Veeranga Durgavati Wildlife Sanctuary

Veeranga Durgavati Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in the Damoh district of Madhya Pradesh established in the year of 1997.  Here many wild animals found like Panther, Barking deer,  Spotted deer,  Tiger, Four horned antelope (Chousingha), Sambhar, Wild boar, Blue bull and many more. Different species of birds- Bhat, spur fowl, Kala Hans, Titar, Batter, Pin tail, Peacock, Lavika, Snipe, Hariyal, Fakhta,  Bar headed goose, Pochai, Dotted Snake Bird are found here.  Palas, Tinsa, Bija Baheda, Jamun, Saja, Aonla, Dhawda,  Tendu, Teak  etc. are the Principal Flora. Personal Petrol Jeep or Car or hired from Travel Agencies is the means of travelling inside the area. Forest Rest House in Damoh is suitable for accommodation. Bhairhaghat, Nauradehi WLS, Singourgarh Fort, Kundalpur, Nohleshwar Temple are the nearby spots. Some ancient temples, religious tourist spots and fair places here are Singourgarh Fort, Battlefield of Sangram Shah and the famous Nohleshwar Shiv Temple.

Total Area: 24 sq. km.

Best season :  November to June.

Getting There:

Air: Nearest Airport is Jabalpur.

Rail: Nearest Railway Stations are Jabalpur and Damoh.

Road: Nearest Bus stand is Damoh.

Where to stay and contact for reservation:

Forest Rest House Damoh
D.F.O, Damoh Tel : 07812-222541