Life is all about getting to the right places and making the best out of nothing and everything. Everyone feels spiritless at some point in time after getting extremely busy in search of a proper and prosperous life.
When you can give loadsa time to your outer world, then why not spare a few days of your life to relax and chill out, and eventually give your inner world a sense of divinity, calmness and peace? If you desire to get on the track to seclusion and contentment, then this is must-read article for you.
Here we list of top 5 stations around Bangalore to just chill and relax.
Yercaud is a beauteous tiny hill station located on Shevaroy Hills of Eastern Ghats in the Salem district of Tamil Nadu. Generally endorsed as the poor man's Ooty, this wonderful place is home to several popular temples, falls, gardens and other scenic beauties.
One can visit Shevaroy Temple, located at the highest point of Yercaud, Botanical Garden, Kiliyur waterfall, Pagoda Point, etc. However, not-to-miss places of this jewel of the south are Yercaud Lake, Shevaroy Temple and Lady's Seat.
The best time to visit Yercaud is from October until the end of mid-June, as at this point in time the weather is quite pleasant to roam around.
If you crave to go for trekking or just chill at your hotel with exotic and splendid surroundings, then Wayanad is a place which deserves to be on your bucket list. Located in the northeast of Kerala and on the high-reaching Western Ghats, it is the least populous state and hence, one can avail the privilege of being calm and restful here.
The major places of interest include Chembra Peak, Edakkal Caves, Meenmutty waterfall, Banasura Sagar Dam and many more. One can also visit the popular lake, Pookode Lake and feel the balmy environment and undisturbed soul relaxing within.
The best time to visit Wayanad is from October until the end of April.
Udagamandalam, affectionately known as Ooty, is one of the most popular stoppages for travellers and tourists. One can not merely bypass this place full of wonderment and fascination all around.
Located in the Nilgiri hills in the state of Tamil Nadu, Ooty is called Queen of Hill Stations on account of the mountains with lush greenery and verdant valleys. The major attractions here are Ooty Lake, Botanical Garden, Doddabetta Peak, one of the highest peak in southern India, Tea Museum, pine forest and Pykara waterfall.
If you are looking to spend your time with surprises and amazement, then Ooty is the place to be.
The best time to visit Ooty is from March until the end of June and from September until the end of November.
Amidst charming places with spectacles and picturesque nature, how about visiting a place full of historic beauty and admiration? Well, if you are certainly ready to explore the history of India with a relaxing environment and idyllic surrounding, then Mysuru is definitely a station for you.
Located in the foothills of Chamundi Hills in the state of Karnataka, Mysuru is famous for its historic culture and monuments. It is also known as the cultural capital of Karnataka and this can be seen through the cultural touch prevailing the city. Apart from forts and palaces, one can also visit the gardens and lakes defining the nature within Mysuru.
The major tourist destinations here are Mysore Palace, Karanji Lake, Chamundi Hills, Lalitha Mahal, St. Philomena's Church, Brindavan Gardens, Railway Museum, etc.
The best time to visit Mysuru is during the winter season which lasts from mid-November until February as the temperature at this time is favourable.
Located in the Western Ghats and famous mainly for coffee plantations and production of timber and spices, this town on the eastern slopes boasts of having pristine nature in the form of waterfalls, lakes and gardens all around. There are innumerable places of interest in Coorg; however, the most popular destinations include Abbey Falls, Talacauvery, place of origin of Cauvery, Iruppu Falls and Tadiandamol peak, the highest peak in Coorg at an elevation of 1748 m.
Honnamana Kere is famous for its historical and spiritual importance as it is named after Goddess Honnamana. One can also enjoy the presence of ayurvedic spas and resorts here and take away quietude and retirement.
Coorg is a year-round station; however, the best time to visit Coorg is from October until the end of April.