3 Appealing Hill Stations Near Bangalore, India

Bangalore is one of the biggest metropolitan cities in India. It boasts top-notch education institutions and a thriving IT sector, which attracts people from all over the country and the world. The ‘bustling Silicon valley of India’ has made a name for itself as a great destination for work purposes, but that isn’t all that the capital of Karnataka state has to offer.

Bangalore is located in proximity to some of the best hill stations of South India, making it a great base for an adventure into the hills.

Let's take a look at some of the best hill stations near this sprawling city, which are close enough for a quick getaway:


Also known as Udhagamandalam, this popular hill station is located around 280 km from Bangalore in Tamil Nadu. It served as the summer headquarters of the Madras Presidency, and the name literally translates to 'House in mountains'.

Bangalore to Ooty cabs
 are aplenty, so getting to this beautiful town is never a problem. The weather is around the 15 degree Celsius mark on average, and even drops to zero in the winter. The pristine landscape is marked with dense vegetation, small hills and eucalyptus trees amid tea gardens. Well developed and calm, with several scenic views to behold in and around the town, Ooty is among the best places to visit near Bangalore.



Also known as Kodagu, this is a district in Karnataka near Bangalore that is well known for its natural beauty. The British even named it the 'Scotland of India' owing to its stunning landscapes.

Coorg is around 250 km away from the city, and Bangalore to Coorg cabs
 are the best mode of transportation to get here. Public transportation is not very effective here, which is a big hassle considering that tourist spots are spread across the district.

The area has many quaint little villages and coffee plantations, where some of the best coffee in the country is produced. The capital of Coorg, Madikeri is known for its amazing climate and expansive views. Other places to see in Coorg include the Tibetan Monastery, Abbey Falls, Nagarhole Wildlife Sanctuary and Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary.



A district in Kerala located 280 km from Bangalore, Wayanad is predominantly covered in foliage and the climate is cool all around the year. The district has many interesting sights spread across it, with Bangalore to Wayanad cabs
 being the preferred mode of transport.

Some of the more popular tourist spots in Wayanad include Pookote Lake, Banasura Sagar Dam and Waterfalls and Chembra Peak. The latter is actually among the highest peaks in South India, at 2,100 metres.

Wayanad also has some of the most beautiful waterfalls in South India, including Soochipara Falls, Meenmutty Falls, Kanthanpara Falls and Chethalayam Falls. Edakkal Caves provide a varied experience, and Sunrise Valley, as the name suggests, is among the best places to watch the sun set and rise amidst dramatic mountain scenery.

There are a lot of reasons to head for the hills. Not only do they provide pristine air and cool weather, but also a different perspective on the life around you. So pack your bags, and go on that trip you deserve!


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