Now that you can step out and explore your city, make the most of the lovely weather and experience Bangalore and beyond. Here’s a handy guide of things to do.
Rasta Midnight Cycling
Travel around and experience the city like never before – at night on a cycle. Embark on a 20-kilometer journey across the city and its outskirts with state-of-the-art cycles and top-notch lighting.
When: Thursday, March 4 to Wednesday, March 31 at 12am.
Where: Rasta Cafe, Mysore Road, Ramanagara.
Skandagiri Sunrise Trek
If the 9 to 5 routine has you bored, rejuvenate your batteries amidst nature. Head to Skandagiri, a mountain fortress located some 70-odd kilometers from Bengaluru. The view from the top is one of lush greenery, misty valleys and remnants of Tipu Sultan’s fort.
When: Friday, March 5 to Saturday, March 27 at 11.30pm.
Where: Meeting point is Kengeri BMTC Bus Stand, Mysore Road, Patel Puttanna Industrial Estate.
Women’s Day Nature Walk
Start your Sunday on a serene note with an informative walk around Allalasandra Lake. Do a bit of walking, some bird watching and get tons of insights and cool trivia about the lake and the history of Bengaluru from expert naturalists.
When: Sunday, March 7 at 8am.
Where: Flowing Tree, Allalasandra, Yelahanka.
One Day Cycling Trip to Bheemeshwari
Take a break from city life and go off the road, literally. Take this cycling trip to Bheemeshwari via the picturesque Muthathi Forest. It’s the perfect way to recharge and score some killer calves.
When: Sunday, March 7 to Sunday, March 28 at 6.30am.
Where: Meeting point is Kalamandir, K R Puram Hobli, Near Marathahalli.
Gokarna Beach Trek
Swap the hustle-bustle of the city for an idyllic time at the beach. Head to Gokarna for some sun, sand and good times. Set up camp on the beach and then enjoy the various tourist spots comprising Paradise beach, Om beach, Vibhoothi Falls and more.
When: Friday, March 12 at 10.30pm.
Where: Meeting point is Gorguntepalaya, Bhadrappa Layout, Yeshwanthpur Industrial Area.
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