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Eturnagaram Wildlife Sanctuary

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It's a another Nalla Malla forest

In the wildlife sanctuary is a very good eturunagaram is a very famous in Telangana forest good... read more

Reviewed 23 August 2017
Sharath p
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Great Place for Nature Lovers

This was our first trip to a wildlife sanctuary and we loved it. We stayed in a forest guest house... read more

Reviewed 25 August 2016
Hyderabad, India
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Aug 22, 2017
“It's a another Nalla Malla forest”
Dec 25, 2017
“Couldn't find any sanctuary ”
Warangal District, Warangal, India
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Reviewed 26 December 2017 via mobile

I tried all the way, using Google maps and MapMyIndia maps, tried speaking to local police, but no help. I just couldn't find it at all. Police said there is no sanctuary. But road to this is excellent. Through the dense jungles, and lot of...More

Thank Amit K
Reviewed 23 August 2017 via mobile

In the wildlife sanctuary is a very good eturunagaram is a very famous in Telangana forest good weather fully forest officers highly security is a radical area nice animals if you went forest you will easily appears Animals

2  Thank Sharath p
Reviewed 27 February 2017

This Sanctuary has rich plant life, specially deciduous teak.This Sanctuary is house of animals like jackals,chinkara,Nilgai,tigers ,black bucks and many more.Apart form this tourists can also have a sight of the tree fossils in the caves.

6  Thank amit88171
Reviewed 25 August 2016

This was our first trip to a wildlife sanctuary and we loved it. We stayed in a forest guest house and next day early morning we started trekking into the forest, suddenly it started drizzling, full greenery, very beautiful, awesome place. We also went to...More

5  Thank kumar0877
Reviewed 8 August 2016

This is a dense forest enroute to Eturnagaram to Warangal. Although I did spot only a few wild bisons and bores, the look of the forest itself indicated that it is an abode of a few tigers or big cats.

1  Thank Aaqarsh
Reviewed 24 May 2016

The roads are very good and the forest department officials were very friendly and helpful. We stayed at the Tadvai guest house which is almost in the middle of the forest. The guest house was very good however you will need to go to Eturnagaram...More

14  Thank abhijittadpatri
Reviewed 30 April 2016

It is home to a variety of flora and fauna . One can visit the banks of river godavari that flows through the dense forest and Sammakka Sarakka temple in Medaram village.

Thank Rohitflies
Reviewed 30 September 2015

Located 110 kilometers from Warangal, this is one of the oldest in Telangana. There's thick vegetation allover and various kinds of snakes and deer roam around. There are state-government run cottages etc., where we can stay and have good food as well.

1  Thank sitegorge
Reviewed 21 July 2013

The Eturnagaram sanctuary about 260km from Hyderabad towards warangal route. We were planning to visit this sanctuary for months finally my friend Naveen had some work in Chocolate room in Warangal so we thought of heading to Eturnagaram after his client visit. He is an...More

24  Thank jay_leo21
Reviewed 25 January 2013

The famous Sammakkka Sarakka Jathra, perhaps one of the Asia's laregest tribal jahtra takes place here every two years. Initially started as a tribal festival, it now attracts all type of people. The environmental impacts on the aftermath of the jatha is seen to be...More

15  Thank kvjayco
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18 October 2017|
Response from yashwanthjavvaji7798 |
What is the landmark to reach eturnagaram forest