This place implies greenery and winding trails, tweeting of birds and calls of the wild creatures are harmony to the ears, when the excellence and appeal of Bandipur National Park assent you awestruck, it implies you have a best and memorable day of your holiday.
The well-known tiger reserve and bird sanctuary is pure heaven for nature lovers and bird watchers. The number of enthusiastic nature lovers congregates to Bandipur National Park has made it one of the perfect spots to visit in Karnataka for multi day-picnic. Once it was a private hunting ground for Maharajas of Mysore. Bandipur connects two states as well: Tamil Nadu and Kerala, and here these places called Mudumalai and Wayanad individually. Together, they combine the largest reserved forest of Southern India. This national park is an environment to rich with plants and animals like wild elephants, panthers, wild boars, jackals, gaurs, many species of deer, etc…
Attractions: Minibus Safari, Jeep Safari, Elephant Rides, Gopalaswamy Betta, Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary, Nature Walk, Biligiri Rangaswamy Temple, Anjaneyar Temple, and Biligirirangan Hill
Nearby places: Mysore, Somnathpur, Somnathpur, Shivanasamudra Falls
Best Time to visit: September to March
Peak Season: April to May & September to January
How to Reach
- By Air: The nearest airport is Bangalore, which is at a distance of 261 km. Here all the domestic and international flights are available.
- By Rail: Mysore railway station is nearest which is 75 km away.
- By Road: Tourists can use convenient and reasonable KSRTC buses to reach Bandipur from Bangalore and Mysore, also the cab and taxi services also available from these cities are also available.