Bandipur, a National reserve is located in the state of Karnataka. It was established in 1931 and from then it has been used for conserving various wildlife animals and birds. The national park is surrounded with natural beauty and a quaint environment. This National park is famous for the initiatives which were taken by the state government to preserve the endangered species of Indian tigers which are on verge of extinction. This national park started The Tiger Project under Indian govt. and started conserving national animals.
This national park also has an animal care center which looks over the population and growth of the animals and treats injured animals too. Bandipur National park is located at the foothills of Nilgiris and has Kabini, Nugu and Moyar rivers flowing through the reserve providing the animals with natural source of water. Bandipur national park is now amongst the Biosphere reserves of India as it contains many varieties of wild animals in it. Two more wildlife sanctuaries are attached with Bandipur wildlife sanctuary called the Waynad Sanctuary and the Mudumalai Sanctuary, which also conserve various animals.
This place is an excellent tourist destination, perfect for soaking in the beauty of nature amongst wilderness. Bandipur being a national reserve is full of forests and lush green valleys. Best time to visit Bandipur is from August-November as the temperature during this time remains pleasant. Bandipur travel guide gives full information about how to reach Bandipur, Bandipur attractions and excursions from Bandipur.