Sagareshwar Wildlife Sanctuary is an ensured zone in the Indian province of Maharashtra. It is situated at the gathering of three Tehsils of Sangli area: Kadegaon, Walva and Palus. The natural life asylum is man-made; it is a falsely developed woodland without a lasting supply of water, and the greater part of the untamed life species were misleadingly presented. The haven is a mainstream visitor goal, with the pinnacle tourism season being from August to February. The most well known traveler action is climbing to the highest point of a slope in the asylum, from which one can see the Krishna River moving through fields of sugarcane and grapevines. Additionally in the zone are ious holy places to Shiva which were worked amid the Chalukya administration, and the Krishna Valley Wine Park in Palus. That is very unique city for visit.