Bhamragarh Wildlife Sanctuary

Bhamragarh Wildlife Sanctuary

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India /Maharashtra /Gadchiroli /Bhamragarh

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Detail InformationEdit

Bhamragarh wildlife sanctuary is also situated in Gadchiroli district, about 370 sq. km from Nagpur. Many types of wild animals like leopard, jungle fowl, wild boar and sloth bear, barking deer, blue bull, peacock and flying squirrel are found there.

Area : 370 sq. km

Bhamragarh Wildlife Sanctuary Leopard

Bhamragarh Wildlife Sanctuary Leopard

HistoryEdit

N.A.

Must SeeEdit

Must See
Many types of wild animals like leopard, jungle fowl, wild boar and sloth bear, barking deer, blue bull, peacock and flying squirrel are found there.

Visiting TimeEdit

Safari timings during Summer : 6.30 am to 10.30 & 3 pm to 6 pm.

Closed OnEdit

N.A.

Best Season to VisitEdit

February to May.

Best Time To VisitEdit

Morning, Afternoon.

Time Required for SightseeingEdit

Area Cover by Sanctuary : 70 sq. km.
Tourism Route : N.A.
Requied Time : 2 – 3 Hours.

Ticket Required : Yes Edit

Individual National Adult Rs. : N.A.

Kids Rs. : N.A.

Individual Foreigner Adult Rs. : N.A.

Kids Rs. : N.A.

Still Photo Camera Rs. : N.A.

Video Camera Rs. : N.A.

Vehicle/ Gypsies Rs. : N.A.

Vehicles allowed Per Gates : N.A.

Guide Required : Yes Edit

Approximate cost: N.A.

Dress Code (If Any) : No Edit

Dress Require: N.A.

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How to ReachEdit

Taxi : N.A.

Bus : Nearest main bus stations are Aheri (102 km), Ballarpur and Chandrapur (212 kms).

Train : Nearest Railhead is Ballarpur (197 km).

Air : Nagpur is the closest airport (370 km).

Others : N.A.

Things to CarryEdit

  • Carry some food, Plenty of water and Camera.

Safety / WarningEdit

  • Do not disturb the animals during day time as most of the nocturnal animals sleep during day time.

HelplineEdit

  • Police – 100
  • Fire – 101
  • Ambulance – 102

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