02N/03D at The Serai, Kabini
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Bangalore to The Serai Kabini: 225 km
Mysore exit to The Serai Kabini: 80 km
Mysore exit to H D Kote Hand-Post: 48 km
H D Kote Hand-Post to The Serai Kabini: 32 km
Note: As a part of wildlife conversation, the main highway leading to the resort has been diverted through a village. The last stretch is a 14 km unpaved dirt road and is quite bumpy. Therefore, low clearance vehicles are not recommended.
How to Reach
Just before entering Mysore from Bangalore, turn right off the main highway onto the new Outer Ring Road. Approximately 20 kilometer down the Ring Road take the exit to the right leading to H D Kote village.
45 kilometer later is the HD Kote Hand-Post at the intersection of two roads, a few kilometer ahead of which you will see the Kabini Dam signboard.
Avoid the left turn, which leads to the dam, and turn right turn to reach Antarasante village. Drive through the village, proceed past the check post and turn left at the Rajiv Gandhi National Park entrance.
Just 13 kilometer straight ahead is Jungle Lodges. A left turn here and a short drive of a kilometer will bring you to The Serai Kabini. Welcome!
Mysore city is the nearest railway station to Serai Kabini.
Mysore is the nearest airport. Airport at Bangalaore can be used as alternatives
In a wildlife destination, colours of clothes should be muted Ė khakis and browns, not distracting bright colours. Itís about being comfortable, not stylish. If youíre travelling in summer, take tees and shorts, except for the evenings when mosquitoes like to show you they love you too. In the winter, come in with woollens and mufflers and light shawls. During the monsoons, take macintoshes, caps, jackets and water-proof footwear, and enough changes of clothes, since even our laundry canít do miracles at that time. Every room comes with its set of special TheSerai umbrellas and bedroom slippers, of course.