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Shendurney Wildlife Sanctuary, Kerala, India
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Shendurney Wildlife sanctuary is situated on either side of the Shendurney river in the Kollam district. Formed around the Kallida Irrigation Project, the Shenduruny Valley is one of the richest floral areas of Kerala. Sanctuary is acclaimed the world over for its bio-diversity. The tourist season is during the cooler months from October to March.The mean temperature during summer is 35 degree centigrade and during winters it around 16 degrees centigrade, with the annual rainfall is approximately 3200 mm. Elephant, Tiger, Leopard, Bear and the Lion-tailed Macaque can be found here. Closely is Tenmalai, where a number of tea and coffee estates can be found.
Accommodation is available at the Rest House at Thenmala owned by the Public Works Department.