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Bannerghatta Nature Camp - Bannerghatta

Bannerghatta Nature Camp

Bannerghatta on the outskirts of bangalore city ( 45kms) is a 25000 acre nature reserve. Bannerghatta is the place where the forest department rehabilitates lions, tigers and other animals rescued from exploitive environments. You can spot wild elephants regularly apart from bonnet macaque, spotted deer, barking deer, slow loris, wild boar, porcupine, palm squirrel and jackal. A bird watcher's delight with the place being abode to over 200 species of birds like purple sunbird, spotted owlet, horned owl, honey buzzard, loten's sunbird, small green barbet etc. Activities could be guided trek to herbivorous park, preferential entry into " Grand Safari" - visit to lion, tiger and the bear enclosures, star gazing, zoo visit. Temp. would be around 15 to 28 deg. C. most of the time. Food consists of both veg and non veg dishes, served from south and north indian spread.

Room Type Plan Tariff
Log Huts AP 5,600.00
Swiss Tent AP 3,800.00
Dormitory AP 1,300.00
Day Visit - Per person Lunch & Tea 800.00
Day Visit - Foreigner Lunch & Tea 2,000.00

The above tariff is valid from 1st Feb 12 till 15th Sep 12.

Tariff is per person per night on twin sharing basis. Check in 12 noon & check out 11 am.

Cost includes stay, all meals, Lion - Tiger - bear safari, guided nature walk, visit to the zoo, forest entry fees & taxes. Airconditioning in the rooms will be extra at a cost of Rs. 250 per person for indian, Euro 20 for foreigners in log huts only.

Children below 5 years of age complimentary. Children between 5 to 12 years will be charged at 50% of the tariff.

Children above 12 years considered as an adult.
Foreign nationals is Rs. 8200 for loghut & 7700 for tent.

Single occupancy charges will be Rs. 3800 for log hut, Rs. 2900 for swiss tent for indians & 5650 for swiss tent.

Cancellation or postponement of booking, subject to hotel rules.

Tariff is subject to change without notice.

Bannerghatta nature camp is situated within the campus of Bannerghatta biological park, 45 kms from bangalore city, requiring around 1 1/2 hours to drive.