Welcome to Bor Wildlife Sanctuary

Bor was declared as a Tiger Reserve in August 2014. It is one of the latest and smallest tiger reserves in the country. Bor was declared as a wildlife sanctuary on 27/11/1970. Bor Tiger Reserve 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. kms 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 bio diversity and the catchment value of Bor river whose sub basin is Wardha river and basin is (Manoli-Bordharan) Godavari river. Bor Tiger Reserve supports a dense population of herbivores and carnivores which is comparable to Kahna and Pench in terms of animals/km .

 

Maps

 

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ADMINISTRATION                                       

                                 

                                                                                                   MR. M.S.REDDY (IFS)
                                                                        CHIEF CONSERVATOR OF FOREST & FIELD DIRECTOR
                                                                                                 PENCH TIGER RESERVE

 

                                                                                                    MR. S.B. BALLAVI
                                                                        DIVISIONAL FOREST OFFICER – BOR TIGER RESERVE

 

                                                                                                   MR. A.B. TARSEKAR
                                                                                   ASSISTANT CONSERVATOR OF FOREST

NOTIFICATION DATES & AREA STATEMENT

PROTECTED AREA AREA NOTIFICATION
Bor Wildlife Sanctuary 61.10 sq.km 1970
New Bor Wildlife Sanctuary 60.70 sq.km 2012
Extended Bor Wildlife Sanctuary 16.32 sq.km 2014
Bor Tiger Reserve 138.12 sq.km 2014
Buffer of Bor Tiger Reserve 633.85 sq.km 2016

 

TOURIST INFORMATION

Tourism Gates:
There are 2 tourist entry gates of Bor Tiger Reserve – Maharashtra. 
Bordharan Gate
Adegaon Gate

 

BORDHARAN GATE

Bordharan gate is the main tourist gate of Bor Tiger Reserve – Maharashtra located at 62 Kms on Nagpur Hingna road.
How to reach: Bordharan Gate can be reached from Nagpur via Hingna – Kavdas – Hingni - Bordharan

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Safari : Safari can be done in Morning and Evening. Details as follows
Morning: 20 Vehicles
Evening: 20 Vehicles
Gate Closed on : Monday
Park timings as per season can be viewed at www.mahaecotourism.gov.in
For accommodation and safari booking visit our website: www.mahaecotourism.gov.in

 

ADEGAON GATE

Adegaon gate is the second and recently opened tourist gate of Bor Tiger Reserve – Maharashtra located at 52 Kms off Nagpur- Wardha road.
How to reach: Adegaon gate can be reached from Nagpur via Wadi – Bazargaon – Shiwa - Adegaon

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Safari : Safari can be done in Morning and Evening. Details as follows
Morning: 5 Vehicles
Evening: 5 Vehicles
Gate Closed on : Monday
Park timings as per season can be viewed at www.mahaecotourism.gov.in
For accommodation and safari booking visit our website: www.mahaecotourism.gov.in

 

SAFARI TIMINGS

Period Morning Evening
Entry Exit Entry Exit
1st Oct – 30th Nov 6:00 am – 8:00 am 10:00 am 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm 6:30 pm
1st Dec – 29th Feb 6:30 am – 8:30 am 11:00 am 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm 6:00 pm
1st Mar – 30th Apr 5:30 am - 7:30 am 10:00 am 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm 6:30 pm
1st May – 30th Jun 5:00 am – 7:00 am 9:30 am 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm 7:00 pm