Ghataprabha Wildlife Sanctuary, Belgaum district, Karnataka
Ghataprabha Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the well known wildlife sanctuary in Karnataka, draws a large number of tourists. This wildlife sanctuary is the abode of thousands of migratory birds.
(Last Updated on : 15/05/2014)
Ghataprabha Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Belgaum district
. Ghataprabha Wildlife Sanctuary spread over 20.78 square kilometers.
Ghataprabha Wildlife Sanctuary is well known for the wide array of migratory birds like demoiselle crane and European white stork.
The best time to visit Ghataprabha Wildlife Sanctuary is between October to May. One can also in the month of December to January, due to the pleasant climate condition of this place.
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