Bannerghatta National Park

The Bannerghatta National Park, 22 kilometers from Bangalore, serves as a sanctuary for many plants and animals. This national park, which spans a sizable area of 104.27 sq. km, was created in 1971. The park is home to several establishments, including the first butterfly park in the nation.


Explore the variety of animal life:

Every visitor to the Bannerghatta National Park can experience the wild in one of the park's many distinct sections.

These include, among others:

1. Elephant Sanctuary: The park has an area designated for elephants, a fenced enclosure where they are free to roam.

It covers 122 acres and was created by Carol Buckley, an expert on elephants. You can safely interact with these kinds of giants without endangering them.

2. Zoo: The zoo features a variety of exhibits that highlight the park's wildlife. There is also a small theatre and a reptile park here.

3. Butterfly Park: On November 25, 2006, Union Minister Kapil Sibal opened this location as India's first butterfly enclosure.

The park has a museum, conservatory, and audiovisual room and is 7.5 acres in size. About twenty butterflies can be housed in the greenhouse, which has a synthetic ecosystem ideal for their growth.

Go on a lovely journey on the Safari where you can see both herbivores and big cats:

The small, clearly defined animal zones in Bannerghatta National Park are its best feature because they practically guarantee that you will see the animals. The Jungle Safari, where you can see the animals in the natural habitat, is one of the most well-liked activities in this location. The Tiger and Lion Safari is approximately 11 km, while the Grand Safari is 8 km long one way (to and fro). Additionally, you can select a Zoo only, Zoo & Lion-Tiger Safari, or Zoo & Grand Safari.

Work up an appetite after a lengthy day of advent:

Some of the restaurants in the area are Garma Garam, Nagarjuna, Chung Wah, Simply Indian, Seasons, and Chavadi. Other than that, the park grounds also house several restaurants.

Consider capturing moments of nature at its best:

The Bannerghatta National Park is sure to delight nature enthusiasts and photographers. Elephants, leopards, jackals, foxes, wild boars, sloth bears, India gazelles, spotted deer, porcupines, Asiatic lions, Royal Bengal Tigers, monitor lizards, and cobras are among the diverse species of wildlife that can be found in this area.

Rediscover the botanist within you:

Examine and discover more about sandalwood, neem, tamarind, bamboo, eucalyptus, and many other trees that find a place here.

Explore the neighborhood:

Ten Reserve Forests of the Anekal Range of the Bangalore Forest Division, aquarium, children's park, crocodile farm, snake park, and a park for prehistoric animals are also nearby attractions.

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Address of Bannerghatta National Park

Bannerghatta Main Road, Bannerughatta, Bangalore, India

Opening & Closing time of Bannerghatta National Park

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