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Narihalla Reservoir

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Narihalla Reservoir

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Anil Sharma wrote a review Sep 2018
New Delhi, India351 contributions46 helpful votes
Its good to see while passing by this place. Nice reservoir and well maintained. If you love nature its so good
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Date of experience: September 2018
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ArjunVade wrote a review Nov 2017
Bengaluru, India236 contributions42 helpful votes
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A very scenic spot on the way to the town of Sandur from Vidyanagar Jindal township in Ballari district. Green hills all around, and the road forming its boundary on three sides, this place is calm and serene. You could just camp here, or go on a boat ride. A place to laze around and spend some quality time with nature in what otherwise is a hot desert like city of Ballari. This place is also close to Hampi, and if you're planning your stay in Hyatt Palace or Shivavilas Palace hotel, then this should be in your list of places to check out while there.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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Sai M wrote a review Feb 2017
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This reservoir adjoining to the road towards Bellary from Sandur is an awesome spot for a day out .Be it solo,family or friends it's a good place for nature lovers and also don't miss kumaraswamy temple which is also in Sandur.
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Date of experience: February 2017
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Dakshin M wrote a review Oct 2016
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A pleasant spot to chill out with best buddies. .. Naarihalla reservoir is around 10kms from Sandur town towards Torangal, Bellary. The backwaters of the dam with serene hills in the background is an excellent location. Tourism is not developed here, for reasons unknown. The only good place to stay here is Shivavilas Palace in Sandur.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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ArunAdiga wrote a review Aug 2016
Bengaluru, India10 contributions8 helpful votes
Sandur is a small town about 40 kms from Hospet in Bellary District. The drive from Hospet to Sandur itself is excellent on Cement roads. We had been there in August 2016 and the entire vicinity of hills was covered like a green carpet. Naarihalla reservoir is around 10kms from Sandur town towards Torangal, Bellary. The backwaters of the dam with serene hills in the background is an excellent location. Tourism is not developed here, for reasons unknown. The only good place to stay here is Shivavilas Palace in Sandur. Prior booking necessary and they don't entertain walk-ins. Kumaraswamy temple, an age old temple on a hill top near Sandur also is a must visit place. Understand that it was built by Chalukyas. The drive up the hill takes you along the forests around and is an excellent drive.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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