Located in a tribal hamlet and surrounded by thick evergreen forest. Take a break from busy city life and relax with nature.
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Our camp is situated at 250 kms / 5 hours drive from Bangalore. Come with family and friends to enjoy the stay with nature. Near Bandipur.
Mudumalai is home to Elephants, Tigers, Leopard, Black panthers, Bison, Deer, Peacock, Pythons, Cobra, Giant Malabar Squirrels and of course monkeys.
Well maintained rooms, tasty food, camp fire, barbaqueue,jeep safari, wild life photography, trekking.24 hours power backup, solar fencing for safety.
Welcome to Greenwood Nature Camp, one of the most sought after Bandipur Jungle resorts that was established to provide comfortable rooms to stay and help tourists spend some memorable moments while taking a break from their regular life. The cottages provided by us in Bandipur national park hotels are equipped with all comforts and amenities without making you guilty about disturbing ecosystem. All systems installed in our rooms are designed with eco-friendly techniques. Whether you are travelling in a group of six or eight, we can cater all your needs and requirements with best resources. Those in smaller number can have triple and double bed cottages.
Call us at +91-9620401689 (Karnataka), +91-9442662853 (TamilNadu)
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Looking for places to go for vacation around Bangalore ?
Greenwoods Nature Camp in Mudumalai National Park near Masinagudi and close to Bandipur Forest is an ideal weekend getaway/vacation from Bangalore and 2 days outing from Bangalore. It is one of the best eco-friendly resorts near Bandipur national Park situated in Mudumalai village. From Chennai, there is a direct bus to Gudalur or alternatively can take bus to Mysore and take connecting bus to Mudumalai.
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One can spot large herds of Asian elephants, bison, and spotted deer. The sanctuary is also a haven for tigers and leopards, and lot of other rare wildlife animals. There are around 266 species of birds in the sanctuary, including the endangered black and orange flycatcher. Mudumalai, which means 'first hills', is not only one of the first wildlife sanctuaries in India but also one of the most beautiful wildlife sanctuaries of world. The deciduous trees shed their green leaves during the summer, and adopt a floral garb while the arrival of the monsoons hails fruits and tender greens.