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Kinnerasani Wildlife Sanctuary

Location: Andhra Pradesh

Main Wildlife Attractions: Black Bucks, Chinkaras, Chousinghas, Sambhars, Wild Boars, Gaurs, Wild Dog, Hyena, Jackals

Coverage Area: 635 sq.kms

Best Time to Visit:October to May

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The sanctuary is located in the Khamman district of Andhra Pradesh.The Kinnerasani sanctuary is the store house of exotic life and tourists can easily spot the animals in their natural habitat where they are given all the scope to enjoy their life and regenerate.

Kinnerasani Wildlife Sanctuary is 21km away from Paloncha is the district of Khamman district of Andhra Pradesh. The sanctuary covers 635.4 sq kms of area and this land serves as the homeland for various endangered species. The sanctuary is named after the name of the river Kinnerasani. The river dissects the sanctuary and finally meets Godavari.

The sanctuary is the homeland for animals like Cheetal, Chinkara, Chousinghas, Sambar, Wild Boars, Gaurs, Hyena, Jackals, Panthers, Sloth Bear, Tigers and Black Bucks. The varieties of birds like Peafowl, Jungle Fowl, Quails, Partridges, Teals, Nuktas, Spoonbills and Doves are the common birds in the sanctuary.

Apart from rich fauna, there are varieties of floras that make the land rich. Tourist can find Bamboo, Teak, Maddi, Yepi, Yegissa, Sommi Thandra, Bandaru, Amla and Tengu in the jungle area. The tree tops remain populated with various migratory birds.

Apart from these features, the Kinnerasani Wildlife sanctuary in Andhra Pradesh offers various other parks like Deer Park, Kinnerasani Dam and Reservoir are the attractions of the Kinnerasani wildlife sanctuary.

The tourist can take bird watching tours, jeep safaris to spot various birds and animals in their homeland. Python, Cobra, Vipers, Kraite and other reptiles can be easily seen in the marsh lands.

Tourists can stay in the guesthouses near the sanctuary gives the visitors to experience the thrill and adventure of jungle. The Environmental Education Centre and the picturesque view of the dam attract tourists to enjoy the nature and its various aspects.

 or buses as it is 260 kms away from Hyderabad. The state transport buses are the best way to reach the sanctuary.