Bannerghatta Nature Camp – Jungle Lodges Resorts – REVIEW

Seeking an escape from the hustle, and bustle of the busy metropolitan life of Bangalore hobby ni planned for out get away with a trip to the famous bannerghatta National Park where they stayed at the jungle lodges the park is the 2500 acre nature reserve forest located 25 kilometer from Bangalore City via the Karnataka forest department rehabilitates rescued tigers lions, and other animals our travel started at 9 a.m. on October 10th 2018, and we reached the camp at around 10:30 a.m. we checked in soon the property has to log hurts one wouldn’t cottage it’s worse tents, and a 32 bedded dormitory the property is not huge compared to other jungle lodges.

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But the lush greenery, and the calm serene atmosphere will almost instantly soothe the mind he booked one of the Swiss tents with a porch, and a hammock it seemed Pleasant at the back there was a balcony quite spacious as a sit out area on the rooftop the interior looked cozy with a slight rustic vibe, and the white windows made sure it was well ventilated they provided twin beds with clean linen sheets. So FAR’s side table cloth stand, and other necessary items after unwinding in the tent for some time we headed to the dining area called the Kolker for lunch after a delicious lunch with spend some time at the sit out area on the rooftop the camp as an afternoon program had arranged herbivorous, and carnivorous / safari at the bannerghatta Biological Park, and a visit to the bannerghatta Zoo.

But since this was a third trip, and he had already covered the safari before we willingly skipped the schedule, and instead decided on spending some me time wandering around the resort at 4:30 p.m. with cept on warm cups of tea, and then headed out for an evening walk in the reserved forest beautiful, and serene that’s how I will describe the experience on a walk they spotted a number of deers blackbirds, and nilgai also known as blue bull, and we also spotted quite a variety of birds a little further down we spotted a duck pond with hundreds of ducks swimming around what a cute, and colorful sight there was also a lotus pond filled with breathtaking white, and pink lotus flowers the spent close to two hours wandering around, and returned to to the camp with delicious pakoras, and warm tea by the bonfire welcomed us soon afterwards dinner followed on the second day we went for an early-morning Trek, and took a two hours walk in the reserved forest the view from the hilltop was breathtaking it was lush green all around we were also able to spot a variety of animals apart from the ubiquitous deer we spotted Bisons, and plenty of monkeys we also came upon the remains of dead animals, and some skulls sure they are not the most cheerful things to see.

But they were interesting nonetheless, and made good subjects for some out-of-the-box vacation shoots we would have loved to linger. But we had a schedule to keep -. So we made our way back to the camp, and tucked into breakfast we checked out at 9 a.m. and were on the road right after this was a third trip to pannacotta park at the jungle lodges a perfe weekend getaway, and they will continue visiting it due to some renovation works that camps main attraction the tears had been shifted to another place the reserve forest was beautiful, and filled with varieties of animals, and birds there’s a butterfly park, and zoo which I think can be skipped wine life should be in their natural habitat reading caged animal doesn’t seem right does it. So that’s all for a bannerghatta trip to the jungle lodges I hope you guys enjoyed reading this post, and found this review useful do let us know about your thoughts in the comment section below rate this post with a thumbs up if you liked it, and do comment the blog for more travel posts thanks for reading.

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