destination. Nagarhole National Park or Rajiv Gandhi national park is located in Kodagu district of Karnataka.

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Kabini

Kabini

A paradisiac experience for those who love to surround themselves with nature, the Kabini Wildlife Sanctuary serves as the habitat for almost two-hundred and fifty species of flora and fauna. Located near the Kabini River, this reserve is a part of Nagarhole National Park.

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Sakleshpur

Sakleshpur

A hill-station clad in absolute serenity, Sakleshpur is cocooned in the mountain ranges of Western Ghats, in the state of Karnataka. Safely hushed away from the naked eyes of the travelers. Sakleshpur is a heaven on earth which is a must-see for you.

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Bandipur

Bandipur

Formed by extending the Venugopal Wildlife Park, set up in 1931 by the Mysore Maharajas, Bandipur National Park is one of India’s best known Tiger reserves, spread over an area of 880 sq. Km.