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Kawal Tiger Reserve

The Govt of India has announced Kawal wildlife sanctuary as a Tiger Reserve in 2012.

Kawal Tiger Reserve
(Last Updated On: August 8, 2018)

Kawal Tiger Reserve in Adilabad

Kawal Tiger Reserve in Adilabad district of Telangana is a great potential for increasing the population of tigers. Read more about this nature reserve which is emerging as a popular tourist destination in Telangana state.

Kawal Tiger Reserve is situated at Jannaram mandal which is the major city of Adilabad district in Telangana. Though now it’s survived a huge tree felling and individual infringement, the Telangana Government has taken up some positive endeavors to restore its own resources. At this time it is a great spot for a small visit through the jungle. You will find deer, sambars, wild buffaloes and a good number of all langoors which can be at sight if you are fortunate. The Govt of India has announced Kawal wildlife sanctuary as a Tiger Reserve in 2012.

The sanctuary is rich with Teak plantation stretched over a place of Area: 892.23 square kilometers with a pristine and dense range of woods area. The River Kadam escapes nearby, which also is a very wonderful tourist attraction. The Dry Deciduous Teak Forests is accompanied by lovely vegetation such as Bamboo, Anogeisus, Terminalia, Pterocarpus, and Cassias.

If you’re at the ideal time while going into the jungle, then you get to find quite a few of Mammal species like tiger, leopard, cheetah, sambar, gaur, nilgai, barking deer, chowsingha, and the infrequent sloth bear. It’s home for many species of birds among which the most common is the parakeet and the Great Indian Bharadwaj. You see many species of reptiles like Iguana, Monitor lizard and the most poisonous Rattlesnake.

Wildlife fans who are seeking a small jungle excursion in Telangana can appreciate a great short day out within this world of jungle.

There are two rivers accentuating the location with their beautiful ambience, Godavari and Kadam. The Kadam river is now commanded by a dam and the Telangana Govt. Has also made a tourist lodge to remain there.

Travelling Tips

The place is hot during summer, so better to wear something cool and less colorful. You should not carry any eatables except water bottles and also please don’t throw any litter in the jungle region. Don’t forget to take some mosquito repellent and then use it until you put in the forest. Maintain silence if you’re keen to get glimpses of these wildlife species.

How to Reach

The Kawal Tiger Reserve is 60 kilometers from Mancherial and 280 km from Hyderabad if you go by road.

Activities

Jungle excursion by the Forest Department’s vehicle. Stop by the following areas:

  • Kuntala Waterfalls
  • Pochera waterfalls
  • Kadem Reservoir

Though they all are very alluring water bodies, people aren’t allowed to take bath or go close to the water because of crocodiles.

Since it is quite a hot location, the very best time to visit is from November to June.

History

It’s regarded as the earliest Wildlife sanctuary from the North Telangana. The forest was a free green habitat and has been recently declared by the Government as a Tiger Reserve in the year 2012.

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