Karnataka is known to offer serenity to people from all walks of life who are looking to break free from their hectic schedules to seek solace. It draws huge attention for its amazing hill stations. They are a great retreat for those looking for solitude. Undisturbed by commercialization, Hill Stations near Bangalore are undisputedly the favourite destination for tourists. With falls, rock formations, lakes and mountains, you’ll be spoilt for choice. We’ve listed out some of the most stunning hill destinations stations in Bangalore that you should check out this year.

  • Wayanad – Just 267 Km From Bangalore

Wayanad, a district in the north-eastern part of Kerala, is another hill station near Bangalore.Wayanad in Kerala is famous for its spice plantations and wildlife. Walking through the sprawling spice plantations, trekking to the pre-historic caves and experiencing a resort holiday are one of the many things you can do to get a taste of Wayanad. Wayanad wildlife reserve is an integral part of the Nilgiri biosphere reserve peacefully located amidst the serene hills of Western Ghats. Wayanad homes a wide variety of wildlife like elephants, leopards, and bears.

  • Coorg – Just 265 Km From Bangalore

Coorg, officially known as Kodagu, is the most affluent hill station in Karnataka. It is well known for its breathtakingly exotic scenery and lush greenery.This popular coffee producing hill station is not only popular for its beautiful green hills and the streams cutting right through them. It also stands as a popular destination because of its culture and people. The Kodavas, a local clan specialising in martial arts, are especially notable for their keen hospitality.

  • Bellikkal – Just 265 Km From Bangalore

Bellikkal is a village to the south of the Sigur Plateau in Tamil Nadu. Located at an altitude of 5,500 ft, it is in the Nilgiris of the Western Ghats of Tamil Nadu. Bellikkal is one of those places where you can completely relax, without having to worry about a ‘to-do’ list for your vacations and yet experience mountains that will steal your breath away. Instead of having a hundred places to offer, it will take you by its beauty, calmness and serenity.

  • Kolli Hills – Just 260 Km From Bangalore

Kolli Hills is famous for its natural beauty. The following are the most popular attractions in Kolli Hills- Agaya Gangai Waterfalls, Arappaleeswar Temple, Boat House, Botanical Garden, View Points, Siddhar Caves, Selur Nadu, Tampcol Medicinal Farm, Mini Falls and a many more. It is relatively untouched by commercial tourism and therefore has retained most of its natural magnificence.The mountains are famous for not only their natural beauty but also have religious significance because of the Arappaleshwar Temple which is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The peak is accessible via road as well and the road leading up to it is winding with several twists and turns.

  • Chikmagalur – Just 250 Km From Bangalore

Popularly known as the ‘Coffee Land of Karnataka’, Chikmagalur is situated in the foothills of the Mullayangiri Range and is one of the most beautiful hill stations in Karnataka. Chikmagalur has a perpetual fragrance of coffee lingering in the air with it plenty of coffee plantations. Famous for its tall mountains, lush green forests and its tranquil environment, this is one of the most popular hill stations near Bangalore to visit during summer and it is especially loved by trekkers.

  • Yercaud – Just 230 Km From Bangalore

Nestled in the Shivaroy Hills of Tamil Nadu, Yercaud is a tranquil hill station in the Eastern Ghats steeped in abundant greenery. Commonly called ‘Ooty of the Poor’, this region has a history dating back to the time of the British. Located at an altitude of 4970 feet, Yercaud is known for its vast expanses of coffee plantations. A paradise for nature lovers, this quaint town is an ideal place to experience nature at its enchanting best.

  • Yelagiri – Just 162 Km From Bangalore

Yelagiri is a hill station in the southeast Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Built in 1964, the hilltop Velavan Temple is a colorful Murugan temple with views of the valley below. Yelagiri offers its tourists some beautiful places like the Jalagamparai falls, sweeping orchards and rose garden, among others. The ideal destination for nature lovers, Yelagiri is a town that is completely off the beaten tourist trail, lending it a quieter and much more peaceful vibe compared to other more famous hill stations nearby.

  • Anthargange – Just 67 Km From Bangalore

Anthargange is situated in the Kolar district of Karnataka in the Shathashrunga range. The mountains at an altitude of 1712 meters from sea level with rocky boulders, small caves and dense plantations are one of the best getaways for trekking, rock climbing and cave exploration enthusiasts. The name literally means ‘Inner Stream’ or ‘Ganges from the deep’ in Kanada. The origin of this stream is still a mystery.

  • Nandi Hills – Just 63 Km From Bangalore

Nandi Hills is one such tourist spot that has gradually been discovered by visitors over the years and has now become a well-known weekend getaway.Featuring beautifully carved arches and majestic pillars with intricately painted walls and ceilings, Nandi Hills is scattered with shrines and monument and is surrounded by mesmerizing views, making this place no less than a hidden paradise.  Situated at a height of 4851 feet above sea level.

  • Savandurga – Just 60 Km From Bangalore

Savandurga is considered to be one of the largest single rock formations in the whole of Asia. It comprises of two hills, Billigudda (white hill) and Karigudda (black hill) and has a temple situated at the foothill and a pond nearby. Arkavathi River flows nearby and moves towards Manchanabele Dam. Savandurga hills make for a tranquil and picturesque trek and overlook a beautiful lotus pond. Its one of the top places for slab climbing in the world and a lot of climbers and adventure seekers visit here often.

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