Best time to Visit : December - May
Closed : During Monsoon and Wildlife Census Period
The Melghat Tiger Reserve is found in the northern part of the Amravati District, Maharashtra. it is one of the 9 tiger reserves identified by Project Tiger. It is found on the Gavilgarh Hill, a southern offshoot of the Satpura Hill Ranges of Central India. A hill forest region, the reserve has thick undergrowth and a majority of teak trees. Boasting of 82 tigers and other animals like panthers, sloth bears, sambar, wild bear, and wild dogs, the Melghat Tiger Project has a total area of around 1677 sq. km. One often spots eagles in Melghat.
This region is also a water harvesting forest as it lies in the catchment area of River Tapti. It supplies part of the freshwater used by people in the vicinity.
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