Meet Locals and Find Travel Companions
Planning a trip? Send an Inquiry
Do you know about this place?Ambassadors Make me one
Kabini is just about 80 km from Mysore and one of the most popular wildlife destinations within Karnataka. It is easily accessible and comprises of lush green forests surrounding a huge picturesque lake. Home to large herds of elephants this forest reserve is spread over 55 acres of land containing steep valleys and large water bodies. Situated on the banks of River Kabini this reserve has the single largest congregation of Asiatic elephants crossing the 6000 mark. Langurs, chital, sambar, bison, sloth bears, python, crocodiles, tiger and leopards also dwell here along with 250 species of bird life.
- The Kabini, also called Kabani and Kapila, is a river of southern India. It originates in Wayanad…
- Kakanakote is situated at a distance of 73 km from Mysore in Karnataka state, India. It is a…
- Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary is the second largest wildlife sanctuary in Kerala. It is bestowed with…