Bor Tiger Reserve is a wildlife sanctuary, located near Hingani in Wardha District of Maharashtra. It was declared as a tiger reserve in July 2014, covering a total area of 138.12 kilometre square. The reserve is very reach in flora and fauna which makes it worth visiting. Tourists visiting the tiger reserve have the option to choose jungle safari to get an opportunity to spot the tiger and explore the wildlife. A huge water reservoir called the Bor Reservoir also lies inside the reserve. The ideal time to visit the place is during the months of October to mid-June.
The vegetation of the tiger reserve consists of the main species being teak, ain, tendu and bamboo along with the main herbs that include tarot, tenella, tarwar, gokhru, wight, vanbhendi, velatri and waghori.
Mammals: Bengal tiger, Indian leopard, Indian bison, blue bull, chital, sambar deer, peacock, barking deer, mouse deer, monkey, wild boar, sloth bear, wild dog.
Birds: More than 160 species of birds belonging to 46 families of 16 different orders have been recorded here.
Reptiles: Indian Cobra, Russell’s Viper, Indian Rock Python, Indian Rat Snake, Chequered Keelback, Monitor Lizard.
The ideal time to visit the place is during the months of October to mid-June.
Nearest Train Station: The nearest railhead is Wardha.
Nearest Airport: The nearest airport is at Nagpur.
Road Accessibility : The reserve is well connected with cities like Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Akola, Amravati, Wardha. From these cities, bus and cabs can be taken to reach the reserve.