<%@ page language="vb" autoeventwireup="false" %> ::: TAMILNADU TOURISM :::
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Crocodile Park

Rom and Zai Whitaker established the Madras Crocodile Bank Trust in 1976 with a specific goal of breeding the crocodile population of the Mugger .

Guindy National Park

The 2.70 km² CHENNAI - Guindy National Park, is unique in more ways than one.
Vedanthangal Bird Sanctuary
Vedanthangal Lake is at an altitude of 122 m. This Bird Sanctuary established in 1858 in an area of 70 acres, is 85 kms from Chennai

Mudumalai Sanctuary

It is located at an elevation of 1140 mts at the tri point junction of the States of Kerala, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.

Vallanadu Sanctuary

This is 35 kms from Thoothukudi on the Tirunelveli Thoothukudi highway in the Srivaikundam Tauk and located on an isolated Hilly area measuring 64 acres

Gulf Of Manner Marine National Park

This Marine park of Mannar spreads along 560 Km stretch between Rameswaram and Tuticorin. It is lying within the Bio Sphere of Mannar

Viralimalai Sanctuary

Viralimalai Sanctuary is 30 kms Tiruchirpalli and 40 kms from Pudukottai.The Viralimalai is a Bird Sanctuary, particularly a natural sanctuary of peacocks.

Point Calimere Sanctuary

It is around 70 kms from Nagapattinam and 11Kms from Vedaranyam.Point Calimere Wildlife Sanctuary was created in 1967 for conservation of Blackbuck.

Mukkurthi National Park

Short 45 Kms drive from Udhagamandalam, martenspread over an area 79 km on the south eastern corner of the Nilgiris Plateau.

Indira Gandhi National Sanctuary

There is a 30 Km wide gap [big break in the Western Ghat mountain range] between the Nilgiri Hills to the north and the Anamalai Hills

Mundanthurai Sanctuary

There is nothing to differentiate this sanctuary from the Kalakkadu Sanctuary, except for the absence of the Elephant and the Gaur.

Mayura Thottam

It is 22 kms from Ottapidaram of Tuticorin District. Mayurm means peacock in local language andThottam means Garden

Kalakkadu Sanctuary

It is the 17th Tiger Reserve in India and the only one in Tamil Nadu, was declared as a Tiger Reserve in 1988.

Srivilliputhur Sanctuary

Located at Srivilliputtur at an altitude that varies from 100 m to 200m.