Albino Kukari

Nashik is the only place to spot them in India

Can be identified easily by checking brown dorsal, blackish bands and black arrow shaped markings on head. ve “A” shape marking in Zebra pattern. Body is slender with glossy, subequal and smooth scales. Dorsal color grayish-brown with blackish bands present from neck to end of the tail. These bands are broadest on top and tapers on flank. Juveniles have dense bands as compared to adults. Number of such bands vary from 10 to 30 or very rarely absent.

How to Explore

Distributed in variety of forests including rainforest, mixed, dry, moist deciduous forest, scrub lands, grassland, wetland etc. Habitat includes dry open lands, agricultural fields, open country, scrubs having low bushes, rocky terrain having mounds & vegetation etc. Hides in mounds, holes, piles, caves, cracks, dense leaf litters, dense vegetation etc.

Recommended Time & Duration

Mostly in the Summer season (from March to July)

Rules To Follow

Not to go close or disturb the snake.


Travel & Stay Partner

2 People in 1 Room
Room 1:
2 AdultsAbove 12 years
0 Children Below 12 years
  • Age(s) of Children
Room 1:
2 Adult(s)Above 12 years
0 Children Below 12 years
  • Age of Children

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