Wildlife Sancturies


Bor Resort (30 kms)-National Wild life Sanctuary

Bor Wildlife Sanctuary is located at Hingni in Wardha, Maharashtra. It is covered with southern mixed dry deciduous forest. Teak, ain, tendu and bamboo are the main species of flora in this sanctuary.
Tigers, panthers, bisons, blue bulls, chitals, sambars, peacocks, barking deers, chinkara, monkeys, wild boars, bears and wild dogs are the important faunas of the sanctuary.
April to May is the best time to visit of this sanctuary. Nearest railway station is at Wardha (35 km), while Nagpur is the nearest airport (80 km). Hingni (5 km) is the nearest bus station.




Nagzira National Park (191 kms) – National Wild life Sanctuary

Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary is locked in the arms of nature and adorned with a picturesque landscape, luxuriant vegetation and serves as a living outdoor museum to explore and appreciate nature. The sanctuary has a number of fish, 34 species of mammals, 166 species of birds, 36 species of reptiles and four species of amphibians. The invertebrate fauna includes, besides a number of insects and ant species, several species of butterflies. Nearly 30,000 tourists visits this sanctuary annually.



Tadoba National Park
TadobaAndhari Tiger Reserve (140 kms) National Wild life Sanctuary  & Tiger Reserve.
Often referred to as “The Jewel of Vidharba”, the Tadoba National Park lies in the district of Chandrapur in the north-eastern part of Maharashtra. It is notable as Maharashtra’s oldest and largest National Park.
Located in the heart of a reserved forest, it is an infinite treasure trove of innumerable species of trees and plants – and wildlife that includes tigers, panthers, sloth bears, hyenas, jackals, wild dogs, bison, barking deer, nil gai, sambar, and cheatal.



KanhaKesri (296 kms) – National Park  & Tiger reserve

Kanha National Park is one of the biggest park in Madhya Pradesh, India.’Kanha National Park’ is a national park and a Tiger Reserve in the Mandla and Balaghat districts ofMadhya PradeshIndiaKanha’ssal and bamboo forests, rolling grasslands and meandering streams stretch over 940 sq km in dramatic natural splendour which form the core of the Kanha Tiger Reserve created in 1974 under Project Tiger. This was the park that the Central Indian Barasingha, also known as the hardgroundbarasingha, was brought back from the virtual edge of extinction. By a special statute in 1955, Kanha National Park came into being. Since then, a series of stringent conservation programmes for the protection of the park’s flora and fauna has given Kanha its deserved reputation for being one of the finest and best administered National Parks in Asia, an irresistible attraction for all wildlife lovers and a true haven for its animal and avian population.

Pench National Park (239 kms) – National Wild life Sanctuary
Pench National Park is situated in Seoni and Chhindwara districts of Madhya Pradesh in India. It derives its name from the Pench River that flows through the National park from north to south dividing the park into almost equal western and eastern halves- the well forested areas of Seoni and Chhindwara districts respectively. It was declared a sanctuary in 1977 but raised to the status of National park in 1983. Later it was established as Tiger Reserve area in 1992. Park is famous for water rafting, only national park. In year 2011 park won the Best Management Award. This Park is accessible from Pauni on National Highway 7. This point is close to Nagpur, Maharashtra and is the most convenient to enter from Nagpur. Park have two famous gates as tourists entry, Turiya and Karmajhiri.


Karmazhari (68 kms) – Wild life Sanctuary & Tiger Reserve
Karmazari forest area comes under the “DandakAryana ” part of what you might have read in the Ramayana. Karmazari Forest boasts a wider variety of wild life. Thousands of Chitals, Sambur, Blue Bull, Bison, Barking Deer, Chow singha, the black buck on the chindwara side of the forest, Leopard, Tiger, Jackals plus a wide variety of Birds and Jungle Raptors.The size of the animals is huge and some of the think tanks with the forest department believe that this forest is the Nursery school for Tigers.
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