The precious and pristine waters of Kabini run deep into the forests of southern Karnataka. The river emerges from Wayanad in God’s own country, Kerala, and merges into the Bay of Bengal. Along its path, it trickles through various parts of south India, giving life to innumerable birds and animals. The Kabini reservoir constructed near Sargur comes between beautiful villages and serves as an effective dam against floods.
Owing to its vibrant patches of greenery and rich natural resources, Kabini has gained a reputation as the most popular wildlife destination in the entire south of India. Herds of elephants, tigers and other wild animals can be spotted resting by the river and even swimming in the water. If you’re visiting Kabini anytime soon, you should carry your best DSLR bundled with the finest lens you have. Inspiration can strike you at any moment by the waterfront or at jungle lounges such as The Serai resorts.
At The Serai Kabini, you can enjoy your days off in leisure with your very own private pool. Make more memories while you relish scrumptious spreads and fine wine under the starlight. Feast at the centre of mountain peaks and misty forests during your stay at the jungle retreat. Here, you will wake up to the sound of birds chirping as the first rays of the Sun enter your room.
Kabini is a place of magic and nothing short of it. You have to see it to believe it so pack your bags and hit the road.