Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary

Why?
  • A patchwork of dense shola forests set contrastingly with grasslands!!
  • A place with an unusual geography, harbouring a great variety of life.
  • A part of the Western Ghats, named after its highest peak, Brahmagiri.
  • Rare species of mammals, reptiles and birds can be spotted here.
  • Also, bamboos are cultivated here.
  • An important elephant corridor.
  • A perfect habitat for wildlife.
  • Mammals in the Sanctuary include Lion-tailed Macaque, Elephant, Gaur, Tiger, Jungle Cat, Leopard Cat, Wild Dog, Sloth Bear, Wild Pig, Sambar, Spotted Deer, Nilgiri Langur, Slender Loris, Bonnet Macaque etc.
Location
  • 88 km from Madikeri Bus Stand (Nearby Nagarhole National Park, separated only by coffee plantations)
Timing
  • 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Entrance Fee
  • Rs.200 (Indians)
  • Rs.1000 (Foreigners)
  • Rs.200 (Trekking)
  • Rs.500 (Guide)
Restaurants nearby
  • Tender Chicken
Gallery
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