Savandurga or Savanadurga is one of the popular picnic destinations situated in the vicinity of Bangalore at about 75 km away towards its West, off the Magadi road.
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The rocky Western Ghats lie close to the shoreline and they offer a panoramic view that you’ll be able to take in when you’re trekking close to the beaches or deep in the forests.
Gokarna Beaches are the chief tourist attractions in the holy town of Gokarna. Gokarna is remotely populated with its nearest connection being Goa to its north and the city of Bangalore is located roughly around 275 miles to its east.
Turahalli is a popular tourist destination situated in South Bangalore, off Kanakapura Road, behind the Gubalala Village. Turahalli is a famous rock climbing destination among the rock climbers of Bangalore
Hampi is regarded amongst the topmost rock climbing destinations & bouldering capital of India. This place is visited by the rock climbers from India as well as abroad and offers excellent opportunities in bouldering.
Badami is a famous adventure destination in the state of Karnataka, owing to the presence of red sand stone cliffs that surround the Agastya Tirtha water reservoir. These sandstone cliffs have horizontal cracks, which make Badami a favored destination of rock climbers.
Coorg offers exciting white water rafting facilities, and it is slowly growing into an extreme sport destination
Coorg, which is known for its verdant hills and equable climate, has many popular trekking routes that are popular among the weekend crowd from neighbouring cities.
Anglers and fishing enthusiasts can throw in their line from the banks of the river in the hope to hook species like Ladyfish and Mahaseer. One such famous fishing spots is the Valnur Fishing Camp nestled near Kushalnagar on the banks of the river Cauvery.
Baba Budangiri is one of the highest peaks in Karnataka. Baba Budan was a 17th century Sufi whose shrine is at Baba Budangiri and Dattatreya is an incarnation of Lord Shiva.