Bannerghatta Butterfly Park

, Bangalore

Bannerghatta Butterfly Park

Bannerghatta National Park Was Discovered In the year of 1970 And Declared as a national park in 1974. Spread over a massive area of around 104km.it is a popular tourist destination with a zoo, pet corner, animal rescue center, butterfly park, an aquarium, a snake house, and a safari park.there are old temples in the park for glory and it is a destination for trekking and hiking. This zoo is under control of Karnataka and they are collaborating agencies like the University Of Agricultural Science, Bangalore And Ashoka Trust For Research In Ecology And Environment(ATREE) Bangalore. And within the national park area, six rural villages closed within three large enclosures for sheep and cattle farming. This park offers a guided bus tour all along the 6km safari roads which are specially made for safarists and foreign tourist gatherers. The park rainfall is 700 mm per year, and the small river suvarnamukhi runs through the national park.karnataka government introduced the four bore wells on 15 May 2014, it provides water in dry times.

One more attraction in the Bannerghatta national park is Butterfly Park. the zoo authority of Karnataka with the Department of biotechnology, the government of India, have jointly initiated the project during the year of 2003. and the construction work started in 2003 was completed during 2007 and opened to the public for visitation.it is the isolated project in the entire country and it is a role model in the nation.

Major Components in Bannerghatta Butterfly Park:

  • A butterfly garden to support the local butterfly population
  • A Room with a glass roof and walls Enclosed Under polycarbonate roof
  • A research and captive breeding laboratory
  • A museum
  • A trinket shop

An investigation detailed 48 types of Butterflies in different seasons at Bengaluru Bannerghatta Biological Park. Thirty types of butterflies have a place with five families, Papilionidae, Pieridae, Nymphalidae, Lycaenidae, and Hespiridae were rearing in various seasons under hostage conditions and discharged into the center arch.

Attractions In Bannerghatta National Park:

  1. Elephant Sanctuary
  2. Zoo
  3. Butterfly Park

Entry Fees:

  • Indian Adults: INR 260
  • Kids Between 6 to 12 Years: INR 130
  • Senior Citizen (60 years and above): INR 150
  • Safari For Foreigners: INR 400 Kids: INR 300

Butterfly Park:

  • Adults: INR 30
  • Children: INR 20

How To Reach Bannerghatta National Park:

The park is located 22kms outside Bangalore city and can be easily reached using public transports Like buses, cabs, autos, The nearest major landmark is the Jayadeva hospital checkpoint is the closest stop on the ring road. And the nearest Railway station to Bannerghatta's biological park is Bangalore Cy Jn Train Station Which Is 23km away from Bannerghatta's biological park.

 

 

 

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