Visit to Bannerghatta Biological Park, Bangalore

Winter means Picnic, Winter means Day Outing and Winter means A trip to Zoo!

If you are not able to arrange a picnic or a day outing, at least you should visit to zoo with your little one. It will be a fun filled day and make you energetic and yes walking inside the zoo obviously will help to burn some calories :).

Actually, it is known as Bannerghatta Biological Park which is located in the southern part of Bangalore or Bengaluru. It has different units including Zoo, Safari and Butterfly Park.  This year we did not go for safari because we planned it little late so we visited the zoo and had a lovely time among various species of trees and animals.
Royal Bengal Tiger

Nilgai


Hippopotamus
Peacock
 White Peacock

Emu



                                                                  Iguana
                                                                     Turtles
I have shared few snaps, apart from these there are varieties of  animals ( Fox, Jackal, Hyena, Leopard, different types of deer,  Elephant, Monkeys, Iguana, Crocodile Snack and Turtles) and birds. You can go for safari and followed by a zoo visit and for that you can start early. Otherwise, one holiday you can plan for safari and next holiday you can plan for zoo. Whatever you plan at the end of the day you will see a happy face of your kid which is most important. They allow dry food items except any non-veg food (you can check this part with the authorities, as we carried only chips & biscuits and water).

Here is their official website, have a look: http://bannerghattabiologicalpark.org/


Hope you enjoyed this post!




10 comments:

  1. Your post reminded me of the many visits to parks and zoos when by boys were much younger. Nice shots. I love that iguana!

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  2. I stayed in Bangalore for 4 years and didn't even visit the zoo once. Your photos have tempted me and I want to see the tiger and emu. We don't get to see them here in Kenya. Definitely going to coax my daughter to take me there during my next trip to Bangalore. Yes,I use to take her when she was little now its her turn:)

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  3. I love this park a lot.If you have a chance, visit mysore zoo its very huge and very nice.

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  4. Lovely place. Always wanted to visit India including Bangalore. Hopefully will come true soon.

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  5. Beautiful park, kids will enjoy it

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  6. Oh lovely pics... I always get excited about going to a zoo more than the kids... hehe...

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  7. hope you really enjoyed your visit.. lovely pics dear

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  8. Great pics and awesome post! Even though I have stayed in Bangalore for so long, could never really make time to visit this place. But now I should!
    Cheers, Arun - mytravelpedia.net

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  9. awesome zoo, but i missed butterfly park here

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