Bhoramdeo Wildlife Sanctuary also known as Bhoramdeo, is located in Kabirdham district at a distance of 140 km from Raipur and is named after the famous Bhoramdeo temples. The Bhoramdev Wildlife Sanctuary is in many ways the face of the wildlife in Chhattisgarh and is visited widely by tourists.

The flora in the Bhoramdev Wildlife Sanctuary In Chhattisgarh is composed of Sal,  Saja, Teinsa, Kara and Haldu species.

The fauna comprises mostly of wild animals like leopard, hyena, fox, bear, cheetal, wild buffalo, nilgai etc. The river  Sakari flows through the sanctuary is the source of drinking water for the wild animals.

Flora and Fauna: 
The flora in the Bhoramdev Wildlife Sanctuary In Chhattisgarh is composed of Sal,  Saja, Teinsa, Kara and Haldu species.

The fauna comprises mostly of wild animals like leopard, hyena, fox, bear, cheetal, wild buffalo, nilgai etc. The river  Sakari flows through the sanctuary is the source of drinking water for the wild animals.

Major Wildlife Attractions:
Bhoramdeo Wildlife Sanctuary is home to leopard, hyena, fox, bear, cheetal, wild buffalo, nilgai etc. The river  Sakari flows through the sanctuary is the source of drinking water for the wild animals.

Best Time to Visit: The period from November to March is ideal to visit the Sanctuary.

How to Get there:
Air:Nearest Air port is Raipur 140 Kms.

 

Road: The place is easily approachable.

General Info / Tips:
Climate in the Sanctuary is tropical and remains pleasant with the summer being a bit hot.

Location:
Chhatisgarh, India

Nearest Access:
Kawardha

Wildlife Found:
Leopard, Hyena, Buffalo

Coverage Area:
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