KBR National Park

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Kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park” or “KBR Park” formerly known as Chiran palace is located at jubilee hills Hyderabad, which covers an area of 1.4 sq km approximately. The park was named after former chief minister of Andhra Pradesh, Kasu Brahmananda Reddy. In the park, you can find animals like pangolin, small Indian civet, jungle cat, porcupines, reptiles and 30 varieties of butterflies etc. There are over 600 species of trees, shrubs, climbers, herbs, grasses, besides several pteridophytes, bryophytes ,xerophytes and 140 species of birds like the red vented bulbul, spotted dove, peacocks, robins, small bee eaters and many more.

“KBR Park” was established in the year 1994, with the intension of safeguarding the biodiversity and richness of the area and remains open throughout the year. One can also find water bodies, which are major part of the park provide much needed moisture for the plants and quenching the thirst of birds and animals.

Here, one can find walkers all around the park during mornings and evenings, as the environment remains pleasant with the support of natural treasures motivates people to visit the park on daily basis. The KBR National Park is considered as a protected groove of our state.

Location Road No 92 Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad
Connectivity Well connected by APSRTC Buses and MMTS Trains
Main Attractions few species of animals and birds, plant species, water bodies