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We criss-crossed the area twice - once in the evening around 5.30 PM and the next one was at 8AM in the morning. We spotted around 4 herds of elephants, many peacocks, peachicks, herds & herds of deer & Yak. Would recommend people to opt...More
You can visit this place while you are returning from ooty on the way to Mysore.
It 20 km from gudalur town.
You can see elephant deer,etc in this place... Pls do follow the rules of forestry department...
We went with high hopes and booked an excluive gypsy safari for Rs. 3000 at 2 pm on 3rd June. We set off by 1.30pm but our driver-cum-guide could speak neither Hindi nor English. He couldn't answer a single question and didn't take the trouble...More
Take a two wheeler from Ooty and visit Mudumalai via Coonoor. You will never regret it.
You will find a lot of rented two wheeler shops in ooty, sharging from Rs. 200 to 500/day.
It is a fun ride via Coonoor till Madumalai where will...More
This forest is in Tamilnadu and Karnataka both. Its named different everywhere. Its a nice place if you havent seen any forests in India. But since we had already seen Gir, this wasnt a treat. There are buses and jeeps available if you want to...More
It is situated in Tamilnadu, it shares its boundaries with the states of Karnataka and Kerala. This is a protected area is home to several endangered and vulnerable species including Indian elephant, Bengal tiger, Gaur and Indian leopard. There you can see animals on road...More
There is no online reservation facility so we had to get the safari tickets from the sanctuary's reception center. We went here in the evening after finishing safari at Bandipur. We found safari at Bandipur better than this. That could be because of the time...More
The main highway road runs through the sanctuary. Many animals e.g. elephants,sambar deer, bison, malabar squirrel, & many varieties of monkeys can be seen on the road side. Also numerous species of birds. No sign of elephants or tigers, but didn't expect to see them...More
While driving through the forest, it is not advisable for anyone to stop and get out of the vehicle. You can generally see elephants crossing the road. If you see an elephant crossing in front of you, stop the vehicle... More
While driving through the forest, it is not advisable for anyone to stop and get out of the vehicle. You can generally see elephants crossing the road. If you see an elephant crossing in front of you, stop the vehicle, allow it to cross and then move ahead.
FOREST DEPARTMENT ACCOMODATION
The Forest department has accomodation (suites as well as dormotories) at Theppakadu, Kargudi and Masinagudi. Rates for suites range from Rs 150 to 300 per suite per day. Dormitories... More
FOREST DEPARTMENT ACCOMODATION
The Forest department has accomodation (suites as well as dormotories) at Theppakadu, Kargudi and Masinagudi. Rates for suites range from Rs 150 to 300 per suite per day. Dormitories cost around Rs 25 per bed per day. Catering facilities are available.
It is preferable to make advance reservations by contacting the Wildlife Warden, Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary, Mount Stuart Hill, Ooty – 643001 (Tel : +91-423-2444098, ).
Current bookings, based on availability, can be made at the reception centre at Theppakadu (Tel : +91-423-2526235).