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#10 of 22 Places To Visit in Coorg
pushpagiri wildlife sanctuary
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Somwarpet, Kodagu, Coorg, Karnataka, 571251, India
entry fee
for Indians
All days of the week
6:00 AM - 6:00 PM
visit duration
3 to 4 hours

about pushpagiri wildlife sanctuary

Nothing can be more beautiful than a reserve of rare fauna surrounded by emerald green forests. Located in the Somwarpet taluka of Coorg, Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary is touted as being one of the most important bird sanctuaries in the world. Home to rare and endangered species of birds, it is a spectacular place that will incite travellers to visit again and again. Visitors can spot several unique species of plants including Albizia lebbeck, Dysoxylum and Mesua ferrea.

Amongst others, you could also be lucky enough to spot the Indian giant squirrel and brown palm civet. The beautiful sanctuary also houses the highest peak of the area, the Kumara Parvat peak. So, buckle up to witness the charming beauty of Pushpagiri sanctuary or catch a glimpse of its rare fauna. And, surrender yourself to the beauty of nature.

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Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary traveller reviews

1 Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary review
Rashami Jadhav
Rashami Jadhav
kumar parvat trek
Jun 08 2015
i had been to kumar parvat 2 yrs back. The trek starts near the famous and beautiful kukke subramnya temple. I had no clue that it is a very difficult trek to begin with. First 6 kms are almost virtically upwards passing through the rich shola forest ...... read more

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