The River Kabini

The river Kabini is a tributary of the river Kaveri. Sometimes called Kabani, or Kapila, this river has tributaries of its own, which merge with it, before it converges with Kaveri at Tirumakudalu Narasipura. The river originates in Pakramthalam hills, Wayanad. Dams of Kabini There are a number of dams built on the river and […]

Kabani Dam, Mysore

Kabani Dam. Photographer Sateesh N

The Kabani dam is built on the River Kabini in the district of Mysore. The dam is 696 meters in length and was built in 1974. The exact location of the dam is near village Beechanahally, (Taluk) Heggadadevanakote. The catchment area of the dam is 2141.90 sq kms. It caters to the needs of around […]

The Serai Kabini

Resort Overview The Mysore District in the state of Karnataka is quite well known and the resort operated by The Serai Group is highly recommended in this district. People planning on a South Indian tour make it a point to visit Kabini, and they generally enjoy the sights around the district while staying at The […]


Family of elephants in Kabini. Image source Wiki

Kabini is one of the most popular wildlife destinations in Karnataka, probably because of its easy accessibility, lush green landscape surrounding a large picturesque lake, and fantastic sightings of large herds of elephants. Kabini is 80 km away from mysore and 205 km from Bangalore, and comprises the south-eastern part of Nagarhole National Park. Situated […]