Also known as Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, this area is home to a large variety of wild animals such as Indian Bison, tigers, elephants, and deer, Panthers, jungle cats, civet cats, monkey, wild dogs and bears.
Here, you can find deers, elephants, barking deers, panthers, wild cats, Indian bisons, tigers, peafowls, peacocks, wood peckers, and cranes. Also known as Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, among birds, you can possibly spot peacocks, babblers, cuckoos, owls, woodpeckers, jungle fowls and peafowls. This sanctuary is a part of Nilgiri Bioreserve along with Nagarhole and Bandipur area of Karnataka. You can also enjoy elephant rides here.
Rooms are available on prior booking.
INR 3,753 - 9,173
Home to a plethora of birds and animals, Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary in Karnataka is considered to be the second largest wildlife sanctuary in Kerala and bio-geographically one of the richest tracts of peninsular India.
Not safe to travel beyond the residential area at night.
An ideal destination for wildlife enthusiasts and nature lovers. The beautiful flora and fauna captivate the attention of youngsters and children alike.
Reach the place early in the morning, as the entry timings are from 7:00 AM to 9:00 AM or in the evening from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Hire a jeep to explore the sanctuary. Head off to your station.
Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary is the other name of the Wildlife Safari in the untamed land of Muthanga. The place is an abode to an exotic range of flora and fauna. It is a UNESCO marked heritage site and was declared as a site of Project Elephant in the year 1992. The sanctuary is a home to many animals including Gaur, Dholes, Cheetal and Jackals. The aromatic tea and coffee plantations also add to the charm of the place.
While this UNESCO recognized wildlife sanctuary is brimming with excitement and adventure, you will find your options for cuisine somewhat limited. Malayalee fare is available in the resort, however, it is advisable for you to carry your own snacks.
Wow...It's a wonderful place. I am planning to visit Kerala and I love wildlife. Your tips are very useful for me. Thanks for sharing this article. Keep posting more interesting place
- Do not step outside the residential area at night. Always carry a knife, torch and spare batteries. Also, carry your own drinking water and other fluids.
Actually u no need to carry all sort of knifes etc.... only bright torch n enough as there no animals like before