Port Blair Travel Information Guide – A Heady Mixture of Nature and History


Andaman and Nicobar islands- probably the most beautiful island on the earth, nestled in the heart of the Bay of Bengal, and a fascinating spot for the travel enthusiasts.  This archipelago truly offers a tranquil and out of the world holiday experience for any kind of travelers. The virgin beaches here are simply paradise for the honeymoon couples who head out here. The numerous small islands here offer endless sightseeing spots and countless adventure sports to indulge in.

Port Blair- the capital city of Andaman offers a wide range of tourist attractions and awe striking historical monuments. The land offers something for any kind of travelers, be it nature, history, and culture. Being the starting point of many of the Andaman trips, this boasts of plenty gorgeous places to discover. When you travel to Andaman with some Exciting Andaman tour packages offered by Andaman Great Escapes, this would be your Key pit stop, which will never go to disappoint the traveler in you.  You can simply revel in the turquoise water, have some adventure activities, or get to know the real culture and history of this place. Here are some of the best picks for your day at Port Blair.

Best time to visit- Between October and March, The land is blessed with a tropical climate all around the year, but the sightseeing and other tourist activities are not highly recommended during the monsoon season which happens between June and September. There would be many deals and offered during this offseason also.

How to reach–  You can reach the capital city of Port Blair from all the major cities of India including Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai etc.

Best stay option in Port Blair–  There are many top class resorts and hotels available in this capital city of Andaman. Some of the best picks are Seashell, Sinclairs Bayview, J hotel, fortune resort bay island, hotel Sentinel etc.

Places For History Lovers

Port Blair is home to some of the best historical places in the archipelago. Here are some of the must visit.

Cellular Jail


This prison turned museum is one of the most important historical places in the entire archipelago, popularly renowned as Kaalapani. This place now remains as the testimonial of the freedom struggle of our freedom fighters during the colonial era.  This has become a national memorial that gives insight into the depth of the Indian freedom struggle and is one of the most important places to visit in the city of Port Blair.  As the name indicates, the architecture of this place is different to the normal solitary cells, where once our political leaders were used to get exiled and executed.

  • Entry Timings- Between 9 am and 12 pm, between 1 pm and 4 30 pm (not opened on Mondays and public holidays)
  • Entry fee- INR 10 per adults and INR 100 for taking video.
  • Main attractions- The light and sound show in the evening. During this show, you would get to known the tales of the place in perspective of a peepal tree that stood to witness all the atrocities done by the British rulers. The voice used for the Peepal tree is the legendary actor Om Puri.
  • Light and sound show time- Show in Hindi( Two Shows each day at 18:00 and 19:15), on Monday, Wednesday and Friday the second show is in English

Japanese Bunkers

This is yet another historical sight in Andaman that stood as a reminiscent of the World War second.   These were attested to a time When the islands were attempted by a siege. These can be also seen other places like Corbyn’s Cove beach and Ross Island.

Chatham Sawmill

Here you can witness the rustic beauty of the glorious pre-independence day and is a prominent place to visit apart from the usual picturesque sightseeing spots and beach destinations.  This place was built during the colonial time in 1883 and still a popular wood processor in Asia. For anyone who wishes to visit a unique place rather than the typical tourist places, this would be a good option.  You can easily club this place with your Incredible Andaman tour packages from Ahmadabad for a delightful day at the capital city.

  • Attractions- Here you can see the Japanese bomb crater which dates back to world war second, you can also shop for unique woodworks as souvenirs to take back home.
  • Entry Timings- Between 9 am and 16:00 on weekdays and Between 9:00 and 14:30 on Saturdays
  • Entry fee- INR 10 per head

Best spots for a Beach Holiday

Corbyn’s Cove Beach

For a delightful sun basking and swimming experience, head out to Corbyn’s Cove beach, which is located at a distance of 7 kilometers on the South part of the town and can be reached easily in 30 minutes. This would be a perfect spot to include in tour Port Bliar sightseeing spots, where you can spend some relaxing time among the tranquil backdrop.

Chidiya Tapu

For all bird lovers out there, this would be the perfect spot to add in your itinerary Exotic Andaman tour packages from Delhi. The place is noted for its magnificent sunset view and also offers incredible views of the coastline. You can witness more than 40 varied species of birds in here.  You can also have a picnic out at the Munda Pahar Beach near this place. Spend some leisure time on the beach enjoying the view or collect some unique shells and attractive blue corals on the beach.  You can also go for a trek up to reach Munda Pahar, which would be a pleasant retreat.

  • How to reach – The place is located at a distance of 25 kilometers from Port Blair and can be easily reached by the road in private vehicles.

Best Museums

Samudrika Marine Museum


This is one among the famous museums in Port Blair and is the best spot for the archaeological and marine life enthusiasts.  This is a must see spot in Andaman that can be easily clubbed with your Andaman tour packages. The place is well maintained and also offer many informative pieces of information about the marine life, people here, the history of islands, archeology and so on. The place is well maintained by the Navy and exhibits a lot of crabs, fish species, sculptures and corals, the skeleton of a blue whale on entrance etc.

  • Entry Timings- Between 9:00 and 13:00 and between 14:00 and 17:00 (Tuesday to Sunday)
  • Entry fee- INR 50 per head

Anthropological Museum

This would be the perfect spot for having a look back to the world of native tribes of this archipelago. The fascinating world of the Jarawas, Nicobarese, onges, shops, Sentinelese are displayed here. This would be an informative walk through the historical and cultural artifacts of Andaman islands.  The exhibits of the murals and sculptures here offer an insight into the lifestyle of the indigenous tribes of the islands.  For every art enthusiast, this is a must seen spot in Port Bliar.  Photography is not allowed inside the place.

  • Entry timing- Between 9:00 and 1:30 and between 13:30 and 16:30 (Tuesday to Sunday)
  • Entry fee- INR 20 per head

Fisheries Museum

Here you can witness a fascinating exhibit oof the endemic marine life of the archipelago and in the Pacific region.  You can view more than 350 species of marine life in here, that are found only in this union territory. You can also indulge in many watersports at the Rajiv Gandhi water sports complex nearby this place.  You can’t click pictures inside the place.

  • Entry Timings- Between 9:00 and 16:45(Tuesday to Sunday). Not opened on second Saturdays

Zoological Survey of India Museum

This would be the absolute delight for nature lovers and stand out from the rest of the museums here. It offers a lot of zoological stuff and information for the nature enthusiasts and showcases many marine specimens, bird species, and mammals.

  • Entry Timings- Between 9:00 and 17:00 (Tuesday to Sunday )

Where to shop in Port Blair

Sagarika Emporium

This can be the best spot for a souvenir shopping experience in Andaman that is located at the heart of the city of Port Blair and should be definitely on your Best honeymoon packages for Andaman.  You can collect some of the best gifts for your friends and families from here. There are varied collections of beautiful art pieces, Bangles from coconut shells, Lampshades, murals, decorative stuff, available here reasonable rates.

Best Spots for sightseeing near Port Blair

Sippighat Agricultural farm

This fine farm that can be entitled as a mistress of spice varieties if located on the way to wandoor near Port Blair.  The place is spread over an area of more than 80 acres and is a cultivation spot for the spices. You can have delightful nature walks and witness beautiful demonstrations of farming that will fascinate you.

Mount Harriet

This is marked as the highest peak in the South Andaman and is located at a distance of 15 km from the city of Port Blair.  You can have amazing views of Ross and Havelock Islands from this peak and also there are an option to go for trekking till Madhuban through dense forests, that covers around 16 kilometers.  The backside of the Indian 20 rupee note contains a view from Mount Harriet.

Jolly Buoy and Red Skin Islands


This would be the perfect options to include in the Andaman tour packages for all the adventure lovers out there.  The place can be easily reached from the Mahatma Gandhi National Park and boast of exquisite marine life. The Jolly Buoy Island is one among the best spot to indulge in Scuba diving in Andaman. You can also witness fascinating views of abundant corals in here by taking part in Snorkeling, glass bottom boat ride, scuba diving etc.  The best time to visit here is between December and May. The place is a no plastic area.

Wandoor and Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park

Here you can have the fascinating experience of the glass bottom boat ride, that will let you view the exquisite marine life. The place is best known for its idyllic charm and serene ambiance. Wandoor is the gateway to the Mahatma Gandhi National park which is aimed at protecting the marine life of the archipelago.  You can enjoy some of the best water sports in Andaman in here including snorkeling, scuba diving etc.  The glass bottom rides are available from Jolly buoy up to red skin islands.There are Amazing Andaman tour packages from Hyderabad, Bangalore, and all other major parts of the country are available, which will let you have a complete hassle free travel by taking care of all your travel amenities. There are also shipping services available to reach here from Chennai, Kolkata etc.

For Island Hopping Near Port Blair

For island hopping near the capital city, the best picks would be a North Bay Island, Ross Island, and Viper Island, which are all located few miles within the capital city and can be easily clubbed together and cover in one day.  The orcs Island can be described as the absolute ghost town in the archipelago. This place boasts of the ancient glory and you can still the reminiscent artifacts like a graveyard, ruined church and many other buildings in European style. The place was then served as the headquarters for the British and now offer as a prominent tourist attraction in Andaman.

For all the water babies out there, the North Bay island would you perfect hideout place, You can explore many unique corals and relive in the panoramic natural settings here. The most practiced activities here include scuba diving and snorkeling.

Viper Island holds some historical importance, as during British era the women prisoners were kept here. This is yet another must see a spot near Port Blair.

Andaman holds a lot of other sightseeing spots, secluded getaways, thrilling activities for all kind of visitors.  People from all over the world come here to experience different things. Some search for adventure when some to get insight about the unique marine life and tribal communities. Whatever your interest are this paradise of an island would never cease to entice you with its treasures.

Discover the fascinating Backwater secrets with Delightful Kerala Backwater Packages

Have you ever imagined the exquisiteness of experiencing the nature through a scene houseboat cruising? Then Kerala backwaters are the best option for you. For making that experience a completely hassle free one, Lifemadeasy, one of the top tour operators in Kerala like Lifemadeasy offer you Delightful Kerala backwater packages, that comes in varied budgets and duration.  The backwaters of Kerala is noted for its picturesque locations, scenic beauty, amusing climate, lovely scenery, world class resorts and so on. Here are some of the fascinating experiences to have with your Kerala backwater cruise.

Witness the art of coir making
coir making
The backwater villages in Kerala produce a 60% of the total world supply of the coir market. If you are wondering, Coir is the fiber obtained from the dry coconut shell. In Kerala, this coir fiber is used to make many fascinating things. Many beautiful handicrafts are made out of these including coir mats, ropes, mattresses and many artistical items. So make a plan to stroll around the backwater villages during your trip to one of them and witness the art of the locals making coir ropes in a specific way using their hands with the help of weaving wheels. The coir holds many natural properties which make it strong and this texture and strength are brought into the life with the skillful hands of the craftsmen here. So do not miss out on the interesting stories that these coir villages have to tell.  It has become a part of the day to day life of the people here and is a main livelihood for the women here. You really have to observe the process to feel the bond of those involved in the process.

Other than coir, you can see many of the people here making abundant of handicraft items, that are made out screw pin, count leaves, and so on.  So if you want to feel the real cottage industry kind of experience, you would have to take a village tour and you will be welcomed by utmost hospitality everywhere. You can see how lovingly the people here take care of each other and live in complete harmony and oneness. To feel the real beauty of it, you got to see the life through their eyes.

Best spot- Coir museum in Alleppey

The unique bio-diversity of backwaters

The backwaters of Kerala are blessed with a rich yet unique biodiversity that will fascinate anyone who drops a visit. You can witness a rich assemblage of exquisite flora and fauna which are preserved by preventing the salty sea water from mixing up with the fresh backwaters. The livelihood of many communities revolves around this rich aquatic life of the fresh lake water. As you sail through those vast sandals you would often spot large herd odd ducks quaking and moving across the lake guided by the shepherded men on small local boats. Another exciting sight is the men dive deep into the water and come back with a vast collection. And the other men cast their nets in the traditional way in cane baskets to catch fish and water shrimps. There are plenty of frogs, crabs, mudskippers and much other aquatic life to make the whole scene more lively and the leafy water plants add a green hue to the whole scene.

Best spot- The backwaters of Vembanad and its surroundings wetlands are considered to be of international importance due to its unique biodiversity.

The paradise for the bird watchers

Another thing that makes the backwaters stand out is the plethora of bird species that migrate here in peak seasons. You have to plan ahead your  Excellent Kerala houseboat packages, itinerary so that you could visit here during the months between November and February to take up a trek along the Kumarakom bird sanctuary to spot some rare bird species. There are also more than 100 species of native birds that you will get to see here. The major ones are the egrets, Siberian storks, darters, teal and the heron. As you stroll along the endless paddy fields you would be fascinated to see a group of parrots flocks here and there and along dawn spreading a thick blanket along the sight.

Indulge in amazing cuisine

The typical Kerala cuisine- the real backwater bounty is a must try for a complete backwater experience in Kerala.  there is some unpretentious appeal to the food you would find here. A typical meal is usually served in green banana leaf and one has to eat with his or her fingers to do it in full Kerala style.   There are many popular spicy seafood items like shrimp fry or grilled, fish curry with tapioca, made in traditional earthen pots will have a unique flavor. These are few of the traditional favorites of the Keralites. For a light supper, Keralites prefer Kanji along with the layer of chutney and do not forget to try out the most popular Karimeen polichathu, a local variety fish item.

Where to experience – Like all other Kerala authentic cuisine, the Kerala backwater cuisine also revolves around the coconut, rice, seafood and so on.  You can try all these with the Exotic Kerala houseboat packages that you would be signing in for. And if you choose to spend some leisure time at some of the top class resorts here, then they would have restaurants that provide you with all kind of cuisines. You can experience these from various small authentic food joints in the villages also. Or choose to stay at homestays and request for the host to prepare some dishes which may not be found in standard menus of the restaurants. The houseboat cruise can be complimented with such food delights of the land.

Feel the heart of the backwaters by a village tour

Taking up a houseboat cruise won’t let you see the heart of the backwater lives. You have to go for an authentic village life for that. Navigate the canals in a countryside boat and come across those backwater villagers doing their day to day life activities like farming, fishing, toddy tapping and so on. These village people will also showcase many traditional ways of engaging in activities like bow and arrow fishing, organic farming, coir making and so on.  These village tours will be insightful and also let you try out these things by yourself. At some area, you would see and feel the alluring simplicity of this world which is untouched by the artificiality of the urban world.

Where to experience– Kumarakom is one of the popular spots to have a village life experience along with your backwater cruise. The village life experience at Kumarakom is renowned as an innovative community-based tourism model by UNWTO. These would be more like some guided experience that will let you have benefits of village tourism and the people and their lifestyle will give anyone some invaluable experience, which they can’t have anywhere else in the world. There would be trained guides to assist you throughout your tour and take you from one allocation to another where you would get opportunities to learn all these from the local people itself by interacting with them, and then you would get the true essence of the land and a fully immersive travel experience.


Trivandrum, the History Hub of Kerala

An excellent base to explore the interior of Kerala with its spacious layout and regulated life, the capital city Trivandrum is built on seven low coastal hills and has an interesting mixing of tree-lined avenues, ancestral homes, massive buildings and a long seacoast washed by the waves of the Arabian Sea. Trivandrum city treasures many erecting of historical importance and reservations. Considered as one of the loveliest cities in Kerala, the capital city is clean and green but more than a tourist place, the city depicts the historic whereabouts in the past. On skinning through Amazing Kerala tourism packages try to plan a visit to the capital city of Kerala.



One of the oldest zoos in India located in the heart of temple city is flourished with the museum and botanical gardens are oldest of their kind in the country. The visionary behind its construction is Swathi Tirunal Maharaja, the illustrious king and music composer who had ruled Travancore early and he had a good collection of animals like elephants, horses breed in his horse breeding centers. The park also had tigers, panthers, cheetahs, deer and a lioness.


His brother, Marthanda Varma has taken control over the zoo later and with the support of on British general, they incorporated a museum here and the museum was thrown open to the public in September 1857 but as it could in itself attract people much, a zoo and park were established in 1859. The zoo is also bordered by botanical gardens unique for its vibrant landscapes and luxuriant growth of vegetation. Tourists from different places visit the zoo and museum as it provides a respite for them more than offering tourism and recreation. The lofty trees of royal look towered by bamboos and lush green landscapes account for its breathtaking beauty.

zoo trivandrum

More than being a tourist spot, currently the Zoo is serving the purpose of conservation and education implying captive breeding of rare and endangered animals and birds. The ambience of the zoo is just like providing a natural habitat for the animals so that they don’t feel captive. Visit this zoo for getting a feeling of being present at jungle where animals are around. Soon check out Exiting Kerala tour packages with price. The zoo houses varieties of primates like macaques, langurs and lion tailed macaque, Nilgiri Langurs which are endemic to the Western Ghats and are endangered. The animals live in highly socialized groups and are intelligent. There are herbivores who occupy different niche to avoid competition amongst themselves like rhinoceros, hippopotamus, hog deer and prolific sambar. Good collection of endemic and exotic birds are present here along with water birds like storks, pelicans, egrets, herons and cranes housed in a natural habitat. There are added the advantage of an aviary and reptile house, an aquarium nearby on the beach presents a selection of fishes and other marine creatures.


art ga;;ert

An art gallery named Chithira Art Gallery situated within the museum compound ha collections of the works of Raja Ravi Varma, a pioneer in Indian art. Roerich landscapes work from the Tanjore School of arts, copies of Rajput and Mughal paintings and copies of paintings from Ajanta caves are the notable collections here. Museum also houses miniature painting from China, Japan, Bali and Tibet. The museum was opened to the public by the erstwhile king of Travancore, Sri Chithira Thirunal in 1935 for the enjoyment and developing artistic traits of people. The royal house of Travancore and Kilimanoor Royal family has presented generously a large collection of paintings to the gallery. The king tried to collect rare pieces of arts and literature from different parts of the world to present bin this art gallery.


angelos fort

The fort which played a major role in Anglo-Mysore War is located at here in the outskirts of Trivandrum city. East India Company made this fort and is a good location for signaling ships. This place is 12 kilometre south of Varkala. Once it was the permanent place of British administration. From the lighthouse nearby, wonderful sight can be enjoyed.


east fort

In order to safeguard the erstwhile Trivandrum city, Travancore rulers have made this fort which has the famous Sri Padmanabha Swamy Temple at its heart. It has got its name as the entrance was to the east side and there lays a famous palace called as a kuthira Mallika palace. Earlier the city was inside this fort and some of the parts got ruined. As an added attraction there is a Ganesha temple inside the fort.



Set amidst lavishly wooded beautiful gardens, the Napier museum has a striking building with a unique architectural design is a wealth of bronze and stone sculpture also an exhibition of modern handicrafts from the state design centre. The Natural history exposition is a collection of stuffed animals and birds, skeletons and fossil remains. The Napier Museum was based on a very beautiful form of domestic art and started in the year 1857; the museum was the idea of J.A Brown, then director of the Trivandrum Observatory and general William Cullen, the then British resident. The catching attraction in this museum is that of the sword of great and first Martyrs of Indian freedom struggle, Velu Thampi Dhalava, the precious heirloom presented to kind of Kilimanoor palace on his military expedition to Mannadi and later handed over to the president of India. Currently, it is displayed here. Extravagant wood carvings, stone sculptures and coin collections are the key elements of interest in this museum. Exploring this museum with your family including children to inculcate good knowledge to them on ancient artifacts and history, family tour packages to Kerala allows on to visit these places effectively.


sree chitra enclave

Located in the museum compound in Trivandrum, Sree Chithira enclave is actually a personal museum which has started functioning in 1993 in the memory of Sree Chithira Tirunal Bala Rama Varma who was the last Maharaja of Travancore depicts the history of the royal family of Travancore and its contributions to the growth of Kerala. the chariots used by king and queen along with medals, stamps, coins, swords and other belongings of the royal family is exhibited here. The socio-cultural history, geography and evolution of Travancore state is clearly narrated here. The real stories of past are interestingly narrated through a series of narrative mural paintings.


st trivandrum

A must be visited place for children and students is located near Mascot hotel, offers an insight into the impressive growth achieved by India in scientific and technological fields. A planetarium is working inside the museum which is the first hybrid planetarium in India with tilted dome for presenting astronomical classes with a live show. This is the biggest projection screen in South India having provision for projecting night sky of any location on earth at any point of time using an optomechanical projector.

With these mentions, it is evident that more than a tourist spot of beaches and hills, Trivandrum is actually the history hub of Kerala preserved efficiently inculcating new technologies.


Some Serene Places to Visit Near Wayanad on a Refreshing Kerala Trip


Comparing to the Northern part of India, South India is really vibrant and charming and there are many enchanting hideout places that are blessed by the vastness of the Western Ghats. Wayanad is one such places in Kerala, where you can find some of the greenest parts and most vibrant holiday spots, which can be easily clubbed with Stunning Kerala tour packages with price, that are offered by many recognized tour operators like Seasonz India Holidays, to provide the travel enthusiasts a completely hassle free travel.  There are many hidden gems of green paradises near Wayanad that you may even have not heard of yet.  Madikeri, Nilgiris, Kannur, Bandipur, Kozhikode are some of those places that encompass the spectacular views of nature and can be a real paradise for nature enthusiasts. All these destinations are easily reachable from Wayanad within a 150 km range, which will take the only maximum up to 4 hours to cover. Here are some of the best picks. These would be the perfect spots for an unplanned trip, which are tucked in the Western Ghats.

Thusharagiri Waterfalls- Calicut

How to reach

By road- 49 km from Wayanad

Duration of trip- 1.5 hr

This mystic waterfall in Kozhikode where you can listen to the whistling of the woods holds some of the most scenic environs in the Western Ghats. The Chalippuzha river is what separate into this gushing currents and as the name indicates, the nearby Thusahragiri mist covered mountains, is another fascinating spot to witness.

The trek up to reach here can be exciting for you. As you enter the forest region you would see the Mazhavil Chatham falls, Erattumukku falls and the Thanni Muthassi, lie within a 500 m range. All these surrounding places are rich in bio-diversity where you can witness exotic flora and fauna. These are one among the lesser known falls near Wayanad, which can easily combine with the itinerary with Kerala tour packages.

You can trek up into the woods to reach the falls, and the nearest town is Kidenchery which is located at a distance of 11 km.

Nearby attractions- Kozhikode Backwaters, Lokanarkavu Temple, Kappad beach, Kadalundi bird sanctuary, Beypore beach, Thamarassery churam.

Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary- Kodagu

Distance- 50 km from Wayanad

Duration of trip-1.5 hr


This would be your perfect one-day trip spot near Wayanad.  During your Kerala trip, plan a one-day picnic to the scenic Brahmagiri wildlife sanctuary in Kodagu, which is yet another lesser known exotic place to visit near Wayanad.  This would be an idyllic spot to explore with friends or for a picnic day with your family. The sanctuary offers rich biodiversity and many verdant peaks that offer amazing views. The place is located at a height of 1607 m above the sea level and the park is one of the highest points in the sanctuary.  The place is also perfect for trekking.

Brahmagiri is more like a border between Karnataka and Kerala and the trek to reach here can start from Thirunelli, but you need permission from the forest officer before beginning the trek.

Best time to visit- Between December and February

Nearby attractions- Iruppu falls, Thirunelli temple, Pakshipathalam

Vavul Mala and Vellarimala- Kozhikode

Distance- 61 km from Wayanad

Duration- 2 hr


To sweep into the wilderness add these place with your Kerala tour packages from Bangalore and other cities. This place is also known as one of the toughest treks in the entire South India and yet another hidden spot near Wayanad.  You would feel the sounds and smell of nature and the crisp mountain air piercing your senses as you trek along the mountains.

You can start the trek from the Muthappanpuzha village nearby which is situated at a distance of 4 km away from Kozhikode. This place can be easily reached via Thamarassery churam.  The route will also let you savor amazing views of deep forests and landscapes. This would be an ideal pick for camping with a group and an adventure trek.

Nearby attractions- Damodaran Kolli, Olichuchattam Falls

Aralam wildlife sanctuary- Kannur

Distance- 63 km from Wayanad

Duration- 2 hrs


This scenic place located in Kannur is best to witness the unspoiled scenic beauty and lush green grasslands.  This Western slope of Ghats spreads across and area of 55 square kilometers and yet another best hideout spot to visit near Wayanad and can be a perfect pick for your ultimate bucket list. The sanctuary is home to some exquisite flora and fauna and also some semi-evergreen forests. You can spot, sambar, gaur, elephants, barking deer, spotted deer, Malabar giant squirrel and so many distinctive species in these premises. The sanctuary’s highest peak is the Katti Betta which is situated at a height of 1145 m.

The nearest town from here is Iritty which is located at a distance of 5 km and can easily access by private vehicles or bus.

Entry Timings- Between 8 am and 8 pm

Entry fee- INR 15 per adult

Extra payments- For vehicle INR 75, for camera INR 25. For guide INR 300

Bandipur national park

Distance – 83 km from Wayanad

Duration of trip- 2 hrs

To spend a day amidst of the best of Nilgiris, head out to Bandipur.

Ideal time to visit- Between October and May


Bandipur Park is one of the fine places to visit close to Wayanad. The park location is known for the presence of large cats and elephants inside the huge wooded region cover that runs over a place of 874 so. Km. placed along the Mysore – Ooty highway within the Western Ghats, the sanctuary is an incredible weekend break out amid the enforcing presence of mountains and wealthy greenery.

Collectively with the Mudumalai herbal International Sanctuary, Wayanad herbal global Sanctuary, and Nagarhole Countrywide Park, it creates the most important biosphere reserve in India also known as the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve. Skip around the multitude of teak and sandalwood wooden look ahead to you in the midst of breathtaking natural beauty. And it’s truly a couple of hour’s power from Wayanad. Don’t tell me you haven’t started out making plans a ride to Bandipur for the upcoming weekend already!