Bor wildlife sanctuary is located in Wardha District near Hingi. Varieties of animal are found in this wildlife sanctuary. Bor wildlife sanctuary covers about 121.1 square kilometre area including the drainage basin of Bor dam.
Bor wildlife sanctuary is locate in mid of the other Bengal Tiger reservoir like Nagzira wildlife sanctuary (125 square km to east northwest), Tadoba wildlife sanctuary (85 square km to southeast), Umred Karhangla wildlife sanctuary (75 square km to east southeast), Pench tiger reserve (90 square km to northeast), Satpura national park & tiger reserve (160 square km to northwest) & Melghat Tiger reserve (140 square km to west northwest).
About 4.3% of total area of Bor wildlife sanctuary is designated for wildlife tourism & public access for nature. In other hand public is restricted in 95.7% area. Because of Bor reservoir this wildlife sanctuary is physically divided into two parts, but area of reservoir is not includes in sanctuary.
Bor wildlife sanctuary contain some religious places such as Bruhaspati temple at Chauki, Ganesh temple at Kelzar, Shiva temple at Khori-Khapa Hanuman temple at Khadaki.
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Tip for Visitors: Best time to visit Bor wildlife sanctuary is in April & May.
Sanctuary is closed on every Monday.
Various geniuses of animal & plants found in sanctuary:
Plant Life: Bamboo, Kusum, Mahua, Tivas, Teak, Ain are found in sanctuary.
Animal Life: Tiger as well as Leopard, sloth beer, Blue bull, Indian Bison, wild Boar, Monkey, Mouse deer & wild dog are live here.
How to Reach:
By Air: Nearest air port is Nagpur (80 km from Bor).
By Train: Wardha (35 km from Bor) is the nearest railway station.
By Road: Hingni (5 km) is nearest main bus stop.