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Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary

TTDC / Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary

The Mudumalai National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary has several endangered and vulnerable animal species including elephants, tigers, gaurs and the Indian leopard. This is the first national park that was founded in India in 1940. The sanctuary has five ranges that include Masinagudi, Theppakadu, Mudumalai, Kargudi and Nellakottai.
There are around 48 tigers in this reserve and around 260 species of birds, including the endangered Indian white-rumped vulture and the long-billed vulture. There is an elephant camp at Theppakadu which was established in 1972, where people can interact with trained elephants.
There are jeep services and elephant safaris that can take you into the jungle. There are also homestays and other places to stay should you opt to do so.

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