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Being a national park, presents plenty of sightseeing opportunities and natural experiences to tourists. Bandipur becomes a paradise for tourists from the month of April to October. In summer, the backwaters of the Kabini Reservoir offer tourists the perfect opportunity to view large animals like the gaur and the mighty elephant. Herds of elephants can be seen in the region during the rainy season.


Tourists can enjoy a safari tour of the park in well-protected jeeps and buses. Elephant tours conducted in Bandipur are the best and most exciting option to get close to the animals in the park. Visitors can go on safaris twice a day- in the morning and evening. The most commonly spotted animals include antelope, deer, peacock and elephants. Tiger and elephant sightings are uncommon. Group treks led by professionally trained guides are organized by the forest department inside the park.


Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary:

Popularly known as Mudumalai National Park, the Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary was recently declared a tiger reserve. The Mudumalai Sanctuary is located along the banks of the Moyar River by the side of the majestic Nilgiri ranges. The park covers a sprawling geographical area and is situated at an elevation ranging from 467 m to 1,251 m. The park established in 1940 received its name from Mudumalai which means ‘situated on a first hill’. The whole area of the sanctuary has been divided into five distinct ranges. It draws thousands of wildlife enthusiasts and nature lovers for its rich diversity of fauna and flora.

Timings: 07:00 hrs to 09:00 hrs, 15:00 hrs to 18:00 hrs


Gopalaswamy Betta:

One of the most popular tourist attractions in Bandipur, Gopalaswamy Betta (GS Betta) is a hill located close to Gundelpet in Karnataka. This site is famous for the temple which is present right at the top. Enclosed by wooded areas, the Gopalaswamy Betta happens to be the higest peak in Bandipur offering tourists a breathtaking panoramic view of the valley. The main deity of this temple is Lord Venugopala Swamy, an incarnation of Lord Krishna. The temple was built in 1315 in the architectural style of the Chola Dynasty. Various portraits as well as a garbha griha is housed within the temple.

Timings: 08:30 hrs to 16:00 hrs