Travel to Kabini
Kabini river, famously known as Kapila, is a major tributary of river Cauvery. Originating from Wayanad in Kerela, Kabini is the convergence of the Panamaram and Mananthavady Rivers. Flowing towards East into Karnataka, Kapila joins the Cauvery River at Tirumakudalu Narasipura. Rent an AC car in Bangalore and enjoy this inimitable experience in the lap of nature.
Tourists can access and visit Kapila through the Nagarhole National Park, also known as the Rajiv Gandhi National Park. Perfectly nestles in the south-west region of the Nagarhole National Park, lies the serene and balmy Kabini which is a heaven for nature lovers. Surrounding the Kabini river is Kabini wildlife sanctuary, which will be an absolute favorite and is truly enjoyed by city folks. Amongst the rich and lush greenery and impressive waterfalls, this beautiful wildlife sanctuary is the best way to unwind after the hectic and chaotic city life. Cut yourself completely from the noise and hustle bustle of city life and drench yourself in the sweet hummings of incredible nature. Whether you want to have some one-on-one time, a romantic getaway, or wish to spend in the company of your family and friends, this idyllic and scenic setting is a perfect idea for a surreal vacation.
How to Reach Kabini
The best way to reach Kabini is from Bangalore. Bangalore airport is just a few hours away, and also the nearest airport to Kabini. You can book a convenient airport taxi in Bangalore for an optimal experience if you are flying in. The roads from Bangalore all the way to Kabini are just superb. It is advisable to leave early from the city to avoid traffic jams. You can take either NH17 or Bangalore-Mysore road to each Kabini. There are many pit stops along the way where you can stop for a break to relax and eat.
When to Visit
The gorgeous Kabini is a magnificent destination. Kabini is known for its great variety of fauna, lush green forests, beautiful weather, and comfortable camping options. Every tourist and traveler will find something that will interest them throughout the year. But, Kabini is best enjoyed during the summer season when the tourists can explore enjoy the wildlife. From June to September, Kabini region receives a lot of rainfall, hence it is advisable to avoid this monsoon season.
Things to do in Kabini
Take the Jeep Safari and spot elephants, birds, Malabar Giant Squirrel, peacocks during your trials in the wild forest. And if the Gods are in your favor, you might be able to witness the amazing leopard.
Take the river cruise with an expert oarsman and glide in your
boat over the tranquil waters. Surrounded by the stunning river banks, and
witnessing the glorious herds of elephants grazing calmly, the spotted species
of deers and the breathtaking variety of birds, this river safari will be a
memorable experience for everyone.
Stay at this quaint beauty known as Kabini and spend time unwinding and uplifting your spirits. Wake up to the sweet chirping of birds, take morning fishing trips or just relax and surround yourself with nature. Kabini has it all- from the picturesque green backdrop to impressive waterfronts.