Purna wild life sanctuary is located in south-Gujarat. It was announced as a sanctuary in July 1990 and its name was derived from Purna River. It presently has about 700 different species of flora and fauna. Here it is said that in winter the rivers, rivulets are very fresh and soothing. The most important thing is, most of the sanctuary covers thick forest of teak and bamboo and it is one of the great travel locations in Gujarat.
Visitors can find accommodation provided by the hotels and lodges in Vyara, Satpura and cities of Surat. The advice is to contact with the authorities of Purna Sanctuary about the best tariff available with other facilities.
The authorities hope that the visitors experience a luxurious trip for this beautiful nature of life with lots of flora and fauna within. For any other information please contact the authorities of the place. Wish for a best trip. Mahal is the main village in the Purna Sanctuary, which is centrally located on the river purna. It is mainly known for nature and education camp.
History of Purna Wild Life Sanctuary
In the year 1990 the government of Gujarat established the Sanctuary. In the early regions the Sanctuary was only covered with Purna River. This Purna means complete. There are different tributaries to the Purna River which is Gotma River, Aarna River and Pendhi River. This Sanctuary is one of the rejuvenating places of interest in Gujarat; it protects different kinds of wild animals.
Where is it located?
You can go there by bus that is from Surat to Purna Wild Life Sanctuary which takes 2 hrs for 120 km from Vyara you can also reach there from Ahwa which takes 3hrs for 150km. One may even board a train till Vyara station which is 20km away from the Wild Life Sanctuary. The nearest airport is at Surat which is approximately 130kms from the Sanctuary and takes around 5 hours.
Ideal Visiting Time
The best time one can visit is from November to March, but it is open all year round.