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Location : Lalitpur, Uttar Pradesh
Founded in : 1977
Spread Around : 5.4 sq kms
Best time to Visit : November to April
Main Attraction : Leopard, Antelope and Blue Bull
Mahavir Swami Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in Uttar Pradesh in Lalitpur. The sanctuary is spread over the area of 5.4 sq kms and is established in 1977. Jhansi is 125 kms away from the sanctuary which is splendid entrance to the Bundelkhand, rendered well-known by the legendary Rani Laxmi Bai. The main species found here are Nilgai, leopard, Sambhar and wild boar which are the reason of attraction for number of tourists every year.
Wild Population :
There are many animals found inn the sanctuary which are wild and endangered. These have been the main attraction of tourists. The wild animals which are found here mainly include leopard, wild boar, Neel gai and sambhar and it also has wealthy diversity of avian inhabitants. The sanctuary is also rich in flora.
Accommodation : There is Forest Rest Houses available in Deogarh which provides basic facilities for accommodation. There are many other hotels and lodges available for the accommodation which have good facility and service available and are located nearby. Lodges and huts are there for budget accommodation which has some basic facilities.
If one requires more information then they can contact the Divisional Director, Social Forestry in Lalitpur which will provide you with all the information like places to stay and how to reach and other information which is needed.
Tips Before Visit :
When you are visiting the Sanctuary please make sure that clothes or dress is in camouflage color which is khaki, green, etc. Do not make a loud noise which can disturb the lifestyle of the animals there. Do not Litter paper or throw left over food in the forest. Proper precautions should be taken while doing photography which will not disturb the animals and birds there.