|Vehicle Model||Rate Per Km||Per day KM Limit||Driver allowance per day|
|Hatch Back (Indica or equivalent) AC||9.00||250.00||300.00|
|Sedan (Swift Dzire or equivalent) AC||9.25||250.00||300.00|
|MUV (Mahindra Xylo or equivalent) AC||12.00||250.00||300.00|
|SUV (Toyota Innova or equivalent) AC||12.25||250.00||300.00|
|VAN 12 Str (Force Traveler) AC||16.00||300.00||350.00|
|VAN 15 Str (Force Traveler) AC||19.00||300.00||400.00|
Popularly known as the silicon valley of India, Bangalore is the biggest IT hub in the country. The third most populous city in the country, Bangalore is well known and loved for its pleasant weather. The city is home to many educational institutions and almost all IT based corporate organizations. The city is also home to Kannada film industry.
The capital city of Indian state of Karnataka, Bangalore is also the second fastest growing metropolitan city in India. The city is also nicknamed as the ‘pub capital of India’ and ‘Rock/Metal capital of India’ because of its underground music scene and rock concerts.
Bangalore offers its visitors and residents lot of fun places to hang out. Some of the most popular hangout destinations in Faridabad are as follows:
One of the most popular shopping and entertainment hub of Bangalore, MG (Mahatama Gandhi) Road is the favorite hangout spot for the locals. Once the street used to be simple and decent with shops made out of wood in the pre independence era but now the MG Road is packed with high towers will glass walls. The street is lined up with various showrooms, restaurants, entertainment centers and food stalls etc. The place remains crowded until mid night every day.
Enclosed by awe inspiring gardens, this majestic palace is a popular destination for tourists in Bangalore and locals alike. The palace is also preferred for various cultural programs and other important events in the city owing to its beautiful and royal architecture inside out. The palace was built by Chamrajendra Wadiyar in 1873.
Country’s first butterfly park which is home to a great variety of flora and fauna is another major destination in the city of Bangalore. Lions, tigers, crocodiles, can be easily spotted here amongst other numerous species. The park was established in 1971 and is located around 22 km from the city center. Elephant ride is one of the main attractions in the park.
The Lal Bagh botanical gardens in Bangalore was initially built as a private garden for leisure purposes by Hyder Ali and was extended and expanded by his son Tipu Sultan later. Today, the garden houses the largest collection of tropical plants, a lake and a famous glass house. The place is one of the chief tourist attractions in Bangalore.
Located in the heart of Bangalore, Cubbon Park is often referred to as the lung area of Bangalore. This public ark was originally named as Meade’s park after Sir John Meade and later renamed after the longest service commissioner of the Mysore region, Sir Mark Cubbon.
Delhi has numerous great tourist destinations in its vicinity. Some of the most popular weekend getaways from Delhi are as follows:
1. Nandi Hills : An ancient hill fortress in southern India is a favorite weekend getaway for Bangalorians. As you enter the hill, you get a feeling of floating over the clouds as you actually can see the top of cloud. The place is famous for its picturesque and divine sunrise moment. The hill station enjoys a pleasant weather throughout the year.
2. Ooty : Located at a distance of 270 kms from the city center of Bangalore, Ooty is a heaven on earth when it comes down to picturesque landscapes. Tourists love to boat in the famous lake, take a stroll in the beautiful gardens and take the exciting and beautiful toy train ride through the town.
3. Coorg : Popularly known as The Kashmir of the South and Scotland of India, Coorg is the most frequented hill station in the south India region. The serene hill station is located at a distance of 260 kms from the Bangalore city center, Coorg is well known for its exotic spice plantations, coffee gardens, demanding treks, waterfalls, temples and the lush greenery and weather that it offers.
4. Mysore : One of the most underrated cities in the country, Mysore is a city with unmatched cultural heritage. The city is packed with historical monuments and pilgrimage sites and has a royal charm in general. Mysore is the third largest city in Karnataka and is situated at a distance of 160 km from Bangalore.
5. Yelagiri : A small hill station in the Vellore district of Tamil Nadu, Yelagiri is a vibrant hill station and is a must visit for a traveler who is looking for some peace and calmness amongst awe inspiring views all around. Yelagiri is located at a distance of mere 157 km from the city center of Bangalore and takes 3 hours to commute via road.