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Bannerghatta Nature Camp

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Overview
Bannerghatta-Kagalipura Road Near Hakki-Pikki Colony, Bhoothanahalli 560083 India See on map
AMENITIES
Free Parking
Breakfast included
Non-Smoking Rooms
Family Rooms
Free Wifi
Air Conditioning
Pool
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The Bannerghatta Nature Camp is a surprise. Just on the outskirts of a bustling city like Bangalore with its flyovers and late nights and chaotic traffic lies 25,000 acres of carefully preserved jungle. For More children and the child in you, it's an amazing storybook destination brought to life. Bannerghatta has been used as a rehabilitation facility for tigers and lions rescued from circuses. The biggest of its kind, this facility has opened opportunities for India's first Lion and Tiger Safari. With enclosures that recreate their natural habitat, seeing a giant cat up close, with just the safety of the jeep separating you and the beast, resonates to a very deep part of you. Less
Hotel Amenities
HOTEL FEATURES
Free Parking
Breakfast included
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Pool
Beachfront
Restaurant
Bar/Lounge
Spa
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Room types
Family Rooms, Non-Smoking Rooms
Room types
Family Rooms, Non-Smoking Rooms
Number of rooms
11
Location
India > Karnataka > Bangalore District > Bhoothanahalli
Location
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Contact
Bannerghatta-Kagalipura Road Near Hakki-Pikki Colony, Bhoothanahalli 560083 India
Getting there
Kempegowda International Airport Bengaluru15 km
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Room & Suite (47)
Pool & Beach (2)
Dining (1)
Family and Play Areas (22)
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Reviewed 12 August 2018 via mobile

A nice place for a day trip. Usually it's very crowded during the weekends. A good place for children. But the animals are kept in very small cages, often without a companion. The authorities should immediately take a note

Thank Avimanyu B
Reviewed 23 July 2018

All our apprehensions were put to rest when we arrived at this resort. Calm and clean. Most of the staff was utterly courteous, totally unexpected. Deer strayed in late one night. Fire flies hovered, making the bon fire unnecessary. We watched haunting documentaries on the...More

Thank tellpriya
Reviewed 27 May 2018

It consists of log huts, tents and dormitories. Log hut and tents costs ~12k and 9k respectively. This price includes a modest Dinner, morning nature walk, a sumptuous south indian breakfast (bread and eggs were available too), Safari walk and Lunch. The inclusions are in...More

3  Thank mohit c
Reviewed 16 May 2018

We celebrated our son's birthday at Jungle lodges this weekend and also stayed in the cottages overnight. First, on the birthday... This was my son's first birthday and we live in the US and came here to celebrate his first birthday at Jungle Lodges. Mr....More

2  Thank PrashantR438
Reviewed 1 March 2018

Bannerghatta Nature camp is one of the oldest nature camps in Karnataka. The camp was started in mid 80's with the intention of introducing School kids to the nature. The camp is now being taken over by JLR. JLR have beautifully transformed the camp into...More

1  Thank Cks3976
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Sugs14
1 November 2016|
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Response from AswinS103 | Reviewed this property |
I visited all the available cottages during my stay as they were all empty when i visited. I found swiss tents to apt to the environment and other tents to be some sort of normal feeling. It depends how you need it
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Sugs14
1 November 2016|
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Response from GeetanjaliDhar | Reviewed this property |
yes , both tent and cottages have their own charm.Both are good in their own way
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Shaikkhadar
31 August 2016|
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Response from AswinS103 | Reviewed this property |
Visit this link Jungle Lodge's website for info
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Room Tips
"If you want a sit out, choose executive tent."
tellpriya
23 Jul 2018
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"Log-Huts are the best."
mohitc324
27 May 2018
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"The two cottages at the very end of the lodge face the forest and have the best views."
PrashantR438
15 May 2018
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"Executive Tents and Log huts offer very nice view of the camp and an adjoining lake."
Cks3976
28 Feb 2018
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