02 NIGHT - 03 DAY
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The Kabini, also called Kapila, is a river in southern India. It originates in the Wayanad District of Kerala state as a result of the confluence of the Panamaram River and the Mananthavady River. It flows eastward to join the Kaveri River at Tirumakudalu Narasipurain Karnataka. The Kaveri river then empties into the Bay of Bengal.

Close to the town of Sargur it forms the huge Kabini Reservoir. The backwaters of the Kabini reservoir are very rich in wildlife especially in summer when the water level recedes to form rich grassy meadows. The Kabini dam is 2,284 ft (696 m) in length with an original gross storage of 19.52 tmcft, but that has been reduced considerably due to silt accumulation. The Kabini Dam is situated between villages Bichanahalli and Bidarahalli having distance of 17 km (11 mi) 6 km away from Sargur town in Heggadadevana kote taluk, Mysore district.

Distance from Bangalore: -210km/4.20Hrs

DEPARTURE TIME Please arrive at least 3 hours before the journey.
All entrances are included.
Meals as specified in the itinerary
Sightseeing as mentioned in the itinerary
GST 5%
Travel Insurance
Tips during the tour
Any meals other than specified above
Any sightseeing other than mentioned above
All entrance fees and excursions not mentioned above
Any other services not mentioned in inclusions column

Places to be seen:
1. Balle Elephant Camp ( 7km from Mysore – Manathvady road )
2. St Mary’s convent
3. Iruppu Falls
4. Rameshwara Temple
5. St Mary’s Convent


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