Bandipur National Park is beautiful forest area and a tiger reserve located near Gundlupet in Chamarajanagar district of Karnataka, India. Bandipur National Park along with Mudumalai National Park, Wayanad National Park and Nagarhole National Park forms the Nilgiri biosphere reserve. The park covers 874 square km. This reserve is the largest protected area in South India and the region with highest number of wild elephants in South Asia. The park is located on the Mysore – Ooty highways. Apart from being home to the Asiatic elephant, Bandipur also has a sizable number of tigers. Bandipur national park is recommended for the recognition as a heritage site. As the place is near to Mysore, Bengalore and Ooty it one of the major tourist attraction in the region and one of the must visit place in Karnataka, India. Bandipur National Park is located at approx 20km from Gundlupet, 73km from Mysore, 219km from Bengaluru, 41km from Ooty, 380km from Kochi, 557km from Chennai, 125km from Coimbatore, 319km from Mangalore, 194km from Madikeri.
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