Parks and Reserves in Maharashtra

Parks and Reserves in Maharashtra

Parks and Reserves in Maharashtra


Maharashtra is a land of diversity of people and environment. Although it is home to the economic heart of India, it also has some fantastic green spaces to maintain a balance between the proportions of concrete and greenery.

Beautiful parks with pictures in Maharashtra:

Let’s take a look at the potential of this state.

Bamlagar Sanctuary:

The moist deciduous forests surrounding this reserve are home to a large number of wildlife. Principal residents include:
• Leopard,
• Jungle poultry,
• wild boar,
• Blue Bull,
• Peacock.

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Chaprala Reserve:

It is home to nearly 131 species of wildlife, including mammals, birds and reptiles. Among the few birds and reptiles, it is listed as endangered. The main residents here are:
• Tiger,
• Leopard,
• Sloth bear.

Dajipur Forest:

The best place to escape the hustle and bustle of city life is this place on the border of Kolhapur and Sindhudurg districts in Maharashtra state. The rugged mountainous terrain and lush forests of the Western Ghats provide the peace and solitude you need to unwind.

A visit to the scenic backwaters of Gagangiri Maharaj Math and Radhanagari Dam is a delight for any nature lover.


Picturesque scenery surrounds a reserve that has so far recorded extraordinary biodiversity
• 34 mammal species,
• 166 bird species,
• 36 species of reptiles and
• 4 species of amphibians.

This is truly a place to visit for any nature and wildlife lover in Maharashtra.

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Punch National Park:

It’s often called Mowgli National Park because it’s the primary setting for Rudyard Kipling’s classic “The Jungle Book.” The park is shared by the state of Maharashtra with neighboring Madhya Pradesh. This is a famous tiger sanctuary in India, known for its efforts to restore the country’s dwindling big cat population. Pench is an important part of the ecosystem, has rich biodiversity, and effectively maintains the ecological balance of the food chain.

Birds inhabit rare exotic migratory birds such as
• Malabar spotted hornbill,
• Indian pita,
• Osprey,
• Grey-headed Angler,
• White-eyed vultures,
• The green pigeon is also the national bird.

The beauty of this park is to be experienced in person as it has something to please everyone.

Tadoba National Park:

This lush green woodland 45 kilometers from Chandrapur is often referred to as the jewel of Vidarbha. In fact, two wildlife reserves, Andhari and Tadoba, combine to form this park. Beautiful bamboo and twist trees are suitable for birds and mammals. The main inhabitants of this park are: tigers, panthers, hyenas, leopards, bison, bison, cheetahs and Neil Geise,

Bor Dam Park:

Born out of the Bol River Project, this man-made dam is a refreshing picnic spot. It also showcases a wide range of wildlife. The best months to visit this place are April and May. Closely connected to other cities, this is a worthwhile place to visit to witness the calmness of the reservoir waters in summer.

Gardens around Maharashtra:

• Sarasboug:

Saras Baug in Pune has pleasant lawns and the famous Ganesh Temple built by Madhavrao Peshwa.

• Blackwood Park:

The 25-acre Lonavala is rich in evergreen deciduous trees, creepers and climbing trees. The park’s beauty and design make it the perfect picnic spot.

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• Kamala Nehru Park:

Located on top of Malabar Hill, this park offers stunning views of the Mumbai skyline and the Queen’s Necklace at night.
• Hanging Gardens: The Hanging Gardens in Malabar offer panoramic views of Mumbai city.

The list is endless, but depending on where we travel, every corner of Maharashtra is covered with patches of green that provide us with much-needed oxygen.