Bandipur is located in Karnataka and is one of the important national reserves of India. Since its establishment in the year 1931, Bandipur has been instrumental in the conservation of several wildlife forms including birds and animals. Surrounded by quaint landscapes and incredibly amazing natural beauty, Bandipur has become quite a significant tourist attraction in the state. Bandipur National Park is very well known for the state government initiatives to preserve the highly endangered Indian Tiger species which were on the brink of extinction. The Tiger Project was started under the umbrage of the Indian government and has played an important role in the conservation of the national species.
Bandipur is truly a perfect place for those who cannot resist the natural beauty and the leisurely time in the wilderness. Since Bandipur is a national reserver, therefore it is covered with lush green forests and exuberant green valleys. Any time between August and November would be wonderful to visit this place as during this time climate is quite pleasant.
You can also witness some of the rare national animals in Bandipur. The park is right at the heels of the Niligiris. Moyar, Nugu, and Kabini rivers flow through the national park and ensure that the animals have abundant supply of natural water.