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Sahyadri Wildlife Sanctuary

Bhimashanker

13.2/5(2 Ratings)

Sahyadri Wildlife Sanctuary Overview

Ranked 4 of 4 sightseeing in Bhimashanker

Sahyadri Wildlife Sanctuary is popularly known as Bhimashanker Wildlife Sanctuary. This sanctuary is located at a height ranging between 2,100 ft to 3,800 ft and is spread across an area of 120 sq. km. in Sahyadri ranges. Tourists can spot different animals in the sanctuary including leopards, barking deer, sambar, wild boar, hyena and jumbo size squirrel.

Malabar grey hornbill, Quaker babbler, Malabar whistling thrush, green pigeon and grey jungle fowl are some of the birds that can be seen in this sanctuary. In addition, tourists can also see Jyotivanti trees, which glow in the dark during rainy season. The sanctuary is surrounded by beautiful mountains and hills and ideal foractivities like hiking, rock climbing and trekking.
 

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  • Best Time: During DayLength of visit: 2-3hrs
  • Length of visit: 2-3hrsBest Time: During Day
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  • Camera/Video allowedCamera/Video allowed
  • Wearing of shoes/footwear allowedWearing of shoes/footwear allowed

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Famous for:
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Entry:
paid
Not Allowed:
Pets

Reviews and Ratings

Saranya Devanathan

Saranya Devanathan2.5/5

421 reviews

Only deers we saw

The whole Bhimashanker seems to be a wild life sanctuary. We could see few deer and one Sambar deer on our way to hotel. When I asked the driver to show 'Shekru' a type of squirrel, he told he will catch few and give them to me. But he will be in jail forever for catching it! There are lots of trails in the forest. Small streams flowing downhill. New kinds of birds flying above. Wild flowers and dry flowers were seen along the trails.

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