Sunday 13 March 2016

Morning Ride to Thattekere lake

It is far-fetched that you would have ever known about Thattekere Lake. This obscurity is the thing that makes Thattekere's an intriguing half day trip from Bangalore. Situated amidst an Elephant corridor, Thattekere Lake is additionally a sanctuary for feathered creature watchers and one of the more curious spots to visit in Bangalore. The peaceful waters of the Lake pulls in many winged animals particularly at first light. The nearest town to Thattekere is Ragihalli which has a thriving sericulture. The silk cases in the houses which have received seri-society, is another prominent fascination at Thattekere. Head to Thattekere Lake, on the off chance that you are searching for an off the beaten trail destination among spots to visit in Bangalore.

Thattekere lies in an Elephant corridor  and great alert ought to be practiced while here. The zone around the Lake has electric fences and check posts. At any expense, don't wander alone into the bushes. There have been lethal experiences of clueless individuals with the wild elephants. Adhere to the open spaces and avoid the woods.

How to reach : 

Option 1: Via Electronic city flyover------ Take a righ turn in Jigani----Take left turn Near Kirloskar company--- Head towards Swami Vivekanada Yoga School --- Reach Dhwara of Mahadeshwara temple.

Option 2: Thattekere can be reached from Bangalore via Bennerghatta Road. If you prefer Banneghatta road then go past the National Park, Ragihalli and Sivanahalli.

Option 3:  Kanakapura Road.

Food : Not Available
Permission: Not Required

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Saturday 5 March 2016

Night Trek to Kaurava Kunda

Kaurava Kunda is twin hill, which is named after the Pandavas and the Kauravas. Both the slopes are effortlessly agreeable from Hariharapura, which is a little village in the town of Chikkaballapura and it is referred to (as much as it could ever be known) for these twin crests. The hill is around 75 kms from Bangalore and around 5 kms from Chikaballapura. The hill of this rich slope rises 250 meters high and a flight of sandy steps lead to the top. Mostly halfway lies the hallowed place of Lord Shiva, who rules over the glossy mountain, scaled incidentally by brave mountain climbers.

Route: Bangalore -- Chikkaballapura ---Hariharapura
How to get there: Can be reached by KSRTC Bus.

How we travelled: Own vehicle (Winger)

Distance of trek: 2 hrs

Permission: Not Required (Do not harm village atmosphere)

Food/Breakfast: Available in Chikaballapura

Steps: Yes, till the temple.

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