Gumti Wildlife Sanctuary
It is a sanctuary in South Tripura district located in south east corner of the state. It has an area of 389.54 square kilometers. Adjoining to the sanctuary there is a vast water reservoir / sparkling water body covering approximately 300 square kilometers. The lake not only presents a breathtaking spectacle that accentuates the virgin natural beauty of the surroundings, it is also haunted by several species of domestic as well as migratory aquatic birds that seek refuge in the waters during the chilly European winters.
The sanctuary is also home to a vast and diversified flora and fauna. Reptiles are also found aplenty in the reserve.
The water reservoir attracts many resident and migratory water birds. It has elephants, Bison, Sambhar, barking Deer, Wild Goat or Sarow apart from many other animals and reptiles. The sanctuary can be approached via Ambassa and Gandachara or via Ambasa – Jatanbari.
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