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Recently, i just saw a travel series on youtube by tripoto channel only. There were 2 ppl travelling from mysore then to ooty to pollachi and lastly dhanushkodi. I found it a great road trip plan. Also as you are starting from bangalore, it can easily be comoleted in 4 days You can check out that video link:https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-Zpgmu8EPLYYuVx8g1LUfTn-NRfGfseH
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You can travel to munnar.
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Send me details please.
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Hello , if you are planning a trip from Bike I would suggest you to go to Coorg also known as Scotland of India. This place is awesome and have beautiful hill view , waterfalls , river rafting and much more to explore. You can also connect on my Instagram to see some awesome pictures from my trip. I made a bike trip from Mysore to coorg. My instagram handle is @aman__guptaaa
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Hi, you can take bike trip to- Coorg Munnar Ooty Nandi Hills Mysore
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Try Kerala.. munnar n allapey would do
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Pondicherry or ooty
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You can plan a Bike trip to Bangalore - Mysuru - Coorg- Gokarna-Bangalore. Total trip length will be around 1124 km. I did bike trip of 1300 km in 4 days.You can also do this.
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Hi Pramod, If you are an adventure seeker, there are many other places hidden in the Sharavati and Western ghat region. Here are two options for you https://www.littledetoursoflife.com/2018/03/solo-ride-to-yana-sirsi.html https://www.littledetoursoflife.com/2016/12/in-company-of-solitude.html Cheers!
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Hey Pramod, As told to you here s your itinerary for 4 to 5 days from Bangalore ... Bangalore to Sakleshpur - 225 Kms ... Sakleshpur to Chikmagalur - 60 Kms ... Chickmagalur to Kudremukha - 110 Kms .... Kudremukha to Dharmasthala - 100 Kms ... Dharmasthala to Bangalore - 300 Kms ... Don't look for too much of kilometres .. this is a beautiful state and demands your time on your ride to see and observe flora and fauna all the way ... Bro, every day you have one destination to reach and there are quite a lot of places to look out for in every town and city... Take good rest and the roads are curvy and serpentine in this part of Karnataka as it comes mostly under Western ghats ... But the view this ride will offer to you will be impeccable dude ... Go ahead with this and ping me for anymore queries ... Happy and safe riding Bro !!!
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Welcome. ..
Thank you so much...
Hey you can visit Coorg and Ooty. There are many places to visit around. If you want i will share itinerary for you. Let me know.
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Hey Pramod, You have many places to ride from Banglore: Here are few - 1. Sakleshpur, which is 240 kms from bangalore and you can spend two days around and visit manjarabad fort, rottikallu falls, mookanmane falls etc... https://www.tripoto.com/trip/sakleshpur-the-land-with-lush-greenery-5a7c1213ef292 2. Mysore, which is 140 kms from bangalore and you can spend around 3 days around and visit Chamundi hills, Mysore palace, KRS dam, Srirangapattana, Dalwat bagh etc Here s my itinerary to Mysore trip: https://www.tripoto.com/trip/visit-to-mysore-the-cultural-abode-of-india-597afc46a9c23 3. Coorg, which is 280 kms from Bnagalore and you can spend 3 days around and visit Madikeri fort, temple, Bhagamandala, Tala Kaveri, Mandalpatti, etc.. Here is the itinerary of my ride to Coorg: https://www.tripoto.com/trip/a-3-day-ride-in-the-land-of-kodavas-coorg-5a794ef5b0233 4. You can ride to Bandipur National Parka nd then to Wayanad and back to Bangalore: Here is my itinerary for the same: https://www.tripoto.com/trip/a-weekend-drive-from-bangalore-to-bandipur-5a9135b9e9c3a Happy and Safe Riding Bro!!!
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Thanks..
Okay Bro ... gimme sometime and I will be replying to you the better itinerary to go for a ride....
Thanks Anil . I. am actually looking for a long ride for 4-5 days. Even 1.2k+ kilometer is OK for me
You can try Nilgiris via Mysore. Its worth riding on bike
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Hi Pramod, you can head to Gandikota from Bangalore. I'm attaching with this comment a post about the same roadtrip. You can go through the details of it and plan your roadtrip.
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