Chaprala Wildlife Sanctuary
Chaprala Wildlife Sanctuary is home to nearly 131 species of wild animals like tiger, leopard, jungle cat, sloth bear and wild dog. Many of the species are included under the endangered species’ list like two species of bird, two species of reptiles, Indian python and common Indian monitar. Wild boar, spotted deer, sambar, barking deer, blue bull, jungle cat, jackal, peacock, jungle fowl and flying squirrel are also found in this sanctuary.
Tribals of Gond community are local people in and around the Chaprala Wildlife Sanctuary. Local language is Marathi, Telugu, Madia and Gondi. Prashant Dham at Chaprala, Chaprala Temple and Markanda Temple are other places of other interest around the sanctuary.
Best time to visit this sanctuary between February and May. Nearest airport is at Nagpur (243 km), while nearest railway station is at Ballarpur (70 km).
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