Why Mudumalai sanctuary is famous for?

Mudumalai National Park is one of the Tiger Reserve in India. The Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the North West region of Coimbatore city in Tamil Nadu state. The protected area is home to several endangered and vulnerable species including Indian elephant, Bengal tiger, gaur and Indian leopard.

Is Mudumalai and Bandipur same?

Mudumalai, Bandipur, Nagarhole, Wayanad (Tholpetty and Muthunga) are the same forest – different names in different places.

How many tigers are there in Mudumalai?

Anamalai is home to 20 tigers, and at Mudumalai the number is 103.

Is Mudumalai open now?

You can visit the national park anytime during the year. The regular opening hours are from 6 AM to 6 PM, and Mudumalai National Park entry fee is ₹30 per person.

Is Mudumalai Tiger Reserve Open now?

Visiting time: The Mudumalai National Park is open from 7am to 9am in mornings and from 3pm to 6pm in evenings from Monday to Sunday. Visiting duration: Ideally the visit duration lasts for 2-4 hrs but can be extended as per interest up to a day or two.

Which is better Bandipur or Mudumalai?

Mudumalai offers a better alternative for the standard bus safaris that are the norm in this part of the world compared to its neighbor, the Bandipur forest reserve. Unlike Bandipur, the charges are very reasonable, (less than half of what you are charged at Bandipur), the services much more rational.

Is Mudumalai National Park worth visiting?

Overall, it was a very good experience. This Park was Terrible. They have only deers/elephants/wild dogs/pigs/peacock. While we all know that animal watching is matter of luck but when you enter park you realised that its not just luck.

Where is Mudumalai Tiger Reserve?

Mudumalai Tiger Reserve (Timings, Entry Fee, Safari Online Booking & How to Reach) Located in the Nilgiri district in the western-most part of Tamil Nadu State, sharing boundaries with states of Karnataka and Kerala, Mudumalai Tiger Reserve is spared across an area of 321 sq. km.

Why should you visit Mudumalai National Park?

Mudumalai National Park shares its space with the Bandipur and Nagarhole National Parks of Karnataka and the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary of Kerala, and makes up the best protected Reserve for the endangered tigers of India. We will give you a list of some of the tourist places you can visit in Mudumalai and in its vicinity

How do I reach Mudumalai from Ooty?

From Ooty, another approach is through extremely steep ghat road via Kalhatti having 36 hair-pin bends on a narrow road, but with a truncated distance of approximately 40 Km. The nearest railway stations to Mudumalai are Mysore, about 100 Km and Udhagamandalam about 68 Km by Hill track.