The Bandipur National Park of Karnataka is a beautiful forest reserve of southern India. This was established with the aim of conserving the nature and its resource. In 1930, the present Bandipur National Park was Maharaja Wodiyar's hunting land which was converted into Venugopal Wildlife Park. Later in the year 1941, the park was expanded to the nearby Nagarahole National Park and named as the Bandipur National Park. Now this National Park of Karnataka is a part of the vast Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve which is considered as the extensive tracts of protected forest in India. In the year 1973, this was declared as the Tiger Reserve of India. Now it is the best managed Tiger Reserve of India. The rivers Kabini, Nugu and Moyar pass through this National Park. The flora & fauna comprises of the deciduous forests, the evergreen forest and grassy woodlands. The forest has a rich collection of rosewood and teak. The Bandipur National Park is the home of Asiatic Elephant. As it lies on the highway between Mysore and Ooty, the park is only 2 hours drive from Mysore. MC Resort was established in 1999, spread over 5 acres of land with lush green background behind the resort, the Luxury Resort consists of 20 Delux Rooms and 3 Executive Suite Rooms, accompanied with efficient employees. MC Resort can be traced adjacent to Bandipur forest boundary.
The in-built restaurant serves following dishes