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Read More.. Travelling Routes Air Nagpur (140 Km) is the nearest airport from where it takes 3 hour taxi rides to reach the park. BOOK NOW Rail Chandrapur (49 kms) and Nagpur (151kms) are nearest railheads. BOOK NOW Road Nearest bus stop is Chandrapur and Chimur (32 km), but bus or cabs are also available […]

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Overview:- A picturesque and scenic town in Orissa in the area of Marurbhanj, Simlipal was once a hunting ground for the erstwhile rulers of Marurbhanj. The area is today being credited with the largest wildlife sanctuaries of India and is also considered as one of the main tiger project in India. Being derived from the

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Panna National Park

Overview:- Tigers are known to move out of areas in an attempt to carve out their own territories. What was however insightful and also satisfying for wildlife managers at the Panna National Park was the park’s turnaround. From a reserve without any tigers in early 2009, it had turned into hub from where tigers had

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Overview:- Kuldiha Wild Life Sanctuary, spread across an area of 300 sq km, is situated in the deciduous hilly terrain of the Kuldiha forests, in Balasore. Offering an appropriate environment for a variety of rare wild life, some of the animals that are seen in this sanctuary include sambar, elephants, gaur, leopard and giant squirrel.

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Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary

Overview:- Ever wished for running wild amuk the giant elephants? If yes, there is a place where you can go wild with the forest animals. A paradise for elephants, Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary is a sanctum for city-dwellers and wildlife enthusiasts. Located very close to the steel city of Jamshedpur, it poses a stupendous option for

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Overview:- Betla National Park is a beautiful place, located in the Chota Nagpur Plateau of the Latehar District of the state of Jharkhand. ‘Betla’ is an acronym of the following words- Bison, Elephant, Tiger, Leopard, and Axis-axis. The area in Palamu District in Jharkhand was set aside as a protected area in 1947 under the

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Overview:- The lush forests of bamboo and sal will welcome you into nature’s lap as you enter the “brother fort”. The name “Bandhavgarh” is due to the presence of ancient fort on the mountain. It was believed that lord Rama has gifted the fort to his younger brother and hence the name Bandhav (Bother) Garh

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Overview:- Located in the greenest state of India, Chhattisgarh, Achanakmar wildlife sanctuary is a pristine, prominent wild tourist hub. It extends over 557 sq. km area in Kota Taluk, Bilaspur district of Chhattisgarh. It is linked by the corridor of Kahna- Achanakmar to Kanha Tiger Reserve in Madhya Pradesh to preserve the genetic linkages. It

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Introduction:- The Dooars or Duars are the foothills of the eastern Himalayas in North-East India around Bhutan. Duar means ‘door’ and the region forms the gateway to Bhutan from India. There are 18 passages or gateways through which the Bhutanese people can communicate with the people living in the plains. This region is divided by

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East-sikim Introduction:- East Sikkim is one of the four districts of the state which is the south-east part of Sikkim. The capital city of Sikkim – Gangtok, is located in this part of the Sikkim and this part is also the hub of all the administrative activities on the state. East Sikkim Tourism has a

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