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Mudumalai National Park in Mudumalai

Summer: 22 to 37° C (Hot)
Winter: 19 to 32° C (Pleasant)
Monsoon: June to August (south west monsoon) and October to December (northwest monsoon)

Best time to visit:  February to May and September to October

Opening Time: 06:30 a.m. and 03:00 p.m.
Closing Time: 09:00 a.m. and 06:00 p.m.
Weekly Holiday: No Holiday

Entry Fees for Indians Adults:  INR 15
Children:  INR 10
Cameras:  INR 25
Video Camera:  N/A
Entry Fees for Foreign Nationals Adults:  INR 15
Children:  INR 10
Cameras:  INR 25
Video Camera:  N/A
Unfolded in 321 sq.km. Mudumalai National Park is situated on the northwestern side of the Nilgiri Hills. Also declared Tiger Reserve, the national park houses gray langur and the bonnet macaque. The park is very popular amongbird and animal lovers. 
Mudumalai National Park is under consideration by the UNESCO World Heritage Committee to designate this park as a ‘World Heritage Site.’ Home to numerous endangered species like Indian Leopard, Indian Elephant, Striped Hyenas, Gaur and Bengal Tiger, a visit to the national park also introduces visitors to a number of colourful and migratory birds.
Malabar Trojan, the serpent eagle and the Malabar grey hornbill are often spotted here. Some of the nearby attractions include Theppakadu Elephant Camp, Kallatty Falls, Moyar River, Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary and Pykara Lake etc. 


Road: Excellent bus service is available from nearby cities to Mudumalai National Park. The road condition is relatively good and provides travelling convenience.

Railway: Ooty Railway Station (located about 48 km.) is the nearest railhead to reach Mudumalai National Park. Taxi and bus services are available from station to the park.

Airway: Coimbatore Airport (located about 143 km.) is the nearest airport to reach Mudumalai National Park. The airport is well connected to nearby cities like Bangalore, Chennai and Hyderabad etc. Tourist taxis are available from the airport.