Kaundinya Wildlife Sanctuary In Andhra Pradesh

This sanctuary is located 50 Km from Chittoor and 120 Km from Bangalore by road. It covers an area of 358-sq-kms.

The area is covered by southern tropical thorn type of forests, consisting of flora Albiziaamara, Ficusreligiosa, Ficustomentosa, Ficus Bengalensis and Bamboo.

The flora also consists of a species, which is a regeneration of 'santalum' album. The habitat of Kaundinya sanctuary is rugged with high hills and deep valleys.

The Kaigal and Kaundinya are two streams, which flow through the sanctuary.

Tourists can find a wide variety of animals like Cheetal, Four horned Antelope, Sambhar, Mouse Deer, Hare, Porcupine, Wild boar, Jungle Cat, Jackal, Sloth Bear, Panther, Jungle Fowl, Peafowl's and Elephants.

» Best Time To Visit : October - May

India has a unique fauna and excels in the range and diversity of its wildlife. Wildlife Sanctuary Palamaneru, Palamaneru Kaundinya Wildlife Sanctuary, Palamaneru Wildlife Sanctuary, Palamaneru Andhra Pradesh Wildlife Sanctuary There are over 500 species of mammals, 2,060 species of birds, 748 species of reptiles and 30,000 species of insects. To preserve its unique wildlife, India has created 11 National Parks and 135 Sanctuaries in the country, covering a total area of 26,000 sq. km.

Sanctuary Wildlife Tours in India, So wherever your travels take you, consider sparing a day or two, and, as a minimum, spend one night in one of the wild-life sanctuaries. Best to plan to arrive during the day, go on a safari at dusk, get up early the next day for a dawn safari, and carry on with your travels.

Kaundinya Wildlife Sanctuary Tours, It is reputed among the admirers of feathered species as the largest flamingo colony in the world. It receives countless variety of birds from the other corners of the globe.

Birds come here to breed and feed before their journey back to a distant land. Wildlife Sanctuary Palamaneru, Palamaneru Kaundinya Wildlife Sanctuary, Palamaneru Wildlife Sanctuary, Palamaneru Andhra Pradesh Wildlife Sanctuary It is one of the great bird sanctuaries in India and is very attractive and adventurous for all foreign tourists.

Covered with rugged high hills and deep valleys, the 385 sq. km Kaundinya Sanctuary offers the best of wildlife and bird watching in India.

Two streams, the Kaigal and the Kaundinya flow through the sanctuary, adding to its attraction and beauty.

The southern tropical type of forests dots this entire Sanctuary Wildlife Tours in India, home to the Cheetal, Four horned Antelope, Sambhar, Mouse Deer, Hare, Porcupine, Wild boar, Jungle Cat, Jackal, Sloth Bear, Panther, Jungle Fowl, Pea Fowls and Elephants.

Sanctuary Wildlife Tours in India, Sultanpur is a beautiful country of birds, which is covered with lush green lawns, trees, shrubs and masses of Bougainvillea.

The park is home to a large number of birds and animals, which can be seen wandering, swimming or flying around the lake or other areas.

Kaundinya Wildlife Sanctuary, Palamaneru

This sanctuary is located 50 Km from Chittoor and 120 Km from Bangalore by road. It covers an area of 358-sq-kms. The area is covered by southern tropical thorn type of forests, consisting of flora Albiziaamara, Ficusreligiosa, Ficustomentosa, Ficus Bengalensis and Bamboo.

The flora also consists of a species, which is a regeneration of 'santalum' album. The habitat of Kaundinya sanctuary is rugged with high hills and deep valleys. The Kaigal and Kaundinya are two streams, which flow through the sanctuary.

Tourists can find a wide variety of animals like Cheetal, Four horned Antelope, Sambhar, Mouse Deer, Hare, Porcupine, Wild boar, Jungle Cat, Jackal, Sloth Bear, Panther, Jungle Fowl, Peafowl's and Elephants.


Best Time To Visit: October To May
Where to Stay
Forest Guest House, Palamaneru

Contact
Divisional Forest Officer, Chittoor District.

How to Reach This Place

Road : Palamaneru is located 41 Km from Chittoor. It is well connected to Chittoor by Road.

Rail : Palamaneru is located 41 km from Chittoor.

Air : Hyderabad,Tirupati,Chennai,Bangalore Airports.

More great attractions can be found in the Explore Wildlife in India page.

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