Koyna Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary and natural World Heritage Site, which is located in Satara district of the Indian state of Maharashtra. The sanctuary is nested in the Western Ghats, covering an area of around 423.55 km sq. The sanctuary has a diverse variety of mammals including the keystone species, Bengal tigers. Also, Indian leopards (14), Indian gaur (220-250), sloth bears (70-80), sambar deer (160-175), barking deer (180-200) and mouse deer, common gray langurs, smooth-coated otters and Indian giant squirrels are common. All bikes allowed. Meeting time 6AM below Navle bridge on Mumbai Bangalore bypass. All riders will be joining us at their own expenses and must wear proper riding gears.