Monsoon FAQs for Bangalore Travel

06 August  |  Unwind

Bangalore, which is famously known as the garden city of India, is also a popular tourist destination, thanks to its cosmopolitan culture, great weather and a lot of famous tourist spots in its vicinity.

Come monsoons and Bangalore is buzzing with tourists who are looking to refresh, rejuvenate and enjoy the rains. If you are planning to visit Bangalore this monsoon and want to know how to

Is Monsoon the best time to visit Bangalore?

If you love rains, then Bangalore is the perfect destination for you to visit during the monsoons. Bangalore is surrounded by forests and hill stations that spring back to life during the rainy season and make great places to spend some quality time soaking in nature’s beauty.

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Where to stay in Bangalore?

Depending on your budget and your plan for sightseeing, Bangalore has some hotels and BnB’s to stay in. If you want to experience Bangalore’s nightlife, then M.G. road, Koramangala and Indiranagar are some of the best places to camp. If you are planning to travel further to any of the nearby hill station or forest, then staying close to the railway station or a bus stop will make commuting easy.

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Best Resorts for a family stay at/near Bangalore

Staying at a resort is an ideal way to spend your vacation time relaxing. Many resorts in and around Bangalore offer great comfort bundled with fun-filled adventure activities. The Discovery Village resort located in places such as Kabini, Masinaguda and Nandi hills is a perfect place to stay and enjoy your holiday or do team building activities. The Orange County at Coorg and the Serai resorts, Kabini are some of the best resorts near Bangalore.

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Is there any ancient temple in Bangalore?

Bangalore is not just about IT parks or good weather; it is also home to some famous, historical temples. The Bhoganandeeshwara Temple situated at the base of Nandi Hills is a 9th-century temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple was showered with riches by kings from various kingdoms that ruled here, with each one adding to the architectural marvel that this temple is now.

A visit to this temple is incomplete without visiting the Nandi hills. An overnight stay can also be planned in order to view the fantastic sunrise from atop the Nandi hills. The Discovery Village resort provides one of the best options of accommodation at Nandi hills, making your trip a memorable one.


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What can be explored in Bangalore during Monsoon?

The hills, forests and waterfalls that surround Bangalore are at their best during the rainy season. The rain rejuvenates the environment resulting in water bodies filling to the brim, waterfalls thundering down from great heights and flora and fauna coming to life. Shivasamudram falls, Abbey falls, Hogenakkal falls, the coffee estates of Coorg and Chikmagalur, Kodachadri peak in Shimoga are some of the best places to visit near Bangalore in monsoon.

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Are there any greener nature areas to explore?

There is no dearth of green zones near Bangalore. Dense forests, lush green fields, mountains covered with dense vegetation are common in areas near Bangalore. Nature lovers are in for a treat in Bangalore. Bandipur national park, Bannerghatta national park, Nagarhole national park, Rollapadu wildlife sanctuary and Periyar national park are just a few of the innumerable green areas which will leave you spellbound.





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