YAWAL WILDLIFE SANCTUARY

Yawal Wildlife Sanctuary Jalgaon
The Yawal Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the Yawal Tehsil in the Jalgaon District of Maharashtra. The Sanctuary is 25 kilometers from the Raver Railway Station and it lies along the banks of the rivers Anner and Manjal that flows towards the adjacent border of Madhya Pradesh.

The Yawal wildlife Sanctuary has landscapes of incomparable beauty. The Sanctuary is spread over an area of about 178 square meters and has a great variety of flora and fauna.

The major flora found in the Yawal sanctuary includes Salai, Anjan and Teak trees.

The fauna here is very rich. The Sanctuary shelters many different mammals, such as Leopards, Tigers, Flying Squirrels, Sloth Bear, Deers, Sambars, Wolves, Blue Bull, Chinkara, Wild Dogs, etc.

The flying squirrel floating effortlessly through the forest canopy is an attractive sight here.

Accommodation
There is an old Forest Rest House at Langda Amba which was built during the British era.

Climate
A wet climate..   Avoid visiting during monsoon … 

Best time to visit Yawal
Between February to May

Clothing
Natural neutral colored cotton 

Nearest Railway Station
Raver Railway Station [RV] (Mumbai Bhusawal Khandwa Route) 

Nearest Airport
Aurangabad Airport (Code : IXU)

Contact Numbers Yawal Forest Department
Deputy Conservator of Forest # 0257-2262722 

Nearby Attractions / Places to Visit
Garbaldi Dam, Manudevi Temple, Parola Fort, Swinging Towers of Farkande, Patnadevi, Unapdeo Hot Water Springs, Saint Muktabai Temple, Changdeo Temple

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