Climatic condition in Biligiri Hills is quite pleasant and clear, which attracts tourists from all over the country. If any one wants to seek enjoyment to its fullest, the time from November to March is ideal. Annual rainfall in the hill station is fifty cm.
Places of interests of Biligiri Hills:
The Biligiri Rangaswamy Temple (BRT) Wildlife Sanctuary The Biligirirangaswamy Temple
The Biligiri Rangaswamy Temple (BRT) Wildlife Sanctuary derives its name from the Biligiri Rangaswamy Temple, located atop a hill, of primitive origin. Venkatesha, better known as Ranganatha is the principal deity.
Kanchikote is another place that deserves mentioning. These are remnants of an ancient fort constructed by `Gangaraja of Shivanasamudra`. In the areas close by, one finds ample scope of excursion. Mysore, the City of Palaces, is an ideal locale where tourists from Biligiri Hills can visit every now and then. Amba vilas, Jaganmohana palace, Lokaranjan Mahal and Crawford hill are some of the magnificent palaces which should not be missed.
Himavad Gopalaswamy Hills -Himavad Gopalaswamy Hills in the district of Mysore is another place that is popularly visited by the Biligiri Hills` tourers. Lying in the lushly tracts of Western Ghats, it is a real tourist paradise. It is also a famous hill resort. People enjoy trekking here. The Gopalaswamy Temple lies at the hilltop and is a special attraction among tourists. This place of worship is dedicated to Lord Hoysala.
How to reach Biligiri Hills
By air -
Availing airways for Biligiri Hills is ideal for a person who is in a hurry. Closest airport is in Bangalore, almost 254 km away. One has to reach there via Mysore.
By Railway People also get facilities of railway in order to reach Biligiri Hills. Mysore, lying almost ninety km away, is the nearest railway station. One can board trains to go to various places of the Karnataka state.
By Road -
Biligiri Hills also is connected to other places of India via roadways. Bangalore stretches up to a distance of nearly 254 km. Mysore is only ninety km from Biligiri Hills.
Accommodation in Biligiri HillsFor making the stay in Biligiri Hills really exhilarating, tourists are being provided with high-class accommodation. Tents and huts also have been built here, a fantastic strategy to pull in the crowd. There is also a huge bungalow, which facilitates accommodation of approximately fifteen tourists at a time. Interestingly the bungalow was a part of the property of the Maharaja of Mysore. BR Hills K Gudi is an example of a wildlife resort situated here