Holiday places near Bangalore for wildlife lovers

Bangalore has quite a few options when it comes to wildlife camping.  Nevertheless, these are some exciting places to explore the nature lover in you.

Bannerghatta National Park – One of the nearest wildlife destinations which is about 28 kilometers from the heart of the city, Bangalore. The best part about this National park is the wildlife safari. You can spot Tigers and Lion during the safari ride, while there are many other animals, birds and reptilia to explore. Also, there are comfortable cottages to stop by and rest.

Image Credit: Wikipedia

Image Credit: Wikipedia

Nagarhole National Park – Also called as the Rajiv Gandhi National Park is located in Kodagu district and the Mysore district in Karnataka. Famous for the Tiger reserve project with the thick dense forests, waterfalls and hills is absolutely mesmerizing. While other wild inhabitants are the Elephants, Indian Bisons and this arena is filled with other ecology of flora and fauna. Similar to Nagarhole is the Bandipur National Park, situated near Mysore which is just 4-5 hours from Bangalore.

Image Credit: Wikipedia

Image Credit: Wikipedia

Dubare – Located about 240 kilometers from Bangalore is a place called Coorg. There are a family of elephants and also activities like water sports like river rafting and boating. These elephant camps are fun and enticing as you can even catch up on a ride on them!

Image Credit: Wikipedia

Image Credit: Wikipedia

These are the wildest of the wildlife adventure one can experience, come and explore the wild part of Bangalore and Karnataka. These tourist places near Bangalore are to be visited at least once in a life time. What are you waiting for, make your bookings now!


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