Bannerghatta National Park and Biological Park is spread over an area of 25000 acres of forests near to Bengalure alias Bangalore in Karnataka state of India.
If you are on a south India tour package or planning to travel to India, try to make it to Bannerghatta Biological Park Bangalore to know more about India.
Indian Tiger, Lion and many other animals can be seen here in this National Park.
How can the children miss the butterflies which is a rare sight in today’s cities. India’s first Butterfly park is there inside the Bannerghatta Biological Park. There is also a zoo and a reptile park (a separate snake park also is there) inside the Biological Park. A separate children’s corner, special area for children, is also there in the park.
There is a trekking available for those interested, which cover a distance of 1 to 3.5 kilometers . There is a beautiful stream which runs through the park. Champaka Dharna Swamy temple is one among the many ancient temples that can be found in the 10 reserve forests of National Park.
Bannerghatta National Park is closed on Tuesdays.
How Do I Go to Bannerghatta National Park and Biological Park?
Bannerghatta National Park is at a distance of 22 kilometers south of Bengalure alias Bangalore city. Bus number 365 Volvo bus goes from Majestic Kempegowda Bus Station and bus number 366 from City market and G-4 from Brigade Road junction to the National Park. These buses are there quite frequently. Bus number 368 goes from Shivaji Nagar Bus terminus to National Park. There is 364 F from Arekarae to Bannerghatta road.
Bus numbers 165, 165 B, 165 C, 165 E, 171, 171B, 171C, 171D, 171 E, 171G, 171H, 174 are the ordinary buses which goes from Majestic Kempegowda Bus Station to Bannerghatta via Marble factories. 171 F, 171 G, 171 H, 174 A are other ordinary buses to Bannerghatta National Park via Bangalore Christ University and Christ College from Majestic Kempegowda Bus Station. Christ University is a deemed University in Bangalore, which is one of the best universities in the country, near to Forum Mall, Bangalore.
Bengalure alias Bangalore is the nearest railway station to the Park. Bengalure International airport is the nearest airport to Bannerghatta Biological Park.
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