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Top Attractions


Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary:

Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Kabini. Spread over an area of 181 square Kms, Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary offers a wide variety of flora and fauna including elephants, tigers and spotted deer. Apart from pythons, cobras and king cobras, tourists can also find emerald doves, black bulbuls and Malabar trogons within the sanctuary. Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary is also famous for being a hub f bamboo trees amid the natural grasslands of the sanctuary. The sanctuary attracts a large number of visitors all through the year.  


Nagarhole National Park:

Nagarhole National Park is one of the most natural abundant national parks of India. Located between Mysore and Kodagu, the Nagarhole National Park is spread over an area of 643 square kms. The park is home to a number of wildlife species including leopards, antelopes and the great Indian elephant. Nagarhole National Park is under consideration by the UNESCO World Heritage Committee for selection as a World Heritage Site. The park is also home to more than 250 species of rare birds including vipers and oriental white-backed vulture. With its forest covers, natural waterfalls and streams, Nagarhole National Park attracts tourists from far and wide.       


Rameshwara Temple:

Rameshwara Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva is one of the highly visited religious shrines of Kabini. Located on the banks of the Lakshmana Tirtha River, the temple attracts devotees and pilgrims from far and wide. The temple attracts a host of pilgrims during the festival of Shivaratri every year. Regular worship and prayers are conducted in the temple.


Iruppu Falls:

Iruppu Falls also known as Lakshmana Tirtha Falls is one of the most beautiful tourist attractions in Kabini. Located amid the picturesque Western Ghats, the falls are located at an height of 60 meters making or a wonderful excursion hotspot. A temple devoted to Lord Rama is located near the falls attracting a large number of pilgrims.


Banasura Sagar Dam:

Banasura Sagar Dam located in the Western Ghats near Kabini is a major tourist attraction. The Dam is the largest earthen dam in India and the second largest in Asia. The dam attracts a large number of adventure tourists offering boating expeditions between various small islands. Located on Karamanathodu, a tributary of the Kabini River, the Banasura Sagar Dam attracts a large number of travelers all through the year.



Kutta is a small hamlet located in the South Kodagu region attracting a large number of tourists. Famous for its lovely paddy fields and coffee cultivation, the village offers a perfect holiday getaway from the hustle bustle of busy urban life. Surrounded by beautiful mountains and natural landscape, Kutta offers the best of Kabini region.


Kabini River:

Kabini River also known as Kabani and Kapila is the lifeline of the Kabini region supporting its vast natural surroundings and varied flora and fauna. Kabini River supports the ecosystem of Kabini Forest Reserve that is spread over an area of 55 acres on its banks. The river flows eastward to join the Kaveri River at Tirumakudalu Narasipura in Karnataka before merging with the Bay of Bengal. Kabini River attracts a large number of tourists all though the year.