A centre of Hindu pilgrimage, Adasa attracts a large gathering in the month of Pausha (Dec/Jan) when a fair is held.
Bhamragarh Wildlife Sanctuary has many types of wild animals like Leopard, Jungle Fowl, Wild Boar and Sloth Bear, Barking Deer, Blue Bull, Peacock and flying Squirrel. The entire area is covered with the moist deciduous mix forests. Gond-Madia tribes are the people residing around this sanctuary. The local dialect is Madia and Gondi. Hemal kasa Lok Biradari Project run by Dr. Prakash Amte is the other place of interest around the sanctuary.
Located in the Hingni Range, north of Wardha, the Sanctuary abounds in wildlife like the Panther, Sloth Bear, Sambar, Chital, Barking Deer and Wild Boar. The avian population found here is diverse and colourful. Fishing is possible in the lake.
Chaprala Wildlife Sanctuary is home to nearly 131 species of wild animals like Tiger, Leopard, Jungle Cat, Sloth Bear and Wild Dog. Many of the species are included under the endangered species' list like two species of bird, two species of Reptiles, Indian Python and Common Indian Monitar.
8 km from Ramtek, this place has a small temple of Vithoba lying peacefully on the banks of the Chandrabhaga River. It has a variety of water sports to offer as well. This place is known to be the Pandharpur of Vidarbha.
Set amidst the green and serene forest of Khapra the place is known for a wide variety of flora and fauna including the occasional tiger that will intrigue wildlife enthusiasts and scientists alike.
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