Melghat Tiger Reserve- National Park in Maharashtra, Reviews

To conserve the population of tigers, the government of India established tiger reserves in all over the country. In his first phase, Melghat tiger reserve is one of these 9 protected areas of India. Initially, the area of the first tiger conservation area of Maharashtra was 1571 SQ. km. which is now extended up to 2029 SQ. km.
Area- 1677
Core Area- 361.28

As the name suggest Melghat (meeting of Ghats) the place is bordered by green hills. The national park is located in Amravati district bordering with Madhya Pradesh. Apart from tigers, Melghat national park is famous as Eagle Sanctuary.


Melghat Tiger Reserve Reviews

Rahul, Rating 3.5/5
It is a wonderful place to spend some leisure time with friends and family. Dense forests, deep valleys, and birds are something you want to experience. This place is famous for tiger conservation but no strange if you not see the tigers in  Melghat. when I was there in February 2012 than we spotted bison, bears, and eagles and it was memorable for me to see wildlife from naked eyes. The accommodation is not an issue here. We have stayed at The Kolkas Rest House. If you are planning for vacation tour than I suggest you come here before the monsoon Starts.
Species in Melghat National Park- The rich wildlife of this park makes it an eyeball of Indian wildlife. This place is hosting more than 700 species of animals. The visitor can spot tigers, leopards, sloth bear, sambar, gaur cheetal, wild boar, python and many other wildlife species.

Best Time To visit– December To May

Hotels and Resorts Near Melghat Tiger Reserve
  • The Kolkas Rest House
  • Satpura Retreat
  • Hotel Harshawardhan
Address–  Camp, Amravati, Maharashtra 444602

Call–  0721 266 2792

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