Bannerghatta National Park is one of India’s best-preserved animal sanctuaries and a must-see attraction in Bangalore. There’s a lot to see here, including the Grand Safari, which takes you deep into the forest, the Butterfly Park, the Butterfly & Animal Museum, and the Zoo.
This park’s main attractions include bears, lions, white tigers, Bengal tigers, white peacocks, and many other endangered species.
1. Reach the Kempegowda BMTC bus stand by 9AM morning.
2. Board bus no.365 or 365J from platform number 17, which directly goes to the Bannerghatta national park.
3. If you live in the Whitefield area of Bangalore, take bus no.335 from Hope Farm to Marathahalli bridge, then bus no.500C to Jayadeva hospital junction and then bus no.365 to the park.
4. If you want to go on the Grand Safari, which includes the Bear Safari, Tiger Safari, Lion Safari, Herbivorous Safari, and the Zoo, go to the main ticket counter and pay Rs.260/person.
5. Pay Rs.25 for camera & Rs. 120 for video camera.
6. Pay Rs.80/person if you want to see only the zoo & not the Safari.
7. If you want to visit the Butterfly Park, walk up to the entrance and pay Rs.25/person and Rs.25 for a camera (If not paid at the main gate)
8. Discounts are available for children aged 5 to 12 years (Rs.130), under 5 years (free), senior citizens over 60 years (Rs. 160, ID proof required) and physically handicapped, and foreign citizens can pay in US dollars.
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