Located around 245 km from Bangalore, Kabini is primarily known for its handful of luxury resorts around the Kabini River and Nagarhole National Park in the vicinity.
Kabini Forest in Karnataka is spread over 55 acres and is a vital part of the Nagarhole National Park or Rajiv Gandhi Tiger Reserve. Once upon a time, the Kabini Wildlife Sanctuary used to be the hunting grounds for the kings of Mysore, but at present, it is open for tourism. The place is known for its serene lakes, valleys, and streams. The Kabini Forest Reserve is quite popular among most wildlife enthusiasts and adventure seekers. Given its accessibility, lush landscape, lakes, and sightings of elephants and tigers, it is visited by a number of tourists every year.
One of the notable temptations and the most pleasing ways to take a look around the Kabini wildlife sanctuary, which covers a vast patch of the grove is via Jungle Safari. Habitation of Indian Bison in Kabini exhilarates plenty. Nagarhole is mustered with over 250 varieties of birds like the Eagles, Serpent Eagles, Falcons, Fishing Eagles, Storks, Egrets, Ducks, Kites, Osprey, Indian Vultures or the Red Headed Vulture!! The forest is is mustered with elephants, sloth bears, tigers, leopards, deer, wild boars and if you're a lover of Jungle Book then you might be thrilled to know you can catch sight of Bagheera or the Black Panther.
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