Kabini Wildlife Sanctuary is located on the bank of River Kabini in the Kodagu region of Karnataka. It is an amazing place to indulge in various adventure activities like elephant safari, jungle safari, trekking, boating, etc. Blessed with a rich variety of flora and fauna, Kabini Wildlife Sanctuary is an ideal recluse for nature lovers. It's lovely landscape and natural scenic beauty attract tourists from every nook and corner of the world.
This is one of the most celebrated wildlife sanctuaries in the countries. Situated at a distance of 208 km from Bangalore, it is well-connected with the rest of the country and is easily accessible.
Kabini is about 220 km away from Mysore. KSRTC (Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation) has regular bus services to Kabinifrom Bangalore and Mysore. You can get a taxi/auto from the central bus terminal and arrive at Kabini. Self-driving to the destination is even more fun as tourists can stop and click photos on the way.
|Travel by Bus||Travel Time||Distance|
|Mysore to Kabini||1 hr 40 min||65 km|
|Bangalore to kabini||5 hr||208 km|
|Chennai to kabini||11 hr 10 min||535 km|
The nearest airport to Kabini is Kempegowda International Airport, Bangalore, which is about 272 km away. The airport is well-connected to major cities of India like New Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, and Hyderabad. From the airport, tourists can easily reach Kabini by taxi, cab, and buses.
The nearest railway station to Kabini is Mysore Junction, which is about 80 km away from the site. Mysore Junction is well connected to the major railway stations all over India. Taxi, cab, and buses offer easy connectivity from the airport to Kabini.
Updated COVID-19 Guidelines for Tourists
- Thermal screening is a must at entry points for all including tourists, drivers and guides.
- If anyone has a body temperature higher than normal, then that person will be isolated immediately in a dedicated room. He/she will be transferred to the nearest health facility by a team.
- Visitors are required to mask and face shields including drivers and guides.
- Tourists must follow the social distancing norms.
- Entry won’t be allowed to adults above 65 years and kids below 10 years.
- Seating capacity in safari vehicles reduced by 50 percent.
- Before boarding the vehicle, tourists shall disinfect their hands with the sanitizer.
- No person will be allowed to deboard the vehicle inside the reserve. So, lavatory facilities must be ensured at entry and exit points.