Fast Facts :
Situated : Between Prakasam and Kurnool district, Andhra Pradesh
Area : 1194sqkm
Apt time to visit this place : October - May
Gundla Brahmeswara Sanctuary lays between Prakasam and Kurnool district covering a distance of 30km.This sanctuary is a deciduous forest, with trees like Terminalia, Dalbergia, Bamboo, Anogeissius, Prerocarpuss, Albizzia, Boswelia, Andug and Shisham.This wildlife sanctuary is located on the plateau of Gundla Brahmeshwaram that runs in the south north direction of the Nallamallai hill range and also includes green plateaus and lovely valleys.Gundlakamma River which is a perennial River divides the sanctuary in to two parts. Also provides water to the inhabitants of the forest and makes a huge difference in the topography of the forest. This sanctuary house a variety of habitat.
Wild Dog, Tiger, jungle cat, Sloth Bear, Pangolin, Nilgai, Chinkara, Marsh Crocodile, Mouse Deer, Chowsinga, Hyena, Bonnet Monkey, Sambar, Monitor Lizard, Tiger, and Python are found in this tropical wildlife sanctuary. The best time to visit this sanctuary is between the months of October to May as the climate is pleasant and the animals most of the time remains outdoor.
Accommodation is not a problem as this wildlife sanctuary is visited frequently by the visitors.
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