Karnataka National Park

The exotic colorful birds, splendid flora varieties and numerous species of fauna constitute the Karnataka's greens and wildlife sanctuaries that accommodate thousands of mammals, birds, reptiles and insects including those that belong to several endangered species. Endowed with resplendent blessings of Nature, the sublime, solemn and spellbinding yet dangerous beauty of Karnataka challenges one to venture further and deeper

into the woods. The large forest tracts south of the Vindhyas and the vast forests of South Karnataka are just the tight place to experience Nature in its true form.Some of the most not- able wildlife sanctuaries and national parks of Karnataka include B.R. Hills Wildlife Sanctuary situated in the hilly tracts, 5091 feet above sea level and Gaurs and Chitals as its main attractions, Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary stretching over Chikmaglur and Shimoga districts of Karnataka and Great Indian Gaurs and Barking Deers as its chief highlights, Dandeli Kali Wildlife Sanctuary known mainly because of its crocodiles and is the largest wildlife sanctuary in Karnataka stretching across 5729.07 sq km, Ranganthittu Bird Sanctuary and enjoy angling and fishing camps at Bheemeshwari wildlife sanctuary featuring dangerous Masheer fish. Nagarahole and Bandipur National Park together were once a part of Wayanad and stretch across an area of more than 1,500 sq km. The convenient base to reach them is through Mysore.