Best places for nature photography around Bangalore

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1) Bannerghatta National park:

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The national park of Bannerghatta is located about 17 kilometres from Bangalore. The sprawling lush green forest covers areas such as southern parts of the Anekal plateau and an Elephant Corridor for allowing these gentle giants to move between the forests of Bandipur and Nagarahole. This place offers a great opportunity to witness wildlife in its natural habitat. The spotted deer, the majestic elephant, gaurs, tigers, leopards are a few animals that can easily be seen here in their natural environment which thrives due to the rich flora and fauna in this region.

2)Silent Valley National Park:

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Silent Valley is one of India’s botanical gardens. It is located in the Kundah range of Nilgiri hills in the Palakkad district, Kerala. The region serves as a catchment area for two major rivers viz. Chinnar River and Gundal River, which are tributaries to the river Bharatha Puzha.The region is home to hundreds of species of birds, insects and flora which include over 400 plant species found nowhere else on earth . The place also encompasses acres upon acres of pristine forests that serve as habitat to elephants, leopards, tigers and other wild animals.

3) Bannerghatta National Park:

Bannerghatta National Park has about 10 lakh visitors every year! Here you encounter wild animals like spotted deer, gaur, sambar deer, wild boars, sloth bears and elephants. The park has a museum that displays the interesting history of the place and a toy train that takes you on a 10 km ride around the national park till Muthathi.

4) Ulsoor Lake:

In Bangalore city, this lake is known as “Ulsoor Lake” from where most of the people go for a morning walk every day. This lake was mainly used for irrigation purposes but now it’s one of the main tourist sites in Bangalore having a Boating facility so you can enjoy your stay with your family by going on a boat ride with your loved ones. The area covering over 50 acres formerly had lotus ponds which have been turned into beautiful lawns.

5) Bannerghatta National Park:

Bannerghatta National Park is one of the largest national parks in Bangalore. Spanning over 1200 acres, this park has several different varieties of flora and fauna. There are many lions, tigers, elephants and other wild animals in the park. The park has around 50 lions in its safari. This place is mainly popular for housing the Nature Interpretation Centre which houses beautiful greenery all around it where you can spot deer, snakes and foxes. It also provides a great view of the valley below which houses elephants and other wild animals roaming in their natural habitat.

6) Christ University:

The land of Krishna Storeer near to Bangalore International Airport is a very good place for nature photographers. The two lakes and hills surrounding this place provides a very peaceful atmosphere where you can enjoy your photography without any hesitations. One of the most popular attractions here is the food park that has many restaurants providing delicious local dishes from different parts of India. A spectacular view of the valley below and the international airport is also seen from here which makes this place more attractive for people who love landscape photography or adventure seekers.

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