The Baisipalli wildlife sanctuary is located near Daspalla and it is 46 km from Nayagarh town. The Wildlife Sanctuary spread over 168.35 sq km entirely in Nayagarh district. It makes a co-end with the Baisipalli Reserve Forest. It has situated in the proximity of the Satkosia Gorge Sanctuary. The Baisipalli Wildlife Sanctuary is lying in its south. The Baisipalli Sanctuary is one of the eminent wildlife sanctuaries in Odisha that vividly illustrates the diverse natural heritage of the East Indian state. The sanctuary is home to bears, elephants, leopards, Sambar Deer, and spotted deer.
The sanctuary is popular for its deciduous forests, dry deciduous forests and moist peninsular Sal forests. Rich in flora and fauna, this place borders the Mahanadi River along the Satkosia gorge, which also includes the Gharial Crocodile Sanctuary of Tikarpara. The sanctuary is blessed with a well-wooded hilly terrain, rendering abode to elephants, tigers, leopards, herbivores like Chousingha and water birds, and a few varieties of reptilian including Python and King cobra. A stay at Tikarpara and cruise along the 25 km long gorge with beautiful forests on either side is a memorable experience.
The sanctuary is an ideal tourist destination. The sanctuary is blessed with a well-wooded hilly terrain, rendering abode to elephants, tigers, leopards, herbivores like Chousingha and water birds, and a few varieties of reptilian including Python and King cobra, among others. The tourists get recreational and educational facilities during their visit at the Deer Park at Kuanria lying in the outskirts of the sanctuary. (Source)