The forest with
Full of Surprises
Discover Wildlife Like Tiger, Fox, Sloth Bear & Peacocks at Bor Jungle.
Bor is easily accessible being only about around 65 km (1-1.5 hour) from Nagpur on Aurangabad road. Hingni is the nearest bus stand, about 5 km away from the Bor jungle.
The closest railway station is Wardha Junction, approximately 30 km from the Bordharan gate.
Nagpur is the closest airport.
"I salute all those working towards wildlife protection. Be it lions, tigers and leopards, India is seeing a steady rise in the population of various animals. We should do everything possible to ensure protection of our forests and safe habitats for animals".
- PM Shri Narendra Modi
"The Forest Department carries out the work of preservation and conservation of wildlife and forest resources. Balancing environment with development is the need of the hour. Chief Minister Eknath Shinde praised the work of the Forest Department here today, saying that the work of the Forest Department in the era of global warming is divine".
- CM Shri Eknath Shinde (Maharashtra)
"Forest Department in Maharashtra to be made Ideal in the Country"
Enriching forests is everyone's responsibility. Agriculture was founded seven thousand years ago. Tigers were existent even before that time. The dense Tadoba- Andhari tiger project is central to the national conservation in India.
- Minister for Forests - Sudhir Mungantiwar
Maharashtra and Gujarat to Swap Tigers and Lions
Gujarat and Maharashtra have agreed to exchange a pair of Mumbai tigers for a pair of Junagadh Asian lions, aiming to diversify their wildlife gene pools. This decision follows discussions between forest ministers Sudhir Mungantiwar and Jagdish Vishwakarma. To proceed, they will seek permission from the Central Zoo Authority. The exchange was initially discussed by Sunil Limaye, Maharashtra's principal chief conservator of forests, and Abhishek Kumar, director of the Sakkarbaug Zoological Garden. Stay tuned for updates on this exciting conservation project.