Nagarahole Tiger Reserve

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Nagarahole Tiger Reserve

Nagarahole Tiger Reserve, also known as Rajiv Gandhi National Park, is one of the most popular national parks in India. Located in the state of Karnataka, Nagarhole National Park is home to a variety of wildlife including tigers, elephants, leopards, and deer. The park covers an area of 643 square kilometers and was established in 1955. Nagarhole National Park is a popular destination for both Indian and foreign tourists who come to experience the park’s beautiful scenery and diverse wildlife. Some of the most popular places to visit in Nagarhole National Park are the Kukkarahalli Lake, the natural riverine lake; and the Chimmony Dam, a dam built across the Kabini River.

Nagarahole Tiger Reserve is a 640 square kilometres wildlife sanctuary located between the Mysuru plateau in Karnataka and the Nilgiri Mountains in Tamil Nadu. The sanctuary is home to the world’s biggest herd of Asiatic elephants as well as several types of birds, flora, and wildlife such as giant carnivores, reptiles, gaurs, deer, bears, and lesser animals.

Wildlife: Because of an important Karnataka Tiger Reserve, Nagarahole Tiger Reserve is a must-see national park for wildlife lovers and photographers, as the forest safari gives a very high chance of seeing Bengal Tigers and Asiatic Elephants in their native environment. Nagarahole Tiger Reserve also has a high population of Wild Dogs, Leopards, and Bears. Wild Gaurs, Wild Boars, Sambar Deer, Antelope, Spotted Deers, and various bird species are commonly seen herbivores. Nagarahole Tiger Reserve also boasts a diverse assortment of Teak and Rosewood trees.

Nagarahole Forest Safari: The Forest Department conducts wildlife safaris twice daily, from 6 AM to 8 AM and 3 PM to 5 PM, from two distinct places – Nanchhi Gate (Kutta) and Veeranahosalli Gate. Slots are usually limited, therefore scheduling ahead of time is advised. For more information about Nagarahole Forest Safari, please visit the official page at for tariffs and contact details.

People also ask

Why is Nagarahole Tiger Reserve is famous for?

The sanctuary is home to Bengal Tigers, Leopards, and the world’s biggest herd of Asiatic elephants.

Is Nagarhole and Kabini same?

In a nutshell, yeah. Kabini is a part of the Nagarahole Tiger Reserve and National Park to the south. This part of the park is known as Kabini because of the Kapila river, also known as the Kabini river, and the famous Kabini dam.

Which river flows through Nagarhole tiger Reserve?

The Nagarahole River flows through the park, joining the Kabini River, which also serves as a dividing line between Nagarahole and Bandipur National Park.

Is 2 Wheeler allowed in Nagarhole?

There is a diversion right besides the Kutta bus stop, from which there is a forest checkpoint approximately 5 kilometres ahead, beyond which two-wheelers are not permitted.

How many tigers are in Nagarhole?

125 Adult tigers

Nagarahole Tiger Reserve is Karnataka’s most heavily inhabited tiger reserve. More than 125 adult tigers wander the 644 sq km protected region, which equates to 11.82 tigers per 100 sq km.

What is the cost of safari in Nagarhole?

How much does a safari in Nagarhole cost?
The entrance cost for Nagarahole, as well as safaris from Antharsanthe, Nanchi Gate, and Antharsanthe (Kabini backwaters), has been revised from Rs 250 to Rs 300 for Indians, with children under the age of 12 and students paying Rs 150. For foreigners, the tariff has been reduced from $1,500 to $500.

What is the best time to visit Nagarhole national park?

The Nagarhole National Park is available to the public all year, but the ideal time to visit is between April and May, when the waterholes are dry and the animals come out to visit the lake. Nonetheless, the weather is more pleasant from November to February.

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