Bhagwan Mahaveer Wildlife Sanctuary
There are many beautiful wildlife sanctuaries in Goa, which you must look at during their trip to Goa. In addition, this place brings you away from the overwhelming congestion of Goa’s beaches, into the arms of nature and immense peace and nature. Bhagwan Mahaveer Wildlife Sanctuary is located on the road passing through the capital of Panaji and Belgaum. It spreads in the area of about 40 square miles. This is a protected natural place. The green zone of the Sanctuary includes the west coast, humid deciduous forests, semi-evergreen forests and tropical evergreen forests.
This wildlife park is one of Goa’s largest parks. Salonians can see many extinct species in this park. In these forests there are accommodation for birds and animals living here. Goa’s famous Dudhsagar waterfall is also located within the Sanctuary. This Wildlife Sanctuary is the residence of Dhangar community. There is also a Attracted temple which was constructed by Kadamb Dynasty. This is a protected area in which the Mollem Nation Park is also located in the Sangum taluka. Bhagwan Mahaveer Wildlife Sanctuary is the residence of various species and species of plants, birds and animals.
The area of approximately 107 sq km of this Sanctuary was declared a National Park in 1978. The area is currently famous as Molem National Park. This Sanctuary is also a residence for nomadic buffalo communities. Bhagwan Mahaveer Wildlife Sanctuary is famous for its biodiversity worldwide. A glimpse of wild elephants, gaur, deer and also leopard can be seen in special animals found here. There are many long-term paths for many walks in the Bhagwan Mahaveer Wildlife Sanctuary, which are suitable for viewing the biodiversity and beauty of the forest. Which are full of surprising waterfalls, unique sights and evergreen forests.