Covering an area of 61 sq km, Bor is a vast wildlife sanctuary that is located at Hingni in Wardha, Maharashtra. It is home to wildlife species like tigers, panthers, monkeys, bears, wild dogs and its flora comprises teak, ain , tendu and bamboo. The best time to visit the sanctuary is during summer in the wee hours of the morning. The best part about Bor Wildlife Sanctuary is that it covers a limited area of 16 km, which makes it very easy to spot wild animals, especially the elusive tiger. For an immersive experience, tourists can stay at the Forest Guest House managed by the Forest Department of Maharashtra. The wildlife sanctuary derives its name from the gushing Bor river that divides it into two parts.

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