Location : Located near Molem, 57km from Panjim on eastern border of Goa
Timings : 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Best Time : October to March
Entry Fees : Adults: INR 20
Child: INR 10
Still Camera: INR 30
Video Camera: INR 150
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Bhagwan Mahavir Sanctuary is a 240 sq km protected natural habitat located in the Western Ghats of India, on the Goa-Karnataka border. Touted to be Goa's largest wildlife reserve, it is home to the famous Dudhsagar Falls, Mollem National Park, Tambdi Surla Temple, and Devil's Canyon among other attractions. It houses a variety of plants, birds, and animals and thus is popular amongst nature lovers and hikers.
The green zone of Bhagwan Mahaveer Wildlife Sanctuary consists of west-coast semi-evergreen, tropical-evergreen and moist deciduous forests that create a natural habitat for a wide variety of animals and birds. It is home to the Dhangar community and has temples built by the Kadamba Dynasty. The park is also home to a community of nomadic buffalo herders known as Dhangar.