Kudremukh National Park


Placed under the Global Tiger Conservation Priority-I, the Kudremukh National Park in the Western Ghats, area of about 600 square meter of a tropical evergreen wet forest, is the main attraction. It is declared as Wildlife Protected Area. Kudremukh National Park is placed under the format proposed jointly by World Wide Fund-USA and Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS).

Kudremukh National Park is developed based on the report of the noted environmentalist Dr Ullas Karanth. It was in 1987, this national park was formed in the Reserved Forests in Kudremukh. Endangered mammals and rare species are protected here in this park, includes the three large predator species - Wild dogs, Leopard and Tigers. This is the natural habitat of many other wild animals such as Common Languar, Wild Pig, sambar and Lion tailed Macaque.

The national park is dwelling to many natural attractions, which can be visited with a special permission available at the National Park.