Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary: is situated at the Tirora Range of Bhandara Forest Division, which comes under the Bhandara District of Maharashtra. It is approximately 130 km to the west of Nagpur and makes one of the popular excursions from the city. The sanctuary serves as the perfect place for all those who love to explore nature and its various facets. Bird and animal lovers will find a visit to the Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary, one of the best ways to spend their weekends.
Situated away from the air and noise pollution of the cities, the sanctuary usually forms a part of the itinerary of those visiting the Nagpur city of Maharashtra. Here, you will be witnessing some of the rarest as well as most exotic species of wild animals as well as birds, roaming freely in their natural habitat. The scenic locales and mesmerizing setting of Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary of India further adds to its attraction. The hills surrounding it seemed to be carpeted with greenery, while the valley and gorges simply take away your heart.
Navegaon National Park: is located in the Navegaon area of Maharashtra, at a distance of approximately 150 km from Nagpur city. It is one of the most popular forest reveres of the Vidarbha region of the state and was established in the 18th century. Sprawled over an area of almost 135 sq km, the wildlife park comprises of a deer park, an aviary, 3 landscaped gardens and Dr. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary.
Flowing through the Navegaon Wildlife Park is the beautiful Navegaon Lake that flows with crystal clear water. A series of cascading trails leads one to the lake, which stretches over an area of somewhere around 11 sq km. There is also a watch tower inside the wildlife park, from where you can get awesome views of the entire region. The best time to visit Navegaon National Park is during the months of April and May.
In case you a bird lover, it is better to come here during the period of October to June. During this time, Navegaon Lake is visited by huge flocks of migrating ducks, which seem to wake you up with their loud calls. Infact, the bird sanctuary at the national park is home to more than half of the bird species found in Maharashtra. The vegetation here is mainly of the Southern mixed dry deciduous type, comprising of Teak, Haldu, Jamun, Kawat, Mahua, Ain, Bhel & Bhor trees.
Sevagram Ashram: is situated at Sevagram village near Wardha town, approximately 75 km away from Nagpur city. The main attraction of ashram is that it served as the headquarters of Mahatma Gandhi for six years, from 1934 to 1940. It was here only that he lived, along with his wife Kasturba, for a few years. Mahatma Gandhi built the Sewagram Ashram himself, with the material that was available locally. He lived at the ashram, amidst lush green surroundings, without any facilities of electricity and telephone.
Pench National Park: lies nestled in the lower southern reaches of the Satpura hills, on the southern boundary of Madhya Pradesh. Earlier a wildlife sanctuary, Pench was given the status of a tiger reserve in the year 1992, when it was included under the umbrella of "Project Tiger". Spread over an area of approximately 758 sq km, the national park has been named after the Pench River, which flows inside its premises from north to south. The best time for visiting the park is November to March.
Ramtek: The story goes that Shri Ram
tarried here a while with Laxman and Sita. Hence, the name. It was here that the prolific Sanskrit poet Kalidas wrote his epic Maghdootam. Besides the Shri Ram Temple and the Kalidas Memorial, there is Ramgiri hill, Ramsagar lake.This place has been immortalised by the visit of Lord Ram, Sita and Laxman, hence the name Ramtek. The place is also famous as the place where the poet Kalidas composed his epic "Meghdoot". The main attractions here are the Ram temple which is more than 600 years old, as well as the Jain temple which has some beautiful carvings and sculpture.Ramtek is about 50 kms. from Nagpur.
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