Mahavir Widlife Sanctuary

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Amidst nature resides the richness of beauty. The trees look greener, the birds chirp louder, the waterfall sounds more pleasurable, the animals look more interesting and the sun shines brighter. The Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary is one of those places filled with nature’s treasure that is always less known and less invaded. The Wildlife Sanctuary is a beautiful reserve of various species of animals, birds, and plants with a modern touch of visitors’ spots and religious and cultural stations. The place offers a complete package of adventure and peace in the lap of nature.

The irresistible beauty makes the place more interesting and increases the interest to explore the place more and more. The various sites apart from the home to various animals include the waterfalls, temple, canyon, trekking routes and parks mark a piece of immense beauty and spirituality as a whole. An ideal place to visit with family or friends, this place in Panjim offers an opportunity to treat yourself with a visit to the various parts of nature at someplace away from the hustle bustle of city life.

Natural Habitat in Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary:

The Fauna of the place has a variety of animal species, plants, and birds. The playful colored birds including the Great Pied Hornbill, Golden Oriole, Emerald Dove, Pompadour Pigeon, Common Grey Hornbill, Forest Wagtail, Black Crested Bulbul, Olive-backed Pipit, Jungle Owlet and the state bird of Goa, Ruby-throatedYellow Bulbul. There are different species of animals including the various types of snakes like Indian Cobra, Russel’s Viper, Indian Rock Python, Common Krait and King Cobra. There are also a wide variety of fluttery butterflies including the Blue Mormon, Lime Butterfly, Plum Judy and a lot more. The other animals are Giant Squirrel, Lepidopterist, Deer, Sambar, Spotted, Hog, Tamil Yeoman, Barking Deer, Jungle Cat, Malabar Tree Nymph, Indian Civet, Toddy Cat, Sambar and a lot of other.

The Fauna of the place includes a rich vegetation cover and a number of plant species. The West Coast Semi-Evergreen Forests and The Moist Deciduous Forests are found in the region with trees like Xylia, Terminalia, Lagerstroemia with 722 species of flowering plants and 128 species of plants that crown the beauty of the Sanctuary spread in an area of about 240 so. and add on to the pristine vegetation and forest cover of India.

The Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary in Goa has more to offer than the Flora and Fauna, It Include:

  • Tambdi Surla Temple: This temple adds on to the spirituality of the place giving it a more positive vibe. The Temple is dedicated to lord Shiva and is an exquisite piece of architecture with beautiful carvings.
  • Dudhsagar Waterfalls: The waterfall is so named because of its white color like milk. It is a major attraction of the place which leaves the tourists spellbound by the beauty and portrays an amazing picturesque view of the highest waterfall in India.
  • Devil’s Canyon: This is another popular attraction of the place which is one of the most peaceful sights of the Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary. A canyon is an ideal place with an impressive view and an interesting legend and myth surrounding it.
  • Tambdi Falls: These falls are another scene in the amazing picture of this Wildlife Sanctuary. This can be a delight for adventure lover as it is a spot for rock climbing and various adventurous activities. The trek to this fall is also one of the most fabulous paths with beautiful surroundings.

The Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary is a delightful place with a number of treasures of nature preserved in the place and promotes a modern outlook with the natural touch with the spa and resort facilities for the tourists visiting the place. The natural garden has been portraying one of the best sites for tourists, adventure lovers and nature lovers visiting the place and has a successful history in pleasing the tourists visiting the place who carry a bag full of some of the best part of their lives in the warm cuddle of nature and its abode of love.

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