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Welcome to
Eravikulam national park

the home of Nilgiri Tahr

 

Eravikulam National Park is 97 sq. km. in extent, situated along the crest of the Western Ghats in the High Ranges of Idukki district of Kerala state, India.

The Park holds the largest viable population of the endangered (IUCN) Nilgiri Tahr (Hemitragus hylocrius).

Apart from tahr, the Park is the abode of other little known fauna such as Nilgiri marten, ruddy mongoose,small clawed otter,dusky striped sqirrel etc

Free Nature Education Camp at Eravikulam National Park »

Havoc caused by rain
Eravikulam National Park closed to visitors

Considering panic situation caused by heavy rain Eravikulam National Park closed for a period of three days from 25/06/2013 to 27/06/2013.

Site managed by:
Department of Forests and Wildlife, Goverment of Kerala