Here are our top 5 places that every trekker must visit:
1. Savandurga (Situated 60 kms away from Bangalore)
The range offers a serene and sublime atmosphere for trekking and exploration in Savandurga. The Savandurga hill is one the highest monoliths in Asia.
The Billigudda peak is preferred by trekkers over the Karigudda range as it has gentler slopes and yellow markings on the trail to the peak. Without proper markings or an expert guide; you could lose your way and get lost in the jungles.
Difficulty Level: Easy
2. Tada Falls (About 80km from Chennai)
The Ubbalamadagu or Tada Falls are located in the Chitthoor district of Andhra Pradesh are a refreshing getaway from the heat scorched weather of Chennai, a trek to Tada Falls is highly recommended! Relatively simpler trails and the gorgeousness of the waterfalls make this place an ideal spot for trekking in Chennai.
Difficulty Level: Easy – Moderate
3. Dudhsagar Falls (About 29 kms from Goa)
Here’s another reason to visit Goa! The best hike in Goa has to be without a doubt the Dudhsagar Falls trek, with a starting point at the base of the beautiful Dudhsagar Falls. The trek begins from there and moves to Castle Rock and then makes it way to the Kuveshi falls. Once at the top of the waterfall, one can get a spectacular view of Goa.
Difficulty Level: Semi- Difficult
4. Tadiandamol (About 136 kms from Mysore)
Tadiandamol is the highest mountain of Kodagu district, Karnataka, India. The third highest peak in Karnataka, now that’s one view you can’t pass on! It’s located in the Western Ghats range. The mountain has patches of shola forests in the valleys.
Difficulty Level: Semi-Difficult
5. Rajmachi Trek (About 78Kms from Pune)
The starting point for this trek is Udhewadi is the base of Rajmachi trek however; you can start it from Tungarli near Lonavala or Kondivade Village near Karjat.
A fort adjoining a historic trade route, Rajmachi is one of the most exciting and enduring trekking trails around Pune. With ancient Buddhist caves, waterfalls, lush greenery, temples & fort ruins this place a much sought after trekking destination.
Difficulty Level: Easy
Trekking is about the experience and not just how fast you can finish it.
Get ready to experience India like never before!