Weekend escapades from Bangalore you should not miss this Monsoon

Photo of Weekend escapades from Bangalore you should not miss this Monsoon by Naveen Meena

Rains anywhere usually brings along a craving to step out and travel. Bangalore is a city which has got a lot of awesome options within the range of 200-400 km, which are just perfect for a weekend getaway.

An Eco Friendly Retreat

A self-sufficient farm created using Zero Budget Natural Farming that employs state-of-the-art, eco-friendly methods of cultivation. The farm is a complete realm by itself: A herd of cows, a horde of rabbits and guinea pigs, geese, sheep,chicken, goats and a couple of watchful dogs. This is where you can get back to the roots, learn about farming practices, and even try your hand at farming, And they take our responsibility towards nature very seriously.

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Photo of Kanakapura, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India by Naveen Meena

Serene campsite surrounded by hills

A place which provides you option to do something a little different on weekends. Camping, treks and more, just 90 KMS from Bangalore. A good place for outdoor activities like trekking, hiking, running around in the woods, riding, farming and the gherkin factory to visit. Explore the temples and their history. Accommodations here is the campsite amidst Devarayanadurga hills. We have 5 families sized tents placed under thatched huts around a campfire. We always keep few spare tents for larger groups, or if the kids want to setup their own.

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Photo of Devarayanadurga, Karnataka, India by Naveen Meena

A 60 acre mangrove next to lake

ust 75km out of town are the hills around Krishnagiri, nestled between 2 minor ridges is a 60-acre farm – Alphonso By The Lake – next to a lake and a small forest. A large mango farm, a lake, hills around and the woods offer enough to explore over an active weekend.The drive to this place is scenic. And it’s close enough to actually cycle to if you’re so inclined! A weekend out camping here is a fun way to spend time with friends, the team or your family.

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Photo of Krishnagiri, Andhra Pradesh, India by Naveen Meena

30 Acre estate on top of a hill

A 30 acre coffee estate with large paddy fields and a lushly wooded section. The highlight of the place is a traditional style courtyard – house made almost entirely in carefully selected and chiseled laterite, built painstakingly over 4 years! The views are stunning all around. The wind a constant companion. And the walks in every direction make it a perfect do nothing destination just 3.5-4 hours from Bangalore.

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Photo of Sakleshpur, Karnataka, India by Naveen Meena

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