Bandipur, Mysore, Karnataka, India
Tusker Trails, Bandipur, Mysore, Karnataka,
close and personal encounters with Bandipur's wilder denizens
at one of the hottest wildlife resorts down south, Tusker
Trails. Remember, lights go off at 10 and you might be
rudely awakened by a foraging wild boar, don't feed any
of the wild beasts. No need to become a savoury morsel
for the tiger and his compatriots!
to Reach :
Airport : 220 Kms
Mysore Rail Station : 85 Kms
Mysore City Centre : 85 Kms
Ooty : 60 Kms
874.20 sq. km. Bandipur National Park, which is also a
Tiger Reserve, with its open grassy woodland, lies to
the south of the Kabini River. A dam on the Kabini and
its picturesque reservoir separate the Bandipur and the
Nagarhole National parks. In the dense moist deciduous
forests of this area the upper canopy reaches heights
of 30m and valuable hardwoods like teak and rosewood are
also to be found here.
lying in the shadow of the Western Ghats, is one of the
finest habitats of the Asian elephant. Drained by the
Moyar River, its open forest makes it easy for visitors
to see the elephant and gaur in natural surroundings.
National Park used to be the private game reserve of the
Maharajas of Mysore. A couple with great passion and appreciation
for the wilderness has conceived pioneering a concept
of bringing you closer to nature.
are none other than Maharaj kumari Vishalakshi Devi and
her husband Kanwar Gajendra Singh of Auwa. At Tusker Trails
great care has been taken to make your stay comfortable
and unforgettable yet very near to nature.
Trails, Bandipur, Mysore, Karnataka, India
cottages with verandas.
- A dining
- room from where you can see the picturesque wilderness.
- For the
adventurous stay in the ethnic huts.
and evening trips to the sanctuary.
arranged with the help of local guides.
rides with permission from the Forest Department
- 6 Cottages
- Room Service