Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary

Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary

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Nilgiri hills are where the Eastern and Western Ghats meet and it is where Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary is situated. The sanctuary is an amazing holiday spot for wildlife enthusiasts and photographers. This sanctuary which is a tiger reserve as well is spread over 32,155 hectares and is home to animals and birds including the mouse deer, barking deer, spotted deer, wild boar, gaur, elephants, panthers, tigers, Magpie-robin, peacock, Malabar Whistling Thrush, The Brown Dove, Grey Jungle Fowl, Bulbuls, Mynahs, etc. The sanctuary which was formed in 1940 belongs to Mudumalai National Park and offers holiday packages that include jungle safaris, camping, trekking, and more. The sanctuary is perfect to explore wildlife in the most exciting ways. Mayar waterfalls and Theppakadu Elephant Camp are tourist attractions that lie closer to the sanctuary.