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Attractions to explore nearby Devarayanadurga hill

Devarayanadurga hillDevarayana Durga, Karnataka 572140, India

Devarayanadurga when translated means " fort of the God". the place is located about around 4000 feet above and can be a weekend pilgrimage spot and get away for a quick retreat or picnic.

Nearby Attractions

Nijagal betta14.42 KMs away from Devarayanadurga hill

Nijagal Betta trek is not quite a popular destination for trek planners, but for non-planners, its one of the best known weekend getaway options from Bangalore. There is full of ruined caves, forts and temples

Shivagange hill22.74 KMs away from Devarayanadurga hill

Mountain peak with a height of 1368 Meter and a Hindu pilgrimage center. Popular for trekking and rock climbing. Beware of monkeys.

Madhugiri Betta30.91 KMs away from Devarayanadurga hill

Madhugiri is a single hil and the second largest monolith in entire Asia. There lies the fort which is very famous for its architecture.

Kunigal Kere lake41.62 KMs away from Devarayanadurga hill

A beautiful lake and a small temple located in the Kunigal town.

Jayamangali Blackbuck Reserve42.68 KMs away from Devarayanadurga hill

This is Tumkur's only notified protected area exclusively for the Blackbucks. The area of the reserve is 798 acres with the largest population of blackbucks. Apart from blackbucks, the area consists of Acacia and Eucalyptus plantation.

Thippagondanahalli Reservoir46.93 KMs away from Devarayanadurga hill

Located at the confluence of the Arkavathy and Kumudavathi river and is used by the Bangalore water supply and sewage board. It was inaugurated in 1933. Not at all a huge dam, but the surroundings are quite beautiful and calm

Savandurga Trek51.26 KMs away from Devarayanadurga hill

Considered to be among the largest monolith hills in Asia. The hill rises to 1226 m above sea level and consists of peninsular gneiss, granites, basic dikes and laterites

Nandi Hills 51.47 KMs away from Devarayanadurga hill

The hills are near the town of Nandi. It is once used as the summer retreat of Tipu Sultan, Nandi Hills is scattered with shrines and monument, and is surrounded by beautiful views, making this place no less than a hidden paradise

Skandagiri Hills51.67 KMs away from Devarayanadurga hill

Historically known as Kalwarbetta.Trekkers paradise, mountain, natural beauty

ISKCON Temple Bangalore54.96 KMs away from Devarayanadurga hill

One of the largest ISKCON temples in the World. The temple is a huge cultural complex which has deities of Radha and Krishna located at a hill in Rajajinagar

Devanahalli Fort55.91 KMs away from Devarayanadurga hill

Known for its historical significance and archaeological brilliance. The fort is a living example of the extensive battles fought and won and of the royal families

Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath58.82 KMs away from Devarayanadurga hill

With 18 galleries, Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath is a visual art complex located in Bangalore. The major collection of the gallery consists of paintings, sculptures and folk art. Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath also runs the nearby College of fine arts.

Bangalore Palace58.92 KMs away from Devarayanadurga hill

An epitome of great architecture and beauty which is preserved in it the spice of old regal opulence. Which is now the host for many cultural events, marriages, rock shows apart from a tourist destination.

Suvarna Vidhana Soudha60.38 KMs away from Devarayanadurga hill

Vidhan Soudha counts as Most impressive as well as most magnificent buildings in the Bangalore city mainly famous for housing the legislative chambers of the state government

Bangalore Fort60.65 KMs away from Devarayanadurga hill

One of the ancient heritage in Bangalore having an amazing history to say

Cubbon Park60.78 KMs away from Devarayanadurga hill

Major sightseeing attraction rich in green foliage. It is a green belt of the region and is an ideal place for nature lovers to spread over 300 acres.

Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace60.78 KMs away from Devarayanadurga hill

Magnificient accommodation of the valiant ruler of the Mysore- Tippu sultan. This is an example of Indo Islamic architecture. The opulent palace is once used as a summer retreat by the king and was often referred as the abode of happiness

Visvesvaraya Industrial & Technological Museum61.12 KMs away from Devarayanadurga hill

A constituent unit of the national council of science museums having nine exhibition halls. all of them are giving us more knowledge about science and technology in this fastest-growing world.

Kaggaladu Bird Sanctuary61.47 KMs away from Devarayanadurga hill

Kaggaladu bird sanctuary is the second largest painted storks sanctuary in south India. there are so many rare birds migrating here in all time.

Lalbagh Botanical Garden62.29 KMs away from Devarayanadurga hill

One of the prime most tourist attractions in India. It was commissioned by the Mysore ruler in 1760 and finally implemented by his son Tippu Sulthan