Bannerghatta National Park, Bengaluru. Important visiting information
More about Bannerghatta National Park, Bengaluru and Historical Information
Bannerghatta National Park was founded in 1970 in Bangalore and declared a national park in 1974. The year 2002 saw the national park carved into another part which became a biological reserve called Bannerghatta Biological Park.
The national park is located 22 kilometers away from Bangalore and has been a popular tourist destination with a zoo, a pet corner, an animal rescue center, a butterfly enclosure, an aquarium, a snake house, and a safari park.
Stretched over an area of 104 square kilometer, the Bannerghatta National Park is a paradise for nature lovers, photography enthusiasts and just those who like some peace and serenity in their lives. Along with a range of flora, the national park also boasts on diverse wildlife collection including elephants, leopards, jackals, foxes, wild boars, sloth bears, Indian gazelles, spotted deers, Royal Bengal Tiger, monitor lizards, and cobras.
Bannerghatta National Park, Bengaluru address and how to reach
How To Reach: By Train: 22.3 KM away from Bangalore City Junction
By Air: 53.9 KM away from Kempegowda International Airport
Railway Address :Bangalore City Junction, Gubbi Thotadappa Road, Railway Colony, Majestic, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560023 Airport Address :Kempegowda International Airport, Devanahalli, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560300
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