Arabithittu Wildlife Sanctuary is a small sanctuary located in Mandya district in the south-central part of the state.Arabithittu was declared a Wildlife Sanctuary on 30th April 1985. Spread across 14 sq km. The area has scrub forests and plantations and is surrounded by agricultural fields. There is also a large area of eucalyptus and sandalwood plantations. Leopard, fox, spotted deer, wild pig, porcupine, hare and common mongoose are the fauna spotted here.
Flora and Fauna The area has scrub forests and plantations and is surrounded by agricultural fields. There is also a large area of eucalyptus and sandalwood plantations.

Sanctuary is home to Leopard, fox, spotted deer, wild pig, porcupine, hare and common mongoose.

Main Wildlife Attractions: Sanctuary is home to Leopard, fox, spotted deer, wild pig, porcupine, hare and common mongoose.

Best Time to Visit:
 the Park is between the months of December to Feburary.

How to Get there:
Air: The nearest airport is at Mysore.

Rail: K. R. Nagar is the nearest railhead.

Road: Many buses runs from Mysore to K.R. Nagar daily.

Other Information:

Assistant Conservator of Forests
Wildlife Sub-Division
Aranya Bhavan, Ashokapuram, Mysore – 570 008
Tel. 0821 – 481 159

Location:
Karnataka, India

Nearest Access:
Mysore (27.5-kms)

Wildlife Found:
Leopard, Fox, Deer

Coverage Area:
14-sq-kms