Bannerghatta National Park is a national park in Bangalore, Karnataka. It was established in 1970 and designated as a national park in 1974. The Bannerghatta Biological Park, a minor section of the park, was established in 2002.
Bannerghatta Biological Park is a unique ecologically significant territory located on the northern terminus of Mysuru Elephant Reserve. The Park plays an important role in the protection of rich floral and faunal variety, carbon sequestration, and regional hydrology.
People also ask
How much is the ticket for Banerghatta National Park?
- Jeep safari is 3500 INR (which is inclusive of the cost for zoo+safari+butterfly park+camera)
- AC bus safari costs 500 INR for adults and 300 INR for children, while Non-AC bus safari costs 280 INR and 140 INR for children (inclusive of zoo and safari).
- The park is open from 9:30 am-5 pm. The safari timings are between 10 am-4:30 pm. Boating costs 60 INR per person which goes for about 30 minutes along the regular safari timings mentioned itself. The camera still costs 25 INR and the video costs 200 INR.
What is the best time to visit Bannerghatta National Park?
Although it is open all year, the ideal months to explore Bannerghatta National Park are October through June. The temperature is chilly and ideal for viewing the wilderness in full bloom at this time of year.
How many tigers are there in Bannerghatta National Park?
There are currently 33 tigers, including 7 white tigers that may be seen on the Tiger Safari.
Which animals are found in Bannerghatta National Park?
Indian leopard, Indian elephants, gaur, jackal, Fox, Sloth bear, Indian gazelle, spotted deer.
Bannerghatta National Park Timings
Tuesday is a holiday at Bannerghatta National Park