During my recent visit to Bangalore with my daughter we visited the Bannerghaa Biological park.
Bannerghatta Biological Park was created from a portion of the Bannerghatta National Park in 2002. It is situated 22km south of Bangalore, Karnataka, India. The journey to the park from Bangalore takes about one and a half hours. This place is home to one of the richest natural zoological reserves. The 25,000 acre (104 zoological park makes this a major tourist attraction in Bangalore.
The safaris are managed by the KSTDC, which also aids in funding the reserve. The park’s tiger reserve has been recognized by the Forest Department of India.
We set forth in the Grilled buses. We had no clue we would have such close encounters with lion, tigers and white tigers.
Ill let the photograhs do the talking :)
When this Jungle King sauntered up close and personal near th Bus in front of our Bus, excitement knew no bounds :)
The park also houses a Zoo an a Butterfly park. We had taken a city tour by KSTDC and the Butterfly park was not in our itinerary. It is an absolute must in my next trip to Bangalore.
And Yes, all the pics are from our trip.Not a single one is from the internet :)