Indravati National Park is one of the supreme places to encounter wildlife, located in the Bijapur district. The Indravati Wildlife Sanctuary got its National Park status in 1981 and Tiger Reserve in 1983; it is one of the first Tiger Reserve Projects in the country and comes under the category of one of the best Tiger Reserves in India. The Indravati National Park is home to endangered Rare Wild Buffalos or Asian Buffalos which are found here only in the whole country.
When To Visit
The ideal time to visit this place is between Decembers to June but mostly tourists avoids this time because of the hot weather conditions in later months. So, you can plan trip in winters i.e.in between November to March as the weather conditions remain opt for sight-seeing and other wildlife activities.
How To Reach
Indravati National Park is simply accessible from Jagdalpur by CSRTC buses. In fact this is the most convenient and preferred mode of travel by visitors.
Jagdalpur Railway junction is the closest to the park that lies on Dalli-Rajhara-Jagdalpur line. The railway line of jagdalpur is not very accessible is mostly avoided by visitors.
The nearest airport is Raipur Airport also known as Swami Vivekananda International Airport located at the distance of 230kms. The airport has great flight connectivity from all the metropolitan cities of India. From airport there are plenty of city buses, sharing taxis and pre-booked cabs are available to the park.