Shimoga Lion and Tiger Safari

About Tyavarekoppa, Shimoga Lion and Tiger Safari is a natural park with 620 acres and is home to a number of different animals. You will get to see animals like leopard, tiger, lion, deer, sloth bear, crocodile, and Indian jackal here. Different bird species are also displayed here. This is one of the few open […]

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Daroji Sloth Bear Sanctuary – Hampi

About This is Asia’s first Daroji Sloth Bear Sanctuary. The sanctuary was created exclusively for the preservation of the sloth bear. It is about 50 km from Ballari and about 15 km from the World Heritage Site Hampi. The area between Daroji in Sandur taluka and Ramasagar of Hospet Taluk is host to numerous sloth […]

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Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens – Mysore

About  Mysore Zoo was created from the private menagerie of Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens in 1892, on 10 acres of the summer palace. Over the next 10 years the zoo was expanded to 45 acres with spacious enclosures that are still in use. The Zoo’s original founder, Sri Chamarajendra Wodeyar Originally called the Palace Zoo, […]

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Sakrebyle Elephant Camp Shimoga

About Sakrebyle Elephant Camp Shimoga is to explore the lifestyles of elephants residing in the Sakrebyle Elephant Camp Shimoga. The Sakrebyle Elephant Camp Shimoga houses about 25 elephants including both trained and untrained. One can go for a ride or can bathe the elephants, feed the Sakrebyle Elephant Camp Shimoga, and also can reside in […]

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Kabini Wildlife Safari – Sanctuary

About Kabini Wildlife Safari – Sanctuary, It is spread over 55 acres and is an essential part of the Nagarhole National Park, including dense forests, lakes, steep valleys, and streams. A number of herbivores, especially elephants or Asian elephants dwell in their naturalhabitat at Kabini Forest Reserve. It is also famed for housing a number […]

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Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary

About  Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary islets were formed when an embankment across the Kaveri river was built between 1645 and 1648 by the then king of Mysore, Kanteerava Narasimharaja Wadiyar. These islets, originally numbering 25, soon started attracting birds. The ornithologist Salim Ali observed that the islets formed an important nesting ground for a large variety of […]

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