Bannerghatta National Park, Bangalore

About Bannerghatta National Park

Established in 1972 just as a mini-zoo, it grew up to a huge biological park and currently spreads over 105 sq. km. Located around 22 kilometers south of Bangalore, the park is one of the profound and renowned parks in India.

Its aim is to conserve the wild animals that are slowly getting extinct. It mainly houses elegant Bengal tigers, exquisite white tigers and panthers among others. The main attractions of this park are the tiger and lion safari, and the beat safari. Latest addition to the above is a Butterfly Park, which also happens to be the first of its kind in India.

Entry Fare

Rs. 60 - 100  per person for adults (Zoo).   
Rs. 30 - 50  per person for children (Zoo).   
Rs. 40 - 60  per person for senior citizens (Zoo).   
Rs. 150 - 200  per person for adults (Grand Safari).   
Rs. 70 - 100  per person for Children (Grand Safari).   
Rs. 100 - 150  per person for Senior Citizens (Grand Safari).   
Rs. 25 - 50  per person for adults (Butterfly Park).   
Rs. 15 - 20  per person for children (Butterfly Park).   
Rs. 70 - 100  per person for adults (Long Trek).
Rs. 30 - 50  per person for children (Long Trek).   
Rs. 55 - 80  per person for senior citizens (Long Trek).   
Rs. 45 - 80  per person for adults (Short Trek).
Rs. 20 - 40  per person for children (Short Trek).   
Rs. 30 - 50  per person for senior citizens (Short Trek).
Rs. 50 - 80  per person 30 mins (Boating).
Rs. 250 - 300  per boat 30 mins (Boating).  
Rs. 500 - 600  per person for AC Bus (Special Trips for Safari).
Rs. 2,500 - 2,700  per person for Jeep (Special Trips for Safari).   
Rs. 25 - 50  per still camera.
Rs. 200 - 300  per camcorder.


9:00 AM - 5:00 PM - all days of week (except Tuesday)

Minimum Visiting Hours

4 - 5 hours.


Bannerghatta Road, Bannerghatta, Bangalore, Karnataka 560083

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