This Weekend, Flee To This Wildlife Sanctuary That Is Located On A Riverbank

Pranahita Wildlife Sanctuary


Hold your breath as you walk into Pranahitha Wildlife Sanctuary because you shall spot endangered species like Chinkara, Black Buck, and wolves. Walk into the wild for a trip you'll cherish for a long time!

What Makes It Awesome

On the banks of Pranahitha — a tributary of river Godavari, this wildlife sanctuary thrives and consistently attracts travelers and bird/animal enthusiasts. Located in Mancherial of Adilabad district, this sanctuary is around 300 km away from Hyderabad, making it an ideal weekend getaway. Enveloped with bulky deciduous trees, it will immerse you with the roars of animals. Get delighted by the sound of birds chirping around you as you walk into the wild. It is home to several species of birds, mammals, and reptiles, and if you're lucky enough, you might encounter a palm civet or hyena on your way. Listen to the call of the wild by sitting on the natural rock formations or check out the aquatic birds like teals, stokes, Brahminy Ducks, and herons. 

Think you need more? Settle for a sunset that'll give you an amazing view of the Deccan Plateau. 


If you are looking for a stay near the sanctuary, check into the forest rest houses in Mancherial. Or there is Haritha Hotel in Adilabad that'll sort your stay.

Pranahita Wildlife Sanctuary