Bor wildlife sanctuary
Sight Address : Manoli, Maharashtra 442106 Edit
Bor Wildlife Sanctuary is located at Hingni in Wardha, Maharashtra. It covers an area of 61.10 sq km. It includes 3,237 hectares of Reserve Forest, 2,213 hectares of Protected Forest, and 660 hectares of Unclassified Forest. Bor Wildlife Sanctuary 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.
Area : 61 km.
Gate : Bor.
Apart From tigers, sloth bear, leopard, bisons, deer, sambar, nilgais, wild boars, barking deer, Bor dam itself is a beautiful site.
Safari timings during Summer : 6.30 am to 10.30 & 3 pm to 6 pm.
Best Season to Visit
April to May
Best Time To Visit
Time Required for Sightseeing
Area Cover by Sanctuary : 61 sq. km
Tourism Route : 40 km
Requied Time : 3 – 4 Hours..
Ticket Required : Yes Edit
Individual National Adult Rs. : Rs. 50/-
Kids Rs. : Rs. 25/-
Individual Foreigner Adult Rs. : Rs. 50/-
Kids Rs. : Rs. 25/-
Still Photo Camera Rs. : N.A.
Video Camera Rs. : N.A.
Vehicle/ Gypsies Rs. : Vehicles – Rs. 100/-
(Gypsies available. Private Vehicles allowed. Vehicles allowed per day – 50)
Vehicles allowed Per Gates : Bor (50 vehicles)
Guide Required : Yes Edit
Approximate cost: Rs. 240/-
Dress Code (If Any) : No Edit
Dress Require: N.A.
How to ReachEdit
Taxi : Private Taxies are available here.To reach Bor wildlife sanctuary shortet route from Nagpur is via Hingana, Kawdas, Hingni and Bor. Another route that can be taken is from wardha road via Butibori, Takalghat, Selu, Hingni and Bor.
Bus : Hingni (5 km) is the nearest bus station.
Train : Nearest railway station is at Wardha (35 km)
Air : Nagpur is the nearest airport (80 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.
- Police – 100
- Fire – 101
- Ambulance – 102