Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary in GOA

Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary

Goa is a tropical paradise located in the western ghats of India. Itis the smallest Indian state with a territory of 3,702 sq km. Goa’s life including its food, religion, language, festivals, dances and names is a reflection of blend of various cultures and religions. Christianity and Hinduism are common along with Portuguese and European flavor. Because of its spectacular beaches, luxurious hotels and rich wildlife it attracts tourists from across the world. Goa is the most preferred tourist destination for those who are complete wildlife enthusiast. Goa wildlife tour remains incomplete without mentioning the wildlife sanctuaries it has. Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary is situated 60km away from panaji. Though getting to the Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary is a little difficult; but it is adventurous for someone who wants to discover the quieter side of Goa in the midst of the woods and eventually the journey becomes well worth the trouble

Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary: this Sanctuary covered areas are 240kms and its location is south Goa. Sanctuary has a lot of different type birds, wildlife animals. Main attractions are Tambdi Waterfall, Devils Canyon, old Mahadeva Temple and Sunset Point. Sanctuary has different type butterflies as Common Mime, Blue Mormon, Plum Judy, Common Mormon and Common Jezebel.

Location: NH 4A, Caranzol, South Goa District

Nearest Bus Stop: Kulem‎

Nearest Railway Station:Sonaulim

Distance from Panaji City: 69.4KM

Distance from Margao City: 46.2 KM

Entry Fee: Rs.20

Camera Permit fee: Rs.300

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