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Bandipur National Park, Karnataka

One part of Wynad, in addition to the Nagarhole Nationwide Park, this Tiger Reserve runs in continuum to the Mudumalai Sanctuary in Tamil Nadu and the Wynad Reserve in Kerala. Stretching across an location of 874.20 sq km, Bandipur has open up grassy woodlands towards the south with the Kabini River. The dense deciduous forests attain as substantial as 30m and so are home to valuable hardwood trees like teak, sandal and rosewood. It lies inside the shadow in the Western Ghats and it is called 1 of the best habitats from the Asian Elephants and Gaurs. It was established in 1931 with the Mysore rulers at the foothills of the Nilgiris and show a rare spectacle of harmonious existence of flora and fauna. Many of the species that one can see here are Peafowls, Patridges, Quails, Hornbills, Large Squirrels, Dholes (Wild Dogs), Elephants and Sambars (Barking Deers).

An elephant safari in the forest here is really a delightful encounter. Situated within Chamarajanagar district, it really is the southernmost with the nine reserves specially set up beneath Project Tiger. As the lifestyle blossoms following the pre-monsoon showers in April, Bandipur blooms into a nature lover's delight using the breeding activities and melodious calls of our avian friends, even though in summers, the large mammals wandering typically towards the backwaters from the Kabini Reservoir generate a exclusive attribute that's maybe the one 1 of its kind in Asia. Therefore, the best period to go to the Bandipur Nationwide Park is from April to October.