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Wild Life Safari at Wild kasarwadi

Jungle safari is a foreground adventures activity in our resort for the tourists and an opportunity to sight the extensive and exclusive wildlife in the Dandeli wildlife sanctuary. Jungle safari is a thrilling activity that travels through the dense Dandeli forest and is the top thing to do in Dandeli. During the safari, you would have the chance to undergo the scenic beauty of the forest and the wildlife exploration. Dandeli wildlife sanctuary is one of the largest wildlife sanctuaries in Karnataka.

Jungle safaris are arranged in an open-top jeep to experience the lush green vegetation, rivers, wild animals, and birds. The safari is conducted by Forest Department and you will be guided by well-known experts who are skilled in driving and guiding you the route. Dandeli is a natural habitat for various wildlife animals. It is home to a rich diversity of flora and fauna, which suggests it’s not just a natural adobe of big cats such as tigers, leopards, and even black panthers, but also elephants, gaur, deer, antelopes, Indian Sloth bear, numerous of reptiles and variety of birds. The Dandeli wildlife sanctuary is known for the Great Indian Hornbill and is also the closest tiger reserve with frequent glimpsing of the elusive black panther. The Dandeli wildlife sanctuary is a birdwatcher’s dream because it is home to around 300 species of birds nesting in the midst of the forest. This sanctuary is ideal for both an adventure-packed holiday and a refreshing break in the lap of nature.

The best time to enjoy an eyewitness at the Dandeli wildlife sanctuary at its best is between October to May. The weather during this period of time is pleasant and then moderate which allows a lot of birds to fly back and rests in their nests and a large number of animals come out of their homes.

Here are some species which you will come across at Wild Kasarwadi -

Malabar trogon, Great hornbill, Malabar pied hornbill, Malabar grey hornbill, Indian grey hornbill, Rufous woodpecker, White bellied woodpecker, Heart spotted, Greater flameback, Lesser flameback, Common goldenback, Lesser yellow nape, Greater yellow nape, Speckled piculet, Indian scimitar babbler, Dark frontend babbler, Puff throated babbler, Indian pitta, Golden browed bulbul, square tailed bulbul, flame throated bulbul, Malabar whistling thrush, orange headed thrush, white rumped shama, velvet frontend nuthatch, Indian paradise flycatcher, white bellied blue flycatcher , forest wagtail, blue capped rock thrush,  and much more
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