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There is doubt that the City of Gardens, Bengaluru is one of the most beautiful destinations in India. It is one of the most visited cities in the world too.
Every year, it attracts a huge number of travelers from across the world. Especially, the mountains of Nandi Hills, the Shivanasamudra Falls, the Bannerghatta National Park, Hogenakkal, Kokkare Bird Sanctuary and Skandagiri, are some of the major attractions close to Bengaluru.


Nandi Hills, which is a short getaway from the city, is known for its picturesque location. It offers the much needed respite for all the software engineers who are tired of their monotonous works. It is one of the most popular getaways near Bangalore.

Now, a video of Nandi hills is going viral on social media after a user posted some stunning visuals on Twitter. The Twitter user, K Rajesh shared the visuals and wrote, “Heaven on Earth #NandiHills #Bengaluru.”


The visuals are from early morning and can indeed leave anyone spellbound. Rajesh has also shared the route to the hills that is covered with greenery and trees on both sides of the road.

Have a look at the visuals here: 



If you are a mountain person, undoubtedly Nandi Hills can be your weekend destination. This small mountain town is just 60 km away from Bangalore. Apart from the greenery and viewpoints, it is also home to a number of temples, monuments and shrines. 

Tourists can also enjoy paragliding, camping, cycling and trekking here.


How to reach Nandi Hills

The best way to reach the Nandi Hills is to take a personal vehicle. Tourists can also take KSRTC buses from the bus stand. It takes 2-3 hours to reach Nandi Hills from Bengaluru. 

Best time to visit

The best time to visit is during sunrise and sunset. Hues of red, yellow and orange cover the surroundings and make the hills look surreal. So, it is best to visit it early in the morning or during the sunset.