Nine sanctuaries and national parks in India to visit

Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary

Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary, Kannur Overview

This is located on the Western Ghats, in Kerala, and is covered in tropical and semi-evergreen forests.

Elephants

Elephant

Being the northernmost wildlife reserve in the whole of Kerala and the only wildlife sanctuary in Kannur, the Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary is quite a big deal.

Malabar Giant Squirrel

Malabar Giant Squirrel

Amidst these sky-touching trees and mesmerising greenery, many exotic wildlife species have marked their territory.

Gaur

Wild Gaur

Taking a safari through the thick verdure and venturing deeper into the forests, you will encounter many striking and remarkably extraordinary species of animals as well as birds that will leave you stumped and in awe of nature’s wondrous creations.

Safari Way

Safari Way

There are nature camps organised at the Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary that attempt to acquaint the people, especially students, to the wildlife and give them a chance to take a much-needed break from the city’s blaring noise.

Spotted Deer

Spotted Deer

The sanctuary also has a few trekking locations that have attracted the attention of many tourists for the past few years.

Barking Deer

Barking Deer

The landscape of the Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary is an interesting one that ranges between a depth of only 50 metres above sea level to an altitude of 1145 metres in the skies at Katti Betta, its highest peak.

Nilgiri Langur

Nilgiri Langur

Dotted with towering trees and dense foliage, this sanctuary is adorned with a beautiful mix of a diverse forestation- evergreen, semi-evergreen and moist deciduous.

Hanuman Langur

Hanuman Langur