Phansad Wildlife Sanctuary

#10 of 15 things to do in Diveagar

Phansad Wildlife Sanctuary has spread over a region of around 53 sq km and houses different types of species of birds, animals, reptiles, and plants. It is situated between the Murud and Roha Talukas of the Raigad District. Arranged between the Western Coast and Northern Sahyadri Range, it used to be a chasing place for the Siddhi Nawab of the Janjira State. This untamed life haven is home to various types of fauna like sambar, puma, barking deer and wild hog. Bird watchers can notice around 148 types of species of birds flying in this paradise-like a sanctuary. Rare Species like a black eagle, pied hornbill, malkoha and woods wagtail are noticeable at this sanctuary. Aside from birds and animals, this haven is additionally home to around 710 types of plants like teak, ficus and numerous others.