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Into the Wild
Nagarahole derives its name from ‘naga’ meaning cobra/snake and ‘hole’ meaning stream, in reference to a long winding stream that runs through it. This national park located less than 100 kilometres from Mysore in South India, comprises of a rich forest cover, plenty of flora and fauna, a number of streams and water bodies.
Quick Facts
  • Nagarahole National Park, together with the adjoining Bandipur National Park, Mudumalai National Park and Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, forms the largest protected region in South India
  • It is also known as Rajiv Gandhi National Park
Popular Attractions
  • Nagarahole has a large elephant population, apart from deer, sambar, wild dogs and langurs. Other rare species such as tigers, leopards and bears can also be spotted at the park. Nagarahole is also home to many species of birds
  • Staying here in Jungle lodges and exploring the Kabini river area is great experience
The ‘’India Travellers’’ Experience
  • Jeep safaris for viewing the wildlife are organized by the forest department twice a day, early morning and evening. However this service is not available during the monsoon season
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