Adventure Trip Spots Near Bangalore

Coorg
Coorg Trip:Trekking in Coorg can be an ultimate experience. Coorg has many trekking spots and the best period to trek is from October to February. Pushpagiri, Kotebetta, Thadiyandamol and Brahmagiri are the most popular trekking destinations in Coorg. There are few organizations around Coorg that offer white river rafting in Coorg. Barapole river is the most popular river rafting location. Barapole river has some attractive stretches to raft through rapids. Organizers like Acepaddlers, Barapoleriverrafting etc , might help you get some good river rafting experience.At Charambane you also need to arrange for a jeep to pick you up at the end of the trek. The jeep will drive you down to Kallugundi from where you can get a bus to Madikeri. Charambane is in Coorg, 25 kms from Madikeri on the Bagmandala Talacauvery route.

Makalidurga
Makalidurga Trip:Makalidurga is a village in Doddaballapura Taluq, around 60 kms from Bangalore. The place is well known for the granite hillock (1350 m above sea level) with the ruins of the ancient fort/temple on its top & shimmering lakes stretching on either side serenely below them.Makalidurga is very well connected by both road and train. Train is the cheapest and the fastest available mode. You won’t believe you can plan your cheapest day out if you plan by train to Makalidurga. The train fare would be 4 Rs from Bangalore (Yashwanthpura Rly Station) & the return journey would cost you 9 Rs per head. So shell out 13 Rs from your pocket: your up & down transportation is taken care.The trek to the top of the hill takes about 2 hours, which means you could easily start at 10 at night, camp for a while at the top of the hill and then make your way down by 5 in the morning.
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Reader's comments(2)
1: Thank you for sharing with us details of Tourist Attractions near Bangalore City. I have seen many of them and hope to visit the rest within two years.
Posted by: Ratilal Shah - 01 Jul, 2014
2: Please be Aware that the Agumbe forest is highly infested with leeches. Within 10minutes you can have as many as 30-40 sticking on to you. Better to go there fully clothed with thick clothes, like with jeans material.
abhaya replied to: Ratilal Shah post - 05 Sep, 2015
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