A vast expanse of lush greenery and a haven of diverse wildlife, the Wildlife destinations in Karnataka have a lot to offer. Thus, visit to this part of India is a must for avid nature lovers, photographers or for those who just want an unforgettable family!
Located 220 km away from Bangalore Bandipur National Park is just a 4 hour ride from the capital, making it a perfect holiday spot for people in the capital. The ride will be worth the effort because a long drive is never a bad idea and the destination has elephant safaris, boating and remarkable sightseeing in store!
Ever seen barking deer, sloth bears or Civet Cats? Or ever experienced ‘natural jacuzzi’ and rode a coracle boat? You can do it all in the Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary.It is well connected via road from Mumbai, Goa or Bangaluru.
If you are one those who see magic in waterfalls and valleys, woods and wildlife then Nagarhole National Park is nature-made for you. A bus ride from Mysore (80 km) or Bangalore (220 km) is all that’s needed.
If a place can be called a multi-purpose tourist destination, it is Bannerghatta National Park. It boasts of a lion and tiger Safari, a pet corner and a zoo for kids, a butterfly enclosure and an aquarium for visual delight .Merely 22km from the Bangalore city it should find a ready place in your next Weekend visit !
220km from the Bangaluru airport station and 40km from the Chamarajanagar railway station is a confluence of Western and Eastern Ghats called the BRT Hills. Apart from housing 800 species of flora, it has over 200 birds and is an ideal place for trekking, rafting, fishing and coracle boating.