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All You Need Is Just 1000 Rupees To Take These 8 Brilliant Trips Around Your City

HolidayIQ.com logo HolidayIQ.com 15-07-2016

Guess what? You can actually travel to these beautiful places around India in just Rs 1000!

Our Very Own Colorado - Gandikota Near Bangalore: HolidayIQ Traveller Arindam shares, “If you are looking to go to an unusual place, consider going to Gandikota. A 13th century fort beside the Penna River, it is surrounded by the Erramala Hills. Surrounded by a deep valley and impassable hills, it has massive boulders of red granite and the River Pennar that flows about 300 ft below on the west and northern sides. There is a lot of architecture, which might interest you." - 22 Ratings, 22 Reviews, 22 Sightseeings © trekkerpedia.com HolidayIQ Traveller Arindam shares, “If you are looking to go to an unusual place, consider going to Gandikota. A 13th century fort beside the Penna River, it is surrounded by the Erramala Hills. Surrounded by a deep valley and impassable hills, it has massive boulders of red granite and the River Pennar that flows about 300 ft below on the west and northern sides. There is a lot of architecture, which might interest you." - 22 Ratings, 22 Reviews, 22 Sightseeings

1. Our Very Own Colorado - Gandikota Near Bangalore

If you are looking to go to an unusual place, consider going to Gandikota. It is a 13th century fort beside the Penna River and is surrounded by the Erramala Hills. Gandikotta is also surrounded by a deep valley and impassable hills, it has massive boulders of red granite and the River Pennar that flows about 300 ft below on the west and northern sides. The architecture of the place is also very interesting.

Camp By The Lake Under The Star-Studded Sky - Honnemardu, Bangalore: HolidayIQ Traveller Renukaprasad shares, “This place is very scenic and a great picnic spot. It is surrounded by backwaters of River Sharavathi. Overnight stay on the island is very exciting. Take a ride on a coracle and explore the beauty of the island across the lake or go for kayaking and boating. Stay in camps in Honnemardu and enjoy campfire, self-cooked dinner and star-studded sky at night. Nature enthusiasts can take long walks in the surrounding forests and take pleasure in watching various birds and butterflies fluttering around." - 78 Ratings, 79 Reviews, 463 Sightseeings, 3 Photos © travel.india.com HolidayIQ Traveller Renukaprasad shares, “This place is very scenic and a great picnic spot. It is surrounded by backwaters of River Sharavathi. Overnight stay on the island is very exciting. Take a ride on a coracle and explore the beauty of the island across the lake or go for kayaking and boating. Stay in camps in Honnemardu and enjoy campfire, self-cooked dinner and star-studded sky at night. Nature enthusiasts can take long walks in the surrounding forests and take pleasure in watching various birds and butterflies fluttering around." - 78 Ratings, 79 Reviews, 463 Sightseeings, 3 Photos

2. Camp By The Lake Under The Star-Studded Sky - Honnemardu, Bangalore

This place is very scenic and is also a great picnic spot. It is surrounded by backwaters of River Sharavathi. You can take a ride on a coracle and explore the beauty of the island across the lake or go kayaking and boating. Visitors can also stay in camps in Honnemardu and enjoy campfire, self-cooked dinner and a star-studded sky at night. Nature enthusiasts can take long walks in the surrounding forests and take pleasure in watching various birds and butterflies fluttering around.

Live The Lama Life - Bylakuppe - Just 200 km From Bangalore: HolidayIQ Traveller Anju Jayaram shares, “Bylakuppe is the second largest Tibetan settlement in India. It is enroute to Coorg from Mysore. The main attraction is the Tibetan Golden Temple where monks live and perform religious duties. They have vast farmlands and the temple looms in the midst of the land with Tibetan flags fluttering in the wind.” - 19 Ratings, 19 Reviews, 41 Sightseeings, 8 Photos © indianreligioustemple.blogspot.com HolidayIQ Traveller Anju Jayaram shares, “Bylakuppe is the second largest Tibetan settlement in India. It is enroute to Coorg from Mysore. The main attraction is the Tibetan Golden Temple where monks live and perform religious duties. They have vast farmlands and the temple looms in the midst of the land with Tibetan flags fluttering in the wind.” - 19 Ratings, 19 Reviews, 41 Sightseeings, 8 Photos

3. Live The Lama Life - Bylakuppe - Just 200 km From Bangalore

Bylakuppe is the second largest Tibetan settlement in India. The main attraction of this place is the Tibetan Golden Temple, where monks live and perform religious duties. There are vast farmlands and the temple looms in the midst of the land with Tibetan flags fluttering in the wind.

Checkout The Elephant Training Camp - Kabini: HolidayIQ Traveller Sunil shares, “Kabini is located on the backwaters and a wonderful place to relax. A boat ride in the backwaters is a must. Take a ride into the jungle and try to spot wild animals. Elephant training camp, safari ride and visit the old temple in the island from the resort are a few must do activities. Drive from Bangalore towards Mysore, take the right turn just before entering Mysore towards Hosur and take the ring road towards Hosur. Follow the signboards towards Kabini." - 14 Ratings, 14 Reviews, 9 Sightseeings, 22 Photos © signatureholidays.co.in HolidayIQ Traveller Sunil shares, “Kabini is located on the backwaters and a wonderful place to relax. A boat ride in the backwaters is a must. Take a ride into the jungle and try to spot wild animals. Elephant training camp, safari ride and visit the old temple in the island from the resort are a few must do activities. Drive from Bangalore towards Mysore, take the right turn just before entering Mysore towards Hosur and take the ring road towards Hosur. Follow the signboards towards Kabini." - 14 Ratings, 14 Reviews, 9 Sightseeings, 22 Photos

4. Checkout The Elephant Training Camp - Kabini

Kabini is located on the backwaters and is a wonderful place to relax. Visitors can take a ride into the jungle and if lucky thay can also spot wild animals. Elephant training camp, safari ride and a visit to the old temple in the island from the resort are a few must do activities here. 

Views Worth Trekking For - Kudremukh: HolidayIQ Traveller Amulya Nataraj shares, “It takes around 8 hours to reach Kudremukh from Bangalore. The roads are pretty decent. The ghats section starts once we are close to Belur. You need to travel at least 3 hours in the ghat section. You can see coffee and tea estates on either side of the road. Enjoy the beauty of nature but at the same time, the journey would be bit tiring due to the curve path." - 7 Ratings, 7 Reviews, 18 Sightseeings, 4 Photos © travel.india.com HolidayIQ Traveller Amulya Nataraj shares, “It takes around 8 hours to reach Kudremukh from Bangalore. The roads are pretty decent. The ghats section starts once we are close to Belur. You need to travel at least 3 hours in the ghat section. You can see coffee and tea estates on either side of the road. Enjoy the beauty of nature but at the same time, the journey would be bit tiring due to the curve path." - 7 Ratings, 7 Reviews, 18 Sightseeings, 4 Photos

5. Views Worth Trekking For - Kudremukh

It takes around 8 hours to reach Kudremukh from Bangalore, since the connecting roads are pretty good. The ghats section starts once you reach close to Belur and you will have to travel at least 3 hours amiodst the ghat section. You can see beautiful coffee and tea estates on either side of the road.

The Peaceful And Romantic Morni Hills Near Chandigarh: HolidayIQ Traveller Abhishek Saini from Chandigarh shares, “Morni Hills is an amazing place with romantic views, tight roads, but not tight enough to annoy the traveller. The main attraction is the journey and the place Tikkar Taal which has two lakes divided by a small mountain; the lakes are said to be connected from below the mountain as they maintain same water level throughout the year. A must at-least one-time visit for a couple to have their peaceful and alone time.” - 68 Ratings, 68 Reviews, 2 Sightseeings, 6 Photos © infocoverage.com HolidayIQ Traveller Abhishek Saini from Chandigarh shares, “Morni Hills is an amazing place with romantic views, tight roads, but not tight enough to annoy the traveller. The main attraction is the journey and the place Tikkar Taal which has two lakes divided by a small mountain; the lakes are said to be connected from below the mountain as they maintain same water level throughout the year. A must at-least one-time visit for a couple to have their peaceful and alone time.” - 68 Ratings, 68 Reviews, 2 Sightseeings, 6 Photos

6. The Peaceful And Romantic Morni Hills Near Chandigarh

Morni Hills is an amazing place with romantic views and tight roads (not tight enough to annoy the traveller). The main attraction of this place is the journey and Tikkar Taal, which is two lakes divided by a small mountain. The lakes are said to be connected from below the mountain as they maintain same water level throughout the year. A must visit for a couple who want to have peaceful and alone time together. 

Parwanoo - Just A 45-Minute Drive From Chandigarh: HolidayIQ Traveller Viral Shah shares, “Parwanoo is excellent destination for a short weekend or 2 - 3 days vacation. It is 30 - 45 mins drive from Chandigarh on the way to Shimla on the foothills of Shivalik range.The climate is pleasant & best time to visit would be August till April. The roads are excellent & connectivity is good.” - 197 Ratings, 197 Reviews, 13 Sightseeings, 5 Photos © holidaytravel.co HolidayIQ Traveller Viral Shah shares, “Parwanoo is excellent destination for a short weekend or 2 - 3 days vacation. It is 30 - 45 mins drive from Chandigarh on the way to Shimla on the foothills of Shivalik range.The climate is pleasant & best time to visit would be August till April. The roads are excellent & connectivity is good.” - 197 Ratings, 197 Reviews, 13 Sightseeings, 5 Photos

7. Parwanoo - Just A 45-Minute Drive From Chandigarh

Parwanoo is an excellent destination for a short weekend or 2 - 3 days vacation. It is 30 - 45 mins drive from Chandigarh on the way to Shimla. The climate is pleasant & the best time to visit this place would be from August till April. The roads are excellent & connectivity is good.

Most Beautiful Bird Sanctuary In India - Bharatpur: HolidayIQ Traveller Geeta Rajan shares, "It is one of the best bird parks in India. Spread over a large area of plenty of foliage and a natural pond. It used to be for hunting and shooting birds long ago. After that it was converted to a bird sanctuary. Winter is the ideal time, as you can see migratory birds, in fact full families. There are two ways of seeing it, either through cycles or cycle rickshaws. Cycles are available on hire at a nominal cost outside the park" - 14 Ratings, 14 Reviews, 9 Sightseeings, 6 Photos © amazingindiablog.in HolidayIQ Traveller Geeta Rajan shares, "It is one of the best bird parks in India. Spread over a large area of plenty of foliage and a natural pond. It used to be for hunting and shooting birds long ago. After that it was converted to a bird sanctuary. Winter is the ideal time, as you can see migratory birds, in fact full families. There are two ways of seeing it, either through cycles or cycle rickshaws. Cycles are available on hire at a nominal cost outside the park" - 14 Ratings, 14 Reviews, 9 Sightseeings, 6 Photos

8. Most Beautiful Bird Sanctuary In India - Bharatpur

Bharatpur is one of the best bird parks in India, spread over a large area of plenty of foliage and a natural pond. It used to be a bird hunting spot long ago, before it was converted to a bird sanctuary. Winter is the ideal time to visit here, as you can spot migratory birds.

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