Nagarhole Rajiv Gandhi National Park is only 96 km from Mysore and is famous for its deciduous forest. Jeep or Elephant safari in this park gives you chance to spot pug marks of tigers, panthers, sambars, leopards, chitals, jungle cats, jackals and wild dogs. You can also spot sloth beers, elephants and over 250 species of birds in this park. For Angling enthusiasts Cauvery Fishing Camp could be a good excursion option as it is very close by from this park. IHPL offers you tours to enjoy the thrill of spotting animals in Nagarhole Rajiv Gandhi National Park.
Nagarhole National Park Tour Packages
List of Nagarhole Tour Packages
Hyderabad – Gulbarga – Bijapur – Badami – Hampi – Chitradurga – Chikmagalur – Malpe – Coorg – Nagarhole – Mysore – Bangalore
Bangalore - Srirangapatna - Mysore – Nagarhole - Coonoor
Bangalore - Mysore - Nagarhole - Bandipur - Ooty - Bangalore
Bangalore - Bennarghatta - Mysore - Ranganathittu - Nagarhole - Bandipur - Ooty - Coimbatore
FAQs of Nagarhole National Park
Ans: Nagarhole national park is located in the Mysore district of Karnataka in the southern part of India. It is a part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve and it is also recognized as Rajiv Gandhi National Park. It is covered by Brahmagiri hills on one side and filled with Sandalwood and Teak wood trees. It is one of the popular Tiger reserves in India.
Ans: Nagarhole National Park is one best wildlife parks in India. It is famous for comprising the large elephant and bison population. The national park is also home to 250 species of birds.
Ans: The ideal duration for the Nagarhole national park is 02 to 03 days. You can enjoy the Jungle Safari during the tour. You can spot the tiger and other exotic species of animals and birds.
Ans: You can visit the national park throughout the year although the best time to visit Nagarhole National Park is from October to March. The weather during this time is favorable for the excursion. It is an ideal time to spot a tiger and other exotic species of flora and fauna.
Ans: Summers season starts from March to June. The region remains quite hot and the mercury rises to 36 degrees Celsius during summers.
The region experiences monsoon season during the months of June to September. Some of the areas in the sanctuary remain closed during this time. However, the enthralling waterfalls will never fail to captivate nature lovers.
The winter season starts in November and ends in February. The climatic conditions remain comfortable and favorable for the sightseeing tour.
Ans: The nearest railway station from the Nagarhole National Park is 89 km and is well-connected with the major cities. However, the nearest airport is Bangalore airport which is 220 km away and is linked with the rest of India. One can hire a taxi or catch a bus to reach the national park from the railway station and the airport.
Ans: Situated in a lush green surrounding, Nagarhole is popular for the national park which is blessed with bounties of nature. The best places to visit in Nagarhole are:
- Iruppu falls is situated 50kms from Nagarhole bordering the Wayanad district.
- Coorg is situated at a distance of 92 km from Nagarhole. It is a popular hill station which is also known as Scotland of India.
- Mysore is located at 90 km from Nagarhole. Boasts of palaces, heritage buildings, traditions, and temples, Mysore retains its old-world charm.
Ans: The Park is a home for many animals and birds. This national park has the highest density of herbivores in Asia. Anyone has a really good chance of sighting elephants, guar, tiger and bear.