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About Achankamar Tiger Reserve

Achankamar Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1975 and declared as a tiger reserve in 2009. Legend has it that a British man was killed by a tiger’s sudden (‘sudden’) attack (‘mar’) in this forest.
And hence the place came to be known as Achankamar or Sudden Attack. Another legend has it that when the British employed both the Gond and Baiga tribes as
laborers for forestry at the present site of the Achankamar rest house, the two groups quarreled over each other claiming that one had got too much work.
And the other has got less job opportunities, hence the sudden attack without any prior intention and plan.
The place came to be known as “Achanak-Mar” since

the British officer in charge described the incident as “SIR Achanak Mar Ho Gay”.
The tropical moist deciduous vegetation that covers most of the area provides

the park with high floral and faunal diversity.
Forming a part of the larger Achankamar Amarkantak Biosphere Reserve, the area is home to over 1400 species of plants and over 300 species.

The Maniyari river that flows through the center of the reserve is its lifeline.

Achanakmar is a corridor connecting Kanha and Bandhavgarh
Tiger Reserves and plays an important role in

the dispersal of tigers within these sanctuaries.
The sanctuary is home to Bengal tiger, Indian leopard, striped hyena, Indian jackal, dhole, sloth bear, gaur, sambar, spotted deer, nilgai, four-horned
antelope, barking deer, wild boar and many other species. More than 150 species of birds fly across the landscape.
Achanakmar’s rich vegetation, plains and hills still retain

the feeling of an untouched and unexplored landscape.
It offers wildlife and researchers an opportunity to discover many rare species which are not yet in

the records of the Zoological Survey of India.
Through the green roofs, breathing in the fresh air and the sudden sighting of wildlife gives a high like no other.

Wildlife in Chhattisgarh

Palmed Wildlife Sanctuary is an important wildlife sanctuary in Chhattisgarh.
Covering an area of ​​262 sq km, it is

situated in the southern Dantewada district of Chhattisgarh and
the sanctuary is close to the Andhra Pradesh state border.

Palm Wildlife Sanctuary has some valuable trees like bark and teak.
Mixed forests create a distinct aura of this place.

Travelers visiting this place are lucky to experience the dense forest
that creates an enchanting atmosphere.

Deer can be easily seen in Pameda Wildlife Sanctuary.
Here you find chital or spotted deer, India gazelle and chinkara.

Those who are interested in wildlife
will never forget the images of deer roaming around the sanctuary like carefree creatures of nature.

History of Achankamar

Tiger Reserve A visit to the Tiger Reserve promises to be a very mesmerizing experience of the Maikal range.
Explore dense green bark and bamboo forests and enjoy wildlife viewing.

Achankmar Tiger Reserve is located in Bilaspur district of Chhattisgarh. Even a short trek in this park easily reveals its extraordinary beauty and biodiversity, the best time to visit the tiger reserve is from November to June.

Trekking for wildlife lovers

Explore the desert of Achankamar and find your soul in its beauty Achankamar Tiger Reserve invites nature lovers and wildlife lovers to join in exploring and enjoying the lush greenery of the desert-filled Michael
Range and enjoy the beauty of the wild Maniyari River flowing through the jungle landscape of Achankamar every second Saturday of every month.

Participate in trekking by making phone bookings

Volunteers can participate in trekking organized by Amankamar

Tiger Conservation Foundation by contacting this
mobile number. +91 7067122488
(Viren Singh Netam) Volunteers should pay the trekking fee INR 200/- in the account number given below.
Confirm their participation by sending confirmation of their participation via WhatsApp to their mobile number after
payment. +91 7067122488
Name :- Amankamar Tiger Conservation Foundation
Account Number :- 50200025484509
IFSC Code :- HDFC0003659

Booking Details

Office Address :- Achanakmar Tiger Reserve Lormi District Mungeli     Chhattisgarh India. 

Phone :- 0000000000 

Email :- ddatr_bsp@rediffmail.com 

Web :- www.Tigerofachanakmar.org 

Resort Address :- Shivatrai Resort Kota District Bilaspur Chhattisgarh India.

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