Indian Premier League matches are thrilling the fans with excitement and the enthusiasts are going places (literally) to catch the live fun.
The match between Rajasthan Royals and Royal Challengers Bangalore is to be played at Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru and fans have already booked their tickets to watch the live match.
If you are here and wondering what to visit in Bengaluru after the match, then have a look at these beautiful and mesmerizing places around the city that are just about perfect for a getaway and a treat for nature lovers.
Though this hill station is in the southeast Indian state of Tamil Nadu, the distance from Bengaluru is just a 3-hour drive with a distance of 160 km.
The place is very serene and calm, away from the hustle-bustle of the city. The views of valleys and lakes surrounded by beautiful mountain ranges are just breathtaking. If you are a nature lover, this place is definitely your retreat. This hill station is yet to be disturbed by frequent tourists – the best place if you are looking for peace of mind.
Situated at just a distance of 25 km from Bengaluru, this national park is a paradise for animal lovers. You can catch sights of striped tigers, Asiatic lions, and spotted leopards, among others. The lush green vegetation and the tropical wildlife will surely captivate you. If you are fond of butterflies, Bannerghatta butterfly park will spellbind you with the bright patterns of these little colourful creatures.
It will take just an hour’s drive for you to reach this beautiful park from Bengaluru.
Picturesque beauty, refreshing falls, and lush greenery. This is Shivanasamudra Waterfalls for you. Located at a distance of 135 km with a 3 hrs drive from Bengaluru, these waterfalls are a beautiful blessing of nature. These falls were formed due to the splitting of Kaveri River around ravines and rocks of Deccan Plateau.
These waterfalls are also known as Siva Samudram, literally meaning Shiva’s Sea and are segmented waterfalls with several parallel streams formed adjacent to each other.
Perfect place for a picnic or quick weekend getaway.
Dubbed as the ‘Scotland of India‘, Coorg is a postcard-perfect region of scattered villages and hamlets, which are the epitome of old-world charm. The misty hills, lush teakwood and sandalwood forests, and acres of tea and coffee plantations of Coorg are stunning and mesmerizing. This is the best place for all nature lovers and adventure freaks.
It is at a distance of 265 km from Bengaluru with a 5-hour road trip.
One of the best destinations for trekking near Bangaluru, Savandurga hills are situated to the west of Bangaluru at a distance of 60 km with a 2-hour drive.
The view from the top is breathtaking and it is a sure-shot stress-reliever.