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Mixed deciduous forest passing through Nilgiri Biosphere, home to abundant wildlife.

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Bandipur is Located in Karnataka, and The Bandipur national park is part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, making it a hub for biodiversity.

Bandipur National Park, once a hunting ground for the Maharajas of Mysore, transformed into a wildlife sanctuary in 1974. Today, it's a part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, celebrated for its conservation efforts, especially in safeguarding endangered species.

The park is famous for its population of Asiatic Elephants, making it an ideal destination for their sightings. Apart from Elephants, Bandipur is home to a variety of wildlife, including Leopards, Tigers, Wild Dogs, Stripe-necked Mongoose, Indian Gaur and more.

Bandipur is also a home for 200+ bird species, including the vibrant Malabar Trogon and the critically endangered White-rumped Vulture.

The park's beautiful landscapes, dense forests, and diverse wildlife offer endless opportunities for nature enthusiasts and photographers to explore and photograph the beauty of the natural world.

Ready to Explore Banipur’s diverse wildlife? Book your tour with us today!

How is it?

Set in the thick of the critical Nilgiri Biosphere, Bandipur is one of India’s first and finest Project-Tiger reserves, and also southern India’s most famous. Its priceless tiger and leopard habitat is home to three rivers and represents in part the best remaining haunt of the endangered Asiatic elephant, Indian wild dog and a plethora of life in all its sublimely understated forms and colours.

Rich in bamboo, teak, sandalwood and flame of the forest, the hallowed alleyways of the Bandipur jungle exude whimsical enchantment from every wild nook and cranny. And it’s all there to see.

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