Tipeshwar National Park

Tipeshwar Wildlife Sanctuary is one of nature’s rare treats that many do not know about as of yet. Cocooned in the isolated area around Yavatmal in Maharashtra, this national park promises untouched natural beauty and an unmatched biodiversity in the form of bamboos, trees, grasses and even wildlife. Known for its exotic hilly undulating territory and wildlife miscellany, such a natural escape is hard to find on Mother Earth. A trip to Tipeshwar can be fulfilling in more ways than one. Apart from the opulent sceneries and surprising wildlife, there are quite many remote villages around the forest that depend on the woodland for day to day expenses, the quaint lifestyle of villagers coupled with the local markets and stunning attractions make Tipeshwar a dreamland for many.

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Nearest Airport
Nagpur Airport
Wildlife Sighting Index
6/10 for Tiger sighting
Beauty of Forest Index
6/10 Beauty of Forest
Standard of Infrastructure Index
6/10 Stay & Amenities
Bookings Open
60 Days in Advance
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Flora of Tipeshwar National Park

The grassland at Tipeshwar enjoys some rare flora and fauna, especially because the sanctuary is based entirely upon basalt after a lava explosion almost a century ago. More than half of the forestry at Tipeshwar is teak wood while around 15% of it is red sandalwood, the most expensive sandalwood around.

Other flowering trees are also common at Tipeshwar and amount for the diversity in species and colours. The Tipeshwar range is also home to a diverse array of flora and grasses. Kunda, Kadmod, Guhar, Wide, Gokru, and others are among them. The sanctuary is home to about 250 species of Bamboo, which serve as a reservoir of useful, medicinal, aromatic, and aesthetic plant kinds. Bamboo trees underground as vast patches of Bamboo groves in Teak-dominated environments.

  • Achar
  • Mahua
  • Lendia
  • Bhirre
  • Tiwas
  • Kunda
  • Kadmod
  • Guhar
  • Wide
  • Gokru

Fauna of Tipeshwar National Park

The vast variety of flora serves an even vast variety of fauna. From herbivores to carnivores and even omnivores, the fauna at Tipeshwar is exciting and intriguing. Buena, Chital, Black deer, Wild cat, Rhesus macaque, leopards are just to name a few. Recently, there’s also been an increased number of Tiger sightings in the area. Slowly but surely the number of tigers breeding in this forest is increasing, garnering more interest from tourists with every passing year.

Today, the Tipeshwar Wildlife Sanctuary houses 20 tigers, including 7 adults, 10 sub-adults, and 3 cubs. Owing to the substantial water bodies, it’s not surprising that 26 species of reptiles and 182 species of birds are also found here. What’s interesting to note is that out of the different species and families of birds almost 85 kinds are classified as rare birds.

  • Hyena
  • Chital
  • Black deer
  • Sambar, Jackal
  • Wild boar
  • Northern plains langur
  • Blue bull
  • Wild cat
  • Sloth bear
  • Leopard
  • Tigers
  • Indian bison
  • Peafowl
  • Indian gigantic squirrels
  • Indian cobra
  • Checkered keel
  • Indian rock python
  • Rhesus macaque

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Explore The Known and Unknown of Tipeshwar National Park

The endless list of attractive flora and fauna would be rendered useless if there wasn’t a good way to explore the beauties of nature. But don’t be worried because at Tipeshwar there are many outdoor activities available for tourists to indulge in. Animal Safari and Jeep Safari are two of the most popular and most sought after activities.

Travellers can be assured that they will have an exciting time cruising through open fields, hilly plains, meandering roads and much more as they delve deeper into the land of animals. So better watch out and keep your camera lens ready so you don’t miss out on all the unbelievable views this forest has to offer.

Jeep Safari specifically is available through two of the three park gates, namely Sunna and Mathani Gate and is closed on Mondays. Booking can be made online for Safari and certain guidelines are to be followed for a safe and enjoyable time. Tourists can also indulge in other activities like walking, biking, boating through the forest for an added experience. Maharashtra is a bountiful state, hence, Tipeshwar is surrounded by several other sanctuaries and tiger reserves like Pench National Park, Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve, Nagzira National Park and more.

Such close proximity allows the tiger species to frequent amongst the forests and tourists can also visit other forests while touring the area. Moreover, Tipeshwar is bounded by beautiful waterfalls and reservoirs that warrant a stop. Enjoy the myriad of views nearby and make sure to tour around public attractions near Tipeshwar like Chintamani Ganpati Madir and Lower Pus Dam. Tipeshwar is also known for tasty cuisines offered near dhabas and local restaurants near the area.

Tipeshwar National Park Safari Booking

Tipeshwar Safari timings vary with season but are generally divided into morning and afternoon times.

Winter Timings:

Morning: 6:30 am to 10:30 am

Afternoon: 2:00 – 6:00 

Summer Timings

Morning : 06:00 am – 10:00 am

Evening : 02:30 pm – 06:30 pm

The sanctuary is closed on Mondays. 

How to reach Tipeshwar National Park

As Maharashtra is a well connected area, commute to. Tipeshwar is easy and feasible. By air, the nearest airport is Nagpur. The Tipeshwar wildlife sanctuary is 170 kilometers away and cabs can be hailed from the airport. If you choose to go by rail, Amravati and Badnera are the closest rail stations to the sanctuary.

Both are around 165 kilometers apart. You may simply acquire a car transfer to the wildlife haven from the station.

Resorts at Tipeshwar National Park

When it comes to resorts, Tipeshwar is not left behind compared to other sanctuaries in India. In order to provide a comfortable stay to tourists from around the world, Tipeshwar is dutifully ornate with an extensive list of premium resorts along with rest houses supplied by the forest department. The sanctuary even has a rest house from the British era and a reading centre nestled in the lap of nature. Cottages are also available with air conditioning for warm nights and heaters for cold nights.

When it comes to private hotels, Waghoba eco lodge, set beautifully in a 12-acre land of an untraversed area offers 14 individual cottages with a private sit-out, double vanities, a large luggage area, a Multi-cuisine dining hall, a swimming pool, a library cum lounge & a Hide for bird photography, is a popular option for accommodations amongst many tourists.

Other options include Foxtail Eco Retreat, Hotel Rahul Tipeswar and Hotel Mauli Residency Tipeshwar.

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