Gundla Brahmeswaram Wildlife Sanctuary is a protected area, located in the Nallamala Forest in Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh. The sanctuary derived its name from the Gundla Brahmeshwaram plateau. It was declared wildlife sanctuary on September 18, 1990 and covers an area of around 1,194 kilometres square. The sanctuary lies between Mantralamma kanuma and Nandi kanuma hill passes. A river named Gundlakamma River flows through the sanctuary. The ideal time to visit the place is between October and May as the weather remains pleasant. It has an abundance of flora and fauna.
The sanctuary is home to mixed deciduous forest of Terminalia, Albizzia, Teak, Pterocarpuss, Anogeissius, Andug, Bamboo Dalbergia, Boswellia and Shisham.
Mammals: langurs, panthers, tigers, rats, hyenas, Rusty-spotted cat, Indian flying squirrel, Lesser woolly horseshoe bat, Mouse deer, Pangolin, Sambar deer, Nilgai, Bonnet macaques.
Birds: Different varieties of bird species are found here.
Reptiles: Pythons, Crocodiles and Monitor Lizards.
The ideal time to visit the place is between October and May as the weather remains pleasant.
Nearest Train Station: Nandyal Railway Station is the nearest railhead, located about 30 kms away from the sanctuary.
Nearest Airport: The nearest airport is Hyderabad International Airport.
Road Accessibility : The sanctuary can be reached by road from Kurnool which is only 100 kms away.