There are many people who just love to go out of the city for a vacation or trip either alone, in a group or with their friends or family. Overnight camping at the woods or an open space is a passion for many with bonfires, exciting songs and dance, with the whole unit enjoying to the full under the open dark moonlit sky. The very thought of it is simply mesmerizing and enchanting something that many would be interested in.

Some top overnight camping near Bangalore


Event: Nishanimotte Trek & Night Camping

Date: Friday, May 26, 2017

Time: 9 pm

Organized by: Nature Walkers

Location: Nishanimottte, Outside Bangalore

Fees: Rs. 3599/-

Details: Nishani Motte is considered to be an unknown peak located on Bhagamandala (Talacauvery) range in Coorg district. From Bangalore, it is around 335km away and the total trek distance from Talacauvery the base point is 13 to 14kms. The trek begins from the meadows and shoal forests to follow the impressive ridge, where the trekkers are required to walk right up to the summit. From the peak, one can have a fabulous view of the beautiful Brahmagiri range. The minimum age of entry is 18 years and maximum is 45 years.


Event: Badami Rock Climbing

Date: Saturday, May 20, 2017

Time: 12 am

Organized by: Adventure Junkie

Location: Badami Cave Temples

Fees: Rs. 4500/-

Details: Previously, Badami was called Vatapi and located North West to Hampi by about 150 km. It was then the Badami Chalukyas’ capital from 540 – 757 AD. The rock-cut structural temples are quite popular here. They are found near the Agastya Lake and situated in the ravine at the base of the red, rugged sandstone. It is also a favorite place of sports enthusiasts. There are present routes that vary from 5b – 8b+. It is indeed a paradise for both experienced rock climbers and amateurs. Bouldering and free sport climbing are encouraged here. Cliffs do have in them horizontal crack systems which are quite similar to that of Gunks. 150 bolted routes along with multiple free climbing routes exist here. Aihole and Pattadakal are the other closely tourist attractions.


Event: Kudremukh Trek

Date: Friday, May 19, 2017

Time: 7.30 pm

Organized by: Nature Walkers

Location: Kudremukh

Fees: Rs. 3250/-

Details: In the Kannada language, Kudremukh stands for ‘horse face’. It refers to a fabulous sight of the mountain side that appears just like a horse face. It is rather a small village is situated about 96 km away from Chikmagalur district and around 335 km away from Bangalore. The forest of the Western Ghats are spread ranging an area of about 600 sq. km. It is located at a height of about 1894m above sea level. This place is quite ideal for overnight journey and trekking purpose. The minimum and maximum age group for participating in this program is 18 and 45 years.

For more details, one should immediately contact the tour organizer to make sure that they book the seats and are able to enjoy thoroughly the camping program.

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