Nandi Hills Trip

Nandi Hills or Nandi betta (Anglicised forms include Nandidrug and Nandydroog) is an ancient hill fortress in southern India, in the Chikkaballapur district of Karnataka state. It is 10 km from Chickballapur town and approximately 60 km from the city of Bengaluru. The hills are nestled near the town of Nandi. In traditional belief, the hills are the origin of the Arkavathy River. There are many stories about the origin of the name Nandi Hills. During the Chole period, Nandi Hills was called Ananda Giri meaning The Hill of Happiness. Another story is that Yoga Nandeeshwara performed penance here, and so it was named after him. Nandi is also commonly called Nandidurga (Fort) because of the fort built here by the ruler Tippu Sultan. It is also perhaps called Nandi Hills because the hills resemble a sleeping bull (Nandi).

Nandi Hills Cave
Nandi Hills Cave is situated near Nandi Hills is a perfect spot for those seeking silence and solitude. It is a attractive place for tourist.
Tipu Drop
The famous place from where Tippu Sultan had his condemned prisoners thrown to death.
Amruth Sarovar Temple
Amruth Sarovar is an exquisite water lake that is filled with crystal clear water through out the year. It is a beautiful water body that has been formed by Perennial springs.
Bhoga Nandeeshwara Temple
 It is a Hindu temple located in Nandi village, at the base of Nandi hills (or Nandidurga) in the Chikkaballapur district of Karnataka state, India. It is dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva.
There is a memorial to Sir M. Visvesvarayya on the family-owned land at Muddenahalli with the Nandi Hills as a backdrop.
Package Duration
  • Car/Luxury Car
  • Van
  • Mini Bus
  • Bus / Coach