Bandipur Wildlife Sanctary
Bandipur National Park was declared
the first tiger reserve in India in 1973. It was also
included as one of the nine reserves of Project Tiger
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It is one of the best sanctuaries in India and is
located in the Chamarajanagar District of Karnataka. And part of Mudumalai National park ,Wynad Wildlife
sanctuary and the Nagerhole National Park.
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location of Bandipur National Park Karnataka adds more to the charm of the place as the Deccan Plateau
rises up to meet the series of steps of Western Ghats
The altitude of the place varies from 680m-1454m Bandipur
National Park is blessed with moderate climate ,temperature
ranges from 10 degrees to 35 degrees Celsius. It abounds
in wide variety of flora and fauna.
The vegetation, which can be found here, are
Scrub vegetation with stunted trees , shrubs
and grassy coverings.
Open Dry Deciduous
Tropical Mixed Deciduous
Pre monsoon showers infuse the Bandipur National Park Karnataka with new vigor.
The birds breeding season
starts and the whole atmosphere are filled with sweet
chirping of these birds. The meadows are covered with
lush green covers and elephants and gaurs come in large
number in this time.
You get to see wild animals in
their natural surroundings at Bandipur Wildlife Sanctary . Even in summer you will see large
number of animals coming in groups at the Kabini
Reservoir , which is located at the northwestern
part of the sanctuary.
The spectacle produced is really
awesome and most unique in the whole of Asia.
The wildlife which you can get to see at Bandipur National Park Karnataka are
Pack of Hyenas to be seen on the eastern
edge of the park
Tigers are difficult to be spotted because
of dense vegetation , also in the daytime there movement
Leopards can be seen in Karapura area
Elephants are most frequently visible,
mostly in cooler months but in dry season they can be
seen near the banks of Kabini
Chital herds come down in the evening time
Wild boars more frequent in the wet areas
Wild dogs , if you are strong hearted then
watch how they catch and devour their prey.
Marsh Crocodiles and Otters
Four Horned Antelopes
Not only this you can climb to Gopalswamy Betta, the
highest point in the park to see the panoramic view
all around and also Rolling Rocks offer you a scenery
of Moyar Gorge.
You can get here at Bandipur National
Park from Gundelpet, the nearest town (20km)
The nearest Railway Station is at Nanjungud (55km) The
nearest airport is at Mysore (80km)
South India Tour Travel arranges excursions to Bandipur National Park.