wildlife sanctuary in andhra pradesh

Famous National Parks Of Andhra Pradesh


The state of Andhra Pradesh is located near the Krishna and Godavari rivers in South India. This beautiful state of India is also an important site for its religious temples, historical buildings, natural places and marine centers as well as the rich biodiversity of the region. Which protects various endangered species of the country as well as elephants, deer, wild cats, tigers. If you are an animal lover and love exploring wildlife and seeing wildlife in their natural habitat. So for your information, tell you that there are many wildlife sanctuaries and national parks in Andhra Pradesh which are really worth seeing.


wildlife sanctuary in andhra pradesh

Venkateswara National Park

One of the popular tourist destinations of Andhra Pradesh, Venkateswara National Park is about 10 km from Tirupati and is located on the Eastern Ghats. The park is one of the largest wildlife sanctuaries in Andhra Pradesh, spread over an area of ​​353 sq km. Venkateswara National Park was built around 1989, which is full of lush greenery and natural beauty. Tourists can see many species of animals including tiger, blackbuck, panther, spotted deer, bonnet monkey, bison, fox, jackal during their visit to Venkateswara National Park. Along with this, Talakona, Gundalkona and Gujana waterfalls also remain major attractions of the park. Whose Talakona Falls is the highest waterfall in Andhra Pradesh. And there are many trekking trails in this park that you can set and explore.
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Timing of Venkateswara National Park

Venkateswara National is open daily from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm.

Papikondalu National Park, located in the East and West Godavari districts of Andhra Pradesh, is spread over an area of ​​1012.86 square kilometers. Papikondalu National Park was established in 1978 as a wildlife sanctuary. Which has been included in the list of National Parks of India since 2008. The park is located on the left and right banks of the Godavari River, and passes through the Papikonda hill region of the Eastern Ghats. The Godavari River enriches Papikonda Park with its natural beauty. Let me tell you, most of the park is covered with moist deciduous forest and different species of animals like tiger, mouse deer, gir can be seen in it. Which is one of the best places in Andhra Pradesh for wildlife lovers and tourists to visit.
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Opening time of Papikondalu National Park


The park is open daily from 9.00 am to 6.00 pm.

Nagarjuna Sagar Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the best wildlife sanctuaries in Andhra Pradesh. Which is also often known as Nagarjunasagar Srisailam Sanctuary. This sanctuary is considered as a paradise for nature lovers and wildlife lovers. Let me tell you this is the largest tiger reserve in the country, which is spread over 3568 sq km. And this sanctuary was declared 'Tiger Reserve' in 1983. And for your information, Nagarjuna Sagar Wildlife Sanctuary serves as a shelter for about 150 species of birds, including tigers, panther, spotted deer, sambar, nilgai, wolf and many other animals.
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Timing of Nagarjuna Sagar Wildlife Sanctuary 

The sanctuary is open for tourists from 7.00 am to 5.00 pm.
Coringa Wildlife Sanctuary, 22 km from Kakinada Beach, is one of the top wildlife sanctuaries in Andhra Pradesh. Coringa Wildlife Sanctuary is home to over 35 species of mangrove plants, 120 species of rare birds and innumerable species of flora. This sanctuary is famous for being primarily a sheltered place for endangered white-backed vultures and long-billed vultures. Apart from this, the place also has a wide range of wildlife, where you can see golden jackals, fishing cats, sea turtles, crocodiles. Coringa Wildlife Sanctuary is considered one of the favorite places among eco-tourists. Which every year hosts many thousands of Indian and foreign tourists.

Timing of Coringa Wildlife Sanctuary

The sanctuary is open from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm daily except Tuesday.
one of the most visited sanctuaries in the southern state of Andhra Pradesh, is spread over an area of ​​1,194 sq km and covers the districts of Prakasam to Kurnool. A wide variety of species can be seen living in the lush green forests of this sanctuary. Where you can see tigers, lazy bears, pythons, wild dogs and other wildlife species in some common view of the sanctuary. And tell you Gundala Brahmeshwaram Wildlife Sanctuary is famous for the serene forests of Nallamala which are the last treks to be found in the region.
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Timing of Gundala Brahmeshwaram Wildlife 

This sanctuary is open daily for tourists from 7.00 am to 6.00 pm.

Rollapadu Wildlife Sanctuary

Located about 40 km from Kurnool, the Rollapadu Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the most popular wildlife sanctuaries in Andhra Pradesh. The place is known for its habitat of the Great Indian Bustard, one of the rare species of birds. People visiting this sanctuary come here to see migratory birds flocking from all directions. Where you can see deer, blackbucks, foxes, bonnet macaques, jackals, dull bears and even jungle cats during your visit to the Rollapadu Wildlife Sanctuary.

The sanctuary is spread over an area of ​​6.14 sq km which was established in 1988 with the objective of keeping the Indian bustard population under control. The Rollapadu Wildlife Sanctuary is covered in grassland, which, unlike other options, offers a very unique form of vegetation. Which attracts a large number of wildlife lovers and nature lovers.
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Timing of Rollapadu Wildlife Sanctuary 

The sanctuary is open daily for tourists to visit from 7.00 am to 6.00 pm.

Kaundinya Wildlife Sanctuary in Andhra Pradesh is not just an ordinary wildlife sanctuary. It is the only sanctuary in the state of Andhra Pradesh inhabiting a large population of Asian elephants. And elephants from different states have also been transferred and brought to Kaundinya Wildlife Sanctuary. The sanctuary was developed at a high level by the government in December 1990 with the aim of conserving elephants. For your information let us know that at present there are about 72 elephants in Koundinya Wildlife Sanctuary, which can be seen inhabited in lush green hills and forests.
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Located in the coastal plain of the Krishna Delta, the Krishna Wildlife Sanctuary is spread across two different districts of Andhra Pradesh namely Krishna and Guntur. For your information, please tell Krishna Wildlife Sanctuary is considered one of the rarest eco-regions in the whole world. Spread over 194.81 sq km, the park is completely surrounded by rich mangrove forests and natural vegetation. This sanctuary is among the conservationists of the last remaining areas of premium mangrove forests of the southern part of the country. It may be a little surprising to you that the main resident of the park is snake, and this sanctuary is famous for different species of pythons and snakes.
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Sri Lanka malleswara Wildlife Sanctuary

Sri Lanka malleswara Wildlife Sanctuary, the famous wildlife sanctuary of Andhra Pradesh, is the only natural habitat in the world where the species of the highly endangered Xeron bird can be seen. The sanctuary is also home to a large species of flora and fauna. It has dry deciduous forests with steep valleys and dramatic slopes. Apart from this, you can see different species of panther, sloth bear, nilgai, fox and other wildlife species in your visit to Sri  Lanka malleswara Wildlife Sanctuary.
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