Bori Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the Hoshangabad District near the capital of the state. The sanctuary houses one of the long-standing forest reserves known as the Bori Reserve Forest. The Sanctuary had been established in 1865 along the banks of the river Tawa. The wildlife sanctuary is beautifully situated at the piedmont of the magnificent Satpura Range and spreads over an area of 510 sq. km. Bori wildlife sanctuary shares their boundary with the Satpura National Park and the Pachmarhi Sanctuary. The sanctuary is rich in both flora and fauna. The park is bejeweled with lush green trees like bamboo, tendu and teak. If it is your lucky day, you can spot animals like leopards, muntjac deer, tigers, gaur, rhesus macaques and chital deer. The best time to visit is between Novembers to April.
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