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Part of the lushly-forested Deccan Plateau, Bandipur, in Karnataka, offers a rich and varied wildlife habitat. Covered with a mix of deciduous forests, evergreen forests and scrub, and well irrigated by the Moyar River , Bandipur has a fairly open forest floor, making it easy for visitors to spot wildlife. Moderate climate and abundant wildlife makes Bandipur an exotic paradise for wildlife lovers. Beautifully surrounded by hilly forests and plenty of waterholes, this wild life park provides you a magnificent place to holiday in.

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Bandipur Tourist Attractions
Bandipur National Park

The Bandipur National Park is one of the most fascinating wild - life centre. Established in 1931 by the Mysore Maharajhas, this park is nestled in the foothills of the Nilgiris. As you penetrate deep into the forests through the well laid - out roads, you can almost hear the mute conversations between the animals and the trees.

Tiger Reservoirs

Apart from being home to the Asiatic elephant, Bandipur also has a sizable number of tigers. According to a census conducted in 1993, there are 66 tigers. The park is one of the 15 sanctuaries selected across India for Project Tiger. The project is designed to save the tiger and its natural habitat from potential dangers.

Pleasant Scenery

This forest reserve also has pleasant scenery to offer. Gopalaswamy Betta, near the park forest office base, provides a view of Mysore plateau and its adjoining hills from an elevated ridge, while the "Rolling Rocks," to the south of the forest, offer panoramic views of the weather-beaten 260-meter-deep "Mysore Ditch" and the entire Moyar gorge.

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