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Best Things To Do in Bandipur

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    Bandipur
    d11 Days n11 Nights

    About the Activity: Cruise the roads of Ooty and Bandipur on your BMW GS/Triumph Tiger XRX and experience the true joy and adventure of biking.Located in the state of Karnataka, Bandipur is a stunning wildlife sanctuary that is amongst the largest biospheres in India.The biking tour commences and takes you through the fabulous expanses of Madikeri, Mysore, Ooty, Nagarhole Reserve, Vythiri , Coonoor and many more hill stations for a duration of 11 days.You will be covering a total distance of 666 miles and spend your days enjoying the wonderful scenery and sights.Meal types: Vegetarian and Non Vegetarian meals on all days Accommodation Types: Twin Sharing Basis in guesthouse or lodge Transportation Types: Triumph Tiger XRX Activities: Motorcycle Tour Difficulty Level: Moderate

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    Bangalore
    d2 Days n1 Night

    Nestled between the Mudumalai and Wayanad wildlife sanctuaries, Bandipur Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the magnificent as well as oldest sanctuaries in India. Built by the Maharaja of Mysore in 1931, it served as hunting ground of the Mysore Royal families. The vibrant and enchanting list of flora and fauna and the inviting atmosphere of this sanctuary makes it an ideal place for corporate team outings.  Jungle Survival Theme : Welcome to the jungle! Enter into a tribal world where technology is completely unheard of. In this exciting outdoor activity, it is the man verses the wild where you and your team have to face ordeals that come across in the forest. Bond as a group and use your creativity to come up with solutions to the various problems. The team that can tackle all the obstacles and survive will be heralded as the winning team. In this activity, each group will be divided into different tribes. You and your team will have to present some innovative ideas and choose your own tribal name, jingle and dance. All of this has to be unique to garner good points. Get into the tribal zone with props of sticks and leaves. There are several adventurous tasks at hand. Provide for your tribe with the theme of collecting water. The catch is that you and your team will be given a basket with many holes and will have to use leaves to cover it up. Manage the whole thing in such a way that the water does not leak. Either that or you would have to collect water with a bamboo stick. Other activities include starting a fire using old techniques and hunting for food with a game of archery. You will also have to find shelter and build it with the materials that are provided.  Engage in Scavenger Hunt where the utensils will be hidden across. You and your group will have to scout for them. Somewhere along the way, a lion is on the prowl and you have to undertake Jumaring (rope climbing activity). Also, one of your tribesmen is injured. The team has to make a stretcher with what is provided and will have to carry him back on top of it.  The team that manages to complete all of these activities successfully at the earliest will be titled the winner.

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    Ooty
    d3 Days n2 Nights

    About the destination: Set off on an adventurous bicycle trail of three days. Pay a visit to Masanagudi, Ooty, and Coonoor. En route, set your sights on the beauty of Bandipur, Kalhatty and DoddaBetta. Cover a total of 125kms.Your journey commences on Thursday around 10pm, when you will be picked up and taken to Chamrajnagar. Description: Reach the venue by 2am and rest for a while at the accommodation provided. Wake up in the morning and indulge in breakfast. The fun begins at around 8.30am when you go cycling to Masanagudi. You will be crossing Bandipur and also be making way through flat terrains and forest areas. Lunch will be provided on route. Reach the destination by 5pm and retire for the day after dinner. On Day 2, wake up at around 6am, have breakfast and leave at 7am for your cycling jaunt. Pedal away uphill to Ooty that welcomes you with scenic sights and pleasant weather. After lunch pass through Kalhatty and reach destination by 5pm. Relax at the accommodation provided in KSTDC. Dinner will be provided here. Day 3, start at 7am in the morning after breakfast and reach Coonoor at 1pm. Have lunch at 1 pm and enjoy cycling on a flat terrain and passing through DoddaBetta. Cycle the last stretch to reach Coonoor and be transported back to Ooty in our vehicle. Have lunch there, refresh and head back to Bangalore which you will reach by 9pm.  Meal Type: 3 Breakfast, 3 Lunch, 2 Dinner. Breakfast & Dinner is buffet at the Homestay. Lunch is packed. Both veg & non-veg available.  

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Traveller Tales From Bandipur

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Mayoor Tandon

20 June 2015

Amazing experience. Loved the entire trip - safari was indeed worth all the money. Its was a complete family outing for us and I just couldn't believe how freely animals roam here. For once I felt as if it was a movie set-up, we were lucky enough to witness variety of wildlife species here. Accommodation was decent , Had a lovely experience!

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Aatmaj Naik

06 October 2015

Safari's is something that always gets me into my excitement mode. I loved the jungle safari - great place, descent accommodation. Explored a lot of hidden natural beauties here- Amazing experience.

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Girika Prajapat

18 September 2015

Absolutely stunning place to stay and explore. It feels really nice to see the wild life and see their natural habitat. It is a nice experience after spending such a long time in the city.

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Deepesh Verma

11 January 2016

A good tiger reserve needing lots of patience to sight a tiger. A good hillt terrain with plenty of elephants. happy to be part of this safari.

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Avani Kakkar

04 January 2016

It took us about two hours from Mysore, to get into Bandipur National Park. As soon as we entered the park premises, we have found 100s of deers freely roaming around, langoors hopping around, peacocks wandering, and wild boars boaring around. We knew we have finally arrived in almost a ‘real’ forest. i had an awesome safari experience.

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Bhargavi Dutta

04 January 2016

Bandipur is one of the best known wildlife sanctuaries in India. But the organization and the tourist promotion is quite pathetic. There are no guides, nor any kind of visitor engagement during the entire trip into the forest. So in terms of organization, Bandipur has a long way to go. We sighted a lot of deers, peacocks, birds, and bisons.

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Satyen Naik

04 January 2016

One of my favourite places for observing and photographing wildlife!! Bandipur forest has a good number of tigers, leopards and elephants which one might spot during the safaris.

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Triloki Jha

11 January 2016

Only one zone within BRT is open for safari and this zone has been overrun by wild lantana grass thereby making big wildlife sightings rare - we spotted deer (spotted and barking), mongoose, gaur (wild bison) but no elephants or tigers. However, the drive itself is great and the lush green forest gives you a great sense of calm and peace. Recommended.

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Dhanu Deshpande

11 January 2016

Its a lovely wildlife reserve, where you can get to see elephants, deers, gaurs (Indian bisons), wild boars and various species of birds in large numbers. The reserve is supposed to have the largest number of tigers. But this time we dint spot any bad luck to us.

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