10 Places to Visit in Bangalore for Family Picnic – Bangalore is popularly known as Garden City in India. The city is filled with lakes and perks and spots for family picnics. Bangalore has many places for scenic beauty. It has many places to gift. Below mentioned some beautiful places which can be ideal for family picnic. So, check out 10 Places to Visit in Bangalore for Family Picnic.
10 Places to Visit in Bangalore for Family Picnic
Mekedatu is the narrowest stream where river Kaveri has squeezed herself. It is so narrow that even goat can leap over it to cross it. Mekedatu is 100 kilometers away from Bangalore. The Sangam point is 3 kilometers away from here where Kaveri and Arakavathi. The Sangam point also has a temple dedicated to Lord Sangameshwara.
Shivanansamundaram is the first hydro electric power station in Asia. This is situated on the banks of river Kaveri. It was built in the 19th century in the British time. It is 120 kilometers far from Bangalore. The island town present divides the river into two waterfalls named Barachukki and Gaganachukki
Lalbagh Botanical Gardens
Lalbagh Botanical Gardens is a beautiful park which has 100 species of flora and has a glass house. Hyder Ali commissioned it in 1760. It has beautiful lawns all round and a wonderful place for picnic.
Chunchi falls is 100 kilometers away from Bangalore. It is located on the way of Sangama. It is 5 kilometers away from deviation of Kanakapuri.
Muthathi is a small village and is an ideal picnic spot. It is near about 80 kilometers far from Bangalore. Old Hindu mythology says that in this part of river Kaveri Sita had lost her ring and Hanuman found it out rowing into the river. This place has Anjaneya temple.
Kanva Reservoir is a irrigational dam. It is situated across the river Kanva and is surrounded by wooden hills. Purushotthama Thirtha Gavi temple is here. There is facility for trekking and camping too. Kanva Reservoir is 60 kilometers far from Bangalore.
Muthyala Maduvu or Pearl Valley is near about 45 kilometers far from Bangalore. It is located amidst the hills. There is a temple of lord Siva. This place has a beautiful waterfall. The waterfall fall from a height of 90 meters it gives a feel of pond of pearl.
Machanbele dam is 40 kilometers away from Bangalore. This dam is constructed across Arkavathi River. Huge numbers of birds flock out there so it is a favorite place for photographers and is a wonderful picnic spot for family.
Ramohalli has 400 year old Banyan Tree and it covers four hectares. It is 28 kilometers away from Bangalore. It is also known as Dodda Alada Mara. This tree is believed as the biggest tree in Karnataka.
Bheemeshwari is especially famous for the fishing camps. This place is located on the bank of river Kaveri in the middle point of Sangam and Shivanansamundaram. This place is 100 kilometers away from Bangalore.
Except these there are lots of places in Bangalore one can visit.
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