Photo Gallery For Kambalakonda Wildlife Sanctuary’s
Kambalakonda Wildlife Sanctuary is a large forest reserve near Vishakapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, with a total area of 17,000 acres. The sanctuary’s lush green trees make it a great place for trekking and hiking while also ensuring the sanctuary’s long-term suitability for wildlife.
Adventure sports are available in the area, as well as a visit to the Kambalakonda Wildlife Eco Park for those seeking a different type of vacation. This extremely scenic region of India’s Eastern Ghats is a great place to visit during the cooler months of the year.
The sanctuary’s total area is seventy square kilometres. The Indian leopard is the most important species in the area. Since March 10, 1970, the sanctuary has been managed by the Andhra Pradesh Forest Department. They are now working on making it more tourist-friendly.
Kambalakonda Wildlife Sanctuary’s flora and fauna:
The sanctuary has a high level of floral and animal diversity, including some extremely rare species and breeds.
- Indian Screw Tree which is also called as Helicteres Isora
- Bush Plum Tree which is also called as Carissa Spinarium
- Jungle Berry Bunches which has an other as Polyalthia Cerasoides
- Indian Leapord
- Indian Pangolin
- Madras Treeshrew
- Russel’s viper or Daboia russelii
- Indian Golden Oriole
- Indian Peafowl
- Banded bay Cuckoo
- Wide varieties of Butterflies
Variety of activities to participate at Kambalakonda Wildlife Sanctuary:
- Spot Flora and Fauna
- Night Safari
- Boat Ride
- Horse Riding
- Adventure sports like Crossing bridges
- Hitch Hiking
- Visit Indira Gandhi Zoological Park
Kambalakonda Wildlife Sanctuary Entrance Fees and Timings
Kambalakonda Wildlife Sanctuary entrance costs Rs. 10 for adults and Rs. 5 for children. The entry fee for a vehicle is Rs. 200, which includes the entrance fee for five people.
If you want to book a cottage, it will cost you Rs.250. Rs 15/- per a person to trekking,for a group of ten people, the trekking fee is Rs.150.
How To Reach Kambalakonda Wildlife Sanctuary’s
The Sanctuary is about 5 kilometres north of the city centre of Visakhapatnam. On the Vijayanagaram to Srikakulam stretch of National Highway 16, you can take public buses or taxis.