Gundla Brahmeswaram Wildlife Sanctuary is located about 30 km from Nandyal railway station and is on the border between Kurnool and Prakasam districts.
Gundla Brahmeswaram Sanctuary occupies an area of over 1194 km2 and is covered by mixed deciduous forests. It is situated on Gundla Brahmeshwaram plateau running south to north of the Nallamala Hills range. The perennial Gundlakamma River flows through the sanctuary is the life-line of the wildlife sanctuary as it presents a varied habitat for wild life. One remarkable fact about Gundla Brahmeswara Sanctuary is that it is the last surviving tract of pristine forests of Nallamala Hills. The wildlife include Bengal tiger, Indian leopard, Sloth Bear, Wild Dog, Striped Hyena, Jungle Cat, Tufted Gray Langur, Bonnet Macaque, Indian Pangolin, Sambar Deer, Nilgai, Four-horned Antelope, Chinkara, Mouse Deer, Monitor Lizard, Indian Rock Python and Marsh Crocodile.
The main attractions of the Gundla Brahmeswara Wildlife Sanctuary are Mouse deer and Tufted Gray Langur. The sanctuary abounds in plants that have immense ethno-botanical value. In fact, the sanctuary is renowned as one of the most picturesque forest areas in India. The sanctuary boasts of a rich and diverse flora that comprises trees like Teak, Shisham, Boswellia, Terminalia, Dalbergia and Bamboo.
Animal lovers can look forward to a close encounters. The Gundla Brahmeswara Wildlife Sanctuary is marked by dense forests, abundant flora and fauna and picturesque spots.The climate of the Gundla Brahmeswara Wildlife Sanctuary region is usually hot round the year with most of the precipitation occurring during the monsoon. Maximum temperatures in summer soars in the range of 40–45 °C while winters in the Gundla Brahmeswara Wildlife Sanctuary are usually mild and pleasant.
The best time to visit is from October to March. Tourists can stay at the inspection bungalow at Nandyal and a Forest Rest House at Diguvametta.The major town Kurnool is 70 km northwest of Nandyal.