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About Bangalore Rural

Bangalore Holiday Packages

Bangalore, the capital of Karnataka, is one of the most popular places in South India for travelers. It is the third most populated city in India, with several multinational companies and urban conglomerates operating here, thereby attracting more and more people from all over the country to come to settle down here.
For those looking for a well-planned Bangalore package, the best thing to do is to scroll down and check out all the customized and uber comfortable Bangalore tour packages on offer.

Places To Visit In Bangalore

1. Bangalore Palace

What’s Special: Symbol of medieval British architecture

Nearby Attractions: Wonderla Amusement Park, Kingdom of Dreams, Nehru Planetarium

Entry Fees: INR 230 per person

Timings: 10 am to 5.30 pm

Built By: Chamaraja Wodeyar

Built In: 1874

Distance from Airport: 26 km

Bangalore Palace is the epitome of royal culture, depicted in its architecture, paintings, and artifacts. As per sayings, the inspiration to build this palace was taken from the Windsor Castle of London. A voice machine is handed to the visitors, which provides information about the history of the palace. This royal palace is a must-visit place for art and history enthusiasts in the Bangalore Tour Packages.

2. Lal Bagh

What’s Special: Globally renowned centre of botanical artwork

Nearby Attractions: Chokkanathaswamy Temple,Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace, Toit Brewpub, Visvesvaraya Industrial & Technological Museum

Entry Fees: INR 20 per person above 12 years

Timings: 9 am to 6 pm

Built By: Haider Ali

Built In: 1760

Distance from Airport: Nearly 30 km

Maintained by the Department of Horticulture, Lal Bagh is a Botanical Garden covering an area of 240 acres. The botanical garden, having four entrance gates, houses a wide and rare variety of avifauna. The main attractions inside Lal Bagh include an ancient white silk cotton tree, wooden structures, a glass house, Bonsai Park, Lotus Pond, a watch tower, a lake, a nursery, and more. For the convenience of the elders, an electric vehicle is available to take a tour of the garden.

3. Cubbon Park

What’s Special: Major natural sightseeing attraction

Nearby Attractions: Teen Murti Bhawan, Nehru Planetarium

Entry Fees: Free

Timings: 6 am to 7 pm

Built By: Sri John Meade

Built In: 1870

Distance from Airport: 28 km

One of the most famous attractions in Bangalore, Cubbon Park, is also known as Sri Chamarajendra Park. It is a popular spot among the locals, who come here to take a stroll, cycle, do yoga, exercise, and sometimes simply sit and admire the lush greenery. The park is spread over 300 acres and houses Karnataka High Court, Central Public Library, Government Museum, Venkatappa Art Gallery, Bangalore Aquarium, and Sri Vishweshwariah Industrial and Technological Museum.

4. Bannerghatta National Park

What’s Special: Wide variety of wild species

Nearby Attractions: Cubbon Park, Bangalore Palace, Lalbagh Botanical Garden

Entry Fees: INR 80 for adults, INR 40 for children

Timings: 9.30 am to 5 pm

Built By: 1972

Best time to visit: Between the months of September and January

Distance from Airport: 47 km

Spread across a huge area of 104. 27 sq.kms, Bannerghetta national park in Bangalore was established in the year. Currently, there are ten reserve forests of Anekal Range of the Bangalore Forest Division which comes under it. It is not a regular national park that you will find. There are a host of other options as well - an aquarium, a zoo, children's park, crocodile farm, and so on. Whether you are coming with family or kids or spouse, this place is definitely an entertainment. The beautiful location with Suvarnamukhi stream flowing around adds even more charm to this park. There is also a Butterfly Park here which is famous for being one of its kind in the entire country. Take a relaxed tour as you come here during the vacation.

5. Wonderla Water Park

What’s Special: Amusement park with fun rides

Nearby Attractions: Cubbon Park, Bannerghatta National Park, Lal Bagh Botanical Gardens

Entry Fees: INR 770 per adult and INR 620 per child

Timings: 11 am to 6 pm

Built By: Joseph John

Built In: 2000

Distance from Airport: Approx 60 to 70 kms

Wonderla Water Park is one of the top entertainment zones in Bangalore. You can enjoy more than 60 rides at Wonderla. Some of the most adventurous rides include Techno Jump, Skywheel and Termite Coaster. Kids can have fun at the joy rides as there are more activities for family fun also. Some of the amazing slides included here are Watery Coasters, Fun Pools to the Wave Pool and Rain Disco. Game freaks can experience virtual reality games, 3D laser shows, musical fountain along with rides and games. Once you are done with the fun, you can relax at the cafes and restaurants inside the water park.

6. Ulsoor lake

What’s Special: One of the biggest lakes in Bangalore

Nearby Attractions: Tipu SUltan’s Summer Palace, Nandi Temple, Vidhana Soudha

Entry Fees: free

Timings: 6 am to 8 pm on all weekdays except Wednesday

Built By: Vijayanagar emperors

Built In: 1513 to 1569

Distance from Airport: 25 km

Ulsoor lake is one of the largest lakes in Bangalore that sprawls over an area of 50 hectares. Built by the revered Sir Lewin Bentham Bowring, Ulsoor lake is one of the most attractive tourist spots in Bangalore. Ulsoor lake is also one of the most peaceful places around Bangalore. Lush greenery surrounds the entire place and a peaceful location keeps it away from the hustle bustle of city life. Most of the tourists come here to enjoy a picnic or just to soak up the pristine beauty. There are also several activities offered at Ulsoor Lake - from boating to walking tours. Do not miss an opportunity to enjoy a beautiful sunset across the lake.

Best Time To Visit Bangalore

Winter Season

The months of October to February comprise the winter season for Bangalore, and although the temperature doesn’t drop down much, it does become a little colder for sure. The lowest recorded temperature during these months don’t fall below 10°C, requiring travelers to carry a light jacket with them during the evenings. The days are cool as well, thereby ensuring that there are no problems in enjoying a bout of sightseeing around the city, as part of your Bangalore sightseeing packages. Most tourists also take this time to visit other destinations near Bangalore for a more well-rounded vacation.

Summer Season

The summer season in Bangalore lasts from March to May, and whilst the weather stays pleasant enough towards the evening, the days can be a little too sunny for comfort. Sightseeing might become a hindrance, especially if you are planning to spend time at any of the gardens here. Even though the temperature doesn’t rise beyond 36°C, it is advisable to keep hydrated and use sunscreen when going out in the daytime.

Monsoon Season

The monsoon season in Bangalore is from June to September, when the city is given a whole new green makeover, post the rains. The rainy season starts with mild showers, later turning into thunderstorms as the season progresses. The months receiving the highest rainfall in Bangalore are August and September. Tourists do visit the city during this time as well, but the footfall is pretty low considering the rains might play spoilsport with any sightseeing plans. Don’t forget to pack an umbrella and a raincoat for uninterrupted enjoyment while out.

How To Reach Bangalore?

By Air

Bangalore is a very well connected city, be it to most places across India, and via a host of commuting options. For those looking to reach Bangalore by air, the Kempegowda Bangalore International Airport is a hotbed of activity, with flights departing and arriving at regular intervals from all over India as well as the world. Once you have landed at the airport, for starting your Bangalore trip packages, it is pretty easy to get prepaid and postpaid taxis to take you to your destination. There is also a bus service at the airport to take travelers to most parts of the city.

By Rail

If you are looking to reach Bangalore via railways, then too there are several options. The main railway stations of Bangalore are Bengaluru City Junction Railway Station, Whitefield Railway Station, Krantivira Sangolli Rayanna Railway Station and the Belandur Road among others. These railway stations connect Bangalore to various destinations across the country, from parts of South India to North India as well.

By Road

And if you are wondering how to reach Bangalore by road, then one of the best things to do is to take a bus. There are plenty of national highways that connect Bangalore to several parts of the country. The bus services of South India are very efficiently run, and there are buses available here to get to Mumbai, Delhi and Goa among other major cities of India. You can also drive over to Bangalore on your own, for a fun road trip, if you do not purchase a Bangalore package.

3 Bangalore Rural Tour Packages

Best Bangalore Rural Tour Packages
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Kerala Tour Package With Bangalore 6 Nights / 7 Days â‚ą18000/- Meal, Transfer, Flights, Sightseeing, Hotels View Details
Bangalore Mysore Coorg Tour Package 4 Nights / 5 Days â‚ą17000/- Meal, Transfer, Flights, Sightseeing, Hotels View Details
2 Night Bangalore Tour Package 2 Nights / 3 Days â‚ą10000/- Meal, Transfer, Flights, Sightseeing, Hotels View Details
3 tour packages in Bangalore Rural

Kerala Tour Package With Bangalore 2 Night Munnar| 1 Night Thekkady | 1 Night Alleppey | 2 Night Bangalore

7 Days & 6 Nights

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18000/- Per Person on twin sharing
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Bangalore Mysore Coorg Tour Package 1 Night Bangalore | 1 Night Mysore | 2 Night Coorg

5 Days & 4 Nights

Starting From
17000/- Per Person on twin sharing
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2 Night Bangalore Tour Package 2 Night Bangalore

3 Days & 2 Nights

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10000/- Per Person on twin sharing
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