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Set amidst the challenging rocky hillocks and lush green surroundings, Ramnagaram is a popular weekend getaway for Bengaluru folks.
Ramnagaram with its lush green surroundings and popular tall granite hills is a famous tourist spot. Ramanagaram is also known as the Silk Town and Silk City as it is a very important place for the production of silk. The silk produced here forms the input for the famous Mysore Silk. Ramanagaram is also famous for its Ramdevarabetta Vulture Sanctuary where one can spot critically endangered vultures in their natural habitat. Savandurga is a nearby hill and is also very popular among tourists. Janapada Loka is an organisation here which has been very influential in promoting various art and cultural forms including dance and music.
Janapada Loka - also known as "Folk-World" or "Folk Museum" has an extraordinary collection of over 5,000 artefacts. Taken care by Karnataka Janapada Parishat. Ideal and a must visit place for culture-lovers. Events such as Lokasiri is conducted to awaken and promote the traditional and cultural values. Moreover, it has a minimal entry fee of INR 10 for adults and INR 05 for children (excluding the cost for taking pictures and videos)
This is a great place to visit over a weekend from Bangalore.
Get a glimpse of quiet small town life in this less known but beautiful tourist destination. Very convenient to reach.
Many tourist facilities like luxury hotels, a wide range of restaurants, etc are absent since it is not a very well developed tourist destination.
If you would like to take a step back from your daily busy schedule and relax for a few days, Ramnagaram is the place for you. It is the ideal family vacation spot for both locals and travellers from India and abroad. A must visit for Bollywood buffs.
Ramnagaram is located in the state of Karnataka and is well connected to nearby cities in South India by road and rail. This city does not have an airport and Bangalore is the closest airport. Ramn... (Read More)
Answer: November to February are the best months to visit Ramnagaram. It is a little hot in summers (March onwards) and even though the temperature cools down in monsoons, trekking would be slightly difficult and terrain would be slippery and hence monsoons should also be avoided.
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