The abode of tiger and tribal called fondly as “Kipling Country” Melghat forest from an integral part of Satpuda-maikal Ranges where the land creates mystifying landscape of high hill and deep valley. The hill comes alive with the songs of birds and the roar of tigers. Melghat Tiger Reserve, is one of the first 9 tiger reserve of the country declared in February, 1974. It is one amongst the largest tiger reserve of India. The vibrant hamlets with typical huts arranged in a linear fashion dotting the Melghat landscape are predominantly inhabited by the tiger reserving culturally colorful Korku tribe. Melgaht Tiger Reserve consists of the Gugamal National park, Melghat, Wan, Ambabawarba and Narnala sanctuaries and the reserves areas falls in Amravti, Akola and Buldhana districts. Amravati district supports most of area in Melghat Tiger Reserve.