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Nandi Hills Tour Packages from Bangalore

Nandi Hills Tour Packages from Bangalore

Book 3 Popular & Best Nandi Hills Holiday Trips from Bangalore by Private Cab including, best Itinerary, Stay, Sightseeing and Meal Plan at affordable rates with best service.

Bangalore to Nandi Hills, Lepakshi & Ghati Subramanya 1 Day Tour Package.jpg
  • Tour Code: SMT - 610

  • Duration: 6.00 AM to 10-00 PM

  • Included: Sightseeing, Parking, Toll & Driver allowance & Permit Charges.

  • Excluded: Meal & Entry tickets.

Bangalore to Nandi Hills, Bhoganandiswara & Adiyogi 1 Day Tour Package.jpg
  • Tour Code: SMT - 611

  • Duration: 6.00 AM to 10-00 PM

  • Included: Sightseeing, Parking, Toll & Driver allowance & Permit Charges.

  • Excluded: Meal & Entry tickets.

Bangalore to Nandi Hills, Bhoganandeeshwara, Lepakshi & Adhiyogi 1 Day Tour Package.jpg
  • Tour Code: SMT - 803

  • Duration: 6.00 AM to 10-00 PM

  • Included: Sightseeing, Parking, Toll & Driver allowance & Permit Charges.

  • Excluded: Meal & Entry tickets.

Places to visit in Nandi Hills

  • Sri Bhoga Nandishwara Gudi: Bhoganandiswara Temple and Arunachaleswara Temple are a twin Hindu temples complex located in Nandi village in Chikkaballapur district of Karnataka, India. Ornate, beautifully carved and dedicated to Shiva, they have been variously dated between the 9th- to 10th-century CE.

  • Tipu's Drop: Named after Tippu Sultan, a former ruler, this viewpoint offers spectacular views.

  • Shri Yoganandeeswara Swami Temple: Yoga Nandeeshwara Temple is a Hindu temple in Nandi Hills or Nandidurg, Chikkaballapur district, Karnataka, India, is a dedicated to the Lord Shiva. Dates back to the Chola's Period.

  • Nandibetta Sunrise Viewpoint: Situated at a height of 4851 feet above sea level, you can see a convoy of weekenders from Bangalore during early hours catching the glimpse of sunrise.

  • Nandi Hills: Located around 60 kilometres away from Bangalore, Nandi Hills is one such tourist spot that has gradually been discovered by visitors over the years and has now become a well-known weekend getaway.

  • Neharu Nilaya: The summer retreat of Sir Mark Cubbon, the Commissioner of Mysore, this bungalow has now been converted into a guest house by the Horticulture Department of India. Its British style of Architecture attracts many tourists. The location of the hotel makes it a beautiful place to either visit or spend the night at as the colonial architecture will transport you to another time. The house has beautiful gardens around it that are maintained by the Horticulture department.

  • Satya Sports Village: Sports and adventure lovers who are keen to explore the secret hidden trails around Nandi have Horse Safaris, Cycling, Trekking and Nature Walks to choose from. People who want a safe haven and yet seek some adrenalin high we have an indoor trail for Horse riding, Cycling, Walking, Running within the Sports Village. Nature Lovers have Bird watching, Flora Walk, Treasure Hunts and Camping and if you love History then we have Heritage Historic walks around Nandi that will take you back to the days of Banas, Cholas, Hoysalas, Vijaynagar Kings and that of Tipu Sultan.

  • Channagiri Betta Trek Start Point: Channagiri Betta Trek Start Point is a hiking area located in Nandi Hills, Karnataka. The average rating of this place is 4.20 out of 5 stars based on 274 reviews. The street address of this place is 9MQH+9M4, Nandi Hills, Karnataka 562103, India. It is about 2.25 kilometers away from the Nandi railway station.

  • Tipu fort: Tipu Sultan’s birthplace on the outskirts of Bengaluru is marked by a most imposing fort. Yet, save for the occasional film crew that makes use of its majestic ramparts, it is hardly visited — while the international airport, a mere four kilometres away, clocks some 15 million travellers annually.

  • Horagina Betta: Trekking area with 3 moderate trails to the top of a peak with views of the jungle & countryside.

  • Shri Ranganatha Swami Temple: Just about 60 km from Bangalore, the temple also called “Rangasthala” is located on the way to Gauribidanur from Chikkaballapur.   An architectural marvel, the structure of the temple is splendid and has been built predominantly in the Vijayanagar style with influences from the Dravidian school of architecture as well.

  • Skandagiri Hills: Located in the Nandi Hill ranges, at a distance of about 68 kms from Bangalore, the historic hill fort of Skandagiri is also famous by the name of Kalwarebetta.

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