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Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary

5000/- Per Person


5000/- Per Person
Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary
Recommended Stay
3 Days
Best time to visit
October - February
Booking Available

Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary

The sanctuary is located in the Chikmagalur district and spread over an area of sprawling 493 square kilometres. Founded in 1974; It was declared as the 25th Project Tiger of India in 1998. 

The Kallahathigiri (1875 metres and the tallest), Kemmannugundi and Bababuden hills together bind the sanctuary. The sanctuary is named after the Bhadra River, which flows through the beautiful deciduous forests. Teak, Jackfruit, Bamboo, Rosewood, Mathi, Honne, Nandi, Tadasalu, Kindal are among the 250 species of trees that grow here. 
The 300 year old, Jagara giant is the famous teak tree that draws many eyeballs here. The wild life extravaganza here includes; Tigers, Elephants, Leopards, Sambar, Malabar Giant Squirrel, Langur, Porcupine and others. In addition to these, there are more than 250 species of birds found here ranging from Great Horn bill to the River Tern.

One can also enjoy jungle safaris, camping, boat rides, trekking, rock climbing and some water sports activities here. There is also a small Ganesha Temple near the entrance of the sanctuary.