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A wildlife safari is not quite complete until you have taken one by land – a proper jungle safari ! Designated a wildlife sanctuary in 1974, Nagarhole is home to an exceptionally large and diverse wildlife population that is part of a complex and delicate ecosystem. The forests of Nagarhole are deciduous, both dry and wet in parts, which allow for the flourishing of an immense variety of flora and fauna. On entering the forest, find yourself immersed in the sounds of the jungle characterized by the birds and animals – amid the lush green deciduous trees, you are now in their territory. Nagarhole is home to about 300 species of birds and hosts the largest concentration of the Asiatic Elephant along with Bandipur and Mudumalai , all of them contiguous wildlife sanctuaries stretching across two states of India. The Nagarhole ecosystem supports the highest density of herbivores anywhere in Asia with around 108 animals per sq km. In addition to large herbivores such as the Chital, Sambar, Gaur, Asian Elephant and more, Nagarhole also boasts a large number of predators including the Tiger, Leopard and Wild dog.
Kabini is one of the most popular wildlife destinations of Karnataka, largely because of its easy accessibility, lush green landscape surrounding a large picturesque lake, and sightings of large herds of elephants. Situated on the banks of the River Kabini, this forest reserve was once the private hunting lodge of the Maharaja of Mysore – Kabini was a shikar (hunting) hotspot for British Viceroys and Indian Royalty. If any animal rules Kabini, it is the elephant. The forest reserve houses…