Once the private hunting grounds of the maharaja, Bandipur is unapologetically wild terrain. Elephants roam in large herds, deer stare at you brazenly and peafowl flit in and out as they deem fit. Nestled at the foothills of the Nilgiris, Bandipur has had a long tryst with tigers. One of the thirty reserves identified across the country to save the tiger and its habitat, it’s also one of the last refuges of the endangered Asiatic wild elephant. The Bandipur Safari Lodge is your way of being a part of this ecological haven.
The Bandipur Safari Lodge is built in contemporary architectural style with all the creature comforts. There are no television sets and air conditioning, though, as it’s not really in line with the code of the ‘being one with nature’ experience. With well-appointed rooms, this jungle lodge can accommodate up to 60 persons at a time.
Season Though Bandipur is around-the-year tourist destination, summers are the best time for wildlife sightings. March to May being the dry season, the animals come out of hiding and can be spotted by the watering holes. But for bird-watchers, the winter months are a better bet, for November to January, many migratory birds from the North, especially the Himalayas come down south to roost.
Activities : Wildlife Safari Bird Watching Nature Walk
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NH 67, Angala Post, Gundlupet Taluk,Chamarajanagar District, Mel Kamanahalli, ,Karnataka 571111 Hotel Type:
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