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    Default The Bor Wild life Sanctuary-The gem of Wardha

    It is 120 sqkm of densely forested region situated about 70km south west of Nagpur.From Nagpur one takes the NH7 upto ButiBori ,then MSH3 on the Wardha route to Seloo, then north to Hingni where Bor is located.The only options for staying are the forest guest rooms which may be booked online on the MTDC site.The accommodation and food is very basic and no hot water was supplied to us in the month of nov.Hospitality and friendliness was more conspicuous by absence.
    That aside the biodiversity of the place is impressive.Besides the Bor reservoir there are streams, rivers ,pebbled beds, teak forests ,bamboo thickets, lush plateaus, hills and hillocks.The safari trail is only 20km which is very short compared to others in MaharashtraYou are allowed to take your vehicle inside though gypsies are available for hire. Bor boasts a diversity of flora fauna-12 tigers leopards ,bears,wilddogs,sambhar nilgais wildboars, pangolins innumerable species of birds and reptiles.
    It performs the role of a satellite wls for the much large Pench and is proclaimed to be a breeding ground for tigers.
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