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Holiday in Kabini

Plan your holiday in Kabini

This place is named after the Kapila or Kabini River in Karnataka, southern India. This river is originated from Wayanad district of Kerala and flows eastward to join Kaveri River and empties into Bay of Bengal.  The huge Kabini Reservoir is formed close to the town called as Sargur and is well known wild life holiday destination in Karnataka. During the summer one can witness large number of Wildlife species that is living in the backwaters of Kabini reservoir. The area has the formation of rich grassy meadows during summer season.

Kabini has been known for elephant family on the river bank. The dam is situated between villages called as Bichanahalli and Bidarahalli in H D Kote Taluk of Mysore District. This is 6 Km away from Sargur town of H D Kote taluk. Now this place is considered as one of the best wild life sanctuaries in Karnataka.  


Resorts in Kabini

Tourists who come to stay in Kabini area have lot of resorts that are located in the beautiful landscape and back waters. There are many resorts in this region and have been created in style and luxury to offer hospitality for travelers who visit Kabini from across the globe every year. There are resorts with Spa facility, adventure activities, swimming pools, Jacuzzi... Only a prudent traveler will plan their holiday with travel experts and saves time and money. Kabini resort room reservations can be done online at TravelChords from anywhere in the globe. Take free quotes, compare and book rooms online.

Sightseeing Places in Kabini

KABINI RIVER: This river is the supportive water source for the entire ecosystem in and around the Kabini forest area which is spread over an area of 58 acres. This river is popularly called as Kapila and it originates from Wayanad.

Highlights: Water, Photography, Nature, Relaxation.

DAM IN KABINI: This dam is built across the Kabini river and is located in Beechanhalli with 58 m height and 696 m in length. This magnificent dam was built in the year 1974. Visit this dam while holidaying in Kabini.

Highlights: Water, Photography, Nature.

BANASURA SAGAR DAM: This dam was started constructing in the year 1979. This is a part of the Indian Banasura Sagar Project. The canal was constructed in early 1979. This dam is located in the Western Ghats and known to be the second largest dam in Asia.

Highlights: Water, Photography, Nature

NAGARAHOLE NATIONAL PARK: This is one of the wildlife sanctuaries that must be seen by nature lovers. This is spread between Kodagu and Mysore Districts of Karnataka. This is separated from Bandipur National Park by Kabini River.

Highlights: Wildlife, Photography, Bird Watching, Nature

KUTTA: This is part of Kabini region that is spread in the South Coorg of Karnataka. This place is known for the presence of a lot of coffee, spices, Arecanut, bananas... estates.

Highlights: Estates and Plantation, Photography, Nature

BRAHMAGIRI WILDLIFE SANCTUARY: This wildlife sanctuary is touched by Nagarahole National Park and is spread over 181 sq Km of area. This is one of the highest peak in Karnataka.

Highlights: Wildlife, Photography, Bird Watching, Nature

RAMESHWARA TEMPLE: This temple has Lord Shive as the deity and it is locates on the banks of Lakshmana thirtha river. This temple is located in the Nagarahole which is also a part of Kabini region.

Highlights: Temple, Photography, Bird Watching, Nature

LAXMANA THIRTHA RIVER: This River has the origin in Kodagu area of Karnataka and it flows towards eastward. This river joins Kavery River in the Krishnaraja Sagara Lake.

Highlights: Water, Photography, Nature

BRAHMAGIRI:  This is a mountain range in the Western Ghats belt of Karnataka and is located on the borders of Kodagu district in Karnataka. This also forms the border of Wayanad district of Kerala.

Highlights: Wildlife, Photography, Bird Watching, Nature

IRUPPU FALLS: This is one of the most visited waterfalls in Brahmagiri range. This is a beautiful waterfalls which is 60 m high and flows jubilantly with Western Ghats as its backdrop. 

Highlights: Water Falls, Photography, Bird Watching, Nature.

How to Reach Kabini in Karnataka?

By Air: The nearest airport is in Bangalore (170 Km).
By Rail: The nearest railway station is in Mysore (25 Kms). Bangalore(170 Kms).
By Road: Kabini is well connected by roadways from all major cities in Karnataka. Cities like Mysore (25 Kms), Mangalore (280 km), Bangalore (170 km)) are linked by roadways with Kabini.

 


Distance to Kabini from major Cities

Place Distance
Bangalore   170 KMs
Hassan 142 KMs
Chikmagalur  202 KMs
Shimoga 266 KMs
Mangalore 280 KMs
Mysore 25 KMs

 

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