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Must visit places if you’re an outsider living in Bangalore!

Image taken in Bangalore

1. BANDIPUR NATIONAL PARK



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http://www.trawell.in/karnataka/bandipur-national-park


This place is in the southern most part of Karnataka, in the district of Chamarajanagara, in Gundulpet taluk.  This place can be reached form Bangalore by two ways. One, is by going on the kanakpura main road and reaching kanakpura and then taking a diversion to Bandipura. Second, is the more conventional way, where you go to Mysore and get on the ooty road to reach Bandipura national park on the way.

All the types of public transport travel on this way but the crazy part is that the Bandipur park will be closed from 10pm to 6am. The main reason is because of the animals that will be roaming in the nights and the movement of vehicles will cause harm to their freedom.

This Sanctuary is one of the 15 sanctuaries belonging to the Project Tiger Scheme.

2. COORG/MADIKERI



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http://www.trawell.in/karnataka/coorg

 
Talking a little bit of history of the Kodagu district (Kannada name):According to Puranas, Kodava is the redefined name of Krodhadesa meaning Land of Anger, said to have been inhabited by the Kodava tribe. Some historians believe that it is named after the River Cauvery. Coorg was under the Gangas rule during 9th and 10th centuries and Cholas in the 11th century followed by Hoysalas.

At an altitude of 1525 meters on Western Ghats, more than Bangalore (915m) and Meghalaya (1150m), this place is even more higher from the sea level and from that it is also known as the Scotland of India. Coorg is the most famous hill stations in Karnataka.

3. Dandeli



http://www.trawell.in/karnataka/dandeli
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This is in the northern part of Karnataka. It is quite famous for its gorgeous natural backdrop, wildlife and adventure activities. Dandeli has a dense forest cover and is one of the best natural habitats in the world. Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary is the second largest wildlife sanctuary in Karnataka. The sanctuary is crisscrossed by River Kaneri and River Nagajhari, tributaries of River Kali. The sanctuary is the natural habitat for several wildlife species such as tigers, leopards, black panthers, elephants, gaur and languor.

Dandeli is one of the top white-water rafting destinations in India. Kayaking, canyoning, water rafting, overnight rafting or canoeing.


Have a happy work-life stay in Karnataka peeps
 

BY UITV, NOV 26