The Eravikulam National Park, the home and asylum of the Nilgiri Tahr. This sacrosanct shelter for this colorful creature is an alleviation in when various species are vanishing off the essence of the planet. Arranged in the Devikulam Taluk of Idukki area, individuals additionally rush to this park to see the uncommon Neelakurinji blossoms that sprout once at regular intervals.
The Eravikulam National Park houses a rich and different assortment of vegetation and is an UNESCO world legacy site. Otherwise called Rajamalai Wildlife Sanctuary, this spot was overseen as a game save by the Kanan Devan Hills Produce Company before 1971. The control was taken over by the Karnataka Government in 1971, and it was proclaimed a national park in 1978. Elephant, Nilgiri langur, Nilgiri marten, Atlas moth (biggest on the planet), lion-followed macaque, little mauled otter and an uncommon tiger or panther are a portion of the fundamental creature species that can be spotted here.
The Eravikulam National park is well known for lodging the jeopardized mountain goat of South India, the Nilgiri Tahr. It stands apart for the beguiling magnificence of its moving meadows and sholas, spread more than 97 sq km in the Kannan Devan slopes. Anamudi, which is the most elevated pinnacle south of Himalayas at a stature of 2695m, stands magnificently in the focal territory of the national park. The slants of the slopes are home to numerous sorts of uncommon plants and trees some of which are epiphytic orchids and wonderful wild ambers. The significant fauna here is the Nilgiri Tahr, Nilgiri Langur, panther, tiger, Indian buffalo, and so on. The following sprout of Neelakurinji Flowers that blossom ever 12 years will be in 2018.
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The best time to visit Eravikulam National Park
Timings : 7:30 AM – 4:30 PM Closed February – March.
Entry Fee : Indian: Rs.90 For Adult and Rs.65 For Children
For Foreign : Rs.360
For Reservation : Rs.50 (Reservation counter 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM at Information center, Munnar)