Orchha Sanctuary


Among the travel attractions in Orchha, the Orchha Sanctuary is a destination with difference. The Orchha Sanctuary of Madhya Pradesh is a must visit site for the wild life and nature lovers. The general tourists also love the place bestowed with breath taking natural beauty.

Covered with lush green vegetation of Kardhai and Dhawa trees, the Orchha Sanctuary has a total area of 46 Square Kilometers. The sanctuary in Orchha is infested with animals and birds like;
  • Sloth Bear
  • Nil Gai
  • Wild Boar
  • Langur
  • Spotted Dear
  • Jackal
  • Peacock
The Orchha Sanctuary is not only a popular destination for the Indian tourists but people from foreign countries come back to this place again and again. The forest is a favorite haunt for trekkers and jungle hikers. The Jamni and the Betwa rivers flow along the Orchha forest. Tourist can stay in the government rest house in Orchha, the Orchha resorts and few other nearby hotels and resorts.



Last Updated on 19/06/2013

     


     

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