Kabini Wildlife Sanctuary in the Karapur Forest Area in Karnataka is one of the most beautiful forest areas which allure tourists from all over. The rich variety of flora in Kabini Wildlife Sanctuary and its varied topography makes it the dream destination of tourists
However there is a rich variety of flora in Kabini and a variety in the plant life makes the Kabini Forests interesting in the eyes of nature lovers. The lush acres of greenery are mostly composed of moist deciduous forests. The flora in Kabini mostly comprises of these deciduous trees.
There is also abundance of Teak and Eucalyptus trees in the Kabini Forests. Earlier this used to be the hunting retreat of the Maharaja of Mysore and later on it was turned into a wildlife Sanctuary.