Bengaluru eponymously known as the Garden City of India is home to some of the magnificent wildlife reserves, sanctuaries and parks that strive for their green picturesque and most importantly an array of species. When you visit this part of the nation, then you must make it a point to be at the ultimate places that bring you close to nature and let you embrace its beauty in the purest form.
Here is a list of the top five parks and nature sports that have been attracting tourists across the world.
1. Lal Bagh Botanical Garden
The Lal Bagh Botanical Garden was established by Hyder Ali and is predominately occupied by a large floral diversity. You can find over 1000 spices of flowers along with the largest collection of tropical plants at the garden. And the Bagh even hosts a unique flower show depicting its finest variants to the floral lovers. The park even features a lake, aquarium, glass house and the one of a kind Lal Bagh Rock that is almost 3000 years old.
You can visit the park anytime of the year so as to unwind and relax amidst fragrant flowers and tranquilizing environment.
2. Ulsoor Lake
When it's about the best nature attractions then Ulsoor Lake will surely not disappoint you. Situated at the St. Johns Road, this is the largest lake of the city and spreads to an area of 123 acres and is occupied by many small islands that create a memorable view, especially when you are there during sunset or sunrise. You can even opt for activities such as boating, diving or just simply sit back and spend quality time with your family.
3. Bannerghatta National Park
Though a bit outside the city, yet Bannerghatta National Park is must-see for anyone who arrives at Bangalore. You can travel to the park via roadways as it takes about 1.5 hours to reach this zoological reserve. All of this would definitely be worth it, because when you reach your destination you will get to see lions, elephants, deer, leopards and more that together make up the ecosystem of the park.
The best time to visit the park is in weekends as this is the period when most of the people including those who reside in Bangalore come to this place.
4. Cubbon Park
Structured by Major General Richard Sankey in 1884, the Cubbon Park previously known as the Meade's Park treasures 96 species and 68 genera of plants with a total of over 6500 plants and trees. In fact, the major elements of the city such as the Seshadri Iyer Memorial Hall, The State Archeological Museum and High Court of Karnataka are present within the boundaries of the park.
5. Freedom Park
Earlier opened as a Central Jail, the Freedom Park stands to be one the major political hotspot of the city. This park has hosted the famous India Against Corruption (IAC) movement that aimed towards fast government actions on the implementation of the Lok Pal bill.
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