Bor tiger reserve is located 40 km from Wardha district administration and 65 km from Nagpur.
where wild animals like tigers, foxes, dogs and bears are seen. Peacocks are abundant.
This place is worth a visit.
The central government has declared the Bor sanctuary in Wardha district of Vidarbha as
a ‘tiger project’ due to the increase in the number of
tigers in the area due to the abundance of natural resource.
It is the sixth tiger sanctuary after Tadoba, Melghat, Pench Nagzira and Sahyadri Sanctuaries and covers.
on an area of about 13 thousand 812 hectares and which is home to tigers as well as leopards and bears.
The habitat of the tigers has changed due to the dense forest and the abundance of
water,but also due to the many other animals that the tigers need to hunt.
This area, which is the only place in the country with a very small area, but with
the Central Government Forest Department has declared a high tiger population as a ‘Tiger Reserve’
Car Facilities for Bor Tiger Reserve Safari
There is an irrigation project on the Bor River, which flows through the tiger reserve itself.
There is an tourist information center for tourists at the entrance of Bor Dam and
It is from here that permission is granted to visit the Bor Tiger Reserve.
Cars are also available for safari.
Four wheeler vehicle is allowed for forest visit and permission is given for passenger vehicle,
person and forest guards of the forest department on payment of due fee.
In this fee, if you are going from Monday to Friday, then you have to pay 4 thousand 375 rupees for six persons.
Along with this you get 1 guide. 6,000 is charged on weekends i.e. Saturdays and Sundays.
Tourists have been made easy to enjoy jungle tours every day from 6 AM to 11 AM and 2 PM to 6 PM.
How to reach bor tiger reserve ?
Nagpur is the nearest domestic airport connected to Mumbai, Pune and Nagpur
other Indian airports with regular international flights.
While reaching Nagpur by air, one can reach Wardha by rail or road as per their personal preference.
Wardha is the nearest railway station to Bor Wildlife Sanctuary and
is directly connected to Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur and other cities.
Wardha is easily accessible by car and from Wardha tourists travel by road to Hingani and then take tourist cars and jeeps for the sanctuary.
Although Wardha is the nearest railway station at a distance of 32.5 km,
Buti Bori Railway Station (50.2 km) is another option used by tourists to reach Bor Sanctuary.
Regular buses are available for Bor Wildlife study from
cities like Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Akola, Amravati and Wardha.
Hingi (Hingani) is the nearest receipt from the sanctuary at a distance of 5 km.
Wardha can be easily reached from Mumbai, Pune and
Nagpur through state transport company buses and
various Hingini from Wardha can be reached through local buses.
From Hingani bus, tourist car seats and jeeps can be allocated directly to the visitors who will be tourists.