Narnala Wildlife Sanctuary, found couple of kilometers from Akola city in Maharashtra, is one of the renowned untamed life asylums in the nation. The thick woods encompassing the antiquated Narnala Fort was announced as the Narnala Wildlife Sanctuary on second May 1997. Spread over a territory of around 12 sq. km, this asylum is home to different types of fauna and verdure. Ain, bamboo, dhawda, lendia, tiwas, salai, teak, sterculia and kusum are a portion of the verdure species that can be found in Narnala Wildlife Sanctuary. Creature species, including sambhar, panthers, wild hogs, woofing deer, porcupines and serpents, can be seen in the sanctuary. This haven is overseen by the timberland specialist and the Indian natural life expert. The months from October to April are the best time to visit the haven.