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Goa Wildlife
Goa is known for its beaches, nightlife, seafood and laid back lifestyle. Get set to explore the wild side of this wonderful state, literally! We are talking about the wildlife sanctuaries of Goa. Though these national parks of Goa in India are not very vast or extensive like those in other countries, they sure provide an ideal escape from the bustling city life. People who have a penchant for forests, chirping of birds and love to spot wild animals can experience the Goan wild life in any of the four major sanctuaries located here.

Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary

Spread over an area of around 8 square kilometers, the Bondla wildlife sanctuary is the smallest wildlife sanctuary in Goa. The landscape of the Bondla wildlife sanctuary is strikingly beautiful and the lush green vegetation provides a natural ecosystem. The Bondla national park has a Botanical Garden. Read More...

Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary

The Cotigao wildlife sanctuary is located in the Canacona district in south Goa. This sanctuary was established in the year 1969. It covers an area of 86 square kilometers and is the second largest sanctuary in Goa. To reach the Catigao national park, you will have to hire a vehicle of your own and reach from nearby places in south Goa. Read More...

Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary

The Bhagwan Mahavir wildlife sanctuary is the largest wildlife sanctuary out of the four sanctuaries located in Goa. Spread over an area of 240 square kilometers, the Bhagvan Mahaveer sanctuary is located amongst the thick forest cover on the slopes of the Western Ghats. Read More...