With kids Zoo is always fun. Bannerghatta Zoo is relatively small. It was too crowded when we visited it. The play area isnt maintained absolutely.
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It is very impressive to see white and yellow tigers as well as lions lying in the sun. However, for those who may have attempted a real safari in the wild, it does not feel quite the same- still animals are not quite wild in...More
How a simple but brilliant idea. Make a National Park .Have roads all over .Have fixed feeding areas / watering holes as a result the animals would be nearby and can be seen very conviniently by the tourists in their caged buses / vehicles .Chances...More
1. The key attraction is plenty of fat tigers that are freely roaming around 2. The bus quality is pathetic and window grills seriously block the view 3. The upkeep of the zoo with caged animals is pathetic In short, a great opportunity wasted.
the national park is divided in basically three sections : the zoo, the butterfly park and the safari. we went in aug 2017 1st week and the weather was pleasant which is usual for bangalore weather. Safari is a must to do, but the waiting...More
Bannerghatta national park is one of the must sees in Bangalore. The trip organised by buses or jeeps is really amazing, you get to see wilds sitting just besides your vehicle, very close. It is an amazing experience, even second time. Butterfly park is great...More
Visited this place with family & friends. Forest buses give ride of national park. You will get to see white tiger, lion, bengal tiger, elephants, deer. No need to take snacks with you. Everything is available here. Zoo is much better than national park. In...More
Bannerghatta national Park protects animals in it's own habitat. Safari is must. It costs around RS.230/- for adults. This includes the tickets for the zoo. Safari consisted of 4 reserves- lion, tiger, elephant and bears. Zoo had my other variety of animals. Also the butterfly...More