Hyderabad has been growing steadily for many decades and inspite of the urbanization, the city is home to bustling wildlife which represents the full might of mother nature. The Kasu Bramhananda Reddy National Park located in the heart of Hyderabad is primitive yet enlightening and exotically beautiful. This place is commonly called as the KBR National Park, and this is a must visit place.
Established in the year 1994 with an objective of protecting the richness and biodiversity of the area, this enchanting Kasu Bramhananda Reddy National Park is spread across an area of about 156 hectares in the midst of Hyderabad's upmarket Jubilee Hills area.
The park is not only breathtakingly picturesque, but it is also home to a variety of flora and fauna like other prominent national parks. There are nearly 600 species of trees and plants within the vicinity of the park such as herbs, shrubs, climbers and creepers. KBR park is also home to thriving fauna with approximately 20 species of reptiles, 13 species of birds, 20 species of mammals, 15 species of butterflies, and variety of invertebrates. This park is also home to the magnificent Chiran Palace of the former Nizam of Hyderabad and some other historic structures.
How to Reach
KBR Park is located on near Banjara Hills- Jubilee Hills stretch in Hyderabad, and is nearly 8 km from the heart of the city and is easily accessible by road.
Where to Eat
There are many eateries, fast food joints, budget hotels as well as high-end restaurants nearby for tourists.
Where to Stay
Telangana Tourism operates Plaza Hotel in Begumpet at distance of 6 km from KBR national park for a comfortable stay. The Plaza hotel here is ideal for tourists visiting destinations in and around Hyderabad. Haritha Taramati Baradari resort, located at a distance of 17 km from KBR national park, which has A/C suites and A/C rooms wherein tourists can experience luxury in the vicinity of a prominent monument.