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WELCOME TO KABINI WILDLIFE SANCTUARY
Spread across 55 acres of mesmerizing green zone, Kabini Wildlife Sanctuary is essentially a part of
Nagarhole National Park in the state of Karnataka. Earlier, the forest was hunting zone for the royal
family of Mysore but nowadays it is a wildlife lover’s paradise. Kabini is famous for being shelter to
endangered black Panthers and Asian Elephants. Along with the variety of flora, the topographical
variation of Kabini allures the naturalists. The dense forest is comprised of steep valleys, lakes and
streams. As a result, jungle safari in Kabini attracts several wildlife and nature lovers.
The lush acres of greenery are mostly composed of moist deciduous forests. The rich flora in Kabini
mainly comprises deciduous trees, which includes abundance of Teak and Eucalyptus.
Along with prime existence of rare black Panther and huge Asiatic Lions the other inmates of this
jungle area Leopard, Sambhar, Spotted Deer, Cheetal, Panther along with 250 species of birds. To
experience the magical wilderness one can also make an online jungle safari booking for Kabini.
Best Time to Visit
The climate in Kabini is mostly warm and humid. The summer season is from March to June. It is
quite hot during summers and the mercury rises to 35 degrees Celsius.
The winters are for the month of December till March, and the temperature falls to a comfortable 13
For summer and winter season Kabini Jungle Safari generally on demand.
The monsoon starts from July to September and the region receives heavy rainfall. During this time
tourists are generally advised not to plan jungle safari in Kabini Wildlife Sanctuary.
How to reach
Kabini Wildlife Sanctuary is easily accessible from different parts of the country by rail, air and road.
By Road- Kabini Wildlife Sanctuary is located about 220 Km away from Bangalore. Regular buses are
available from different points for Kabini. It is about 80 kilometers along the Mysore-Mananthavadi
By Air- The nearest airport of Kabini Wildlife Sanctuary is Kempegowda International Airport at
Bangalore. One can hire commute via cab or bus from Bangalore to reach Kabini.
By Rail- The nearest railway station to Kabini is Bangalore and Mysore.
Nature’s Sprouts brings an opportunity to explore the majestic wilderness at Kabini Wildlife
Sanctuary. We offer best accommodation and jungle safari booking for Kabini Wildlife Sanctuary.
Our hotels and resorts in Kabini are equipped with all sorts of modern facilities. We ensure that our
guests enjoy to the fullest and with us they can create the best vacation memory of their life. The
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