Fast Facts :
Location : Agartala, Tripura, India
Known For : Endangered Flora and Fauna.
Animals Found : Serow, bison, sambars, elephants.
Gumti Wildlife Sanctuary,is one of the well-known haven which speck the jungle-draped topography of Tripura, one of the seven sisters which jointly form the gorgeous northeast part of India. The Gumti Wildlife haven is a trademark of the usual inheritance of Tripura and gives evidence to the varied Tripura flora and fauna.
Gumti Wildlife Sanctuary, located in the southern east border of the state is evidently the 2nd wildlife forest to be time-honored in Tripura. The safe haven includes a total area of (389.54 sq. km) also is gifted with a dazzling silver water streams which shimmers like a fantasy of mercury and straggles indolently transversely an area of (Three Hundred sq. km). The lagoon not only conveys an incredible scene which highlights the pure natural loveliness of the environment, it is preoccupied by a number of kind of familial and itinerant marine birds which seek shelter in the puddles at the time of the cold European winter time. The haven is also abode to numerous animals like barking deer’s also known as serow, bison,sambars, elephants. Reptiles are found in plenty over here as the land is marshy and the availability of quicksand is more which is suitable for the living of reptiles.
Gumti Wildlife Sanctuary, enclosed by verdant plant life that exemplifies the Tripura’s multicolored flora which constitutes of abundant horticultural, medicinal herbs and orchids. The safe haven is a safe place for ecological sightseeing and magnetizes above thousands of explorers.
The safe haven positioned at a remoteness of hundred kms away from the main city of Agartala. Travelers can stay up at any hotels as there are number of economical and plush hotels around the city. They can as well reside in several other diminutive towns positioned in the surrounding area of the sanctuary.