Nandi Hills, also known as Nandidurg is a hill station in the state of Karnataka. It is a part of the Chikkaballapur district and is known for its scenic beauty and natural charm. Visitors from all parts of the country embark on trips to the hill station.
|Vechile Type||Seat's||Price-Round Trip|
|Innova Crystal||6+1||₹ 3500/-|
|Tempo Travelers(Non-AC)||12+1||₹ 4000/-|
|Tempo Travelers(AC)||12+1||₹ 4500/-|
Nandi Hills, or Nandidurg, is a hill fortress in the south Indian state of Karnataka. Tipu Sultan Fort, a summer retreat of the namesake 18th-century ruler, features stone carvings and wall paintings. Prisoners are said to have been thrown to their death from Tipu’s Drop, now known for its panoramic views. Local Hindu temples include the hilltop Yoga Nandeeshwara Temple, guarded by a huge statue of a bull (nandi).
Nandi Hills, also known as Nandidurg is a hill station in the state of Karnataka. It is a part of the Chikkaballapur district and is known for its scenic beauty and natural charm. Nandi Hills was a popular holiday retreat for the British office before independence.
Climate : Nandi Hills receive moderate rainfalls during the months from June to August. The place remains drenched all through these months. Nandi Hills experiences mild summer and the temperature ranges between 23°C to 40°C The summer start from March and last till May. The month of December marks the start of Winter Season.