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Missed New Year’s Eve Celebrations? 7 Places For Camping Near Bangalore This Weekend

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HolidayIQ Travellers share their experiences at these ideal camping places near Bangalore.

Missed New Year’s Eve Celebrations? 7 Places For Camping Near Bangalore This Weekend:

  1. Dandeli (Karnataka)
  2. Honnemardu (Karnataka)
  3. Kalpetta (Kerala)
  4. Bangalore (Karnataka)
  5. Kudremukh (Karnataka)
  6. Madikeri (Karnataka)
  7. Coonoor (Tamil Nadu)

1. Dandeli - Ultimate Peace

Dandeli - Ultimate Peacesource: visitdandeli.com

HolidayIQ Traveller Kriti Goyal shares, “If you are looking to get rid of all contacts from world and dive in the wildness of nature, visit Dandeli. Its un-commercial and doesn't have internet/mobile network network at most times. The best thing to do in Dandeli is Kali River water sports. Long river rafting is a must do. Its a little expensive at 1500 rupees compared to short rafting of some 200-300 rupees, but you'll miss what real rafting is. Long rafting is some 9 km and its second best in India after Rishikesh. Apart from that night safaris, bird watching is pretty famous. Choose your resort wisely.”

2. Honnemardu - Captivating Landscape By The Lake

Honnemardu - Captivating Landscape By The Lakesource: nativeplanet.com

HolidayIQ Traveller Renukaprasad shares, “This place is very scenic and a great picnic spot. It is surrounded by backwaters of River Sharavathi. Overnight stay on the island is very exciting. Take a ride on a coracle and explore the beauty of the island across the lake or go for kayaking and boating. Stay in camps in Honnemardu and enjoy campfire, self-cooked dinner and star-studded sky at night. Nature enthusiasts can take long walks in the surrounding forests and take pleasure in watching various birds and butterflies fluttering around."

3. Kalpetta - Amidst Nature's Greenery

Kalpetta - Amidst Nature's Greenerysource: trawell.in

HolidayIQ Traveller Saurabh Roy shares, “Kalpetta is a nice weekend getaway from Bangalore. It a small and quiet hill station at the borders of Kerala. Lush green surroundings, fresh air and picturesque scenic beauty make it the destination perfect for nature lovers. The coffee and tea plantions are sure to refesh your tired mind.”

4. Kanva Dam - Gorgeous Sunrise By The Dam

Kanva Dam - Gorgeous Sunrise By The Damsource: trippinonlife.wordpress.com

Located on Mysore Road after Ramnagara, Kanva Dam is a small reservoir where you can drive your car close to the water and enjoy the scenic sunrise.

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5. Kudremukh

Kudremukhsource: india.com

HolidayIQ Traveller Amulya Nataraj shares, “It takes around 8 hours to reach Kudremukh from Bangalore. The roads are pretty decent. The ghats section starts once we are close to Belur. You need to travel at least 3 hours in the ghat section. You can see coffee and tea estates on either side of the road. Enjoy the beauty of nature but at the same time, the journey would be bit tiring due to the curve path. There are multiple options for trekking or you can just take a jeep to reach the peak. Hanuman Gundi is a must-visit. You will need to climb down a few steps to reach the falls, which is worth it.”

6. Madikeri - Camp Above The Clouds

Madikeri - Camp Above The Cloudssource: holidayrentals.co.in

HolidayIQ Traveller Ashok from Delhi shares, "Madikeri is a nice place for relaxation. For youngers adventurous. For nature lovers students perfect place. We love Abbey fall. We love mandalpatti for superb scenic view and adventurous route to reach. We should take short but adventurous tour at Mandalpatti. Nisargadhama is a nice place to visit not only for deer park but to see wooden logs of different shapes."

7. Coonoor

Coonoorsource: brightwaygroup.in

HolidayIQ Traveller Bharath shares, “We took the Bangalore-Kanakpura Highway and then travelled via Chamrajnagar to take the Coimbatore-Ooty highway. The roads along the whole stretch were laid and maintained even though it was not a four lane road, the road had very less traffic and the views compensated for the speed dash that the Bangalore-Mysore road offered. We took around five-and-half-hours to reach Kurumba Village Resort, including a break for breakfast and a couple photo breaks."

The views above are collated from opinions expressed by travellers on www.holidayiq.com

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