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Anamudi is the highest point in the Western Ghats in South India at 2695 feet. It is located in Idukki District of Kerala. Rare fauna and flora in all sections of The Slopes. The Atlas Moth, the largest in the world, is a unique resident of the park. Some of the rare species found here include lion-tailed macaques, leopards, Nilgiris langurs and tigers.

The Anamudi Shola National Park which is located in this region is a protected area and is managed by the Forest Department of Kerala. The wildlife sanctuary is divided into three areas: core area, tourism area and buffer area. Visitors are only allowed to tour the Rajamalai – the Nilgiris Tahar, which is nearby. Visitors are not allowed during the rainy season.

Trekking is a great option, and tourists are allowed to hike to the highest altitude. Anamudi Peak is renowned for trekking in Munnar. The peak is 2,695 meters above the ground. Anamudi is the highest point of Western_Ghats and South India. It is located in the Eravikulam National Park. The 2-3 day trekking program starts in the valley of Eravikulam and stops at night in the tribal villages of the forest. It is mandatory to obtain prior permission from wildlife authorities before starting the trek to Anamudi Peak.

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