Shendurney Wildlife Sanctuary
70 Kms From Kollam, Kerala
On The Banks of
Shendurney Wildlife Sanctuary situated 70 kms from Kollam, on the Kollam-Shencotta Road, is a green valley of fine forests, situated on the banks of the Shendurny River. Steep and craggy peaks surround the sanctuary, which is dotted by several breathtaking ravines.
On the northern side of the sanctuary is Palaruvi, a good-looking picnic spot. In the tropical evergreen and mixed deciduous forests here are found a variety of animals.
The Wild Population
The park is rich in flora and fauna and is a haven to a variety of animals such as Elephants, Gaurs, Barking Deers, Cobra, Viper, Python and the Indian Porcupine.
HOW TO GET THERE
Air: 70 kms away is the nearest railway station at Kollam.