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Mudumalai National Park - Things to Know Before Visiting


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About Mudumalai National Park

The Mudumalai Sanctuary is an important wildlife habitat due to its strategic position as a Wildlife corridor between several other protected areas making an essential part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve.

Attractions Near Mudumalai National Park
Pykara Lake
Pykara Lake15.18km from Mudumalai National Park

The Pykara is the largest river in the Nilgiris district and is revered by the Todas, an Adivasi community, who consider it to be sacred

Kalhatti Falls18.33km from Mudumalai National Park

Also called as Bird watcher falls situated around 400 feet high in the Sigur plateau.

Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary
Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary21.71km from Mudumalai National Park


Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary amazes the visitors with its rich fauna and an opportunity to come in close contact with some of the elusive creatures of the wild.

Bandipur Tiger Reserve And National Park23.87km from Mudumalai National Park

This national park is famous for its wildlife riches which covers around 874 sq km. This park suits people who love nature, photography, and adventure.

Tamilnadu Tourism Ooty Boat House24.12km from Mudumalai National Park


Park, boating, picnic spot.

Government Botanical Garden25.01km from Mudumalai National Park


A must-visit tourist destination in Ooty with a huge collection of rare Botanicals.

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The Name ‘Nilgiris’ means Blue hills (Neelam – Blue and Giri – Hill or Mountain). The view of the violet blossoms of ‘kurinji’ flower enveloping the hill ranges periodically. Hence the name Nilgiri arose.