Anamudi shola national park – location, entry details, best time to visit
Anamudi shola national park located in idukki district
Anamudi shola is a national park and protected area in kerala preserved under forest department. anamudi shola is established in 2003 in idukki district. there are five national parks total in kerala. four of them are protected in idukki district. anamudi shola, mathikettan shola, pambadum shola, these three are located in idukki and they established in 2003. it sprawling an area about 7.5 km at the green soul of the district. the primary aim of the preserved area to protect the shola forest ranges in idukki district. mannavan shola, idivara shola and pullardi shola together known as the anamudi shola.
The shola showing high vegetation and hence it got very high rainfall annually, the average rainfall of this region is about 2500 millimeter per year. the peculiarity of this national park is heritage prperty by the world list of UNESCO. the near by sanctuaries like chinnar, eravikulam and kurinjimala sanctuaries. these all are surrounding the anamudi shola and this also the heritage part of the list by unesco along with western ghats. october to march is the best time to visit the destination. thoovanam waterfalls, pambar river, chinnar river and pambadum shola national park are the adjacent attractions you can enjoy when you plan a trip to this beautiful place.
Western ghats declared as world heritage list by UNESCO in 2012 july 1, on the conference in russia. it well connect to mathikettan shola by the valuable herbs and trees. the heavy forest range of this region is the core of biodiversity. coimbatore airport is the nearest airport and is located at a distance of 150 km and cochin airport is at 160 km from the destination. aluva railway station is 150 km from here. the conservation of this national park is maintains by the munnar wildlife division in idukki district.