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9/1, Platform Road, Sheshadripuram, Bangalore, Karnataka, India
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What to do traveling from Bangalore to Deli March 20-25

by jrcflaus

After working, I am going to leave morning of Saturday March 20 for personal time. Flight back home is March 25 1:30 AM. So I have about 4.5 days of free time.
*Should I take flight to Agra then hang around that region then train to Deli? *Should I take 2 or 3 train rides ending up in Agra the last train to Deli? Basically sleep on the train and spend a day in 2 or 3 locations in between Bangalore and Agra?
*Anything to see in Deli? Is Deli safe?

Re: What to do traveling from Bangalore to Deli March 20-25

by csuresh

New Delhi has lot to see, especially with historic signifance. Safety-wise, it is same as any other city today. Flight will save time. Tamilnadu is neighbouring state to Karnataka (Bangalore), so you can visit if time permits. Places like Chennai, Madurai or Kanyakumari offers variety and display rich (south) Indian culture (Google search will help)

Re: What to do traveling from Bangalore to Deli March 20-25

by vpas

if you are interested in the north of india,just take the flight to delhi and do the delhi and agra in the time that you have.of course you could spend longer in these places,there is so much to see.read lynnehamman's pages on delhi,jaipur and agra and then decide.
however south of india has no derth of places either.as the previous poster pointed out you could do various places.coorg,mysore,hampi,nagarhole,dubare are all places in karnataka.
decide the place according to your interests.if you are a first time traveller,and dont know when you will be able to come again,i would defineltly recommend delhi,agra and jaipur.they are exotic.
delhi is safe as any other city.just avoid random cabs and go for the one's suggested by a travel agent/cab service.this is just to avoid being fleeced.
while shopping on small pavement shops you need to bargain.
have fun,

Re: What to do traveling from Bangalore to Deli March 20-25

by jrcflaus

Great advise. I am very excited to visit your country. I have been to China and Thailand many times but I think India will be "Incredible".

Re: What to do traveling from Bangalore to Deli March 20-25

by jrcflaus

Great advise. I am very excited to visit your country. I have been to China and Thailand many times but I think India will be "Incredible".

Thank you for the post!

Re: What to do traveling from Bangalore to Deli March 20-25

by jrcflaus

Also... about how many Rupees to fly from Bangalore to Deli?
thank you

Re: What to do traveling from Bangalore to Deli March 20-25

by jrcflaus

Also... about how many Rupees to fly from Bangalore to Deli?
thank you much!

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Eco tourism at Jungle Lodges Resorts

by abi_maha

Head off to the Bheemeshwari (Cauvery Fishing Camp) Jungle Lodges for a memorable week end spent at eco tourism. Thats what we did for our second wedding anniversary, and we loved every minute of the time we spent there! :)

We left bangalore a bit late (arnd 10 AM) but will advise you to leave earlier to beat the heat (depending on the season of course!)...we reached there by around 12:30 jus in time for a nice welcome drink and a sumptuous lunch...

the place was awesome! huts, tents and small rooms so close to nature, on the bank of the river, surrounded by trees is an inviting sight to anyone and we were mighty thrilled with the palce...loads of birds of such brilliant colors were present and we went mad, clicking away to glory and hopin that some of those pics turn out good!! :))

after a nice lunch, we rested in a hammock which was tied in some welcome shade! we spent some "quality" time together before hopping on for a coracle ride! I have been on a coracle before but this was Aj's first time and he enjoyed it like a kid given a new toy!! :)) ... the guide (coracle guy) was very patient and explained to us everything that we can see at this time of the year!

we saw some really exotic wildlife and here is a list of them:
Kingfishers (dozens)
Cranes and egrets
Crocs!!!
Giant malabar squirrel
Bulbuls
Robins
A few species of birds which we dont know the names yet..
last but not least a giant bald eagle flying with a prized fish catch!!!

we ended the day with a nice barbeque dinner and retried to bed tired but very happy!

Morning dawned and we went off on a trek to a nearby hillock...not exerting but the morning air, chillness and the stillness of the place was exhilarating! we saw a pack of sambar deer whizzing past at around 100mts away and a fleeting glimpse of a peacock but nothing else much apart frm the usual green and blue birds ... we then walked back along the river banks, had breakfast and left back for bangalore :)

on the whole a brilliant get away! :)

Totally British

by grets

In 1856 the British brought gardeners over from Kew Gardens in London to work at Lalbagh. As is the norm, they built a military band stand, and this imposing greenhouse which is based on London's Crystal Palace. The greenhouse often houses wonderful flower shows, but there weren't any on when we visited unfortunately.

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