Tourist Attractions Near Wardha

Written By

Gopika VC

"Bor" is a wildlife sanctuary and Tiger Reserve in the Wardha district of Maharashtra. It covers 138.12 sq. km.

Bor Wild Life Sanctuary


Dhuandhar Falls is near Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. The 30 m falls is a popular tourist spot in Jabalpur.

Dhuandhar Falls


This national park  is one of the top wildlife spots in the world. Kanha National Park was declared a protected forest in 1879 and a wildlife sanctuary in 1933.

Kanha National Park


Telankhedi Lake is 6km west of Nagpur's city centre and thought to be over 200 years old. Raja Bhosle built 60-acre Futala Lake.

Futala Lake


Shree Sanathan created the artificial lake at Shegaon by pumping water from Man River into Anand Sagar.

Anand Sagar


This holy site is the Eighth (adya) among the 12 jyotirlingas. It's believed that Dharmaj (the eldest Pandav) built this temple during their 14-year exile from Hastinapur.

Aundha Nagnath Temple


Kuntala Waterfalls is 12 km from Neredikonda, 43 miles from Nirmal, 58 km from Adilabad, and 260 km from Hyderabad. Kuntala Falls, at 200 feet, is Telangana's tallest waterfall.

Kuntala Waterfalls


The MelGhat Tiger Reserve located in Amravati District, Maharashtra. It's one of 9 Tiger Project reserves.

MelGhat Tiger Reserve


Elgandal Fort is 1 kilometre from Elgandal, 167 kilometres from Hyderabad, and 16 km from Karimnagar Bus Station. This is a must-see in Wardha.

Elgandal Fort


The Marble Rocks near Bhedaghat, Jabalpur, are a wonderful natural site. 25 miles from Jabalpur on the banks of Narmada river.

Marble Rocks