Shenduruny Wildlife Sanctuary Kerala

Known as God's Own Country, Kerala in South India offers something to everyone. From sun-kissed beaches to Ayurvedic rejuvenating centers and spice plantations to wildlife sanctuaries. With Kerala Travel Tourism, take a wild adventure journey and explore the plant and animal life of the region.

Welcome to Shenduruny Wildlife Sanctuary, 66 km from Kollam town in Kollam district. Declared in 1984 a wildlife sanctuary, it has taken its name from Chenkuruny (Gluta travancoria), an endemic species of tree. There is a 26 sq km of artificial lake in the heart of the reserve that was formed by the Parappar Dam.

Travel to Shenduruny Wildlife Reserve in Kerala and spot various species of flora and fauna. Blessed with beautiful surroundings and pleasant climate, a tour to Shenduruny Wildlife Sanctuary in Kerala will definitely refill your energy level. Shenduruny, according to archeological reports, was the origin of one of the oldest river valley civilization in the country. Some ruins were excavated from a large cave, showcasing a stone age culture to the Mesolithic period, at the north west of the Shenduruny River.

Situated on the shores of Shenduruny River, travelers can explore the wildlife treasure while traveling Shenduruny Wildlife Sanctuary. This wildlife reserve houses several wildlife species like elephants, barking deers, gaurs, Indian porcupine, etc. Besides photography, you may enjoy a picnic with your family and friends.