Nelamangala Tourism & Travel Guide

Trips and Itineraries for Nelamangala

The route we took to travel was Bangalore-Nelamangala-Tumkur-Sira-Chitradurga-Davangere-Harihara-Ranebennur-Haveri-Bankapura- Hangal- Sirsi- Kumta- Honnavara- Idajungi....

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Karnataka, a land that contains 60% of Western Ghats is blessed with some exotic spots....

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Top Places To Visit in Nelamangala 1 Spots

Golden Palms Avenue, Off Tumkur Road, Nagarur colony, Bengaluru, Karnataka 562123, India

Weekend Getaways from Nelamangala  

Best time to visit - January,February,March,April,October,November,December
For a dose of south Indian culture with a side of French flavours, travel to the city of Pondicherry (also known as Puducherry), perched on India’s east coast in Tamil Nadu. Peppered with Gallic landscapes of bougainvillea draped colonial townhouses, pastel villas and leafy boulevards, Pondicherry is a haven for both – the traveller in the quest for spiritual awakening, and the leisure-seeking tourist. One of the Puducherry’s most sacred attractions, is the internationally acclaimed Sri Aurobindo Ashram located off Goubert Ave. Drawing lakhs of devotees from across the world every year, the grounds are home to the shrines of Sri Aurobindo and Mirra Alfassa (The Mother), and a meditation hall, which is one of the most peaceful places to visit in Pondicherry. Another must visit destination is the township of Auroville that was founded in 1968, located 8kms away from Pondicherry. The community, houses people of 45 nationalities. One of the lesser known things to do in Puducherry is bird watching at the Ousteri Wetlands, 10kms from the heart of the town. You could spend your mornings at city’s major beaches - Auroville, Serenity, Promenade and Paradise, and end your trip with a walk along the seafront promenade, as you chase the setting sun.


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