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Mysuru Day Tour- A Cultural and Offbeat experience from Bengaluru
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Mysuru Day Tour- A Cultural and Offbeat experience from Bengaluru

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Discover the ancient royal capital of Mysore on a sightseeing tour from Bangalore. Enjoy a delicious South Indian breakfast before embarking on a journey to Mysore. Visit key landmarks such as the Chamundi Temple, Mysore Palace, the Devaraja Urs Market, and more as you learn about the history of the region from your tour guide. This package includes all entrance fees, breakfast, lunch, and snacks.
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smewar wrote a review Jan 2021
Bengaluru, India173 contributions23 helpful votes
We went there on Jan 2nd. Initial hike is all stairs. Apparently we climbed up 400 stairs . There is famous jatayu and Lord Rama temple at the top. Hike after this doesn't have the stairs but more of hill hiking. It's all comfortable for moderate fitness level as we went all the way up with our 2.5years old toddler. At the last stretch there is steep hike up which is for adrenaline junkies. We went up without our toddler. It's almost 90 deg rock climbing.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Akapoor_Traveller wrote a review Oct 2020
Ghaziabad, India237 contributions20 helpful votes
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This place is around 70 km from Sarjapur. It takes little less than 2 hrs to reach this place. The place is famous for a blockbuster movie from 1970s, Sholay, Gabbar Singh's Den was here. It is also famous as the only Vulture sanctuary in India and good for rock climbing. The entry starts in the morning at 9am and the gates close at 5 pm. Ticket to enter is Rs25/- for adult and Rs10/- for kids. Car parking is Rs 20/-. There are no food stalls inside, one needs to bring his/her own food and water. One needs to climb around 400 steps to reach the top. On the way there are three temples- Hanuman, Jatayu(from Ramayana) and Ram temple. After one crosses Ram temple, one can climb a to k, although there are steps and support to hold but it is around 80 degrees steep. Kids are not allowed to climb this rock. The view, even without climbing this rock is quite scenic. The place is on the way to Bangalore. I will recommend this place, if someone is looking for adventure.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Underwatermonk wrote a review Sep 2020
13 contributions3 helpful votes
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Its a beautiful place to visit,while travelling from Bangalore once you reach ramanagara on right hand side you find Lord Hanuman statue continue for 2-3 km you will find ramanagara hills . On entry you need to pay Rs.20-30 . Everyone can climb,it cannot be considered as a trek. Once you about to reach top , be aware of steps. Beautiful spot for half day trek. One thing i notice which is were strange.... its a Lord Hanuman temple but no monkeys around.And it is a Vulture sanctuary never seen a single Vulture. Happy climbing.... Be safe....
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Sapna A wrote a review Feb 2020
27 contributions13 helpful votes
Decided to trek Ramnagara betta on a cool Sunday morning with friends. As it opens only at 9 there was no point starting early from Bangalore...we started around 6.40 and reached here by 8.30. Google uncle played their trick in the last 2.5 km and directed us to a bad and narrow road. Pl don't trust Google when it asks you to turn on a narrow road from Highway...Go up to a point where you see a big Hanuman statue on a gate and take a turn from there... That road is wide and motorable. This is there only tip that I wanted to tell.. Rest everything is quite organised. Initially there are steps which have a slight incline and can leave you breathless... The latter part of trek after the temples is quite good with less people as most of them stop at temple. it is the last few metres that are most exciting and not for those who have fear of height.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Suresh Kumar wrote a review Dec 2019
Bengaluru, India1968 contributions88 helpful votes
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This is a delightful, fulfilling and rewarding trek ! The famous bollywood movie “Sholay” was shot around this area, long back. Start & end early. Plenty of scenery & greenery with natural light, available for photography. Here are some highlights about this hike :-  Nice breakfast options enroute along the highway.  Small entrance fee at the start of the hike.  Ample parking room & quite safe for Cars & Bikes.  Hiking shoes with good traction needed to negotiate rocks.  Carry some water to the top.  Scarf or Bandana will help.  Well set up path up the hill with railing & steps.  The last stretch of single rock has mini steps to the very top, that are dangerous to climb up/down.  The temple on the way down offered us lunch around noon.  The toilet in the middle of the hill is dark & poorly maintained.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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