Kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park, i.e. KBR National Park is situated in Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad City, Telangana. KBR park boasts of rich flora and fauna and provides a pleasant respite from the din and chaos of the city. Also known as Chiran Fort Palace, the park is divided into conservation zone where entry is restricted and visitors zone where tourist entry is regulated. It is a 390 acre of lush green land and is often described as the jungle amidst the concrete jungle.
Located in the slightly silent and remote region of Chilkur in Hyderabad in the state of Telangana, Mrugavani National Park is the most popular weekend getaway for the locals and a common favourite destination of the tourists. Sprawling over a vast area of 1211 acres, the park houses a whopping 600 species of animals and plants. The park was declared a National Park only in 1994 and has been a hit ever since. In addition to birdwatching and jungle safaris, the park also has a tall tower that gives you a bird's eye view of the entire park below.
Named after the Jain Saint, Mahavir, this National park was established in 1975 in commemoration of his 2500th nirvan anniversary. Sprawling over a massive 13000 acres, the park is the largest green lung space in the city. The Park was made with the primary motive to conserve deer and blackbucks but as time progressed, now one can find porcupines, short-toed eagles, Egrets and various other bird species.
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