Bandipur National Park is a noted national park of India. Settled in the midst of quaint surroundings, the park covers an approximate area of 874.2 sq km. Teamed up with Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary in Kerala, Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary in Tamil Nadu, and Nagarhole National Park in the North.
The Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve
This National Park comes up with the biggest biosphere reserve commonly known as the 'Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve'. The park is home to tigers as well as other natural inhabitants including sambhar, gaur (a type of bull), mouse deer, chital, porcupine, malabar squirrel, wild dogs, four-horned antelope, jackal, wild boar, panther, sloth bear, and the black-knapped hare. On your visit, you will also find rare birds like green pigeon and jungle fowl.
Plan a Memorable Safari Tour
Safari timings as well as rates can change without prior notice. Moreover, they also have the authority to cancel the safari in last minute because of less manpower, non-availability of vehicles, torrential rains or adverse weather conditions.
Unwind and relax on your tour to Bandipur National Park. After a tiring day outing, make sure to plan your stay at some of the most comfortable homestays and lodges. Some of the popular choices that you have at your end are The Windflower Bandipur, Dhole’s Den, The Serai Bandipur, and Bandipur Safari Lodge. The accommodation choices have been designed keeping in mind the taste of a discerning traveler. So, whether you are looking for a lavish stay or a budget lodge, you will get everything in Bandipur.