It is famed small town in Karnataka. The picturesque beauty of Nagarhole is in the form of lush greenery, thick deciduous forest, sacred temples and mind blowing waterfalls. Nagarhole National Park is the prime attraction here. It is picture perfect place to explore its rich environs, to feel the abundant beauty of nature and to take a moment of bliss to rejoice. Being close to Mother Nature is an enchanting nd thrilling experience for the beholders. Bandipur National Park and Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary are the two major destinations not to be missed. It is paradise for nature lovers and environmentalists as it is highly rich in flora and fauna. One can find variety of bird species and plenty of wildlife species and many more magnificent creatures here. The backdrop of blue Brahmagiri Mountains, gurgling streams, rustling rivers, twittering birds and sounds of jungle makes Nagarhole as memorable tourist destination.
Places to visit
Brahmagiri Wldlife Sanctuary
The evergreen, semi-green forests of Brahmagiri are located in Kodagu district and serves as natural habitat of wildlife species. Besides wild animals, it is famous for coffee plantations and agricultural fields. One can see lion-tailed macaque, jungle cat, sloth bear and many more here.
Nagarhole National Park
It is a part of Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve and popularly known as Rajiv Gandhi National Park which is one of the best wildlife reserves in India. Some animals found here are four-horned antelope, elephant, sambhar, Pangolin, wild boar and much more.
Irpu Falls, Rameshwara temple and Kutta are other known spots in Nagarhole.
How to reach Nagarhole
Mysore airport is around 96 km from Nagarhole.
Mysore railhead is 96 km from Nagrhole is the nearest railway station.
T is well connected via road by numerous bus services availed from state and private transportations.
In summer 22-40°C and in winter 10-32°C. Between October to May Nagarhole is best visited.