Kawal Wildlife Sanctuary, located in Adilabad District is spread across an area of 893 square kilometers and was established in the year 1964. The two landmarks of Kawal Wildlife Sanctuary are the watch towers in Donga pa My and Alinagar Village. These towers offer a breathtaking view of the sunrise and the sunsets. The Kawal Wildlife Sanctuary is abounds in teak forest, bamboo and other diverse species of flora. It was chiefly because of the bio diversity of the place that it was declared a sanctuary. You will get to chance upon a number of mammals in Kawal Wildlife Sanctuary which include Cheetal, Sambar, Nilgai, Barking Deer, Indian Bison, Sloth Bear, Panther and Tiger. Among the birds that are commonly spotted in the sanctuary are partridges, peacocks, quails, vultures, eagles, kites, owls, Mynahs, pigeons and kingfishers. Kawal Wildlife Sanctuary also offers asylum to reptiles like Python, Crocodile, Star Tortoise, Cobra and Monitor Lizard. The climate in the Kawal Wildlife Sanctuary is usually hot and dry, the only exception being the months of June to September, the time for the south west monsoons. Accommodation is not a problem at the Kawal Wildlife Sanctuary as you can stay put in the Forest Guesthouse at Jannaram. Southindiatourtravel.com is an international travel site and a repository of useful information on Kawal Wildlife Sanctuary and to other places of tourist interest in South India and around the globe.
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