The Topchanchi Wildlife Sanctuary covers a sprawling plot that measures approximately 8.75 square kilometers. Although the Topchanchi Wildlife Sanctuary is not that spacious yet it manages to preserve the innocuous essence of the wild beasts that reside in it. In spite of its petite area, the animals dwelling in the Topchanchi Wildlife Sanctuary of Bihar do not have to confront any sort of inconvenience.

The Topchanchi Wildlife Sanctuary at Bihar is also blessed with a tinge of sprawling grasslands and bamboo trees. This sanctuary is positioned in the Dhanbad district that is situated inside the premises of the Jharkhand.

The primary attractions that allure eco-tourists from all across the globe to the Topchanchi Wildlife Sanctuary of Bihar includes
Leopard, Jungle Cat, Cheetal, Barking Deer, Wild Boar, Mongoose, Langur, Jackal, Fox, Wild Dog.

Flora and Fauna:
The flora that dominates in the dense woodlands of the Topchanchi Wildlife Sanctuary are loaded with a huge variety of trees belonging to different species that include Asan, Bijasal, Dhow, Semal, Kendu, Piar, Karam, Siris, Sidha and other varieties as well. However the terrains like Baneshpur and Bawardhara are dowered with dry blended deciduous type of woods that primarily consists of Sal that belongs to the Peninsular origin.

The Topchanchi Wildlife Sanctuary at Bihar is also blessed with a tinge of sprawling grasslands and bamboo trees. This sanctuary is positioned in the Dhanbad district that is situated inside the premises of the Jharkhand.

The primary attractions that allure eco-tourists from all across the globe to the Topchanchi Wildlife Sanctuary of Bihar includes
Leopard, Jungle Cat, Cheetal, Barking Deer, Wild Boar, Mongoose, Langur, Jackal, Fox, Wild Dog.

Major Wildlife Attractions:
The major attractions at the Topchanchi Wildlife Sanctuary in Bihar includes Leopard, Jungle Cat, Cheetal, Barking Deer, Wild Boar, Mongoose, Langur, Jackal, Fox, Wild Dog.

Best Time to Visit:
The period from October to June is ideal to visit the Sanctuary.

How to Get there:
Rail: The closest railway station is situated at Gomoh.

Road: The sanctuary is well connected by road to major places.

General Info / Tips
Summers are very hot.

Location:
Bihar, India

Nearest Access:
Gomoh (31 Kms.)

Wildlife Found:
Leopard, Jungle Cat, Cheetal, Barking Deer, Wild Boar, Jackal, Fox

Coverage Area:
08.75-sq-kms