Situated in Hingni in Wardha of Vidarbha region, Maharashtra, Bor Wildlife sanctuary area includes 3,237 hectares of Reserve Forest, 2,213 hectares of Protected Forest, and 660 hectares of Unclassed
Bor Wildlife Sanctuary is enclosed with southern varied dry deciduous forest. Teak, ain, tendu and bamboo are the major species of flora in this sanctuary.
Tigers, panthers, bisons, blue bulls, chitals, sambars, peacocks, barking deers, chinkara, monkeys, wild boars, bears and wild dogs are the significant faunas of the sanctuary.
April to May is the best time to trip of this sanctuary. Nearest railway station is at Wardha (35 km), while Nagpur is the nearest airport (80 km). Hingni (5 km) is the adjacent bus station.