The places of tourist attractions are
Gopalswamy betta (Hill) temple is located at 5km from Bandipur National Park . A god by name Venugopala shrine atop this hill.
Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary is a combined Sanctuary with Bandipur National Park which is located at 12km on south side of Bandipur. Mudumalai wildlife sanctuary was the first sanctuary in south India . The land is extremely varied with hills, valleys, narrow valleys, waterways and swamps. It includes of tropical moist deciduous forests, dry deciduous forests and scrub forests.
Mysore Palace and city is located at 77km from Bandipur National Park . It is a great historic place to visit that leaves a memorable and remarkable journey. The palace presents a spectacle of breathtaking beauty.
Brindavan gardens are located at 90km from Bandipur National Park at the KR Sagar Dam [Kannambadi]. Brindavan Gardens is one of the best gardens in South India . Its spread over 150 acres, Special attractions include the 'Dancing Fountains' and the entire garden is restored with new fountains and lights.
Ooty Hill station also known as “Queen of Hill Stations” is located at 70km from Bandipur National Park . It's a place with many hair-raising curves, fearful tunnels and chugs, gurgling and tea gardens. The scenery is breathtaking, awe-inspiring and fantastic.
Ranganathittu Birds Sanctuary
Ranganathittu Birds Sanctuary is located at 88km from Bandipur National Park which is famous to watch exclusive birds.
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