Cauvery Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in Chamarajanagar , Mandya and Ramanagar districts of Karnataka state, India. Cauvery River passes through this Wildlife sanctuary, which is spread over an area of 1,027.53 square kilometers.
Highly Endangered Species like Malabar giant squirrel and Grizzled giant squirrel are found in Cauvery Wildlife Sanctuary. 280 species of birds are found here.
Water rafting, fishing, trekking, bird watching, etc, are popular in the wildlife sanctuary. Bheemeshwari river rafting is a popular activity in the Bheemeshwari Adventure & Nature Camp Center, situated inside this wildlife sanctuary. Bheemeshwari fishing camp day trips are also popular with tourists. Muthathi Anjaneya temple is a famous temple inside the sanctuary.
Hogenakal Falls on the Cauvery river, which forms the interstate boundary between Karnataka and Tamil Nadu states, is situated in the nearby Dharmapuri district in Tamilnadu. Cauvery river flows for a distance of 101 kilometers through this Sanctuary.
How Do I Go To Cauvery Wildlife Sanctuary?
Ramanagar, railway station is the nearest railway station at 25 kilometers distance from the Kaveri Wildlife Sanctuary. Bheemeshwar, famous for water rafting and fishing, is at around 100 kilometers from Bangalore. Muthathi near Malavalli is another the access point to the wildlife sanctuary, which is well connected by buses to Bangalore, the capital of the state of Karnataka.