Gundla Brahmeswara Sanctuary (Nandyal)
Gundla Brahmeswaram Sanctuary is located between Kurnool and Prakasam
districts. It is sprawled over an area of 1194 sq.km at a distance of 30
Km. from Nandyal. The Gundla Brahmeswaram sanctuary has mixed deciduous
forests of Teak, Prerocarpuss, Terminalia, Albizzia, Anogeissius,
Dalbergia, Boswelia, Shisham, Andug & Bamboo.
The Gundla Brahmeswaram is situated on Gundla Brahmeshwaram plateau
running south north of the Nallamallai hill range, with cuts and broken
hill ranges, valleys and plateau's. A perennial river by name 'Gundlakamma',
crosses through the Gundla Brahmeswaram sanctuary. The Gundla
Brahmeswaram sanctuary presents a varied habitat for wild life.
Tiger, Panther, Sloth bear, Wild dog, Hyena, Jungle cat, Langur, Bonnet
monkey, Pangolin, Sambar, Nilgai, Chowsinga, Chinkara, Mouse deer,
Monitor lizard, Python and Marsh crocodile are found in The Gundla
Best Time To Visit : October To May
Accommodation : Accommodation is available at Forest Guesthouse at Nandyal.