Bangalore has been dubbed the Garden City, and despite the city’s ever-growing status, it still lives up to its name. Different areas of the city have various aspects to showcase, and North Bangalore is certainly no exception to this rule. Be it a beautiful park, a serene lake, or a historic palace, North Bangalore has something unique to offer everyone.
Beginning with nature, there is the popular destination of Nandi Hills, located bang in the green heart of North Bangalore. This is a popular hiking destination, and catching the sunrise here is high is on every Bangalore resident’s to-do list. With panoramic views of the surrounding countryside, this location also features historically significant Tipu Sultan’s summer palace and Tipu’s drop.
Devanahalli town, which is at the heart of North Bangalore, is another must-see destination to explore in this scenic zone. This area has several historical and cultural sites to see, including Tipu Sultan’s birthplace, Devanahalli Fort, and Venugopala Swamy temple. A different destination to explore is the scenic Grover Zampa vineyards, which will attract the attention of wine connoisseurs.
Also located in the north zone is the vast and magnificent Hebbal lake, the perfect destination for a weekend picnic. This picturesque lake, one of three lakes created in 1537 by Kempe Gowda, is an iconic feature of North Bangalore. The surroundings of the lake, particularly the garden, have been lovingly tended to and have a rich diversity of fauna.
A unique place to explore in the north zone is the Hennur Bamboo Forest, a popular destination for mountain biking. Rich in bamboo and other local flora, this destination is also popular among those interested in bird watching and trekking. North Bangalore has an abundance of historical and scenic areas to spend a happy weekend soaking up and exploring.
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