Are you planning for some weekend travel opportunities from Bangalore?
If yes, then search for trekking near Bangalore and you will find a lot of places which you can consider for your weekend travel purpose. Here are some options.
Gokarna Beach Trek in New Year: This trek is arranged by the ‘Nature Walkers’ and it is happening from 29th December to 1st January. One has to deposit an amount if Rs 8500 to take part in this journey. Those who can be a part of this trek have to be in between 12 to 45 years old. Here during this time, one can get to see the Kite Festival and also Fireworks on the eve of New Year along the beach. One will be provided with the food and stay accommodation during this trip. Gokarna actually means cow’s ear and this is a holy place which is located in the Karvali coast and it is in between two rivers. These two rivers are Gangavali River and Agnashini River. This town is situated at the northern coast region of the state of Karnataka and it is a distance of 518 km from Bangalore. Here one can get to see some temples and of course the serene beach should not be missed. Winter is the best time to visit this place as it is mostly warm and pleasant. This can fit the bill of a perfect weekend gateway.
Vroooooom Pondicherry! (Bike ride meet up): This is happening from 13th January to 15th January. The cost to take part in this ride is Rs 490. But this is only when you come along with your own bike, for pillion riders, the amount payable is Rs 990. This is a road trip with bikes and people are travelling (actually riding a bike) from Bangalore to Pondicherry and when they drive they pass through Mahabalipuram. As a result, they are bound to hit the beaches and once they reach Pondicherry one can visit the beaches, the markets, churches and also the streets along with the lovely French eateries.
New Year Special: Gandikota & Belum Caves – Camping: This is happening from 29th December to 1st January. One has to register here with an amount of Rs 5449. This trip includes unlimited food, staying in proper tents on a twin sharing basis and other trekking expenditures. One can also do some river bath camping in the Karaoke caves. Gandikota caves are located on the right bank of the Penna River and are also known as the Grand Canyon of India. Then there is the Belum caves which is a fantastic piece of art created by the nature itself.
Narasimha Parvatha Trek & Udupi Beach: This is scheduled on 29th December to 1st January and one has to reserve their place by paying an amount of Rs 5449. Here the trip includes outdoor activities. Transportation costs and food with stay accommodation is also included.
Now, you have an idea on what to look for when you are searching for trekking opportunities from Bangalor.