Barnawapara Wildlife Sanctuary Weather And Best Time To Visit Barnawapara Wildlife Sanctuary
Chhattisgarh is known as the green state as it so many national parks and wildlife sanctuaries. One of them is Barnawapara Wildlife Sanctuary; this animal reserve has several species of flora and fauna that you can see in different seasons. Weather in Barnawapara Wildlife Sanctuary is subtropical like the other surrounding regions; the summers are hot, rains in the monsoons are heavy and winters are cold and absolutely the best time to visit Barnawapura Wildlife Sanctuary. During different seasons you can spot some exotic animals on land as well as near ponds. Here’s a guide on the best time to visit Barnawapara Wildlife Sanctuary.
Summers in Barnawapara Wildlife Sanctuary are hot and humid but at the start of the season, you can enjoy quite a bit. Summer, which lasts from April to June has soaring temperatures of 45°C in the daytime and then lowering a bit to 32°C in the night, although some nights may get cooler. This is not the most recommended time to visit as it is tiring to go sightseeing in the forest and one may feel dehydrated. If you are visiting during summer, you must visit the nearby villages and stay at a home stay in a villager’s house to experience the local lifestyle of the people of that region. Due to the heat, a lot of animals are spotted drinking water from the ponds inside the sanctuary.
After the scorching heat of the summer, the month of July brings in cool showers with thunderstorms. Monsoon which lasts from the month of July to October is a great season to visit Barnawapara Wildlife Sanctuary with temperatures dropping down to 29°C in the daytime to 21°C in the night. These temperatures are much lower than the summer season; hence monsoon is a good time to visit. The sanctuary has a different feel during the rainy season with the forests looking even denser and greener. You can sightsee and then come back to your accommodation to relax, look out into the rainy forest and drink a cup of tea. But, you can enjoy all of this only during the first half of the season as later, the sanctuary is closed for a few months.
Finally coming to the best season to visit Barnawapara Wildlife Sanctuary; the winter season! This is the most beautiful time of the year in the sanctuary. With temperatures drastically falling, the daytime is quite cool at 15°C-12°C and the nights are around 7°C. Some winters are brutal and temperatures go down to even 4°C, making it quite cold. The best thing is to carry a set of warm clothes to be able to experience the place properly. You can go to nearby villages to shop, eat their local cuisine as well as observe their lifestyle. Spend the days exploring the forest area and the flora and fauna and spend the nights in a warm wooden cabin in the forest. This is a great time to pursue activities like photography and bird watching.