Serai - Kabini Tour Package
Arrive at the Serai-Kabini on your own, which is around 220 kilometres from Bangalore (5 hours). After check in, enjoy a delicious lunch at Wildgrass multi-cuisine restaurant. Post lunch, you are free to enjoy the various activities that the resort offers. At around 3:30 pm, visit Bimankolli by boat and enjoy the picnic spot with a heritage temple and an 800 year old banyan tree. At 4 pm, indulge in water activities like kayaking, pedal boating and coracle rides at Kabini river. After this, nature lovers will be in for a surprise. Take a guided nature walk/bird watching tour with our naturalist.
Later at 5 pm, you will be taken for a joy boat ride on the Kabini River. This will be followed by a documentary movie on the local Nagarahole National Park or on a habitat or a wildlife species at 7 pm. At 8 pm, there will be a bonfire and an interactive session with our naturalist. You can also enjoy a complimentary cocktail/mocktail at our bar.
At 9 pm, enjoy your dinner and a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel.
DAY 2 - Kabini Local Seeings
Spend the entire day at leisure or you can also take part in exciting activities and explore the town on your own. Enjoy a series of activities in the morning. These include guided nature walks, coracle rides, visits to the tribal village and interaction with friendly elephants. You can also stay back at the resort and enjoy the breathtaking surrounding views. Spend the rest of the day at leisure (you may choose to go for a jungle safari at an additional cost). Later, return to your hotel for a warm dinner and retire for the night comfortably.
Breakfast Lunch Dinner
DAY 3-Check Out
Have a leisurely breakfast in the resort. Later, check out with happy memories of your luxurious trip.
Intersting Details of Kabini
Kabini is a popular wildlife destination in the state of Karnataka of southern India. The forest reserve forms the south-eastern part of Nagarhole National Park and is situated on the banks of the Kabini River. Kabini is located at a distance of about 80 km from Mysore and 208 km from Bangalore, on the Mysore-Manathavady Road.