National Parks in Tamil Nadu

National Parks in Tamil Nadu

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Theppakadu Elephant Camp, Mudumalai (Masinagudi)
Rank 11
Ranked 11 of 1927
Places to Visit in Tamil Nadu
Average Rating
4.8 / 7 1
25 Ratings & 20 Reviews
The Theppakadu Elephant Camp lies in the vicinity of the Mudumalai Wildlife Reception Centre. A small camp existed here since 1910 and was declared an elephant camp in 1972. The camp area derives its name from the two words, ‘Theppam’ and ‘Kadu’,... Read More »
  • Type: National Park
  • Entry: Paid
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Mukerti National Park, Ooty
Rank 158
Ranked 158 of 1927
Places to Visit in Tamil Nadu
Average Rating
6.1 / 7 1
4 Ratings & 3 Reviews
Mukerti National Park is located within the southern and eastern regions of the Nilgiri hills as a safe abode for avian and animal species, especially some which are on the verge of extinction. Some of the animals that are spotted often are the Sambhar deer, Nilgiri marten,... Read More »
"Very nice place to visit"May 28, 2016 "Major attraction"Feb 21, 2015
  • Type: National Park
  • Entry: Paid
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Guindy National Park, Chennai
Rank 166
Ranked 166 of 1927
Places to Visit in Tamil Nadu
Average Rating
5.5 / 7 1
11 Ratings & 7 Reviews
Guindy National Park in Chennai is situated within the city premises, on the ground extension of Raj Bhavan. Guindy National Park is ranked as the 8th smallest National Park of India.  Spread over 2.82 sq km of tropical dry evergreen forest along the Coromandel Coast,... Read More »
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Parambikulam National Park Parambikulam Tiger Reserve, Pollachi
Rank 338
Ranked 338 of 1927
Places to Visit in Tamil Nadu
Average Rating
7.0 / 7 1
2 Ratings & 1 Review
Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary is perched in a valley located in between the hills of Anamalai Range in Tamil Nadu and Nelliampathi Range in Kerala. The area of this park is spread in 285 sq km. The terrain of the national park is hilly, rocky and has rivers such as... Read More »