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All days of the week except Tuesday 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM (Zoo) 10:00 AM - 4:30 PM Grand Safari (Tiger Lion Bear & Herbivore safari) 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM (Butterfly Park) 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM (Boating)
Zoo, a planted Aquarium, Snake House, Butterfly Enclosure
80 per person for adults (Zoo) 40 per person for children aged between 6 and 12 years (Zoo) 50 per person for senior citizens 60 years and above (Zoo) 260 per person for adults (Grand Safari) 130 per person for children (Grand Safari) 150 per person for senior citizens (Grand Safari) 30 per person for adults (Butterfly Park) 20 per person for children and senior citizens (Butterfly Park) 400 per adult Foreigners (Non-SAARC countries) 300 per child Foreigners (Non-SAARC countries) 60 per person 30 mins (Boating trip and hiring) 500 per adult and senior citizen for AC Bus (Special Trips for Safari) 300 per child for AC Bus (Special Trips for Safari) 2,500 per trip for Jeep Service (Special Trips for Safari) 25 per still camera 200 per video camera
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Bannerghatta National Park

The Bannerghatta National Park in Bangalore was established in 1971. It is a very famous tourist destination with a zoo, a planted Aquarium, Snake House, Butterfly Enclosure and a small pet corner. The Bannerghatta National Park also has ancient temples which are still worshipped by the tourists coming to the park. The park is spread over a large area of 22 kilometers, which encloses six villages within its boundary. The very popular Suvarnamukhi stream runs through the park which is said to have magical curative properties in it. A part of the Bannerghatta National Park has been has been declared as a Biological Reserve for the conservation of rare species like Indian tigers and lions. The Bannerghatta National Park is the first biological park in India in which Elephants can roam around in an area of 122 acres without any chains, as because the whole forest has been fenced and has been designed by the elephant behavior expert Carol Buckley.
Shoumava A Sengupta
A small trip to Bannerghatta national park, a magnificent and rambling collection of wildlife, flora and fauna. The tag line itself states a lot 'Save us to save yourself'. A very resourceful site for wildlife lovers. The safari includes a bear safari, tiger & lion safari and a herbivorous safari along with a small butterfly park and the regular zoo. While in most national parks you can see the animals from a distance, this one offers a close view of a of lot your favorite herbivores and carnivores. A tiger nudging it's nose against the bus tires or a lazy grumbling bear crossing the road shaking it's head mindlessly or a sleepy lion hiding somewhere behind the bushes, shying away from onlookers, it's all there. The trip is economical and short, lasting for around 45 mins to an hour with some really nice close encounters. I have been to the Borivali national park waiting to see a single lion for more than 8 years in vain. This one is far better for close encounters, worth the visit and the money. 260 bucks for the entire tour including the 3 safaris, zoo and the butterfly park
Soma Shekar
Anushka Rathee
Your trip to Bangalore isn't successful if you haven't had a grand safari at the Bannarghatta National Park. The costs of tickets vary, but the grand safari costs you Rs 210 including the entry charges. Bannarghatta national park is as good as it gets unlike other national parks in the country there about 98% chance of you sighting a tiger- white or otherwise. Other than the royal-bengal tigers the park also boasts of - elephants, gaur, leopard, jackal, wild boar, sloth bear, sambar, spotted and barking deer, and other such animals and a 101 bird species. The same ticket is permissible to the Zoo park to see the all other animals like Crocodile, Python, snakes, Tortoise, Fox, Leopard, Monkey, Hippo, Peacock, crane parrot and other birds.