Kings Sanctuary is an eco-friendly resort
and the Best Wildlife Resorts in India, located
at the northern fringe of the Rajiv Gandhi National Park, Nagarahole
just 200 Km from Bangalore, South India.
The Nagarahole tiger reserve, a part of the
Rajiv Gandhi National Park, is home to over 60 adult tigers and
herds of Asiatic elephant, apart from several other species of
mammals, reptiles and birds. The Kings Sanctuary will not disappoint
the serious wildlife enthusiast or leisure travelers looking for
luxury in an unspoilt natural environment. The Kings Sanctuary
resort is near by kabini river.
Set in the midst of 34 acres of mango orchards and lush lawns
, the Kings Sanctuary has 24 air conditioned luxury suites and
cottages, a swimming pool, conference hall and a wide range of
activities for both adults and children including the jungle safaris
into the national park accompanied by wild life experts. The Kings
Sanctuary is an ideal resort for family vacations and corporate
The Kings Sanctuary offers luxury
in the wilds. This is an Eco friendly 5 Star Deluxe jungle resort
spread over 34 acres of landscaped gardens and mango orchards
at the very edge of the Rajiv Gandhi National Park, Nagarahole
. The accommodation features a mix of adobe - style cottages and
lake facing lagoon suites. Each spacious cottage and suite has
a living room and an air-conditioned bedroom tastefully decorated
using renewable resources like cane, weeds and banana fiber.
To remain true to the spirit of eco-tourism the resort has used
renewable resources, established a solar water heating system,
a sewerage treatment plant that apart from recycling the water
for gardening, prevents contamination of ground water. Water harvested
during the monsoons rains is used to replenish the man made lake.
Integrating the tribal folk into this conservation effort by offering
them employment has been a key objective of this venture. The
almost silent generator meets the standards for sound pollution.
As varied as guests themselves perhaps, accommodation is purpose
designed to please each within.
There are splendid adobe-style cottage clusters, each with a verandah,
arranged around a central courtyard. As warm and inviting as they
are, all are cosy and private. Bathrooms are contemporary with
the unique ?open to sky? concept. Relax with the setting sun?s
dying rays and watch the shadows lengthen over the resort.
Then there are the lagoon suites fringing the 6 acre lake. Some
beneath mango trees; all lake facing larger groups will find the
duplex accommodation very pleasing.
To remain true to the spirits of eco-tourism
encouraged by government and environmentalists, the resort has
used renewable resources like cane and weeds for the furniture,
established a solar water heating system, a sewerage treatment
plant which apart from recycling the water for gardening, prevents
contamination of ground water. All these facilities such as solar
water heating system, water recycling plant and sewerage treatment
plant are the unique characters of the sanctuary, which are, not
there in other resorts and counties located elsewhere in and around