Location: Originating in Wayanad district of Kerala from the confluence of Panamaram River and Mananthavady River, Kabini River is one of the most scenic drives of Mysore.
Description: Kabini River is also called as Kabani and Kapila and it forms a huge Kabini reservoir near Sargur town. Significance of Kabini River enhances in summer season as the water level increases and lush meadows are formed on the sides of the river. The estimated length of this river is 2,284 ft. Each of the rivers in India contributes something precious to the parts through which they flow and same is the case with Kabini River in Mysore. This river plays a very important role in Mysore’s tourism. Kabini Dam built across this river and wildlife sanctuary located nearby makes it very popular among local people and tourists who visit this place from all parts of the globe. The Kabini Forest Reserve is a spectacular wildlife site, which is notable for Asian elephants. The dazzling view of shallow valleys and gentle slopes on all sides of this river makes it look amazing.
Activities: Kabini River is considered as one of the perfect destinations for tourists. This place will give you a wonderful blend of wildlife and birdlife. The pleasure you will experience on visiting this place is hard to match with any other place in the world.