Nagarhole is a residential area situated in Kodagu Coorg region of Karnataka. Nagarhole signifies 'Snake River' in Kannada dialect and the name is gotten from the way that its waterway courses through the thick backwoods in a shape like that of a snake. The town comprises of numerous thick woodlands, waterfalls and sanctuaries that are an essential piece of Nagarhole's social legacy.
This territory was before a place where the old leaders of Mysore used to chase for wild creatures. The two of the greatest creatures found here incorporate the wild elephant and Indian buffalo, famously known as the gaur. Jenu Kurubas, a crude clan in Karnataka, are the fundamental tenants of this timberland zone.