Bannerghatta National Park

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Age Group
1 to 100
Key Attractions
*Wilderness Tourism
*Butterfly Park
Visit Duration
1 full day
Picnic Venue
Days & Timings
Bannerghatta Biological Park remains open for visitors every day except on Tuesday (being holiday)
Tickets/Entry Fee
1.Zoo -
Adults - Rs.80/-
Children Aged between 6 and 12 years-Rs.40/-
Senior citizen 60 years above - Rs.50/-
Foreigners (Non-SAARC countries) - Adults -Rs.400/- and Children -Rs.300/-

2.Butterfly Park-
Adults - Rs.30/-
Children Aged between 6 and 12 years-Rs.20/-
Senior citizen 60 years above - Rs.20/-
Foreigners (Non-SAARC countries) - Adults -Rs.400/- and Children -Rs.300/-

3.Grand Safari (Tiger , Lion, Bear & Herbivore safari) + Zoo
Adults - Rs.260/-
Children Aged between 6 and 12 years-Rs.130/-
Senior citizen 60 years above - Rs.150/-
Foreigners (Non-SAARC countries) - Adults -Rs.400/- and Children -Rs.300/-

4.Special trips (only for safari)
AC Bus Service-
Adults - Rs.500/-
Children Aged between 6 and 12 years-Rs.300/-
Senior citizen 60 years above - Rs.500/-

5.Jeep Service- Rs.2500/-per trip

Rs.50/- per head/trip. Duration: 30:00 Minutes a trip
Rs.250/- for full boat hire/trip. Duration: 30:00 Minutes a trip

Still Camera :Rs.25/-
Video Camera :Rs.200/-
Food & Water Facility
Restroom Available

Bannerghatta National Park was established in 1978.


This national park consists mostly of dense forest and scrub land, and is home to wild animals such as tiger,lion, bison, leopard, wild boar as well as being an important corridor for elephants migrating between the eastern and western ghats. Other attractions include a crocodile farm, serpentarium and a newly added butterfly park. In addition, a portion of the park is used as a sanctuary for rescued wild animals,mainly from circuses.


The Bannerghatta National Park has been strictly made a plastic free zone . The Children's corner is surrounded by many stalls and push cart vendors selling mouth watering Indian chaats and snacks but costly. Sweet& Dry roasted corn and peanuts are popularly bought many here.


The park is open to visitors between 9 AM and 5 PM. Closed on Tuesdays.


Bannerghatta Biological Park is carved out of the Bannerghatta National Park in the year 2002. Bannerghatta National Park was conceived and started in August 1971 for conservation of wildlife and promotion of wildlife tourism with special intension to create recreation facilities to the urban population of the fast growing city Bangalore.


Bannerghatta Biological Park is located about 22 Kms south of Bengaluru city. It is one among the few places in the world where wilderness is preserved so close to a big city. It is having different units such as Zoo, Safari, Butterfly Park and Rescue Center (Conservation of captive animals). All the inhabitants have been provided with an appropriate ambience to live in harmony with nature.

Contact Person
The Executive Director
Contact No.
91-9164950099 / 80-27828300 / 27828540
Email ID
Visit Us
Bannerghatta Biological Park Bannerghatta, , Bengaluru Karnataka. KA IN - 560083   Bannerghatta Road  
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  • Zoo section is fun but can be improved
    May 02,2014
    Last week when my bother-in-law came to Bangalore I again visited Bannerghatta National Park with him and my family, which includes my wife and 2.5-year-old son. In each of previous visits, I always covered zoo, safari and butterfly century together. So my last review was based on experience for ent... 
  • Fun, Safe and Educational
    Apr 28,2014
    Had been to the park multiple times. Each visit had been more fun and educational than the previous. My child loved boating! In each successive visit, we can see the jump in the animal recall and recognition that has improved in the child. Welcome break from those boring glittery malls :) 
  • Good to keep the kids entertained
    Mar 15,2014
    This is the only 'National Park' close by and hence we visit it quite often. The zoo though is not quite up to mark and the entire place is not really anywhere close to what a National Park should be. However, having said that, kids will enjoy looking at the various animals, birds and reptiles. My s... 
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