Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary

Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary

Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary is located about 100 km from Palakkad/Coimbatore. The forest is very dense and has huge number of wildlife and bird life. The forest department organizes several activities that will interest any wildlife enthusiast. Be it trekking/hiking inside the forests, camping on tree houses in the middle of the forest, moonlight camping, jeep safaris and so on. The forest is very dense, and […]

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Tholpetty Wildlife Sanctuary

Tholpetty Wildlife Sanctuary

Tholpetty Wildlife Sanctuary is located in North Wayanad region, and is neighbored by Nagarhole Wildlife Sanctuary (Rajiv Gandhi National Park) in Karnataka. Tholpetty Forest Department organizes various programs that interest wildlife enthusiasts. Be it 2-3 hour Jeep Safari (twice a day), 2 hour trek inside the forest (when the number of visitors is less), watch tower stay (permission required) and so on. Tholpetty has wide […]

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Vedantangal Bird Sanctuary

Vedantangal Bird Sanctuary

Vedantangal Bird Sanctuary is located at about 75 km from Chennai and is spread across 75 acres of lake/land. Vedantangal has several migratory birds that visit during various seasons of the year. Vedangangal Bird Sanctuary naturally attracts several birds due to several lakes around the region that acts as feeding ground for them. More than the natural surrounding that attracts the birds, it is the […]

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Nagarhole

Nagarhole

Nagarhole, also called as Rajiv Gandhi National Park, is one of India’s largest protected forests. It is surrounded  by Bandipur, Madhumalai, Muthunga wild life sanctuaries. It is situated on the north of River Kabini. In fact, the name ‘Nagarhole’ is due to River Kabini that flows like a snake in this region. Nagarhole in Kannada translates to ‘a stream like a snake’. It always amazes […]

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Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary

Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary

Ranganathittu is about 4 km from Srirangapatna and 15 km from Mysore. Ranganathittu is the largest bird sanctuary in Karnataka. This sanctuary has about 6 small islands formed by River Cauvery. Ranganathittu is home for numerous migratory birds – migrated from Siberia, North America, Australia and other countries. Black headed Ibis Variety of birds are found here. Painted Stork, Black headed Ibis, the Asian Openbill […]

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