The nearest railway station is Mysore Junction 89 km away and is linked with major cities in India. Bangalore Airport approximately 220 km away is the closest airbase which connects Nagarhole with domestic and international flights from around the world. Nagarhole is well connected to other major cities of the country via regular buses.
Located 220 km away, Bangalore serves as the nearest airport catering domestic flights across the country as well as international flights from around the world. On reaching the airport, you can hire a taxi or book a bus seat to travel to Nagarhole, which will take you around 5 hours.
Nearest Airport: Calicut - 95 kms from Nagarhole
Tentative return flight prices to Calicut from major cities in India:
|Starting City||Return price (approximate)|
|Mumbai||₹ 6,023 Non-stop|
|New Delhi||₹ 11,594|
|Bengaluru||₹ 4,927 Non-stop|
|Chennai||₹ 5,347 Non-stop|
You can arrive in Nagarhole using the excellent road network the state has to offer for its tourists. You can hire a taxi, jeep or even a motorbike to travel to the destination from the nearby cities like Mysore or Hunsur. Alternatively, frequent buses run by Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) can be booked well in advance from online portals of travels and tourism to travel to Nagarhole.
With a frequency of almost 172 trains from across the country, Mysore Junctions stands to be the nearest broad gauge rail head near Nagarhole. The road distance between the two is approximately 89 km. Nagarhole doesn’t have a railway station of its own, however, Mahe as well is a nearby railway station with a lesser train frequency connecting India.
Within the national park, owing to the muddy land, normal vehicles cannot be used. Only licensed forest vehicles are allowed inside the park. Also, all traffic is closed during the mating season i.e, the monsoon.