Bhamragarh Wildlife Sanctuary

Bhamragarh Wildlife Sanctuary is a rich wonder presenting a mix of flora and fauna. The sanctuary is located in Chandrapur district of the Vidarbha region in Indian state of Maharashtra. Travelers visiting here fall in love with its natural vegetation which includes verdant forest and tiny patches of grass lands. Outlook of the Sanctuary is beautified by the Pamalgautam and Parlkota rivers which flow through various parts of the Sanctuary.      

Fauna at Bhamragarh Wildlife Sanctuary
Bhamragarh Wildlife Sanctuary gives wildlife lovers some great opportunities to spot a variety of wild animals, including some endangered ones. Visiting here on a jeep and going deep into the forest area is a thrilling experience. Some of the commonly found animals here include leopards, peacocks, wild boars and flying squirrel.

Flora at Bhamragarh Wildlife Sanctuary
Flora of this sanctuary makes this wildlife abode really beautiful.  Here you will find mostly moist deciduous mixed forests. Some of the trees which can be found in all regions here include arjun, bija, kuda, bel, kusum, mango, bamboo, etc.

Best Time to Visit
Months from October to May are the best time to visit Bhamragarh Wildlife Sanctuary. Summer months from March to June increase the chances of spotting animals majorly near lakes. 

How to Reach:
By Air: The nearest airport to the Sanctuary is Sonegaon Nagpur at a distance of 370 km.
By Rail: The railway station of Ballarpur is closest to the sanctuary around 163 km away.
By Road: Regular state-run buses to and fro from Chandranagar.


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