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Nagarhole-Bandipur and Mudumalai Tiger Reserve 3 Day Tour from Bangalore City

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Trip Overview

Visiting Nagarhole, Bandipur, and Mudumalai Tiger Reserves offers a comprehensive exploration of South India's wildlife wonders. Each reserve presents unique landscapes and diverse ecosystems teeming with iconic species like tigers, elephants, and leopards, providing an unmatched opportunity for unforgettable wildlife encounters and immersive nature experiences amidst the stunning scenery of the Western Ghats.


Highlights

  • Explore Kabini which is surrounded by complete wildlife.
  • A great place for wildlife spotting, like herds of Elephants, jaguars, tigersand Black Leopard
  • Enjoy the refreshing drive through the wildlife reserve, Kabini is surrounded by four major wildlife zones: Bandipur, Nagarhole, Mudumalai and Wayanad.


Nagarhole, Bandipur and Mudumalai Tiger Reserve: 3-Day Tour from Bangalore Overview

  • Nagarhole, Bandipur, and Mudumalai Tiger Reserves form a majestic trifecta of biodiversity nestled in the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve. Nagarhole boasts of dense forests and serene water bodies, providing a sanctuary for tigers, leopards, elephants, and an array of bird species. Bandipur's sprawling landscapes are home to a significant tiger population amidst its thick jungles and grassy plains. Mudumalai enchants with its diverse habitats, offering glimpses of majestic elephants, elusive leopards, and vibrant birdlife, all set against the backdrop of the Western Ghats' stunning scenery. Together, these reserves offer a captivating journey into the heart of South India's wildlife wonders.


Nagarhole, Bandipur and Mudumalai Tiger Reserve: 3-Day Tour from Bangalore Suggested Itinerary

Day 1: Bangalore to Nagarhole Tiger Reserve

  • Departure from Bangalore early in the morning ensures that you beat the city's traffic and reach Nagarhole in good time. Nagarhole is approximately 220 kilometers away from Bangalore.
  • As you travel towards Nagarhole, you'll witness the transition from urban landscapes to rural countryside, offering glimpses of rural life in Karnataka.
  • Nagarhole Tiger Reserve is part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve and is renowned for its lush forests, diverse wildlife, and picturesque landscapes.
  • Upon arrival at Nagarhole, you'll check into your chosen accommodation, which could be a jungle lodge or resort situated within or near the reserve.
  • After settling in and having lunch, you'll head out for your first safari. The safari usually lasts for about 3 hours, during which you'll explore the park's varied habitats, including dense forests, grassy plains, and serene water bodies, while keeping an eye out for the elusive big cats and other wildlife.
  • As the day draws to a close, you'll return to your accommodation to relax, enjoy dinner, and perhaps share stories of your wildlife encounters around a bonfire.

Day 2: Nagarhole to Bandipur Tiger Reserve

  • The day begins with an early morning safari in Nagarhole. The cool, misty morning air enhances your chances of spotting wildlife, as animals are often more active during this time.
  • After the safari, you'll return to your accommodation for breakfast and to check out.
  • The journey from Nagarhole to Bandipur takes you through scenic routes, with opportunities to admire the beauty of the Western Ghats and the verdant landscapes of Karnataka. Bandipur is approximately 90 kilometers away from Nagarhole.
  • Upon reaching Bandipur, you'll check into your accommodation and have lunch.
  • In the afternoon, you'll set out for another thrilling safari in Bandipur National Park. Bandipur is known for its dense forests and high tiger population, offering excellent wildlife viewing opportunities.
  • After the safari, you'll return to your accommodation to unwind, have dinner, and perhaps indulge in some stargazing, surrounded by the sounds of the jungle.

Day 3: Bandipur to Mudumalai Tiger Reserve and Return to Bangalore

  • The final day of the tour begins with an early morning safari in Bandipur, giving you one last chance to spot the majestic creatures of the jungle.
  • After breakfast and check-out, you'll head towards Mudumalai Tiger Reserve, located just a short drive away from Bandipur. Madumalai is approximately 30 kilometers away from Bandipur.
  • Mudumalai is known for its diverse habitats, ranging from dry deciduous forests to grasslands and swamps, which provide a haven for a wide variety of wildlife.
  • Your afternoon safari in Mudumalai offers the opportunity to encounter animals such as elephants, leopards, gaurs, and several species of birds.
  • As the sun begins to set, you'll bid farewell to the wilderness and start your journey back to Bangalore, reminiscing about the incredible experiences and memories you've gathered during your tiger reserve tour.

Please note

This is not a guided tour.
itinerary is only a suggestion; you can use the cab as per your own tour plan.
Its outstation tour , cab, can not be used for local bangalore sightseeing tour.

Basic Details

Start Point
Bangalore
Finish Point
Bangalore
Start time
6:00 am 7:00 am 8:00 am 9:00 am See more
Category
Tours & SightseeingFamily-friendlyMulti-day ToursCorporate Team-Outing
Trip Code
O885A3826

Inclusions

  • All transportation is in a private air-conditioned vehicle.
  • Pick-up and drop-off (Bangalore city limits).
  • Driver and fuel charges.
  • Driver meals and accommodation.
  • Sightseeing tour.
  • Usage of the vehicle up to 900 km.

Exclusions

  • Any cab parking charges and highway toll charges.
  • Accommodation and meals for the guests.
  • Any personal expenses.
  • Anything not mentioned in the inclusions above.
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Important Information

  • The guests may choose to skip or add any new attraction in the destination of the tour.
  • Pick-up address and drop address at the end of the tour should be the same.
  • Sedans (4-seater) models provided are Suzuki Dzire, Toyota Etios or similar.
  • SUV (6-seater) models provided are Toyota Innova, Mahindra Xylo, Suzuki Ertiga or similar.
  • Night charge of Rs.300 is applicable if the cab service is used between 10:00 pm to 6:00 am.
  • The tour has a kilometer limit of 900 kilometers.
  • After 900 kilometers, additional per kilometer charge will be applicable (to be paid directly to the driver).
  • For Sedan (4-seater) - Rs.12 per km (additional kilometre charge).
  • For SUV (6-seater) - Rs.16 per km (additional kilometre charge).
  • For Tempo Traveler (12-seater) - Rs.24 per km (additional kilometre charge).
  • This is not a guided tour.
  • The driver will know the local language, English speaking driver can be requested for during the booking in "Special Request" section, though the same cannot be promised.

Cancellation Policy

  • Full refund if cancelled before* 3 days
  • No refund after that

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Meet-up Information/Reporting Point

  • Hotel or residence address within Bangalore city limits is provided during the booking.
  • The driver details, contact number, and cab details are shared 2 to 4 hours prior to the start time of the tour.
  • The driver will pick up the guests from the pickup address, so please provide the complete address on the booking check-out page.
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