Pondicherry is an ideal weekend getaway from Bangalore, be it a bike trip with your friends or family or your partner. There’s plenty to see, do, or experience. This coastal union territory was earlier under the French colonization, and hence a lot of French architecture and culture still prevails.Read More
Wayanad, situated in the state of Kerala, is one of the tourist favorite hill stations near Bangalore. Wayanad is filled with an abundance of wildlife and lush greenery, making it an apt representation in God’s own land. The aromatic spice plantations, picturesque landscapes and a fresh, breezy climate throughout the year, give it an illusion of heaven and will want you never to leave this place.Read More
Kudremukh is known for its rich biodiversity. The evergreen, lush tropical forests is ideal for a perfect, adventurous two days trip from Bangalore. This place is famous for trekking trails with varying degrees of difficulties.Read More
Coorg is one of the tourist favorite hill stations in South India. Coorg, also known as Kodagu district, is fondly called the ‘Scotland of South India’. It is one of the perfect weekend getaways from Bangalore for all those Nature lovers and the ones who are looking for a thrilling bike ride.Read More
Sakleshpur is a lesser-known hill station in the Western Ghats of India. It is filled with the beautiful aromatic coffee, tea and spice plantations, which calls tourists for a check-in. If you are looking to escape the mundane lifestyle, for a relaxing two days trip from Bangalore, pack your bags to this charming hill station.Read More
Chikmagalur is fondly known as the “Coffee land of Karnataka.” It is situated at an altitude of 3,400 feet and provides an exclusive opportunity to walk through the coffee plantations cultivated all over the place. If you want you to escape from the tedious 9 to 5 work-life, this will be a perfect weekend getaway from Bangalore.Read More
The Writer and ME
Well, by profession I am a content writer, so it happens to be that I can juggle between words quite well, but when it comes to narrating my own journeys and travel stories, I never really gave it a thought.