Madiwala Lake, Bangalore. Know more about entry fee, visit duration, opening timing, activities and parking facility at Madiwala Lake.
Lakes in Karnataka
Depletion of lakes in Bangalore is occurring at a fast pace. United Way Bengaluru released a report to rejuvenate the city’s lakes. Read on to know more.
Pampa Sarovar near Anegundi is one of the five sacred lakes in India. It has deep connection to Hindu mythology and Ramayana. It is a famous tourist spot.
Lumbini Gardens is a water-front leisure park in Bangalore. This public park is situated on the banks of the Nagavara Lake which is located on the Outer Ring Road of Hebbal. The park stretches over an area of 1.5 km along the lake. The place is famous as an eco-friendly boating zone and a family […]
Lingambudhi Lake in Mysore is one of the surviving freshwater lakes. It is one of the rare spots where different species of birds and butterflies can be spotted.
Pilikula Lake is a serene water body located in the vicinity of Mangalore. The lake is situated on the Mangalore – Moodbidri Highway (NH13), at a distance of about 12 km from the town of Mangalore. The lake is part of the “Pilikula Nisarga Dhama”, an eco-educational tourist park that comprises of a zoo, botanical […]
Vengaihnakere Lake in Bangalore is a popular boating destination. The park adjacent to this lake in Bangalore is a fun and entertainment zone with children play area and boating facilities of various kinds.
The Nagavara Lake in Bangalore is a popular leisure-destination. The Lumbini Gardens adjacent to the lake offers various leisure activities like boating, artificial wave fun, children’s play area, etc.
The Hesaraghatta Lake in Bangalore is a paradise for bird watchers. The century-old manmade lake in Bangalore is ideal for nature walks or watching various lovely species of birds.
The Bellandur Lake in Bangalore is one of the largest lakes of the city. The lake was once home to several species of birds and other wildlife. Today the lake has lost most of its beauty.