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Rs. 300 per person

Best time to visit

October - May

Recommended stay

1 to 30 days

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About Kabini

Kabini is situated on the banks of river Kabini and was once used by the British viceroys and Maharaja of Mysore as a hunting lodge. It is touted as one of thebest wild life sanctuaries in Karnataka. It exhibits an excellent wild life and bird life. It is endowed with an exquisite landscape and natural scenic beauty. It has rich diversity of wild life and one can view a large herd of elephants or wild animals. Kabini forests are a combination of tropical, moist anddeciduous types. It has a wide array of flora and fauna and attracts nature lovers from far and wide. The distinctive features of Kabini Wild life includethick dense forests, wild animals, wide variety of birds and a whole herd of elephants. Apart from elephants, one can see leopard, jackal, tiger, beer,  sambhar deer, sloth bear, langur, pythons and crocodiles. The reserve is home to 250 species of bird life. The dam at Kabini Wild life Sanctuary across theriver is an astounding attraction. The Kabini Dam forms a huge lake here called the Mastigudi Lake, after the village that was submerged by it.  This dam separates the Nagarahole Nature Reserve from the Bandipur reserve.
It is an ideal recluse for nature lovers and adventure seekers. Kabini forests are extremely enticing courtesy the exquisite waterfalls, ripple filled waters, and an idyllic background of lush green pastures. it is one of the most suitable destinations for leaving behind the stress and strain of normal routine life.

Nearest railway station is at Mysore which is 80 km away from Kabini and Mysore is connected to other parts of the country through Bangalore. Bangalore is the nearest airport which is 208 km from Kabini. Kabini is well connected by KSRTC buses to various nearby cities including Bangalore.

One can take a boat cruise down the Kabini river. One can view the enervating landscapes and fascinating beauty of the forests while riding on the boat. One can view a wide array of wild life species including leopard and elephant. Kabini offers an amazing view of a rich variety of plant life. Ippu Falls are part of Kabini Region and is a splendid waterfall which is 60m high. The river Laxman Tirtha flows nearby and joins the Cauvery Riverat a later stage. There is a famous Shiva temple on the banks of Laxman Tirtha River.
Brahmagiri Wild Life Sanctuary is also a part of Kabini Region and is highly famous for coffee plantations and paddy fields. The name is derived fromBrahmagiri Peak which is the highest point at a height of 1607m from sea level. It is an ideal place for nature lovers and adventure seekers.
Elephant safari helps the visitors to travel through thick dense forests which even a jeep cannot venture into. Any tourist can experience the delightof sitting onan elephant in this region. Elephant safari is offered in Sunkadakattee. Here one can enjoy the thrill of moving around the thick forests on tamed elephants.
Eco friendly tourists and environmentalists enjoy going on a safari ride to the thick dense forests for its rich topography and a wide variety of animal and plant life species. Jungle safari is meant to experience the aesthetic beauty of rich wild life from a closer view. Nature walks are a good option to hang out in the wild forests forpeace and tranquility. Kabini is adorned with lush green vegetation. The climate is not harsh so jungle safari is a suitable option to catch a glimpse of the various facetsof wild life and plant life.
Nagarhole National Park is a part of Kabini Region and is one of India's best known wild reserves. This place attracts tourists from every nook and corner of theworld owing to its rich diversity of flora and fauna. It comprises of fascinating waterfalls, gurgling streams and lush green pastures. Some of the animals in this Reserve include jackals, sloth beer, spotted deer, flying elephants, flying fox, panther, sambhar, wild boar and pangolin. Reptiles can also be viewed in this park such as crocodiles, cobras, kraits, pythons, lizards and vipers. Bird watching in this area is spectacular. This park is truly a haven for nature lovers and adventure seekers.