Located in the Kawardha district at a distance of 140 kms from Raipur, it is named after the famous 11th century Bhoramdeo Temple. The 163.80 sq km Bhoramdeo Wildlife Sanctuary comprises open patches of forest on the rolling Maikal Hills. The main species of plants in the Bhoramdeo Wildlife Sanctuary include sal, saja, tinsa, kara and haldu. It provides sanctuary to a number of animals like the leopard, hyena, jackal, bear, chital, wild buffalo, nilgai, etc. It is best approached from Raipur (140 kms), which is the nearest railhead and airport.