Trek to ‘Savandurga’ Bangalore

Travelogue

Know Before You Go:

Total time to visit: 1-day trip
Total time to trek: 2-3 hours (on conditions)
TrekDistance: 2-3 km at a height of 1226 m above sea level
Distance from Bangalore-60 km
Best time to start: Early morning at 4.30 am
Difficulty level– Medium ( Good for children, adults)
Necessary things: Wear High grip shoes & free clothes, carry Glucose water, nuts and snacks.
“The journey from base land to hills always bring thrills”.

Real Get Away

Hills are really heaven on Earth. When I first heard of Savana Durga, I thought it must be a religious place or maybe a Mandir on top of hills. But, when I actually visited, it was totally beyond my imaginations.

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Well Preserved & Must to visit Chitradurga Fort

Travelogue

Hey people! Welcome to Chitradurga(locally called Durga). Here I am giving all the necessary details for the hassle-free visit to Chitradurga Fort.

How to Reach?

From Bangalore city to Chitradurga town- 200 km distance.

Take bus, train or your own car and travel towards Fort city.

What to see?

  • Chitradurga Fort ( Read if History is exciting for you!)

Chitradurga Fort is built between 10th & 18th centuries by the kings of various dynasties like Rashtrakutas, Kalyana Chalukyas, Hoysalas, Vijayanagara, and Nayakas of Chitradurga.

Nayakas lost the kingdom to Hyder Ali in 1779.

Here is the complete Description of Fort

The Fort comprises of 7 enclosure tight-security Gate. The Gate walls are designed in a way as the shape of the snake. It also has 19 gateways and 38 posterior entrance. In the upper part of Fort 18 ancient temples could be found and the lower part…

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