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The ride in itself meandering past thick pine forests, apple orchards and a helipad got our cycling legs moving after the drive. Watch this space for more updates...
The Nandi village, located at the base of Nandi hills has great historical significance and a few hidden gems that we will unearth for you on this trail. Along the trail of this monolith rock youll experience:
-A beautiful temple with influences of several different dynasties
-A quaint train station, whose old British style building is still intact
-A potters village, where you can try your hand at the wheel and learn a thing or two from the master potter and take home your own personal souvenir.
-A ride through the countryside, enjoying village life and scenic beauty of life around Nandi hills; be prepared to expend some calories here!
-Scrumptious Breakfast and Lunch
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Join us on a weekend (2 days) cycling trail to the Shevaroy Hills to explore the quaint hill station called Yercaud also known as Jewel of the South. This trail is designed for a small group of like-minded travelers who share a passion for cycling and enjoy the thrill of adventure & exploration.
Youll get to meet new people to celebrate the joy of cycling and have all the time for a fun time traveling with them.
What goes unsaid is the all the impromptu stops for fun and frolic along the trail!
Total Ride Distance: 100 Km over 2 days
(includes a 26KM downhill on Day 2 you would have earned by climbing up on Day 1)
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On this Unventured walk youll get an insight into the markets of Bengaluru and how the trading communities of the city work cohesively to help support the citys need. Traditionally the traders in the Pete society comprise of both local and migrant people from trading communities.
Heres what you can expect to see on your walk.
The remnants of a palace that once belonged to Tipu Sultan
Learn of the first ever Rocket that was used in Battle and formed the basis for future warfare
Visit an old Hindu temple - the Kote Venkataramana Temple with influences of the trade rich Vijayanagara Empire.
Walk around the famed flower market, wrap your senses with color and fragrances. The market is a photographers delight.\
Watch a jeweler mold real gold and set diamonds, making the most finest Indian jewelry from scratch.
Visit a weaver to learn of Hand and Mechanical weaving that make some of the intricate designs on silks.
Enjoy a scrumptious plantain leaf meal at a local joint that feeds the traders of the market.
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From the sprawling high streets, quaint back alleys, black magic and voodoo calling spirits, bustling shopping centers, ride from place to place on the suburban transport, enjoy local tasty food, old temples and to the quiet cafs; the Bengaluru in a Nutshell tour is a contrast of the old and the new of Bengaluru.
At the heart of this city are contrasting layers of the old and the new. On this Unventured tour there is something for everyone to take to; from local interactions, history, culture, stories, and loads of fun.
An iconic 9th Century temple with influences of the largest empire that reigned over the Dravidian region
A Hindu cemetery to witness ancient practices of Black magic
The state library that stands in Pompeian red with books in every Indian language, a walk inside will delight any inquisitive book lover.
Learn of architectural influences from the North, East, South and West of the country. The British built Attara Kacheri that dates back to 1884 and built in Greaco-Roman Style.
A scrumptious brunch at a caf which calls itself an establishment, founded in the early 40s rings an old world charm and dishes out some local delicacie
Now, for the update, we've trekked through Wanla crossing 'pinkitilla' pass which translates to 'lizard pass' and we rode all the way to Alchi, a beautiful little town with a monastery that dates back to the 11th century, the views have been overwhelming to say the least...today we drive back to Leh and soak in the hustle and bustle around before we head to pangong tso!
On our "Temple & Thindi" trail, we introduce you to Bendakaalooru our city of Boiled Beans before it became Bangalore and now Bengaluru, come relive the citys history while you feast on scrumptious breakfast in old quaint joints that have been legendary and significant to the city of Bangalore.
On this trail you will experience
Soak in the heady aromas of coffee and savour melt in the mouth yummies at the legendary MTR.
A peek into the legends and stories that hint at the Trimurthies (Brahma, Vishnu & Maheshwara) visiting our quaint little ooru at the Ragi Gudda Temple
The makings of Bangalore through the vision of its Chieftain Kempegowda and his stories of the raged bull at the famed Bull Temple.
The know how into how summer and winter solstice was predicted centuries ago at the only cave temple in Bangalore.
Dates: 12th - 19th August
The Ladakh on a bicycle tour has just started and we are feasting on some delicious food while we acclimatise. Tomorrow we ride to Likir to a monastery that dates back to 1050 AD.
While all the cycling is coming through a curious traveller in Bangalore is walking through the 'Pete' acquainting himself with 'Namma Ooru' all in a week's work!
On this Unventured Tour you will
- Take a cruise through the many fjords
- Dog sled in Tromso
- Chase the Northern Lights through 3 nights of lights chase.
-Visit magnificent art and historic spaces in Oslo
-Savouring some scrumptious Norwegian cuisine
Here is a glimpse from our tour last year https://www.flickr.com/photos/145455525@N03/
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As part of any Unventured tour, we have added local experiences like homestays and local yummy cuisine. We take the road less travelled to spot exotic Himalayan wildlife, tea tasting sessions at one of the oldest tea estates, and not to forget interactions with locals to better understand their culture through their voices. The picture post-card landscapes and some great climbs and thrilling downhills make the perfect mountain getaway.
Who can do this tour?
This is a High intensity tour and ideal for well trained cyclists. The riding distances range between 40-70Km on average. We will climb down and up several valleys as we take the road from Gangtok through quaint village roads and countryside making our way up to Darjeeling; some sections of the ascents are steep. Gradients vary between 8-12%.
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