Kalakkad Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve situated in province of Tamilnadu, is the second-biggest ensured territory in Tamilnadu State. The consolidated territory of the Kalakad Sanctuary and the Mundanthurai Wildlife Sanctuary is a fortune trove for untamed life aficionados and picture takers. Amazingly wealthy in biodiversity, one can spot Mundanthurai natural life in the entirety of its encompassing excellence.
The Kalakkad Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve was made in the year 1988 by consolidating Kalakkad Wildlife Sanctuary and Mundanthurai Wildlife Sanctuary.This asylum covers a region of around 817 sq. km, out of which 459 sq. km falls under the center zone and staying 358 sq. km goes under the support zone. Settled amongst Kerala and Tamil Nadu, the Agastya Malai Hill Range shapes the center zone of the haven and is a piece of one of the world's 18 biodiversity hotspots. It is likewise under thought by the UNESCO as a world legacy site.
The geology of Kalakkad is rough with ious perpetual slope streams beginning from the rainforest regions on the upper slants and they intersection to shape the waterways of Thamirabarani, Manimuthar and Ramanadhi. There are dams worked over the Thamirabarani River and its tributaries which lie inside the Tiger Reserve to be specific Papanasam dam, Manimuthar dam and Servalaru dam. Drifting Facilities are accessible at Papanasam dam, yet swimming is entirely disallowed as it is populated with crocodiles. Significant cascades inside the Reserve are Agasthiyar Falls, Banatheertham Falls and Manimuthar Falls. The best time to visit Kalakkad Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve is from September to January.