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Gumti Wildlife Sanctuary - Rich In Flora & Fauna In Tripura

Gumti Wildlife Sanctuary At Southeast Tripura
Gumti Wildlife Sanctuary At
Southeast Tripura
Tripura has one of the best and major tourist destinations of the northeast India. Natural lakes, beautiful palaces, temples are all examples of wonders and can be adored. Another destination that adds up to the natural beauty of Tripura is its wildlife sanctuaries. These sanctuaries are loved and admired by nature lovers and seems a paradise to them. One such very beautiful and picturesque example of the wild lives in Tripura is the Gumti Wildlife Sanctuary.

About the sanctuary:

Gumti Wildlife Sanctuary is the 2nd sanctuary that is situated in the southeast of Tripura. This sanctuary spreads over an area of 389.54 (Kms). To add more to the exquisite natural beauty of the sanctuary, it is blessed with a huge natural water reservoir that stretches to about 300 Kms. This vast water body attracts enormous residential & migratory birds. This splendor of such good combination of wildlife with the reservoir is worth seeing.

Flora & fauna:

The Gumti Sanctuary in Tripura is rich in its flora and fauna. The natural vegetation of this sanctuary houses a good number of therapeutical and medicinal botanical species.

Animals being the major attraction of this sanctuary include the most easily spotted Sambar, Barking deer, Elephants, Bison, Sarow, Wild goat. Some species of reptiles and other small animals are also a part of the faunal wealth of the sanctuary.

Things to do and see:

One can enjoy trekking in the forest and capture the extravagant movements of the wildlife. Migratory birds and animals lingering freely in the sanctuary are a treat for the eyes.


Agartala, the capital city of Tripura provides with a number of hotels and tourist lodges; besides one can also occupy in the neighboring towns adjoining the destination.

How to reach:

Airport: The nearest airport is at Agartala (100 km).
Road Transport: The sanctuary is easily accessible from the capital city and other major towns.