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National Parks in Karnataka

The popularity of Bangalore is very immense, that many places in the state of Karnataka has gone unnoticed.  There are no second thoughts on the fact that the state of Karnataka has a lot to offer and most of the places are still left unexplored.  Bangalore might be filled with lots of traffic, and IT parks. On the contrary, there are a lot of places in the state of Karnataka which can be really great and are blessed with an abundance of nature. In this article, we will see in detail about the national parks in Karnataka.

Nagarhole National Park

Nagarhole National Park is located in Mysore district. It is filled with rich wildlife and also has a lot when it comes to flora and fauna. If you want to experience nature in the rawest form Nagarhole National Park would be the perfect choice. Some animals that you can see are elephant, jackal, tiger, and a lot of other things. It is said that there are more than two hundred varieties of birds in it. This is an absolute paradise for people who are interested in birds and wildlife photographers.

Bandipur National Park

Bandipur National Park is not just about its natural beauty and its abundance in wildlife.  It also has a lot of historic importance to it. The Bandipur National Park once used to be the hunting ground for Maharaja of Mysore. It was established as a wildlife reserve in 1974. Since then it has become one of the most preferred tourist destinations. To make sure that the animals are not disturbed to vehicle is allowed from 9 PM to 6 AM. So late nights and early morning visits are a strict no. It is also a home to many endangered wildlife species.

Anshi National Park

Anshi National Park is a five hundred kilometer widespread natural reserve. It is actually a part of Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary. It is one of the famous tiger reserves not just in Karnataka but also in the entire country. The tiger reserve is also referred to as the Kali Tiger Reserve. The diversity that this place shows in terms of animals and plants is really mesmerizing. It is not a surprise that Anashi national is one of the favorites for all animal and nature lovers. It would not be an understatement to say that the richness of nature is in abundance in this place.

Bannerghatta National Park

Bannerghatta National Park is one of the most famous national parks in the entire country. It is in Bangalore and there are good possibilities that most you might have visited this place. The total area of Bannerghatta National Park exceeds over a hundred square kilometers. In 1971 this national park was established and today is one of the most preferred national parks in the whole country.  There are a lot of other establishments within the boundary. Some of them include a butterfly sanctuary, snake park, crocodile park and a lot of others.

Kudremukh National Park

Kudremukh National Park is known for its serene beauty.  The national park is one of a kind and it was established in the year 1987. It is one of the smallest national parks in the state of Karnataka. This natural beauty is blessed with a plethora of wildlife and a wide range of plants. If you are a person who loves trekking Bannerghatta National Park is something that you will definitely enjoy. It is one of the biggest national parks in the western ghats. The best part is the tropical evergreen forests that would make anyone fall in love with it.

Dubare Elephant Camp

Dubare Elephant Camp is an enchanted land that would be an absolute treat to everyone who is stepping foot here. The activities of elephants shows how close they can be with humans. It is something that will mesmerize you. Your visit to Dubare Elephant Camp would be nothing less than an adventure. The best part about the place is that it is an unaltered beauty which has never suffered much of human intervention.  Make sure that you drop in at the elephant training camp. All of these are actually a part of Nagarhole National Park. 

Kabini Wildlife Sanctuary

The Kabini Wildlife Sanctuary is will definitely render a blissful experience. It was once the private hunting ground for the British. One-stop is all that is required in the Kabini Wildlife Sanctuary to explore the wide range of flora and fauna. The diversity of wild species is something that will leave you surprised. The total area of the sanctuary is about a hundred  and fifty square kilometers. The place also hosts a wide range of wildlife from the smallest birds to deadly carnivorous. Make sure that you explore as much as possible.

Nagarhole National Park

The Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary is a perfect getaway from people who are living in concrete jungles. The highest peak in the Brahmagiri Wildlife sanctuary which is almost 1600 meters from the ground. The sanctuary alone covers nearly a hundred and eighty square kilometers. The entire park is filled with evergreen and semi-evergreen forests. There are a lot of bamboos. We can assure you that the experience that you are having will be one of a kind and it will be something that you cherish for the rest of your life.

Dandeli National Park

The Dandeli National Park is the second-largest wildlife sanctuary in Karnataka. It covers an area of eight hundred thirty square feet. Comparing it to most of the other sanctuaries it is a bit old. It was established in the year 1956. It is a home for many flora and fauna. Make sure that you click a few pictures which will be a great addition to your social media handles. 

Author Since: Aug 03, 2018

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