Kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park

Kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park

Kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park is one of the beautiful creations made by human for preservation and safety for wildlife, Biodiversity and Ecosystem. You can also call it the “concrete jungle”. There is lot of information and knowledge you can gain about the wilderness and environment and our Ecosystem.

Kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park

The National Park is stated in Jubilee Hills, In Hyderabad, in Telangana. Kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park was named after the Chief Minister of state Kasu Brahmananda Reddy. The park property covers 1.425km of area, and it was declared as a national Park in 1998 by government of Andhra Pradesh, after the clarification of approval of Center Government. The popular Chiran palace also stated in national park, and built in 1960. The area covered by palace complex is 400 acre, and located in the center of jubilee hill, in national park.

KBR National Park

KBR Park Hyderabad

Zones of Kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park

Conservation zone and visitor zone, two zones of the park are having 86.50 Ha and 56.00 Ha.

Conservation zone

The whole park is maintained by conservation zone. The park has a high wall, the construction work or any improvement work has the responsibility of conservation zone.

Visitor’s Zone

Visitor zone take care about the visitors, who come to visit the park. For them there are path ways, no vehicle entry is allowed in the national park.

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Main Fauna of national Park

The center of the attraction of the park is its beautiful Peacocks. There are near about 300 of birds, included 130 different species of birds available in the park. As well as the 30 species of butterflies you will found in the park. Pangolin, wild Cat, Boar, Mongoose, Monitor Lizard, Porcupine, Peacock, Partridge, Snakes and small Civet are the animals which are dominant attraction of national park. There are 20 species of mammals in the park.

Dominant Flora of National Park

Kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park has very green and environment friendly atmosphere. Commonly there are many trees you can see like Palash, Neem, Sandalwood, Babul, Teak and Ficus. The park has 600 species of trees, grass, shrubs, herbs and climbers.

KBR Park Entry Fee

In very cheap price you can enter in national park, and can enjoy the glimpse of Nature, and wilderness. You can buy your ticket from ticket counter, outside from national.

  • For Adult – 20rs per person
  • Children – 10rs
  • Annual Fee for Adults – 800 to 1500/-
  • Annual Fee for Senior Citizen – 500 to 1000/-
  • Monthly Fee – 200 to 400 for per person

KBR Park Timings

  • In summer’s, Morning time is – 5.30Am to 10.00Am
  • In summer’s, Evening time is – 4.30Pm to 6.30Pm
  • Winter Morning time is – 6.00Am to 10.00Am
  • Winter’s Evening time is – 4.00Pm to 6.00Pm
  • Rainy season timing in Morning – 6.00Am to 10.00Pm
  • And in Evening – 4.00Pm to 10.00Pm

Kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park remains open for whole year, but the best time to visit the national park is during July to September and November to February. So make your plans according to opening months, mostly people like to visit the park in rainy season, because in rainy season the park looks more green and beautiful with many plants and flowers.

KBR National Park

As everybody knows Hyderabad is major city, so there are many ways to reaching to national park. You can find well connected roads everywhere.

By Air-Begumpet Airport is the nearest airport to kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park. It is well connected with roads, and provides you such comfort.

By Rail– Hyderabad and Secundrabad railway stations are the nearest railway station for kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park, Which are also well connected with several road networks.

By Road-if you want to go by road then the National park is very well connected with major cities and roads. There are many private and government vehicles available, which runs at frequent intervals. You can choose them according to your comfort level and timing.

Near By Places to Visit

The national park itself the full package of natural beauty and wild. But if you are seeking the other attraction then of course you can have it. Bird Safari, Jungle Safari, Nature Walks, and Photography of tremendous sceneries these all are also attract many tourists towards it. There are walking paths have been created for visitors; you can enjoy the natural beauty with relaxation.

Accommodation near KBR Park

In world famous city like Hyderabad, there is no worry for accommodation. There are number of hotels and lodges you will find for staying. The most popular hotels near kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park are Ebony Boutique hotel; this is stated in Banjara hills, Taj Krishna hotel, it is also on Banjara hills. As well as many of lodges and inns are available with affordable price. You can also do advance booking on phone or by internet for avoiding any inconvenience.

Contact Information of KBR Park

If you want to know about the kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park or want any information regarding with park then there are contacts available:

Divisional Forest Officer of Hyderabad (wildlife management) – 040-23607663 and Forest Range Officer of kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park- 040-23555463.

Kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park is the beautiful Indian tourists Spot. The incredible flora and fauna, Biodiversity, and environment of the park are awesome. You can gain so much knowledge and education about environment and ecosystem. The preservation of wildlife and safety is very important to everybody, and government playing this duty very well, but it is the duty to all of us. We must have to keep these natural places clean, and neat. Nobody have to right to throw garbage here and there, and harm any government property. The national park is the proud of Hyderabad, especially the Chiran palace of Nizams. The concrete jungle has still gaining lot of attraction and praise by every tourist who come to visit the national Park. Thousands of tourists come every year to visit the national park, so we must take care of the park and wilderness.

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