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Bor Wildlife Sanctuary comprising of 61.10 sq.km. came into existence vide Government of Maharashtra Notification No. WLP-1670/43126(a)-4, dt.27/11/1970. Bor Wildlife Sanctuary is situated along the Southern boundary of Nagpur district and Northern boundary of Wardha district of Maharashtra, and extends over an area 61.10 sq.km. excluding the reservoir. It represents the floral and faunal wealth of Satpuda-Maikal Landscape. Satpuda runs along the Northern boundary of Maharashtra from West to East and meets the Maikal Hill range which comes from Kanha. It was a game reserve which was subsequently declared as Wildlife Sanctuary in 1970 to conserve its rich biodiversity and the catchment value of Bor River whose sub basin is Wardha River and basin is Godavari River. Bor Wildlife Sanctuary supports a dense population of Tiger and Panther which is comparable to Kahna and Pench in terms of animals/km2. Bor Wildlife Sanctuary derives its name from Bor River which meanders along the central portion of the sanctuary like serpants and divides the sanctuary in two parts. The Sanctuary area constitutes a unique Eco-system comprising a wide variety of flora and fauna, including the diverse and rich aquatic life and avi-fauna. It is also known for sites and places of natural scenic beauty, religious places like Shiva Temple at Khori-Khapa, Bruhaspati Temple at Chauki, Hanuman Temple at Khadki and Ganesh Temple at Kelzar. It is believed to be an important place of Mahabharata time.

Bor Wildlife Sanctuary

GATE ENTRY OF Bor Wildlife Sanctuary
Item Pench Tiger Reserve Bor Sanctuary Bordharan Tippeshwar Sanctuary
Sillari Kolitmara Chorbaol Khubada(Saleghat) Khursapar Bordharan Kharandla Pauni Thana (Kuhi) Sunna Mathani
1 Closed for
Tourism on
Wed Wed Thu Mon Tue Mon Mon Sat Mon Mon Mon
2 Maximum
Number of
Morning 35 7 24 12 14 25 20 12 12 5 6
Evening 45 13 24 12 14 25 20 12 12 6 6
3 Park Entry Fees Rs. Per Tourist on all Day's Per Adult
( > 12 Years)
75 75 50 50 75 50 50 50 50 50 50
Per Adult
( < 12 Years)
26 26 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25
4 Park Entry Fees per Vehicle Jeep, Car 400 400 100 100 400 100 100 100 100 100 100
Mini Bus 800 800 200 200 800 200 200 200 200 200 200


1st Oct to 30th Nov
Entry Exit Entry Exit
6 am - 8 am 10 am 2.30pm - 4pm 6.30pm
1st Dec to 28th / 29th Feb
Entry Exit Entry Exit
6.30am - 8.30am 11am 2pm - 3.30pm 6pm
1st Mar to 30th April
Entry Exit Entry Exit
5.30am - 7.30am 10 am 3pm - 4.30pm 6.30pm
1st Dec to 28th / 29th Feb
Entry Exit Entry Exit
6.30am - 8.30am 11am 2pm - 3.30pm 6pm

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