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Description of the Ramanagara Two Day Trip to Bangalore

Introduction

Ramanagara makes a great weekend getaway because it’s close enough to Bangalore for hiking and other adventure activities. Ramnagara hills, located 50 km from Bangalore along the Bangalore-Mysore highway, are a great place to unleash your inner swashbuckler. Ramanagaram is believed to be the birthplace of rock climbing. It is home to many mountains including Ramgiri and SRS betta as well as Kakasura betta and Katagiri.

A trek through the stunning Ramnagara hills should be on every adventurer’s bucket lists. Also known as the Sholay hills, they provide the backdrop for many wildlife, including Indian bears, leopards, and vultures. The magnificent temples that the Magadi and Mysore rulers built on the summits of each mountain still exude the spirit of past eras.

Enjoy the thrill of a hike through Ramanagara’s hills

The peak offers breathtaking views and you can also experience the excitement of activities such as kayaking or rappelling.

To protect yourself from the sun, bring sunscreen, water bottles and hats. 

Ramanagaram is a popular stopover for Bangaloreans on their way to more glitzier places like Mysore and Coorg. If you have only one day and want to go, Sholay, a Bollywood film, is a great option. These hills are currently called Ramadevara Betta. Ramanagaram is a protected wildlife area that offers many recreational activities.

Tourists flock to the small village for a day of fun and adventure. Its main attraction is Sholay and its rocky hills. Join the brigade to go on an adventure or enjoy a picnic. You can also visit Gabbar Singh’s former hiding place. COVID-19, despite its easing regulations, should be avoided. Most places won’t be open past 6 pm. We recommend that you plan your travel carefully.

Ramanagara: Get to the top

Ramanagaram is the ideal place for adventurers. Ramanagaram has been a popular stopover for rock climbers and hikers to see the surrounding hills. The terrain is varied and can be challenging for beginners or experts. You can also try nighttime hiking or rappelling using adventure clothing. Adventure seekers love the Ramadevarabetta, one of many hills that surround Ramanagaram. You can explore the temples dedicated to Lord Rama, Sita and Hanuman once you have reached the summit.

Tour Schedule:

Day 1

06:30 Pickup in Bangalore begins at 8:00 AM. At Ramanagara campsite, arrive at 9:00 AM to eat breakfast. 09:45 AM – Arrive at the base of the hill. Begin the rappelling and trekking task.

01:30 PM Get ready for lunch

02:00 PM Kayak, then play a game zorb. Paintball starts at 4:30. High tea served while you play outdoor sports like archery, badminton and target shooting.

05:30 pm Enjoy tea and nibbles

06:30 PM Relax

Dinner Tent-based accommodation, 08:00 PM to 9:30 PM

Day 2

07:30 AM Wake up and make tea.

Breakfast at 10:30 am Return to Bangalore

Inclusions

Accessibility (to/from Bangalore).

Ziplining, Kayaking, Paintball, Trekking

Outdoor activities such as archery, badminton and target shooting.

Trekking manual

* Camping; Breakfast on Days 1, 2 and 3, Lunch on Day 1, Dinner on Day 1 and Tent accommodation.

Personal averages, personal expenses, and any other items not specifically included in the inclusions are exempt.

Highlights include kayaking and paintball, hiking, rappelling, camping, and trekking.

Additional Details

Carry-On Items:

Backpack

One extra-battery-powered torch per person

Water bottles, decent running shoes or hiking boots

Snacks can include energy bars, chocolates and energy drinks.

Cosmetics (Tissue paper, Toilet paper, etc.)

Camera, raincoat, poncho, sweater, jacket or jacket for evening, extra set of clothes, track pants and a cotton T shirt (optional).

Pickup Location

The Marathalli (06.30 AM)

* Silk Runner (07:00 AM)

* BTM (07.10 AM)

The Banashankari (07:30AM)

R. R. Nagar (08:15 AM)

Ramanagara terrain is varied and can be challenging for beginners or experts. You can also try nighttime hiking or rappelling using adventure clothing. Adventure seekers love the Ramadevarabetta. Despite its easing regulations, should be avoided. Most places won’t be open past 6 pm. We recommend that you plan your travel carefully. The magnificent temples that the Magadi and Mysore rulers built on the summits of each mountain still exude the spirit of past eras. It is home to many mountains including Ramgiri and SRS betta as well as Kakasura betta and Katagiri. Personal averages, personal expenses, and any other items not specifically included in the inclusions are exempt. Including Indian bears, leopards, and vultures. The magnificent temples that the Magadi and Mysore rulers built on the summits of each mountain still exude the spirit of past eras.

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