Monday, February 23, 2009

The Peaceful Outskirts Of Bangalore

A few months back we visited one of the most beautiful and serene places in the outskirts of bangalore, Bennerghatta Jungle Lodges, which is a 'must see' destination for anyone who wants to relax in 'peaceful wilderness'. Never miss this when you are in bangalore next time. We had this trip from our office and had a group booking done with the Jungle Lodge authorities. They charge very reasonably and maintain the premises very well with a great sense of concern for environement. The entire area is a plastic free zone.














The jungle lodges, literally in the middle of thick forest is fenced and well protected. This is an awesome place to spend a couple of days with your friends and family. It is an amazing place to visit. we had a nice time here inside the forest for two days.














A small lake near our stay........














Our team just before setting out for trekking.........















thats peace.........





















making our own paths............ :)


















team on top of the rock.......... :)














independent cottages.......available for very reasonable rent......
the interiors are pretty neat and well maintained...........















another cottage...............














this is the front portion of dormitory........















a squirrel just in search of ...........

hope you all enjoyed........ and thank you...... :-)

5 comments:

Midlife, menopause, mistakes and random stuff... said...

Awesome snaps....beautiful scenery :)

Steady On
Reggie Girl

Greener Bangalore said...

Thanks for your comment Reggie

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Simply Heather said...

Thank you for following my blogger backgrounds site. It is always refreshing to be introduced to other area's of our world, places I'll never step foot on where others can and share it with us :o). Great photos!

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