BR Hills Travel Guide situated in south-eastern Karnataka at its border with Tamil Nadu. Since It is the confluence of Western and Eastern Ghats so, the sanctuary is home to ecosystems that are unique to both the mountain ranges.
Therefore,If you like bird watching and just want a close to nature kind of outing, you must visit awesome places in BR hills.
Since it is not commercialized much, it will bring you immense peace and solitude. It is famous for its beautiful picturesque less commercialized locations. Driving along the woods, watching the beautiful jungle and dense patches of wilderness, hills you will feel mesmerized once you will reachHills.Set 3500 ft above sea level, the hill is interspersed with the valley, stream, and the place of breathtaking scenic beauty.
Most of BR hills are taken up by the BR Hills wildlife sanctuary, which is a protected reserve by the government. It has a wide array of species of animals, birds, and insects.The animals spotted in the forest are panthers, tigers, leopards, gaurs, wild pigs, sloth bears, Langur, antelopes, Chital, Sambar deer, and bears.It has around 200 species of birds. Some of them are the Malabar Whistling Thrush, Racquet Tailed Drongo, Paradise Flycatcher, Yellow-throated Bulbul, and the Crested Hawk Eagle.
Best time to visit BR Hills: October to March
P.S.: If you are planning to have a trip in June or July – You will witness grassy green immense and dense forest area.
BR Hills Places To Visit :
- BR Temple, Soliga and the Jenukurba tribal hamlets, the thousand-year-old Mara (Big Champak Tree)
- Jungle safaris and Bird watching – There are two timings, one early morning around 6:30 a.m. and the other one is around 2:30 p.m.We will recommend the morning timings as the cool breeze of the morning will be so much refreshing.
How to reach :
Bangalore – Kanakapura – Malavalli – Kollengala – Yelandur – BR Hills.
Take either KSRTC or TNSTC to reach Chamarajanagar, buses ply every 20 minutes.