BOR WILDLIFE SANCTUARY

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Location: Hingni in Wardha, Maharashtra
Area: 61.10-sq-km
Best Time To Visit: April - May


Bor Wildlife sanctuary is located in Hingni in Wardha of Vidarbha region, covering an area of 61.10-sq-km. This area includes 3,237 hectares of Reserve Forest, 2,213 hectares of Protected Forest, and 660 hectares of Unclassed Forest. Many villages surround the sanctuary.

Flora

The area consists typically of Southern Mixed dry deciduous forest and the main species are Teak, Ain, Tendu and Bamboo etc.

Fauna

Tiger in Bor Wildlife Sanctuary in MaharashtraWild animals found in this sanctuary are Tigers, Panthers, Bisons, Blue Bulls, Chitals, Sambars, Peacocks, Barking Deers, Chinkara, Monkeys, Wild Boars, Bears and Wild Dogs.

HOW TO GET THERE

Air: Nagpur is the nearest airport situated at a distance of 80-km from the sanctuary.

Rail: Nearest railway station is at Wardha, 35-km from the sanctuary.

Road: Nearest bus station is at Hingni 5-km away from the sanctuary.

WHERE TO STAY

Irrigation rest house has 2 suits that are to be booked in advance. The PWD rest house has some accommodation but permission is required from the Deputy Engineer of PWD



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