Bannerghatta National Park is situated about 22 Km south of Bangalore Karnataka, India and started in the year 2002 in an area of 25,000 acre land. The park has a tiger reserve of Indian tigers including white tigers, lions and other animals. The tiger reserve is recognized by the forest department of India. A total of 1414 animals of 73 species were displayed in the park including mammals, reptiles, and birds for viewing and educating the public.
The park has got the following to see and enjoy.
The 25,000 acre Bannerghatta National Park is situated 25 kilometers south of Bangalore, Karnataka, India.
Visiting Hours & Travel Information:
Visiting hours: 9AM to 5PM
Holiday: Closed on Tuesday
Best time to visit: September to January
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