About Eravikulam National Park (Rajamala)
(Eravikulam National Park would be closed from February 1 to April 1 to ensure a safe calving season.)
Eravikulam National Park, Munnar
Eravikulam National Park also known as Rajamala national park, is located 13 km away from Munnar town. This park is administered under Kerala forest and Wildlife department and became national park in 1978. Eravikulam National Park is a 97 km2 national park located along the Western Ghats ,Kerala. Anamudi, the highest peak of south India was located in this park. The view of the valley from here is fabulous and offers a satisfying trip for tourists.
Is Rajamala open now?
Yes The Eravikulam National Park is reopen from12/08/22
How to reach at Eravikulam national park?
The park is accessible from Kochi (Kerala) and Coimbatore (Tamil Nadu) Airports, which are located at about 148 km and 175 km respectively. Munnar, the nearest town (13 km) is well connected by roads from Kerala and Tamil Nadu. The nearest Railway Station in Kerala is Aluwa (120 km) and Coimbatore (160 km) in Tamil Nadu.
What is eravikulam national park famous for?
This park holds the largest viable population of Tahr, several other species of rare animals, birds and butterflies
What are the Specialties in Eravikulam national park ?
Rajamala is the tourism zone of Eravikulam National Park and is a place where one can see Nilgiri Tahr at close quarter.The tourism zone will be closed in calving season during Feb – March every year. Visitors can get assured sighting of Nilgiri Tahr, feel the kurinji and experience the shola grassland eco system. Visitors will be picked from 5th Mile on safari buses and dropped back. The park has restaurants, eco shops and an amenity centre.
Visiters entry is as per ticket.
Ticket Fee of Eravikulam National park or Rajamala?
- Indian Adults – 200/-, Kids -150, Foreign Nationals – 500/-, Ordinary Camera – 50/-, Video Camera – 350/-
- Advance Reservation fee Rs 50/-
How many hours you can spend in Eravikulam national park?
Around 2 hours need to visit the whole national park .After taking the bus we can see the wonderful views of Mountain, Shola forest.etc. When we reach at the top of destination, We can experience the Fascinating beauty of Eravikulam national park.
Is the covid certificate mandatory for tourist entry in Eravikulam National park?
Yes, As per Covid 19 protocol Vaccination Certificate /covid negative certificate is mandatory for tourist entry in Eravikulam national park.
When is the Closing period of Eravikulam National Park ?
Every year sometime during February-March, which is the calving season, the park remains closed to the public.
Is parking facilities are available in Eravikulam national park ?
Inside the park there is a wide area of parking area was available for the visitors.
When is the Best Season to visit Eravikulam National Park ?
The best season to visit Eravikulam National Parak is from September- May
Is pets are allowed in Eravikulam National park ?
Inside the Park, do not keep pet animals, firearms, traps, poisonous or any other substances which is injurious to the wildlife.
Is advance reservation is available in Eravikulam National park ?
Advance booking was available in rajamala, it should be extra - . you can book your tickets by email,watsapp or by online booking through our website. For booking you need to send the name,id card number with id type , age to our team in Munnar Info.
What is are the Specialties Of Nilagir Tahr ?
Nilagiri Tahr, (Scientific name; Nilgiritragus hylocrius ). Is one of the few species of Mountian Caprinae and the only Tahr, which is adapted to Cold & Wet tropical Environment.The male Tahr will be bigger and darker than the female one.
Neelakurinji and Eravikulam National park
The blooming of the Neelakurinji flower, which appears once every 12 years, and can only, be viewed here in Munnar
About Anamudi -
Anamudi is the highest peak in the Western Ghats and in South India, at an elevation of 2,695 metres (8,842 ft). It is located in the southern region of Eravikulam National Park at the junction of the Cardamom Hills, the Anaimalai Hills and the Palani Hills.
Inside the Park, do not keep pet animals, firearms, traps, poisonous or any other substance which is injurious to the wildlife.
- Parking Available
- Entrance fee
- Toilet Available
- Food available for Purchers
- Camera/Video allowed extra chargable
- Resting & siting area available
- Wearing of shoes allowed
- While on safari, sighting of wildlife is absolutely based on chance; not certain.;
- Carrying of food and beverage items into the Park is prohibited.
- Do not litter the park; leave your foot prints only.;
- Smoking, consumption of alcohol and other contrabands inside the Park is prohibited.
- Feeding, teasing, disturbing wild animals is strictly prohibited.
- While inside the Park, do not keep pet animals, firearms, traps, poisonous or any other substance which is injurious to the wildlife.
- Do not play music, honk or speak loudly and carry plastic materials inside the park as the Park is a Plastic free zone.
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