Monsoon is a season in which the beauty of nature can be seen. The national parks are a must visit during this season. If you enjoy watching animals and their natural. A national park that is open during the monsoons as many become inaccessible during this time. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
Here is a list of parks you can visit this monsoon:
Nagarhole Tiger Reserve
The Rajiv Gandhi National Park in Karnataka was the old name of the Nagarhole Tiger Reserve. It is the third largest national park in the country with 125 tigers.
Established in 1941, Bandipur National Park and Tiger Reserve was formed by encompassing most of the forest areas of the erstwhile Venugopala Wildlife Park. It is located around 230 km from Bangalore. The reserve was purchased in 1973 under Project Tiger.
BR Hills Tiger Reserve
BR Hills Tiger Reserve is located in Karnataka, about 180 km from Bengaluru. The old Ranganatha Swamy Temple, which is situated on the edge of a cliff. It is home to many different types of animals including mammals, reptiles and butterflies. The woodlands are also home to about 250 different bird species.