The entrance to the Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary starts from the village of Molem. This is known as the largest wildlife sanctuary and is spread across an area of 240 sq km, and this also incorporates the Molem National park which covers an area of 107-sq-km.
There is a platform which is located a few kilometers away from the park. From this place you can see this point one can see animals such as the barking deer, Leopard, flying squirrel, mouse deer, S?mbhar wild deer, Porcupine, Wild boar and wild dog. These animals can be commonly seen in the national park.
There are a few birds which can be commonly seen in this park like the Emerald Dove, Golden Oriole, Indian black woodpecker, Grey headed myna, Grey jungle fowl, Emerald Dove and the Drongo.
Many interesting and pretty butterflies can be seen here like the Common Mime, Crimson Rose, Plain tiger, Blue Mormon, Common Mormon, Plum Judy and the Tailed Jay.
Snakes are quite common seen here the park is well known for snakes, especially the black cobra along with other reptiles such as the Rat snake, Malabar pit viper, Indian cobra, Indian Rock python are some common reptiles.
If you would like to spend a night here then you could stay in Molem in the GTDC Dudhsagar Resort. The Non AC The guest house has AC as well as Non AC rooms, which are priced at Rs 45 for a Non AC room and Rs 600 for an AC room. If you wish to reach the place by a public transport, then you can take any bus to Ponda, and later change to a bus to Belgaum or Londa, and then get off in Molem.