Resorts & Hotels in Nagarahole
Nagarhole is a small town in the state of Karnataka where Rajiv Gandhi National park or Nagarhole national park is located. Distance of Nagarhole from the city of Mysore is only 94 kilometers and everyone can easily manage to reach this fantastic picnic spot. This place has great historical and cultural importance and is ideal for the people who love to take pleasure in watching dense lush green forests. The former leaders of Mysore used to visit this place for hunting.
You will be astonished to know that Nagarhole National park is stretched over 248 miles. It was just a wildlife sanctuary and then converted into Wildlife national park in the year 1988. Most of the people of Nagarhole earn their livelihood from forests. Major trees grown in the national park of nagarhole include teak, sandalwood, silver oak and rosewood.
People of the Nagarhole live a rural lifestyle which is very attractive for the tourists. They are very hospitable and provide maximum pleasure to visitors. Myriad vegetarian and non vegetarian food items are conveniently available for the tourists who come to visit this ideal tourist spot. Nearest airport and railway station to this picnic spot is located in the city of Mysore and you can hire a private cab from Mysore to Nagarhole.
Jungle Inn Nagarahole resort is situated at Nagarhole National park, also known as Rajiv Gandhi National Park. It was a private hunting ground for the erstwhile maharaja of mysore. Nagarhole is a part of Nilgiri biosphere reserve, which also conta . . . .
Kings Sanctuary Nagarahole Resorts is an eco friendly 3 Star Deluxe jungle resort spread over 34 acres of landscaped gardens and mango orchards at the very edge of the Rajiv Gandhi National Park, Nagarhole. The accommodation at Kings Sanctuary Nag . . . .
Machaan Nagarhole resort is situated merely a quarter-hour drive from the Nagarhole Nationwide Recreation area. And it is under a km from the jungles. Arranged amidst a coffee estate within Kodagu or even Coorg, also called the Scotland of India, . . . .