To take a stroll in the park is to cleanse one’s minds and be able to breathe pleasantly without any troubles or burden on one’s mind. Chhattisgarh is known for its abundant natural beauty, rich heritage, natural landscapes and a very unique tribal population. This unique combination has lead to the making of the most ideal eco-tourism destination in this region.
The Indravati National Park is one of the finest and most famous wildlife parks in Chhattisgarh. It is also the only tiger reserve in the state. The park is very famous for its unique and diverse collection of wildlife and bird species, including some of the most endangered species like the Wild Buffalos, Hill Mynahs and more.
Not only was I spell-bound by the presence of untouched wildlife, but also by the beautiful hill ranges, lush green vegetation very unique to the wildlife park. There are mainly tropical and deciduous types of trees found in the park. Rich patches of grasslands also enhance the canvas and provide natural fodder to the wild buffalos.
Experience the bliss of nature by making your visit in the mid winter to spring, between December 15th and June 15th. Your stay will be very pleasant and the wildlife too will be in their best of appearances.
The Indravati National Park derives its name from the Indravati River that flows from east to west, forming the northern boundary of the reserve with the Indian State of Maharashtra.
I was thrilled by the varieties of Flora and fauna in the Indravati National Park. Sal, teak, bamboo, wild buffalos, chital, nilgai, tigers, leopards, freshwater crocodiles, cobras, monitor lizard and many-many more left me spell-bound and at a loss of words.
My camera stands to share the beauty I witnessed in the Indravati National Park of Chhattisgarh. With a wonderful cross-breeze that stimulated my mind and the lovely wildlife that entertained me for the day, my mind is filled with images to keep me happy for a long time. It soothes me to see that nature is still left untouched and preserved in some parts of the world.