About Coringa Wild Life Sanctuary
Coringa Wildlife Sanctuary is an untamed life haven and estuary arranged in Andhra Pradesh, India. It is the second biggest extend of mangrove backwoods in India with 24 mangrove tree species and in excess of 120 flying creature species. It is home to the fundamentally imperiled white-supported vulture and the since quite a while ago charged vulture. Coringa Wildlife Sanctuary is 18 km from the port city of Kakinada, on the Kakinada-Yanam state parkway in Chollangi Village, settling on the deltaic branches of Gouthami and Godai Rivers at Kakinada Bay. You can visit this place with your friends and family members.