Wildlife Sanctuaries near Hyderabad

There is no surprise over the fact that the places around Hyderabad are as adorable and enchanting as the city of Hyderabad itself. Places near Hyderabad too are distinguished by the appeal and magnificence that the city of Hyderabad kindles!

Wildlife Sanctuaries near Hyderabad

The city of Hyderabad is reckoned to be an eminent ambassador of South Indian culture, tradition and art, prospering in everlasting concordance and the places near Hyderabad reflect the same as the city does. The historic city of Hyderabad is encircled by some of the fantastic places, which come as a big boon for people who love weekend getaways.

As a matter of fact, the places near Hyderabad offer something to everyone, be it a beach buffs or people who love to go on a holy trip or the ones who love to explore archeological sites or even the ones who opt wildlife sanctuaries over other attractions, places near Hyderabad is certain to extend a tremendous experience.

Wildlife sites are little different from other usual attractions as the place takes the visitors to a whole new world that is natural and makes them forget about everything else in no time. Wildlife sanctuaries near Hyderabad are a boon for people as the sanctuaries open the gate for them to explore the animal kingdom. Besides, wildlife sanctuaries near Hyderabad are unquestionably the front-runners for children in the long list of attractions near the city of Hyderabad.

In point of fact, wildlife sanctuaries near Hyderabad are kind of a school which lets everyone to learn about the animal kingdom and extend a jaw-dropping experience. The wildlife sanctuaries near Hyderabad is the home base of wide range of animals, which include Bonnet monkey, Hyena, Jungle cat, Langur, Panther, Sloth bear, Tiger, Wild dog and diverse antelopes, cervids and reptilians. Much said it is time to explore the wildlife sanctuaries near Hyderabad.

Mrugavani National Park

Wildlife sanctuary around HyderabadMrugavani National Park is a distinctive national park located approximately 23 km away from the city of Hyderabad.

Mrugavani National Park is a singular urban woodland system shaped by the interaction of a community of organisms with their physical environment endorsing large hoofed mammals which include Chital deer (spotted deer or axis deer), Civet Cat, Cobra, Jungle Cat, Mongoose Monitor Lizard, Python, Russelle Viper, Sambar deer, Wild boar, etc., that offers a genuine experience of wild to the visitors. The Mrugavani National Park is gifted with the traces of the indigenous vegetation like Teakwood, Bamboo, Sandal, Genus Picus etc.

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Contact Address
Mrugavani National Park, Chilkur, Andhra Pradesh
Phone (Office): (040) 23607663

Accessibility: Situated about 18 km from Mehdipatnam, Hyderabad, on the way to the celebrated Chilkur Balaji temple or 20 km from Mahatma Gandhi Bus Station (MGBS)

Timings: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM; Open to public on all days except Mondays

Entry Fee:
For adults: Rs. 5 per person
Safari Ride: Rs. 50

Facilities: Watch tower, Museum, Library, Auditorium, Accommodation facilities, Lavatories etc

Best time to visit: Throughout the year

Pocharam Forest & Wildlife Sanctuary

Pocharam SanctuaryAdverted after the Pocharam Lake, Pocharam Forest & Wildlife Sanctuary spreads over 50 sq mi is rich in plant life and fauna attracts thousands of visitors throughout the year.

Pocharam woods were the preferred hunting region of the Nizam and he announced it as a wild life sanctuary in the early 20th century. The Pocharam Forest & Wildlife Sanctuary houses a wide variety of animals which include Chinkara, Chital deer (spotted deer or axis deer), Forest Cat, Four horned Antelope, Jackal, Leopard, Nilgai, Sambar, Sloth Bear, Wild Dog, Wolf, etc. The sanctuary also attracts a lot of migratory birds like Open Billed Stork, Bar-Headed Goose, Brahminy Bucks and so on.

Quick Facts:

Contact Address
Divisional Forest Officer,
Wildlife Management,
Medak.
Phone: 08452-222591

Accessibility: 113 km from Hyderabad (Nearest Airport – Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, Hyderabad)

Facilities: Inspection cottage facilities at Pocharam and Medak area and Rest house at Medak available.

Best time to visit: November and January

 Rajiv Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary near Hyderabad

Tiger ReserveNagarjunsagar-Srisailam Tiger Reserve is considered as the largest Tiger reserve of the country, spreading over Nalgonda, Mahbubnagar, Kurnool, Prakasam and Guntur the reserve covers approximately 3,568 acres.

Renamed as 'Rajiv Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary' during the year 1992, the region features a rich and amazing flora and fauna which include Boswellia serrata, Chloroxylon swietenia, Teak, Terminalia tomentosa, Terminelian bellerica and Bengal tiger, Blackbuck, Chevrotain, Chinkara, Chital, Chowsingha, Dhol, Indian leopard, Indian Pangolin, Indian peafowl, Indian python, king cobra, Mugger crocodile, Sambar deer, Sloth Bear, etc.

Quick Facts:

Location: 29 km from Macherla, Andhra Pradesh
Accessibility: Approx. 150 km from Hyderabad

Best time to visit: October to March

Contact Details
Field Director, Project Tiger, Sunnipenta, Srisailam, Kurnool District
Phone: 08524-286089; Mobile: 9440810057
DFO, Achampet, Phone: 08541-272136; Mobile: 9440810060
DFO, Atmakur, Phone: 08517-283337; Mobile: 9440810058
DFO, Nagarjuna Sagar, Phone: 08680-276877; Mobile: 9440810062
DFO, Markapur, Phone: 08596-222082. , Mobile: 9440810059

Accommodations: Rest houses and dormitories are available

Kinnerasani Wildlife Sanctuary

Kinnerasani SanctuarySituated in Khammam, Andhra Pradesh, Kinnerasani Wildlife Sanctuary extends over an area of 157,010 acres with the strikingly expressive Kinnerasani Lake with thickly afforested islands in the midst.

Kinnerasani Wildlife Sanctuary is the home of a range of flora and fauna which include Anogeissus, Bamboo, Cassia, etc and Cheetal, Chinkara, Chowsingha, Gaur, Hyena, Jackal, Panther, Sambar, Sloth Bear , Tiger, Wild Boar, Wild Dog and a variety of aquatic birds.

Quick Facts:

Contact Address
Divisional Forest Officer, Wildlife Management, Paloncha, Khammam
Phone: 08744-254125

Accessibility: 15 km from Kothagudem and 25 km from Bhadrachalam

Best time to visit: October to May

Accommodations: Forest rest houses available at Paloncha, Kothagudem and Bhadrachalam

Shivaram Wildlife Sanctuary

Shivaram SanctuaryShivaram Wildlife Sanctuary is a typical wildlife reserve is famous for undulating ground featuring specific characteristics which contributes to the stunning looks of the area.

The Shivaram Wildlife Sanctuary is the home of plenteous flora and fauna which include Terminalia, Teak and Black buck, Rhesus Monkey, Cheetahs, Leopards, Langurs, Marsh crocodiles, Nilgari, Pythons, Sloth bears and so on.

Quick Facts:

Contact Address
Divisional Forest Officer, Wildlife Management, Jannaram, Adilabad District
Phone: 08739-236224
Forest Range Officer, Jannaram Phone 08739-236688
Divisional Forest Officer, Karimnagar East Division, Phone: 0878-2243610

Accessibility: 10 km from Manthani, 80 km from Karimnagar and 50 km from Mancherial

Best time to visit: November to April

Accommodations: Rest houses available at Mancherial and Eklaspur.

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    Himani from Hyderabad 1311 Days ago

    a very nice article and thanks for giving the information about wildlife sanctuaries near hyderabad.

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    Vishnu from Bangalore 1585 Days ago

    i want to know that how can i reach pocharam forest & wildlife sanctuary? please give me suggestions.

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    hyderabadonline.in Expertfrom 1311 Days ago

    Hi! You can hire a car rental services to reach this wildlife destination near Hyderabad.

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    hyderabadonline.in Expert 1612 Days ago

    Well none of the sanctuaries mentioned in this page has lions but you can take your son to visit the Zoo in Hyderabad to see a lion.

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    Dheeraj Kumar from Secundrabad 1615 Days ago

    The sancturies which have been mentioned in the page Is there Lion in any of them My son want to see the Lion So I am looking for wildlife sanctuary where i can see the lion Thanks

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