Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary in Goa

Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary in Goa
Bush frog at Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary,
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This wildlife sanctuary in Goa, India, has seven endemic bird species, and a solid list of fauna that includes tigers

Sheetal Vyas
September 19 , 2014
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The beaches take up a large percentage of the ink spent on Goa’s attractions, but there’s another side to it — it’s the only state that has the entire stretch of the Western Ghats within its limits under protection. A relatively new reserve, the Mhadei (208 sq km) is a beautiful place with high-rising hills, streams, waterfalls and a delicious variety of forest types. It also has seven endemic bird species, and a solid list of fauna that includes tigers. To add a twist of the unexpected, Mhadei has an intriguing tradition of sacred groves.

 The information

Stay at Wildernest (2.5 hours from Margao; Rs 5,000 doubles; wildernest-goa.com) or sister concern Swapnagandha (Rs 5,500 doubles). Else try the FRH in Valpoi (1.5hrs from Panjim; 0832-2225926).


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