Bangalore, the ‘Garden City’ of the India pulls hordes of tourists from across the globe and offers something that suits every interest and budget. But for travellers booking travel packages particularly during peak season, the metropolis promises memorable holidays to cherish.

Holidaymakers searching tour packages to the southern part of India love to visit the bustling city of Bangalore. Though the metropolis is a year round holiday destination but during the peak season of the year i.e. from September to February, Bangalore promises gratifying holidays to its guests with awe-inspiring natural beauty and other lures.

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Nature lovers taking holidays in the garden city of Bangalore, India during winters often take a tour to the Banerghatta National Park.

Located almost 22 km south of the city centre, the sprawling wildlife reserve houses a zoological reserve, Butterfly Park, zoo and a biological reserve. The park is home to the big cats i.e. royal Bengal tiger, leopard, white tiger and lion. Apart from these, travellers get a chance to witness various mammals like elephants, bears, bison and deer, as well as reptiles, a wide range of butterflies and amphibians on safari tour packages. Winter is considered to be the peak season in India; travellers taking holidays in Bangalore are advised to book wild life tour packages in advance as the trip is high on demand.

Shivsundaram Falls

Bangalore-shivsundaram-fallsWithout visiting the Shivsamudram Falls, Bangalore holidays are incomplete. Located 120 km away from the main city of Bangalore, the waterfall is divided between two cascades – Gaganachukki and Bharachukki.

Tourists booking travel packages in this metropolis of South India and seeking a break from the hustle and bustle of the busy and chaotic urban life often visit the place.

The picture perfect natural beauty, the lush green surroundings, the spectacular sight of the Kaveri River falling upon the rocky surface and the sound of roaring waterfalls create a dramatic situation. All this and much more make the place worth visiting to the travellers taking holidays to Bangalore in south India. It is advisable to take a tour to Shivsamudram right after the monsoon to experience the best beauty of the falls.


Lalbagh is one of the most visited places among the tourists taking holidays in the garden city of India.Bangalore-lalbagh Located in the southern part of Bangalore, lalbagh was originally formed by Haider Ali, the former ruler of Mysore.

The garden boasts a fantastic collection of more than thousand various kinds of rare plants brought from France, Persia and Afghanistan. With verdant lawns, dancing fountains, lotus pools and colourful flowerbeds, the garden is designed artistically with a touch of sophistication. The age old trees are labelled for an easy recognition. Vacationers contemplating holidays in this metropolis of South India and have an interest in horticulture usually keep Lalbagh at the top of their travel itineraries. The ancient rock formation of the place and grand flower show are often included in standard travel packages to this part of South India.

Savandurga Hills

Bangalore-savandurga-hillsTrekkers arriving in Bangalore often head to the Savandurga Hills, 60 km west from the business centre.

The hill is a part of the Deccan plateau that consists of granites, dykes and peninsular gneiss; and considered as one of the largest moonlight rock formation across the globe.

Karigudda and Biligudda are the two hills that are popular among the bikers and the trekkers. Not only the adventure lovers, Savandurga has a lot to offer to the nature lovers and to the spiritual souls as well who avail travel packages to this part of India. The rich green forest with a huge collection of rare flora, the holy shrines located in the foothills and the well known Manchanbele Dam truly enthrals visitors taking holidays in Bangalore.

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