Evolve Back - Kabini

Orange County’s Spirit of the land philosophy finds its most intimate expression at Kabini, where you are drawn into the vibrant social tapestry of the local Kadu Kuruba tribe. While you discover a vernacular dimension to luxury that’s truly liberating, the resort gives you a wildlife experience like no other. Inspired in design by the Hadis or tribal villages, this picturesque resort of sweeping panoramic vistas, is bordered on two sides by the Kabini River.

The two restaurants at Kabini are dedicated to the gourmet in you. They offer cuisines that are as varied as they are imaginative and memorable. Together, they are certain to fulfill every culinary aspiration and satisfy the most demanding palate.

Restaurants: There is a multi cuisine restaurant" Honey Comb", " Kurumba Grill for kebabs and sizzlers ". "CandleLight Cruise".

 Family pool
 Multi-cuisine restaurant
 Private pool / Jacuzzi Pool
 Indoor games
 Reading Lounge
 Board Room
Room Type Plan Tariff
Jacuzzi Hut AP - 2 persons 33,000.00
Pool Hut AP - 2 persons 43,000.00

 Validity till 31st Sept 2015. The above tariff is for indian nationals only and on per night basis.

 Apart from the individual night rates, orange county also has other attractive packages for 2 and 3 nights. Call us/ email us for more details.

 Check in - 12 noon & Check out - 11 A.M. All rates are for one night on twin sharing basis.

 Rates include Accommodation, Breakfast, Lunch, Evening Tea, Dinner, Nature activities* and taxes. *Nature Activities: Guided Spice Tour & Forest trek.

 Package starts with Lunch & ends with Breakfast.

 Free accommodation for 2 children below 10 years. Food element for free accommodation child - Rs.1400/- per night without extra bed. Extra adult will be Rs. 2000/- per day.

 Extra persons between 6 & 11 years - Rs. 3500/- per person per night (includes all meals, extra bed and taxes).

 Extra persons aged 12 years and above- Rs. 5000/- per person per night (includes all meals, extra bed, nature activities and taxes).

 Rates Subject to change without prior Notice. Cancellation or refund would be as per hotel rules.

Please call us for special packages.
Bangalore - OC - 245 kms, Mysore to OC - 100 kms. Mangalore to OC - 170 kms.

Bangalore - Srirangapatna- Deviation to Bird Sanctuary ( also known as Ranganthittu) - Yelwal - Hunsur bye pass - Periyapatna - Cross the town and after 2-3 kms take a deviation to Siddapur at the fork. There is a signage right there.

Nagarhole was ruled by the Lingayat kings of Kodagu and their feudatories until the British colonial administration established hegemony in the 1850s, soon after the defeat of Tipu Sultan of Mysore. The presence of derelict irrigation tanks suggests that there were agricultural enclaves within the forested landscape. While the Lingayat kings maintained nominal control, the forests were considered common property and swidden agriculture (slash and burn technique) and collection of forest produce by the tribes residing within the forested landscape was widespread..

The colonial administration established the Forest Department in 1860 with a mandate to restrict forest burning, control swidden agriculture, prevent agricultural encroachments, carry out sustainable harvest of timber and to raise teak plantations. From the 1890s, the forests were gradually demarcated and notified as government owned reserved forests.

After Indian independence, the Govt. of India laid great emphasis on the production of food and the harvesting of timber, which led to the importation and settlement of tribal and non- tribal groups into the hadlus or swampy clearings, to provide cheap labour for forestry operations and for the cultivation of rice. In 1955, a 285 sq km area was gazetted as the Nagarhole Game Sanctuary. The same was extended in 1974 with some reserved forests from the Mysore district being added to bring the total area to the present 644 sq km. This was also accorded the status of a National Park in 1974.


The river Kabini originates in the Wayanad district of Kerala, flows eastward to join the river Cauvery, which empties into the Bay of Bengal. This is the largest river in the Nagarhole National Park and was dammed in 1974 for an irrigation project. This becomes the life-giving source for the park during the summer months, attracting the largest concentration of Asiatic Elephants and other herbivores. The river separates Bandipur and Nagarhole National Parks.