Situated 60 kms to the west of Bangalore, Savandurga, considered to be one of the largest single rock formations in the whole of Asia. It comprises of two hills, Billigudda (white hill) and Karigudda (black hill) and has a temple situated at the foothill and a pond nearby. Most trekkers choose Billigudda due to its gentler slopes.
Arkavathi River flows nearby and moves towards Manchanabele Dam. Savandurga hills make for a tranquil and picturesque trek and overlook a beautiful lotus pond. The weekend travellers frequent from Bangalore frequent it for trekking, camping and rock climbing.
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Close to the nature. Offers trekking opportunity in Karnataka. Untouched beauty without the presence of commercialized buildings or cafes. Provide serene ambiance and is a different picnic spot.
It is difficult to reach Savandurga due to lack of connectivity via airways and railways. Accomodation facilities are not available, and camping is the only option. It can be quite difficult to trek here in rainy season.
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