Sharing part of its territory with the state of Rajasthan, Gandhi Sagar Wildlife Sanctuary is one of Madhya Pradesh’s lesser known gems! Carpeted with a mixed terrain of woods, rocky trails, and dry deciduous forest, the sanctuary is ideal for tourists who wish to be shaded away from the mainstream crowd.
Some of the famous tourists attractions in its vicinity are Bhanpura Museum, Taxakeshwar Temple, and Bhadkaji Rock Paintings
Flora: Salai, Palash, Kardhai, Tendu, Kahir, and Dhawda.
Fauna: Nilgai, Sambar, Deer Otter, Leopard, Peacock, Chinkara, Civet, Wild Dog, Langur, and Mugger Crocodile.
Location: Northern borders of the Mandsaur and Neemuch district in Madhya Pradesh.
Total Area: 368.62 square kilometers
Best time to Visit: April and May
How to reach:
By Air: From Kota Airport in Rajasthan, which sits about 100 km away.
By Rail: From Kota Railway station, which is located at a distance of about 110 km.
By Road: The sanctuary can be reached by road from Udaipur (227 km), Kota (105 km), and Indore (267 km).