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South India Wildlife

India takes its pride in being a home for thousands of uncommon fauna. National parks and wildlife sanctuaries are sure a visual delight with tigers, lions, elephants, rhinoceros, and birds. The vegetation and wildlife India preserves will urge you to save nature. The eternal grace of nature you enjoy in Mudumalai wildlife sanctuary and Periyar national park of South India will surely lift your moods with unbeatable excitement and super fun watching the creatures live. These places deserve a break from your work life!

Eravikulam Wildlife SanctuaryEstablished with an aim to protect the Nilgiri Tahr, the Eravikulam Park is situated in Devikulam Taluk of the Idukki District. Its name means the tuft of an elephant and refers to the hairy top of an elephant's head. The Park was declared as a sanctuary in 1975 and a National Park in 1978.
Dandeli Wildlife SanctuaryDandeli Wildlife Sanctuary is known for its good tiger population in south india wildlife sanctuaries. This wildlife sanctuary is located in Uttara Kannada district in south Indian state of Karnataka. Spread over an area of 475 Km2 this place is a home for many animal and plant species.
Chinnar Wildlife SanctuaryChinnar Wildlife Sanctuary is located at a distance of 18 Km from Devikulam and Marayoor in Kerala. The sanctuary is spread over an area of 1187 Km2 and is one of the twelve protected areas of south india wildlife sanctuaries.
BR Hills Wildlife Sanctuary Situated at a height of 5,091 feet above sea level, south india wildlife Sanctuary spreads over an area of 540 sq. kms. and is situated between the Cauvery and Tungabhadra rivers in Karnataka. About 80 kms from Mysore, the picturesque hill range has rich variety of ...
Periyar wildlife sanctuary Around four km from Kumily and 100 km from Kottyam in Kerala is located the protected area and natural reserve, Periyar. This protected area is spread over an area of 925 km² in the mountainous region of Cardamom hills. Periyar has a core zone of about 350 Km² which is known worldwide as ...
Mudumalai wildlife sanctuaryMudumalai National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary lies in Nilgiri Hills between south Indian states of Karnataka and Kerala. Mudumalai is one of the first wildlife sanctuaries in south india established in India. This sanctuary is spread over an area of 321 sq Km and is divided into five ranges which are Masinagudi,...
Nagarhole National ParkNagarhole National Park is situated at a distance of 96 Km from Mysore in Karnataka. This park, which is also known as "Rajiv Gandhi National Park" is spread over an area of 643 sq Km. ...

Wayanad Wildlife SanctuaryEstablished in 1973, Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the south Indian state of Kerala. Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary is the second largest sanctuary in Kerala and is extremely rich in flora and fauna.

Periyar National Park Kerala, which is also known as God's Own Country is one of the most sought after tourist destinations of not only India but the world. It has got all the delights that can attract a tourist. There are spectacular beaches, beautiful hill stations....

Parambikulam Wild Life Sanctuary Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary is the most protected ecological piece of Anamalai sub unit of Western Ghats, surrounded on all sides by protected areas and sanctuaries of Kerala and Tamil Nadu...

Silent Valley National Park About- South India is home to a number of wildlife sanctuaries and national parks. Among them, Silent Valley National Park bears great importance as this is one of the last undisturbed areas of the tropical rain forest in South Western...

Eravikulam National Park Eravikulam National Park is situated in the Idukki district of Kerala. Located in the Devikulam taluk, Eravikulam National Park was created as a wildlife sanctuary in 1975...