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Fast Facts



Area:
321 sq km with 108 sq km of National Park area

Rainfall:
800 – 2,000 mm

Temperature:
14 C -33 C

Altitude:
100’ MSL to 1200’ MSL

Best Time:
February to May and September to October

Entry fee:
Rs. 15 per adult, no private vehicle is allowed inside the Sanctuary

Contacts:
Wildlife Warden,
Mudumalai and Mukurthi National Parks and Sanctuary,
Mount Stuart Hill,
Udhagamandalam 643001;

Reception Range Officer,
Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary & National Park,
Theppakadu,

The Nilgiris.
Tel: 0423-526235
 

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The Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary & National Park is situated at the tri-junction of Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Karnataka on the North Eastern Slopes of the Nilgiris. An erstwhile game reserve, Mudumalai was declared a wildlife sanctuary in the early 1940 by the then Madras Presidency.
With Bandipur Tiger Reserve (Karnataka) in the north, and Wynad Wildlife Sanctuary (Kerala) in the west the region forms a single, continuous viable habitat for a varied range of wildlife and is a part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve. While Mudumalai’s western half receives the southwest monsoon, the eastern tracts receive the relatively gentler north-east monsoon which results in a diversity of vegetation and typical migration of herbivores.
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