Anamudi Shola National Park
It boasts of Pullardi shola, Idivara shola and Mannavan shola backwoods. You can catch 62 types of plants and 174 kinds of herbs and 39 varieties of climbers in this national park. You can spot civet cats, leopards, Indian Bison, wolves, tigers, wild boars, panthers, elephants, jungle cats, sloth bears, wild dogs, flying squirrels, to name a few.
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Eravikulam National Park
This national park is breathtaking in size, enclosing an area of approximately 97 square meters and has a rich diversity of flora and fauna including high-level sholas and rolling grasslands to its credit. This national park is also known for 'Neelakurinji', which is a flower that blooms once in 12 years.Some of the notable species found here are Nilgiri Tahr, leopard, tiger, gaur, panthers, Nilgiri langur, sloth bear, wild dog, giant squirrel, Atlas moth, jungle cats and Civet cats.
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Mathikettan Shola National Park
This national park has a unique forest ecosystem and the soil here is rich in silica. This National park has tropical evergreen forests, semi-evergreen forests and moist deciduous forests with grasslands in northern and eastern boundaries. This national park is an excellent habitat for leopard, Asian elephant, sambar, wild dog, gaur, civets, wild boar, black eagle, jungle cats, Malabar parakeet, scarlet Minivet etc.
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Pampadum Shola National Park
The rough landscape present in the tropical evergreen forest of Kerala with all-natural vegetation never fails to astound the wildlife enthusiasts. The national park is home to more than 93 species of moths and 10 types of butterflies with a great variety of deers, elephants, langurs, wild canines and buffaloes.
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Periyar National Park
Another significant feature of this National Park in Kerala is that it is a tiger reserve. This Kerala National Park is the perfect habitat for splendid creatures such as the Bengal Tiger, Gaurs, Indian elephants, Malabar giant squirrel, Sambar, Vipet, flying squirrels, woodpecker, kingfisher, Krait, to name a few.Beautiful tea, cardamom and coffee plantations surround the park to make it a pacified destination.
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Silent Valley National Park
Situated in the Palakkad district of Kerala over the enthralling Nilgiri Hills, the Silent Valley provides the habitat to several wanderers. The creatures that can be spotted here include Leopard, Malabar giant squirrel, sloth bear, spotted deer, pale harrier, Malabar pied Hornbill, gray-headed Bulbul, great Indian Hornbill among many more. The well managed and planned safari along with the beautiful stopovers around this national park makes the trip to Kerala totally worth it.
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