Bandipur National Park

Located Between The Deccan Plateau and The Western Ghats

Safari Zones

Park Area 912 sq km


Safari Zones Zone Name Description
East Zone The East zone of the Bandipur safari is the best place for birdwatching and spotting carnivorous animals. The dry deciduous and moist deciduous trees of the region make the environment mesmerizing.
Central Zone While on Bandipur Safari, you will come across the beautiful and astonishing Nugu River in the central region of Bandipur National Park, where you can spot animals resting in the river and quenching their thirst. The Himavad Gopalaswamy Betta is the highest summit located in this park. Mostly this park is famous for trekkers and pilgrims. The Hindu Temple and Sandalwood trees are the major attraction of this zone. Due to plenty of water holes, Elephant sighting is common in this region.
North West Zone While moving towards the North West Zone, you will find the primary water source of the Bandipur safari park, i.e., the Kabini River, where tourists can enjoy boating and sighting varied wildlife during the summer season. The dry deciduous forest and tropical forests have dominated this area. The place looks more beautiful and enchanting during the monsoon.
South Zone The river that runs through this area is the Moyar river. The south region is known for spotting squirrels, jungle cats, elephants, bison, and other wildlife.
North Zone Kabini river, along with 2 streams, runs through this region and is hence more famous for adventurous activities like boating in backwaters. Bird watching and fishing are regular in the summer season when rivers get dried up.


*Information Last Modified On: 26-Jul-2021

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