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Thu, 03 May – Fri, 04 May (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
Nissana Beltur Post, HD Kote Taluk, Karapura, Kabini , 571114 | Show on Map
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Situated on the banks of Kabini River, Kabini River Lodge is an adventure resort in Kabini, organizing outdoor activities such as wildlife safari, bird watching, trekking and motorboat river cruise for its patrons.
H D Kote Bus Station KSRTC Bus Stand is the nearest travel hub to the property, placed 31 km away. Guests are offered accommodation in 34 well-kept and spacious cottages. Some of the in-room amenities offered are desk, separate seating area and attached bathroom. Spread across a sprawling 54-acres of land, Kabini River Lodge is inclusive of a dining area serving buffet meals, a well-stocked bar and a fully-equipped conference room.
Additionally, conveniences such as Ayurvedic treatment are also offered on prior request. Places of interest include Padiri Reserve Forest (47 km), Nugu Reservoir (50 km), Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary (57 km) and Nagarhole National Park (63 km).
This resort in Kabini is accessible via travel hubs such as Mysore Junction Railway Station (76 km) and Mysore Airport (77 km).
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by M_Umashankar on April 11, 2018
Evolve Back Kabini is by far one of the best properties that I have visited. The staff is so caring and the service is the best in class . The food is so delicious and finger lickin' good. With the wide range of options, we had a hard time choosing what to eat as everything looked so yummy. Recommend everyone to stay in Evolve Back Resorts whenever they visit Kabini.
by Thomas D on April 8, 2018
Kabini River Lodge offers very well organised jeep and boat safaris to the Nagarhole Nationalpark. Although many visitors stayed at the same time, the staff took good and personal care of me as solo traveller. The jeep and boat drivers, as well as naturalists were well experienced. The food served as a buffet was great as well. The room was large and clean. Staff very friendly and professional. I can also strongly recommend the massages at the spa.
by kamal a on April 8, 2018
We had a very good stay for 2days there their hospitality is outstanding, food is mouth watering We conducted 3jeep safari in which we spotted tiger & tigress fight, langur, spotted deer, sambhar deer,cheetal,peakcock dance,elephants, red stripped mongoose & indian bison birds like snake bird, osprey, serpant eagle, woodpeckers, kingfishers, bullbull in boat safari variety of birds, 3crocodiles,wildboar& elephant herds Eveything was exceptional except why do they charge for lenses seperatly expecting to be there again to witness ghost of kabini(black panther)
by hemcho on April 7, 2018
I have been visiting kabini river lodge now since 1995. The infrastructure is the same and well maintained. The food quality has improved this time by leaps and bounds. But the east block where was my room was located was good but yet had many an insect for company. I guess it is part of the package. So if you want a sterilized Room go in for the maharaja air conditioned cottages. Since the stay includes food and safari rides it is convenient to stay there. The safari drives are expensive otherwise but be warned that if you carry a lens more than 200 mm be prepared to shell out more. The same goes for video cameras. I do not know why such a antique stipulation carries on. Today all mobiles can capture video. I find the package very expensive as compared to when I started coming here in the 90s. I guess it is all going for a good cause of promoting wild life. Will recommend the place if you like to see the wild life of the Nilgiris bio sphere.
by Serenade on April 5, 2018
This Government run lodge is simple but perfectly adequate for a wildlife experience in nearby Nagarhole National Park which is the only reason people stay there. It is situated in beautiful gardens. It boasts some lovely old buildings and a few cottage style rooms. I was lucky enough to be in cottage 2 which overlooked the lake. Beware of the marsh crocodiles and refrain from swimming.... The room was large and airy with a ceiling fan. It was spotless. I was there for 8 nights and the sheets were changed every other day and the towels every day. The floor was disinfected every day too. I was comfortable in these simple but perfectly adequate lodgings. The bathroom was large and again clean although it had obviously seen better days.... I have been in far less salubrious places before now. Although some Europeans might not find this luxurious enough it is for those seeking local colour and wildlife. Breakfast is served at 9.30 a.m. after three hours in the Park. This means that you have tea and biscuits before going in. Breakfast is substantial but be warned Indian's like their spices and curry ..... However you may also have baked beans and fried eggs .... Lunch is served from 1.30 p.m. and consists of all the trappings that go with several types of curries.... It is buffet style and fine by me. The staff are friendly and helpful. Dinner is served from 8.30 p.m. and is a repeat performance of lunch except for grilled chicken (spicy and scrawny - which is normal in the sub-continent) and grilled vegetables. A bunch of delicious bananas is hung up for people to help themselves. Before going out on the afternoon safari tea and biscuits are again on offer and on one's return some lovely little eats are put out.... All in all I ended up by skipping lunch and only eating a banana or two otherwise I would have stuffed myself. The spa is a great addition and cheap by European standards. As in all these places foreigners pay slightly more than the locals. My group was lucky in that we had a wonderful naturalist and a good drive and because we were in a group of six for eight days we were allocated a jeep throughout. No-one goes into the Park on safari without being in a Government owned vehicle. There are only roughly 12 jeeps at any one time and if you only go there for a night or two you will do Zone A and Zone B on the same day but you might be told to get into a "Canter" or large single decker bus (similar to those found in the U.K.). These tend to be crowded and not really conducive to photography. Nagarhole National Park may be off the between tourist track and it is six hours out of Bengaluru so one has to want to go there but it is a remarkable place. I saw 7 different tigers and five different leopards including the melanistic one.... We only drew a complete blank for big cats on one day. This explains why one should always allow a number of days on these ventures to maximize one's chance of getting a good sighting - a tiger hunting was one of the highlights and we watched and followed her for nearly two hours.
by Serenade on April 5, 2018
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