Barnawapara Wildlife sanctuary

Barnawapara Wildlife sanctuary is located on the North-eastern corner of Raipur district, in Chhattisgarh state, India. Tributaries of River Mahanadi flows through this wildlife sanctuary. Balamdehi and Jonk Rivers forms the boundaries of this national park.

Barnawapara Wildlife sanctuary is rich in flora and fauna. Over 150 Bird species are found here. Wild boar, Indian bison (Gaur) Cheetal, Neelgai, Sambhar, etc, are seen in large numbers in this park.

How Do I Go to Barnawapara Wildlife Sanctuary?

Bar and Nawapara villages provides entry to the Barnawapara sanctuary. Forest PWD road connects the wildlife sanctuary with the main road to Raipur. NH 6 and NH 26 (previously NH 43) are some of the main highways connecting Raipur with the rest of the country. Mahasamund Railway Station is the nearest railway station at around 60 kilometers away. Raipur Airport is at around 85 kilometers distance to Barnawapara sanctuary and is the nearest airport to the wildlife sanctuary.

Are There Any Hotels Near Barnawapara Wildlife Sanctuary?

Hareli Eco Resort is an Eco-friendly resort at 9 kilometers away from the Wildlife Sanctuary. Please call 1800 102 6415 (within India) to book rooms.

Which is the Ideal Season to Visit Barnawapara Wildlife Sanctuary?

November to June are the Ideal months to visit this Wildlife Sanctuary.

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