Nagarhole National Park is a charming 247 square kilometer wilderness area located in Kodagu and Mysore districts of Karnataka. Adorned with rich forest cover west of the Kabini River, Nagarhole National Park is one of India’s well-maintained national parks.
In addition to several marshes, the park includes four perennial lakes and streams where water remains all year, 41 artificial reservoirs, 47 streams, a dam and a reservoir.
It is bounded by the Kabini River to the north. The western part of the park includes bamboo and sandalwood forests where tree dwellers are easily spotted and dotted with beautiful waterfalls, small streams and mountains.
From rosewood and teak wood to Eugenia tree, from sandalwood to teak to crocodile bark, gooseberry, cotton, ficus, beech, etc. the park has plenty of flora and fauna that are best spotted in winter.
The park is also famous for its lazy bear, Bengal tiger, leopard, jungle cat, gray langur, cat, leopard, etc.