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Bannerghata National Park

This 25,000 acre park is home to panthers, lions, tigers and a large variety of birds. Indulge your sense of adventure with a lion and tiger safari. You could also wander through the Zoological Garden, with its canopy of shady and sturdy trees, find a quiet resting spot beside a pond and watch waterfowl frolic. It covers an area of 104 sq kms, including ten reserve forests of Anekal Range of the Bangalore Forest Division. covering an area of 104.27sq km,  Established in 1971, the Bannerghata National Park, in Karnataka, lies twenty two kms from Bangalore.

These hills spread out to a huge rock, about a kilometre long. The temple enshrines an image of Vishnu with his consorts Sridevi and Bhudevi. The Suvarnamukhi hill also houses a small shrine dedicated to Narasimha, and two kms away is the Suvarnamukhi pond. The Champaka Dharna Swamy temple built in the Dravidian style of the Hoysala age, lies at the foot of the rock. Visiting hours are: 09:00am to 05:00pm. Closed on Tuesdays. You can also find 100 different species of birds. The hills surrounding the area give a paranomic view of park.


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