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Bandipur National Park
(Bandipur National Park is also known as Bandipur)
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Situated in the Nilgiris, Bandipur is flanked by the Kabini, Moyar and Nugu Rivers which drain the area. Besides the rivers, there are many seasonal streams flowing through the region. This place is under Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve and is also the first Biosphere Reserve of the country.
Bandipur was the chosen site for Project Tiger. This is an initiative taken by the Government of India to protect the endangered species. The number of tigers has increased ever since. The place is also home to a large number of animals like Elephants, Hornbill, Sambar, Wild Dog, Giant Squirrel, Deer, and Partridges. There are also a few endangered species including Four Horned Antelope, Panther, Sloth Bear, Python, Mouse Deer, Pea Fowl and many more. Besides animals tourists can see some exotic trees including Bamboo, Sandalwood, Teak, Honne and Mathi.
Two wildlife sanctuaries are also attached to this place: the Waynad Sanctuary and the Mudumalai Sanctuary. This place mostly has an open forest area which makes it easy for the tourists to see animals.
There is no human settlement inside the Reserve but there are almost 200 villages around the area. This place makes for an excellent tourist spot and is a must-visit for those want to soak in the beauty of nature. Ooty is very close to Bandipur and tourists should enjoy Ooty tour.
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by Afia Ahmad on Feb 01, 2011
Karnataka is one of the most popular tourist destination in India. Be it heritage, culture, monuments, wildlife ro natural attractions, Karnataka is replete with all! by Akshay Balraj on Apr 23, 2010
Get surrounded by greenery and wilderness in Bandipur! Enjoy cottage stay in the forests here.
Travel within city
You can opt for gypsy rides that are provided by the resorts that are located around the Bandipur National Park, as this can help you reach your preferred locations faster. These resorts normally have some sort of a tie up with the national park officials, so these vehicles will normally be permitted.
Bus safaris are organized by forest officials in the Bandipur National Park and this can be a great option for you, as you can see all the important regions in an organized manner. These safaris will extend for around forty five minutes and you will be taken through the park in a bus. Indians will need to pay around ninety five rupees (Rs 95) in order to go on this safari trip in a bus. Foreigners and other nationals will have to pay an extra amount.
You can also opt for a safari through the Bandipur National Park in an open top jeep. This can be an exciting way to visit the popular sections of the national park, and this mode of travel is a bit more costly, ranging around Rs 2200.
Elephant rides are available for kids and adults, and this will cost you around Rs 120. This does not cover many portions of the park, though.
You can find 13 hotels in Bandipur National Park under following categories:
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