Thursday, March 3, 2011


  • The climate is pleasant for most parts of the year. The park has a high view point and a watch tower to watch the animals at close quarters.  

  • The Park also organizes safari drives, nature trails and snake shows to enliven the tryst with nature. The park has a well-stocked library, an Environmental Education Center with an auditorium and a museum with wildlife exhibits.
  • An awe-inspiring collection of snake skins could also be seen at the Park's museum and if you prefer a closer look at the reptiles, interactive sessions and slide shows are also organized at the auditorium. 

  • Mrugavani National Park also arranges nature camps for groups and provides tents and dormitories for up to 40 people. It has two cottages with sit-outs as well. All bookings need to be made at the Forest Office counter, at the KBR National Park .

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