Bor Wildlife Sanctuary: A Haven for Tigers and Panthers
Bor Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in Hingi in Wardha District in the Indian state of Maharashtra. There is important wildlife conservation going in here. Bor Tiger Reserve is the place where you come if you want to see royal Bengal tigers. These animals are magnificent and are a joy to behold.
Bor National Park is covered with green and the main species of trees found are southern mixed dry deciduous forest, Teak, ain, tendu, and bamboo. All lovers of wildlife and adventure like Bor Tiger Reserve, you are most welcome to visit Bor Wildlife Sanctuary.
Bor Tiger Reserve will be a nice escape from city life. You will find pristine nature in the lap of Bor National Park. Bor Wildlife Sanctuary get very hot during the summer, so April to May is the best time to visit Bor National Park. You can take, train, plane or bus.
If you take the train, Wardha is the closest station. If you take a plane Nagpur is the closest airport. You can also take a bus, taxi or private car. There are different government and private hotels available at Bor Wildlife Sanctuary; you can book the one which is most suitable for you. Though the tiger is the main attraction in the Bor forest, you can also see panthers, bison, blue bulls, chitals. You can also see beautiful peacocks in Bor National Park.
Bor Wildlife Sanctuary is a place of extraordinary natural beauty and resources, but not much government work is being done in the forests of Bor National Park. There are problems with poachers. Still, Bor Wildlife Sanctuary is a major tourist attraction and if you are a lover of wildlife, especially tigers, this is the place, you would want to visit.