Information on Indravati National Park
Indravati National Park is situated in Bijapur region of Chhattisgarh. It originates its name from the nearby Indravati Stream, which moves from east to west and forms the north border of the reserve with the Native Indian condition of Maharashtra.
tiger of India, to become one of the most popular tiger conservation areas of India. It is house to one of the last communities of rare wild buffalo.
Indravati national park accomplished the position almost 30 years ago and a Tiger reserve in 1983 under the “Project Tiger“.
Animals and Bird Species in Indravati-
Visitors can also see Lions, Leopards, Sloth Holds, Wild Dog and Candy striped Hyenas. Smaller animals include Rabbit, Porcupine, Pangolins, Apes, and Langurs among many other wild species in this national park.
The commonly found lizard’s neighborhood is Freshwater Crocodile, Monitor Reptile, India Chameleon, Common Krait, Indian Python, Cobra and Russell’s Viper. The Indravati national park also gives protection to the big wide range of birds of which Mountain Maina is the most important species here.