8 Places to visit near Bangalore this New Year 2018: Have you planned your New Year 2018 celebrations? Don’t worry you can make the first day of the year adventurous with full of memories.
If you don’t have time for the planning of this occasion, you can offer a house party. And another better option is the trip to places near to your hometown. Here is the list of the destination near to Bangalore you could enjoy the eve and return home till the clock strikes 12.
8 Places to visit near Bangalore
Situated on Cauvery river and is between the Shivanasamudra and Mekedatu Falls. This town is around 100 km from Bangalore and if you have a car then you could reach in two to three hours. Bheemeshwari is also famous for the people who love fishing and camping. Other adventures such as trekking and boating are also there.
The small town situated on the banks of Kaveri river which is known from its largest waterfront regions of India. Gaganachukki and Barachukki are the two popular waterfalls of the destination. The distance of 120 km on Kanakpura/Mysore Road makes it reachable in just 3 hours. Here, you will also find the Asia’s second oldest hydroelectric power station.
The beautiful place is located in the middle of Mysore and Hassan. The list of chief pilgrim centres of the state has the name of Sravanabelagola also. The most well-known landmark of this place is Bahubali statue which is world’s tallest monolithic figurine of a Jain saint, Lord Gomateshwara. The main temple is situated on a small hill and it will take only 30 minutes on foot.
This place is located in the attractively unusual town of Pandavapura which is around 130 km from Bangalore. You can also reach here in again three hours. There is also an option of night trekking. If you choose this, you can enjoy the pleasing sunrise on the very first of New Year 2018.
This hill station is situated in the area of 30 km square having an altitude of 3500 ft. The Yelagiri hills have two famous peaks – Javadi and the Palamathi Hills. The trekking adventure is also there. You just have to drive for 2 hours.
This town got its name from the Goddess Hasanamba. Travellers from around the world reach there for trekking around the hills and for the relief from the life of the city. Other activities such as water parks and picnic areas are also the good option. A good driver could reach there in just 3 hours of drive.