Location: At a distance of about 55 Km from Warangal, Eturnagaram Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the Eturnagaram village in Warangal District, Andhra Pradesh. The sanctuary is located near the border of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh.
Description: One of the oldest sanctuaries of Andhra Pradesh, Eturnagaram sanctuary was declared as a wildlife sanctuary on 30 January, 1952 by Hyderabad Government because of its rich bio-diversity. Spread over an area of 803 Square Kilometers, the sanctuary is rich in flora and fauna. This natural park holds historical significance as well, due to the existence of tree fossils in various areas of this sanctuary. Dense forests, gushing streams and wonderful springs can be easily witnessed across this wildlife sanctuary, making it very fascinating. Dayyam Vagu, a river flowing through Eturnagaram wildlife sanctuary, separates it into two parts. Thick natural vegetation, a huge variety of birds and animals find their home in this region. The sanctuary gives a splendid view of the wildlife of Andhra Pradesh. A large number of tourists and adventure lovers come here to explore magnificent beauty and come close to nature.
Activities: A walk around this widely spread wildlife sanctuary surely leaves tourists spell bound. Besides exploring the flora and fauna, tourists can indulge in photography and experience the beauty of springs that flow in this sanctuary in abundance.