NAGARHOLE NATIONAL PARK
Nagarhole National Park is part of a vast wildlife reserve covering more than 1,500 square kilometres, which also includes Bandipur National Park, Mudumalai & Waynad wildlife sanctuaries. Situated at the junction of the Western Ghats, Nilgiri Hills and Deccan Plateau by the Kabini River, Nagarhole was established in 1955, becoming a national park in 1975. Once the exclusive hunting preserve of the erstwhile rulers of Mysore, the park’s terrain is gently undulating with tall trees, swaying bamboo and grassy expanses, making an ideal habitat for a wide variety of wildlife and birds.
Game drives by Jeep, Boat Safari, Nature Walks etc.
Asiatic Elephants, Tigers, Leopards , India Bison (Gaur), Wild Dogs, Sambar, Spotted Deer, Mongoose, Civet Cat, Hyena. In Reptiles: King Cobra, Krait, Python, Viper, Tortoise, Monitor Lizard, Toads etc. Bird life includes Malabar Trogon, Malabar Pied-Hornbill, Crested Hawk-Eagle and Crested Serpent-Eagle etc.
Red Earth Kabini
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KAAV Safari Lodge
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Evolve Back Kuruba Safari Lodge
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