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12 Places near Bangalore for Corporate Outings

Riding from the busy streets of Bangalore reach the quiet and remote places to impart the charm of nature into our busy lives.


Corporate outings bring a bundle of joy to the employees as they take us back to our college days, with no calls, meetings, or deadlines to worry about.


Now that the managers plan outings for their subordinates, we have curated a list to help you plan and enjoy the getaway with ease.


Corporate outing In and around Bangalore: Day Out & Weekend Getaways


Day Out:


The mystic mountains near Bangalore .
A picture from the travel+lesuire website.

01. Nandi Hills


Nandi hills at an altitude of 4850 and have great significance among Hindus as it is the birthplace of the Penna, Palar, Arkavathi, and Papagni rivers.


These hills are the most popular weekend destination for all the Bangaloreans to tranquilize after hectic schedules. A day out with peers can be planned for a chill and thrill at Hills. An early morning trek or evening camping activities would add more fun.


Distance: 60km

The best time to visit: September – May.

Things to do: Trekking, Parasailing.


On a safari with the team.
A picture from the south tourism website.

02. Muttathi

Muttathi is a spiritual and adventure trip offering quite an enthralling experience to see wild trees in the early hours.


The Wildlife sanctuary good number of bird species and wildlife, including Elephants, Langoors, Spotted deer, foxes, mongoose, Indian monitor lizards, and some reptile species. Bheemeshwari Fishing Camp is yet another spot near Muthathi.


Distance: 100km.

Best time to visit: October – March.

Things to do: Safari, Photography, Trekking.


An outing to the Caves.
A picture from the nativeplanet.com website

03. Anthargange Caves

The Anthargange caves in the Kolar district is a small hamlet with a famous temple of lord shiva and steep ravines. A team lunch or potluck with a caving experience can be planned to repose and relax.


Distance: 70km

Best time to visit: October – March.

Things to do: Trekking, Caving, Adventure.


A morning group trek to the hills.
A pic from the Unsplash website.

04. Bilikal Ranga Swamy Betta


Bilikal Ranga Swamy Trek is a moderate one, with a hiking time of 2.5 hrs uphill and about 1.5 hr down. A group trek in the early hours watching the city in the golden hours is an eye treat to the city folks.


Distance: 75km

Best time to visit: September – June.

Things to do: Trekking, Rafting, Angling, Fishing, and Coracle boating.


A short trip to the cascades.
A pic from the travel. earth website.

05. Shivanasamudra Falls

Kaveri River in Karnataka flows into two parts, one is Gaganachukki and the other is Bharachukki forming a collective fall named Shivanasamudra.


During monsoons, the sight of these gushing waterfalls rolling on rocks, streams, and bushes would skip your beat.


Distance: 130km

Best time to visit: June - September.

Places to stay: Odyssey Retreat, KSTDC hotels, Euphoria Farms.

Things to do: Trekking and Camping at the falls.


A weekend trip to the heritage sites near Bangalore.
A pic from the Kayak.com website.

06. Mysore

Mysore is the second major city of Karnataka, famous for its heritage sites, food, and nightlife to spend a weekend with the group.


An additional advantage can be availed if planned during the off-season, checking on the weather as the resorts offer at a low- cost.


Distance: 143km

Best time to visit: July- February.

Places to stay Mangrove suits, Jal Mahal Resort, Wildflower Resorts.

Things to do: Flower Garden show, Safari, Try the best Continental cuisines.


A  group boat ride near Bangalore.
A picture from the FFO website.

07. Hogenakkal Falls

When the River Kaveri enters the Tamil Nadu border after winding its way through the state of Karnataka, it descends into the lofty landscape forming the Hogenakkal Waterfalls.


The Carbonatite rocks found near the waterfall are one of the oldest in the world.


Distance: 146km

Best time to visit: June - September.

Places to stay Wonderland Resort, Fairfield Marriott, and Courtyard.

Things to do: Trekking, Boating.


A group trip to the green valleys.
A pic from the Karnataka Tourism website.

08. Sakleshpur

A trek through the spice and coffee plantations of the Western Ghats will take you to the magnificent hill view and climate of Sakleshpur.


Sakleshpur is also famous for its Manjarabad fort architecture with several tunnels, chambers, cannon mounts, and musket holes that will take you back to the 17 century.


Distance: 151km

Best time to visit: October– March.

Places to stay: Jenukallu Resort, Machaan Resort, Aroha’s Resort.

Things to do: Waterfall, Trek, Ghat view.


Weekend Getaways:


Capture wildlife along with your group.
A pic from the south tourism website

09. Bandipur national park

Planning an outing during spring consider the Bandipur national park. Capture the wildlife habitat on a smooth ride amidst the green trees and caves of the park.


The guides would take you on a treasure hunt for spotting tigers and other species.


Distance: 215km

Best time to visit: September – June.

Places to stay: Khan’s Gufa resort, Serai Resort, Mangifera.

Things to do: Wilde life safari, wildlife photography.


A long weekend group outing.
A picture from the Tripper Trails website.

10. Chikmagalur

Chikmagalur means “country of the younger daughter” in Sanskrit. A coffee break to explore the plantation hills of coffee and brew your cup overlooking the high peaks, dams, and waterfalls flowing downhill.


A long weekend trip with your group sharing the stories and cherishing memories will foster teamwork.


Distance: 243km

Best time to visit: September - April

Places to stay: The Blossom Resort, Vismita Country, Nexstay Coffee Grove.

Things to do: Eagle eye Resort, Nature’s Adobe Homestay, the planters court.


A coffee break at Coorg.
A picture from the south tourism website.

11. Coorg

An outing to this hill station would be no less than an international trip in the vicinity of Bangalore City.


Coorg-‘Scotland of India’ bestows tourists with its harmonic highlands, wildlife, waterfalls, and serene atmosphere to live for the moment.


Planning a group trip during the off-season would fill your heart and pockets.


Distance: 265km

Best time to visit: September – June.

Places to stay: Heritage resort, Coorg Cliff Resort, Woodstock Resort.

Things to do: Trekking, Campfire night, Rafting, and hiking.



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