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Originally established to protect the Nilgiri Tahr, the Eravikulam Park is situated in Devikulam taluk of the Idukki district of Kerala.  It was declared as a sanctuary in 1975, and considering its ecological, fauna, floral, geo-morphological and zoological significance, it was declared as a National Park in 1978. It covers an area of 97 sq.kms of rolling grasslands and high level shoalas. The park is breath-takingly beautiful and is comparable to the best of mountain ranges in the Alps .
The major portion of this area is covered with grasslands, but there are several patches of sholas seen in hollows and valleys.

Flora: Actinodaphne bourdilloni, Microtropis ramiflora, pittosporum tetraspermium, Sysygium arnottianum, Chrysopogon zelanieus, Eupatorium adenophorum, Strobilanthes, Kunthi anus (Neelakurinji), Eulalia phaeothrix, Tripogen bromodes, Arundninella fuscata and Cyanotis species

Nilgiri Tahr, Nilgiri Langur, Lion-tailed Macaque, Asian Elephant, Gaur (Indian Bison), Tiger, Leopard, Wild Dog (Dhole), Rusty Spotted Cat, Small Indian Civet, Striped-necked Mongoose (above), Brown Mongoose, Clawless Otter, Common Otter, Large Brown Flying Squirrel, Grizzled Giant Squirrel,Mouse,Deer,Sambar,BarkingDeer.

Birds Black Eagle, Crested Goshawk, Rufous-bellied Eagle, Black Baza, Mountain Hawk Eagle, Crested Serpent Eagle, Peregrine Falcon, Pallid Harrier, Spot-belliedEagle, Owl.

Mode of Safaris:  Private Vehicles are not allowed inside the sanctuary. Tourists can visit in tourist’s zone via Bus

How to Reach  :   
Nearest  air port is Cochin 115 km and nearest railway station is Munnar about 25 km. The Entrance to Eravikulam is at  5 km distance from Railway station.




barking Deers