Located at the confluence of Wardha and Wainganga rivers, Chaprala Wildlife Sanctuary, in Gadchiroli district of Maharashtra, is home to a variety of wild animals and birds. Nearly 131 species of fauna like tigers, leopards, sloth bears and wild dogs, including endangered species like the Indian python and the common Indian monitor, reside here. Wild boar, spotted deer, sambar, barking deer, blue bull, jungle cat, jackal, peacock, jungle fowl and flying squirrel are also call this sanctuary home. Chaprala Wildlife Sanctuary has a rich protected forest area along with patches of grasslands that harbour these wildlife species. The best time to visit is during and between the months of February and May. Other places of interest around the sanctuary are Prashant Dham at Chaprala, Chaprala Temple and Markanda Temple.

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