The Gautam Buddah Wildlife Sanctuary is located at a distance of 20 km from Gaya and 60 km from Bodh Gaya. The area of the Sanctuary is 259 sq.km situated on either side off the NH2. The forest of the sanctuary is located on the hill and undulating tracts lying north of the hilly terrain which is an extension of Chhotanagpur plateau. Among the wild Life found here are Tigers, Leopards, Hyenas, Sloth Bear, Wolf, Wild Dog, Wild Boar, Sambhar, Spotted Deer and Nilgai etc.

Major Wildlife Attractions: Sanctuary is home to Tigers, Leopards, Hyenas, Sloth Bear, Wolf, Wild Dog, Wild Boar, Sambhar, Spotted Deer and Nilgai etc..

Best Time to Visit: the Sanctuary is between the months of October to June.

How to Get there:
Road: Gaya is well connected to the all major cities.

Rail: Gaya is the nearest Train head.

Air: The nearest airport is at Patna.

General Info / Tips:
The sanctuary provides tourist accommodation in the Tata Steel and Forest department guesthouses.

Location:
Bihar, India

Nearest Access:
Gaya (20 Kms.)

Wildlife Found:
Tigers, Leopards, Bear

Coverage Area:
259-sq-kms