Resorts in Bangalore for an Ideal Workcation

Perfect for a getaway without really leaving the town, Olde Bangalore has luxe tent-style cottages for your stay together with top-notch facilities, adding to your comfort. Keeping in line with this scenario, the cottages are socially-distanced and thoroughly sanitized.

Furthermore,  they provide digital check-in options along with contactless food delivery and housekeeping. With much greenery all around, the space allows you to unwind amidst the serenity of nature while letting you stay updated with your work and other commitments. Featuring varying rates, their workstation plans start with 2-3 night packages and persist to stays of over a month. 

The Serai Chikmagalur:

If lounging about at a breathtakingly beautiful place while you pack up that dreary work assignment sounds like a great plan, then you’ve to head to The Serai in Chikmagalur. Nestled atop a hillock,  the posh resort is surrounded by lush coffee plantations. Well-equipped with all necessary facilities and even private pools,  they need villas to suit your needs perfectly.  the simplest part? Workation Super Saver package includes free Wi-Fi, a guided plantation walk, and indoor/outdoor games, among others. From zero contact experiences to deep cleaning and specific time slots  to make sure safety, the resort has put in situ a detailed set of measures to adapt to the present situation. So,  persist and enjoy your work vacay without worries.

Fantasy Golf Resort:

Well,  join up  for Fantasy Golf Resort’s exclusive workation package and you’ll get to sample just what we’re talking about. Designed for a minimum of three nights  and 4  days,  they need  Deluxe and Premium options for you to choose from.  aside from  the quintessential Wi-Fi connectivity, the package also includes breakfast, nature walks, yoga  and personal  bonfire nights,  supported  your preference. 

Coorg Evergreen County:

Promise you an offbeat experience, Evergreen County has rustic huts, tents and cottages for your stay. Set amidst the verdant plantations that Coorg is synonymous with, this nature-themed resort  may be a  great option for an escape from the city’s bustle. We wouldn’t mind kicking back at  one among  their conceptual bamboo or cane huts while drafting stories and meeting deadlines.  aside from  the recently-introduced workation package, they  even have  ones for honeymooners, adventure lovers and families. Plus, activities like zip lining and air-gun firing  to stay  you engaged. 

Porcupine Castle: 

A coffee plantation resort tucked away  within the  hills of Coorg, Porcupine Castle’s 10-day workation package gives you uninterrupted Wi-Fi, spacious rooms and a workstation, if required. They  even have  pre-set meals and tea/coffee service to sort you out. Oh, and  you furthermore may  get to try out some of the activities that are available at the resort. Think leisurely estate walks and sightseeing.  you’ll  pick from their Mountain-View Chalet, Valley-View Chalet or Plantation-View Chalet. They also got a kids’ play area if you’re planning a family trip. Before  you propose  your visit, do  take a look at  their set of COVID-19 guidelines on the website. 

Five places near Bangalore for trekking

Nandi Hills

This exotic place is understood for offering an awe-inspiring sunset view besides its moderate-level trekking offerings. The famous Indian warrior Tipu Sultan’s summer palace is often explored after climbing up 1200 steps. The famous outcrop  is another tourist attraction popularly known as Tipu’s Drop. The stunning views of Amrita Sarovar here are worth watching.

Makalidurga

75 km away from  Bangalore,  this is often one of the most challenging trekking propositions around Bangalore, with wild shrubs, vegetation, and granite hillocks. The serene views of Makalidurga offer an outstanding experience to the adventurers here with its curvy roads. If you’re interested in photography,  this is often also a pretty picturesque destination. You will be able to surround forest and Lord Krishna Temple at its foothills. The sites of ruined forts attracts many trekkers.

Anthargange – Cave exploration with Trek

Anthargange offers visitors a moderate 3 km trek along boulders, small hillocks, volcanic rocks, and caves along stunning vistas. This tricky trek is popular for overnight camping because of its mysterious caves. At around 80 km from Bangalore, the trekkers can start their adventure with an exciting road trip.

Madhugiri- An exclusive Trek Spot

This is one of the most famous spots for trekking around Bangalore and is the second largest monolithic rock after Savanagiri. This one-and-a-half-hour-long trek offers some challenging roads on the way. Once you reach the height, the architectural ruins of Gopalakrishna Temple are worth exploring.

Savandurga Hill– Explore  the most important  Monoliths

With its two popular trails, Billigudda and Karigudaa, this picturesque place offers trekkers a simple to moderate trekking experience along with its awe-inspiring views. You’ll also pass through the historical fort of Kempegowda on the way. The night trek is one of the major highlights of this place, located 70 km from Bangalore.