Indravati Tiger Reserve

One of the best places to visit to see Indian tigers.

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Wild Life

You will feel the real wild life in Indravati Tiger Reserve.

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Deep and Dark Jungle

This is one of the most deep jungles in India, located in the Bijapur District of Chhattisgarh State.

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Indravati Tiger Reserve

One of the best places to visit to see Indian tigers.

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Indravati Tiger Reserve

One of the best places to visit to see Indian tigers.

Read more ...

Indravati Tiger Reserve

One of the best places to visit to see Indian tigers.

Read more ...

Indravati Tiger Reserve

One of the best places to visit to see Indian tigers.

Read more ...

Indravati Tiger Reserve

One of the best places to visit to see Indian tigers.

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Topography

The topography of the park mainly comprises undulating hilly terrain with altitude ranging between 177 to 599 m above the sea level.

Flora

The flora mainly comprises tropical moist and dry deciduous type with predominance of the sal, teak and bamboo trees.

Transport

easily approachable from Jagdalpur (168 km) the nearest railhead, Raipur (486 km) has the nearest airport.

Visiting

The best season to visit the park is from 15 December to 15 June.

Introduction

Indravati Tiger Reserve (The Project Tiger Area) is located in Bijapur District in the state of Chhattisgarh, includes Indravati National Park area and its buffer zone. The name of the National Park is derived from the perennial river Indravati forming the northern and western boundary of the park which is also the inter-state boundary between the state of Chhattisgarh and Maharashtra. In this tract, the river is the only peranent water source for the wild life in the core of the tiger reserve forest area. 

Area of the Tiger Reserve

Core/critical tiger habitat - 1258.37 Sq. Kms.

Buffer/peripheral area - 1540.70 Sq. Kms.

Total Area - 2799.07 Sq. Kms.

Forest Rest Houses & Inspection Huts

Forest rest houses & Inspection huts are not available inside the Core but at Bijapur and Jagdalpur Forest rest houses are available, and they are under control of Chief Conservator of Forest, Jagdalpur Circle Jagadalpur (C. G.)