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Wild Life Sanctuaries


RANTHAMBORE:

The most exciting aspect of a visit to a wildlife sanctuary is the safari into the jungles, of meeting the unexpected and completely missing the expected. Animals can be seen in a zoo also, but the dangerous thrill of actually encountering a wild beast in its natural habitat is a sure method of testing ones patience and bravado. 

The Park is open from October to April, after which the monsoons make it impossible to enter forests as the muddy trails are washed away. The best times to view wildlife are the early mornings and evenings, as fixed by the forest department, and in Ranthambhore there is a fairly good chance of spotting a tiger. A network of four tracks crisscross the park. A maximum of three open jeeps are allowed on each trail at a time. There are open roofed canters (small trucks) but these are not very good for viewing wildlife as they seat 20 people who can get really excited on seeing an animal and scare it away. Also, canters are shaky vehicles and photography is nearly impossible from them because their drivers stop and start on their own whims and without warning. Rides into the jungle in open jeeps are pretty safe as most of the wild animals are accustomed to human presence. 

The best time to visit the Park is between October to February. Jeeps can be booked up to five months in advance and even a day earlier. Each safari takes about three hours. 

Safari Timing in Ranthambore National Park Timings for entry into, and exit from, the park vary according to the season. In winters, due to the shorter duration of daylight hours, the morning entry time is later and evening exit time is earlier.

 

SARISKA :

This park is situated only 200 km from Delhi and 107 kms from Jaipur. Although larger than Ranthambor, it is less commercialized and has less tigers but a similar Physical Features. It covers an area of 800 sq km in total, with a core area of approximately 500 sq km. The Northern Aravali Hills dominate the skyline with their mixture of sharp cliffs and long narrow valleys. The area was declared a sanctuary in 1955 and became a National Park in 1979. 

The landscape of Sariska comprises of hills and narrow valleys of the Aravali hill range. The Physical Features of Sariska supports scrub-thorn arid forests, dry deciduous forests, rocks and grasses. The broad range of wildlife here is a wonderful example of ecological adoption and tolerance, for the Seasons of Rajasthan here is variable as well as erratic. 

It is located in the contemporary Alwar district and is the legacy of the Maharajas of Alwar. Pavilions and Temples within Sariska are ruins that hint at past riches and glory. The nearby Kankwadi Fort has a long and turbulent history. 

In morning and evening, wildlife in Sariska heads towards the many water holes, which litter the park, thus providing the guests with their best chance of viewing game. At some of these watering holes it is possible to book hides which are situated in prime spots for wildlife viewing. 

The park is home to numerous carnivores including Leopard, Wild Dog, Jungle Cat, Civets Hyena, Jackal, and Tiger. These feed on species such as Sambar, Chital, Nilgai, Chausingha, Wild Boar and Langur. Sariska is also well known for its large population of Rhesus Monkeys, which are found around Talvriksh. 

The avian world is also well represented with Peafowl, Grey Partridge, Bush Quail, Sand Grouse, Tree Pie, Golden backed Woodpecker, crested Serpent Eagle and The Great Indian horned Owl. 

The park is open almost whole year-round, but for wildlife viewing and your comfort it is best to visit from October to April. Safaris are provided by jeep. Best Time to Visit Visitors can visit Sariska wildlife sanctuary throughout the year, still the beast period is during the months of October to June.

BHARATPUR :

One of the finest bird parks in the world, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary (Keoladeo Ghana National Park) is a reserve that offers protection to faunal species as well. Nesting indigenous water- birds as well as migratory water birds and waterside birds, this sanctuary is also inhabited by Sambar, Chital, Nilgai and Boar.

More than 300 species of birds are found in this small wildlife park of 29-sq-kms of which 11-sq-kms are marshes and the rest scrubland and grassland. Keoladeo, the name derives from an ancient Hindu temple, devoted to Lord Shiva, which stands at the centre of the park. 'Ghana' means dense, referring to the thick forest, which used to cover the area. 

The major attractions of tourists visiting the park are the numerous migratory birds, who come from as far away as Siberia and Central Asia and spend their winters in Bharatpur, before returning to their breeding grounds. Migratory birds at Bharatpur bird sanctuary include, several species of Cranes, Pelicans, Geese, Ducks, Eagles, Hawks, Shanks, Stints, Wagtails, Warblers, Wheatears, Flycatchers, Buntings, Larks and Pipits, etc.

There are two national parks and 02  Tiger reserves and 25 Sanctuaries in the state. Two more parks Mukundra and Aravali are awaiting notification.

National Park  ( 2) 
Desert National Park at Jaisalmer 
Keoladeo Ghanna National Park

Tiger Reserve  National Park ( 2)
Ranthambhor Tiger Reserve 
Sariska Tiger Reserve

Sancturies ( 25 )

JAMVA RAMGARH

Location

Jamva Ramgarh Wildlife Sanctuary Near village Ramgarh, 35 k.m. from Jaipur

Area

300.00. sq. k.m

Year of Notification

1982

Habitat

Hilly area of Aravalli

Flora

Mainly Dhok forests

Fauna

Panther, Chital. Wild Boar, Hyena, Sambhar, Blue Bull, Jackal, Fox, Jungle Cat.

Species of conservation interest

Panther, Hyaena, Jackal. Chital

How to reach

Air

Jaipur

Rail

Railway station Jaipur

Road

Convenient mode of travel

What to see

Wild animals and natural surroundings, Hawa Hodi Lake, Ramgarh.

How to see

By Jeep/Gypsy only in day time

Where to stay

Hotel of Taj Group at Jamah Ramgarh and Several RTDC Hotels.

Excursion

Visit to Historical palace at Jaipur, Jamva Ramgarh and Nahargarh Sanctuary

Climate

Summer

Max. 45.0° c; Min 23.0° c

Winter

Max. 25.0° c; Min 8.0° c

Rains

800 mm annually

Clothing

Summer

Cotton

Winter

Woolen

Best time for visit

October to February

Other useful information

Guide service

Local Forest Staff

Tourist service

At Railway station, & Bus stand, Jaipur and at Hotels.

Taxi service

At Railway station, Near bus stand, Jaipur and at Hotels.

Address of Authorities

Dy. C.F. Jaipur Central

Phone ( Office) 0141-2203068

Dy. Chief Wildlife Warden, Raj. Jaipur.

Phone ( Office) 0141-2617319

Chief Wildlife Warden, Raj. Jaipur.

Phone ( Office) 0141-2227832

Tariffs

As per notification dated: 20th July 2010

 

BUND BARETHA

Location

Bund Baretha Wild life Sanctuary Near Village Baretha, 45 kms. from Bharatpur

Area

199.50 Sq. kms.

Year of Notification

1985

Habitat

Partly Hilly and Watershed area of Man-made Bund called Bund Baretha Partly a wet land Habital for Water Fowls.

Flora

Dhok (A. pendula), Churel (Holoptela integrifolia), Kadamb (Mitrasyna parviflora), Ber, Khajoor, Aquatic Vegetation

Fauna

Leopard, Hyena, Jungle Cat, Blue Bull, Jackal, Wolf and Birds.

Species of conservation interest

Leopard, Fox, Wolf, Hyena & Migratory Water Birds

How to reach

Air

Jaipur / Agra

Rail

Bharatpur

Road

Convenient mode of travel

What to see

Wild Animals, water fowls, Royal Palace & Gardens at Bund Baretha

How to see

By jeep/Gypsy only in day time

Where to stay

Forest Rest House Bharatpur,  RTDC Hotel Saras, Bharatpur, Forest Louge and ITDC Unit, and several other private hotels.

Excursion

Jungle Drive, Boating, in Bund Baretha Lake of Keoladev National Park.

Climate

Summer

Max. 45.0° C; Min. 37.0° C

Winter

Max. 35.7° C; Min. 4.0° C

Rains

690 mm annually

Clothing

Summer

Cotton

Winter

Woolen

Best time for visit

September to May

Other useful information

Guide service

Available at Keoladeo National Park & Other Hotels of Bharatpur

Tourist service

Tourist Office at Agra Road.

Taxi service

Available at Bharatpur & Other.

Address of Authorities

D.F.O., Bharatpur

Telephone : 05644-222488

Range Forest Officer (Wildlife)

Bund Baretha Sanctuary

Tourist Reception Center

RTDC RTDC Hotel, Saras, Agra Road, Bharatpur

Phone : 05644-22542

Tariffs

As per notification dated: 20th July 2010

SAWAI MANSINGH

Location

Sawai Mansingh wildlife Sanctuary located 16 k.m From Ranthambhore, and 10 k.m. from Sawai Madhopur

Area

127.76 sq. km

Year of Notification

1984

Habitat

Hilly area of Vindhyas

Flora

Dhok, Salar, Churel, Butea

Fauna

Sloth Bear , Wild Boar , Caracal. Chital. Chinkara, Hyaena, Jackal, Sambhar.

Species of conservation interest

Chinkara, Sloth Bear, Jackal, Hyaena, Sambhar

How to reach

Air

 

Rail

Railway satation , Sawai Madhopur

Road

Convenient mode of travel

What to see

Wild animals and natural surroundings

How to see

By Jeep / Gypsy and trekking

Where to stay

At Sawai Madhopur

Excursion

Visit to Ranthambhor National Park , Sawai man singh Sanctuary

Climate

Summer

Max. 45.0° c; Min 29.0° c

Winter

Max. 25.0° c; Min 8.0° c

Rains

750 mm annually

Clothing

Summer

Cotton

Winter

Woolen

Best time for visit

October to March

Other useful information

Guide service

Local Forest Staff

Tourist service

RTDC Office Sawai Madhopur

Taxi service

Available from Tourist Counter, Sawai Madhopur

Address of Authorities

Field Director Ranthambhore National Park

Phone ( Office) 07462-220223

Phone (Residence)07462- 220501

Dy. Director (Core) RNP

Phone ( Office) 07462-235403

Tariffs

As per notification dated: 20th July 2010

 

 

 

NAHAR GARH

Location

Nahargarh Wildlife Sanctuary Amber hills Jaipur. Entrance near Kunda Village

Area

1980.98sq. km

Year of Notification

1960

Habitat

Dry deciduous forests, Hilly Terrain of Aravallis

Flora

Dhok (A. pendula), Salar (Boswellia serrata), Churel (Holoptelia integrifolia), Khair (Acacia catechu), Palash (Butea monosperma), Date Palm.

Fauna

Leopard, Hyena, Jungle Cat, Wild boar, Fox, Jackal, Bluebull, Crocodile, Many Migratory & Resident Birds

Species of conservation interest

Leopard, Jackal, Bluebull

How to reach

Air

Jaipur / Agra

Rail

Jaipur Railway Station

Road

Convenient mode of travel. (On way to Amber). Delhi-260 kms

What to see

Natural Landscape, Resident Birds, Lakes & Stepwell-Raniji-ki-Baori

How to see

By jeep/Gypsy only in day time

Where to stay

Jaipur. Naraian Niwas Palace,

Tel : 561291, 563448, Alsisar Haveli,

Tel : 368290, The General's Retreats,

Tel : 377134, Sheh-Deep,

Tel : 604570

Excursion

Visit to the chain of great Forts i.e. Nahargarh, Jaigarh, Amber fort Palaces. Kesar Kyari, Lake Bhav Sagar & Elephant Safari in Amber.

Climate

Summer

Max. 45.0° c ; Min 25.8° c

Winter

Max 22.0° c  ; Min 8.3° c

Rains

640 mm annually

Clothing

Summer

Cotton

Winter

Woolen

Best time for visit

Whole of the year, avoid rainy days

Other useful information

Guide service

By forest Staff

Tourist service

At Jaipur

Taxi service

At Jaipur

Address of Authorities

Dy. C.F. Jaipur Central

Phone ( Office) 0141-2203068

Phone ( Resi.) 0141-2359087

Range Forest Officer (Wildlife)

Amber road, Jaipur

Tourist Information CenterOld Government Hotel, M.I.Road, Jaipur

Phone: 0141-2365256

Tariffs

As per notification dated: 20th July 2010

KELA DEVI

Location

Keladevi Wildlife Sanctuary Located 25 k.m. from Karoli

Area

676.40 sq. km

Year of Notification

1983

Habitat

Hilly area of Aravalli

Flora

Dhok, Khair

Fauna

Panther, Sambhar, Sloth Bear Cheetal, Wild Boar, Hyena, Jackal, Chinkara.

Species of conservation interest

Panther, Hyaena, Jackal. Chinkara

How to reach

Air

Jaipur

Rail

Jaipur

Road

Convenient mode of travel

What to see

Wild animals and natural surroundings, Keladevi Temple

How to see

By Jeep/Gypsy only in day time

Where to stay

Suitable in Jaipur

Excursion

Visit to Keladevi temple and Sanctuary

Climate

Summer

Max. 45.0° c; Min 24.0° c

Winter

Max. 31.0° c; Min 9.0° c

Rains

700 mm annually

Clothing

Summer

Cotton

Winter

Woolen

Best time for visit

October to February

Other useful information

Guide service

Local Forest Staff

Tourist service

Available Near bus stand

Taxi service

Jaipur and Hotels.

Address of Authorities

D.F.O., Karoli

Phone (Office) 07464-250019

Phone (Residence) 07464-220181

 

Dy. Director (Buffer) Karoli

Phone (Office) 07464-250003

Tariffs

As per notification dated: 20th July 2010

SHER GARH

Location

Shergarh Wildlife sanctuary, Village Shergarh, Baran

Area

98.70 Sq.kms.

Year of Notification

1983

Habitat

Deccan Plateau Dry teak forests on Vindhyan formation

Flora

Dhok (Anngoeissus pendula), Khair (Acacia catechu), Teak (Tectona grandis)

Fauna

Leopard, Hyena, Wild boar, Chital, Sambhar, Chinkara, Sloth bear

Species of conservation interest

Leopard, Hyena, Chital, Chinkara, Sambhar.

How to reach

Air

Kota

Rail

Kota / Baran

Road

Kota to Shergarh-130 kms., Jhalawar-50 kms., Baran-45 kms.

What to see

Wild animals, Birdsand Fort

How to see

By Jeep / Gypsy

Where to stay

At Kota / Baran, Haveli Shergarh Hotel, Forest Rest House

Excursion

Atru Village-25 kms., Kakuni temples-30 kms., Gagron fort-40 kms.

Climate

Summer

Max. 42.0° C; Min 29.7° C

Winter

Max. 24.0° C; Min 11.6° C

Rains

880 mm annually

Clothing

Summer

Cotton

Winter

Light Woolen

Best time for visit

Whole year (Avoid rainy days)

Other useful information

Guide service

By Forest Staff

Tourist service

Kota

Taxi service

Kota

Address of Authorities

Deputy Conservator, (Wildlife),

Chhatra Vilas Garden, Kota

Phone : 0744-2321263

Tourist Reception Centre

RTDC Hotel Chambal, Kota

Phone : 0744-2327695

Tariffs

As per notification dated: 20th July 2010

 

 

 

JAWAHAR SAGAR

Location

Jawahar Sagar, Wildlife Sanctuary, Jawahar Sagar Dam, Rawatbhata

Area

153.41 sq. km.

Year of Notification

1975

Habitat

Wetland with adjoining forest block, breeding sites of Gavials. Dry deciduous forest

Flora

Bamboo patches, Dhok (Anogeissus pendula), jamun (Syzygium cumini)

Fauna

Gavial, Crocodile, Sambhar, Chital, Wild boar, Sloth Bear, Leopard, Fishes

Species of conservation interest

Sloth bear, Caracal, Gavial, Crocodile, Leopard.

How to reach

Air

Kota

Rail

Kota

Road

Kota to Jawahar Sagar Dam-35 kms.

What to see

gavials, Birds

How to see

By Jeep / Gypsy, Boating in lake

Where to stay

At Kota

Excursion

Kota dam, Garadia Mahadev, Gaiper Nath Temple

Climate

Summer

Max. 43.6° C; Min 29.7° C

Winter

Max. 24.5° C; Min 10.6° C

Rains

880 mm annually

Clothing

Summer

Cotton

Winter

Light Woolen

Best time for visit

September to June (Avoid rainy days)

Other useful information

Guide service

Forest Staff

Tourist service

Kota

Taxi service

Kota

Address of Authorities

Deputy Conservator of Forest, (Wildlife)

Chhatra Vilas Garden, Kota

Phone: 0744-2321263

Tourist Reception Centre

RTDC Hotel Chambal, Kota

Phone: 0744-2327695

Tariffs

As per notification dated: 20th July 2010

 

 

 

NATIONAL CHAMBAL

Location

National Chambal Wildlife Sanctuary (Water Sanctuary) KotaChambal river flowing within districts Kota, Sawai Madhopur and Dholpur

Area

280sq. km

Year of Notification

1979

Habitat

Aquatic (River Sanctuary) and Tropical ravine thorn forest along the banks of river

Flora

Khair (Acacia catechu), Palash (Butea monosperma), Churel (Holoptelia integrifolia), Ber and Grassy patches on both sides

Fauna

Gavial Crocodile, Otter Dolphin, Chinkara on River banks, Ducks and Teals, Panther, Jackal, Sambhar, Hyena.

Species of conservation interest

Otter, Gavial, Crocodile, Fishes, Jackal, Sambhar, Hyena

How to reach

Air

Kota

Rail

Kota Railway Station

Road

Kota to Jawahar Sagar Dam via Rawatbhata

What to see

Sun basking Gavials in winter on the river banks

How to see

By Boating in River. Most convenient to go to Pali ghat near Sawai Madhopur

Where to stay

At Kota RTDC Hotel, Forest Rest House

Excursion

Driving by Moter Boat in Chambal River gives unique experience of Wildness, visit of kota Town

Climate

Summer

Max. 42.6° C; Min 29.7° C

Winter

Max. 24.5° C; Min 11.6° C

Rains

880 mm annually

Clothing

Summer

Cotton

Winter

Light Woolen

Best time for visit

September to June (Avoid rainy days)

Other useful information

Guide service

Boating and visiting arrangement can be made with the help of Wildlife Conservator Office, at Kota

Tourist service

Kota

Taxi service

Kota

Address of Authorities

Deputy Conservator of Forest, (Wildlife),

Chhatra Vilas Garden, Kota

Phone : 0744-2321263

Tourist Reception Centre

RTDC Hotal Chambal, Kota

Phone : 0747-2327695

Tariffs

As per notification dated: 20th July 2010

 

 

 

RAMGARH VISHDHARI

Location

Ramgarh Vishdhari Wildlife Sanctuary, Near village Ramgarh. On Bundi-Nainwa Road

Area

252.79 sq. kms.

Year of Notification

1982

Habitat

Hilly, Dry Deciduous Forests on Vindhyan formations

Flora

Dhok (Angoeissus pendula), Khair (Acacia catechu), Salar (Boswellia serrata) Khirni (Manilkara hexandra) trees are in abundance. Mango, Beer etc.

Fauna

Leopard, Sambhar, Wild boar, Chinkara, Sloth bear, Indian Wolf, Hyena, Jackal, Fox.

Species of conservation interest

Wolf, Sloth bear, Deers, Leopard, Hyena, Jackal, Chinkara.

How to reach

Air

Kota

Rail

Kota / Baran

Road

From Bundi to Ramgarh-50 kms., Kota via Bundi-88 kms.

What to see

Wild animals, Birds, Crocodile, Historical, Cenotaphs, Ramgarh Palace

How to see

By Jeep / Gypsy

Where to stay

Bundi RTDC Hotel and many private lodges

Excursion

Bundi Town, Fort and Places, Jait Sagar Lake, Terrace Garden

Climate

Summer

Max. 38.3˚C; Min 28.8˚C

Winter

Max. 28.3˚C; Min 11.6˚C

Rains

950 mm annually

Clothing

Summer

Cotton

Winter

Light Woolen

Best time for visit

September to May

Other useful information

Guide service

By Forest Staff

Tourist service

Bundi

Taxi service

Bundi

Address of Authorities

Deputy Conservator of Forest, (Wildlife),

Chhatra Vilas Garden, Kota

Phone : 0744-2321263

Forest Range Officer (Wildlife)

Ramgarh, Bundi

Phone : 0744-2327695

Tourist Office

Circuit House Campus, Bundi,

Phone : 0747-222697

Tariffs

As per notification dated: 20th July 2010

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

JAISAMAND

Location

Jaisamand wildlife Sanctuary Located 45 k.m From Udaipur

Area

52.34 sq. km

Year of Notification

1955

Habitat

Hilly area of Aravalli

Flora

Rich in Dhok, Salar forests

Fauna

Panther , Chinkara, Wild Boar, Chinkara, Hyaena, Civet, Jungle Cat

Species of conservation interest

Panther Chinkara, Jackal, Hyaena

How to reach

Air

Airport, Dabok, Udaipur

Rail

Railway Station , Udaipur

Road

Convenient mode of travel from Jaipur by Buses.

What to see

Wild animals and natural surroundings, water reservoir, old palaces.

How to see

By jeep/Gypsy and trekking

Where to stay

At Udaipur

Excursion

Visit to Lakes, fort , and sanctuary

Climate

Summer

Max. 45.0° c; Min 27.0° c

Winter

Max. 25.0° c; Min 8.0° c

Rains

800 mm annually

Clothing

Summer

Light tropical

Winter

Woolen

Best time for visit

October to March

Other useful information

Guide service

Local Forest Staff

Tourist service

RTDC Office , Rail way Station

Taxi service

Available from Rly Station and Hotels

Address of Authorities

Dy. Chief Wildlife , Udaipur

Phone (Office)0294-2453686

Phone (residence)0294-2434150

Tariffs

As per notification dated: 20th July 2010

 

 

 

BHAINSROD GARH

Location

Bhainsrodgarh wildlife Sanctuary located at Saddle Dam Rawatbhata Chittorgarh

Area

229.14 sq. k.m

Year of Notification

1983

Habitat

Hilly area of Aravalli

Flora

Dhok, Salar, Churel, Butea

Fauna

Panther , Wild Boar, Chinkara , Fox, Four Horned Antilope, Civet

Species of conservation interest

Chinkara, Jackal, Hyaena, Sambhar

How to reach

Air

 

Rail

Kota, Chittorgarh

Road

Convenient mode of travel. Kota -55 kms, Chittorgarh - 150 kms

What to see

Wild animals and natural surroundings

How to see

By Jeep / Gypsy and trekking

Where to stay

At Kota, Chittorgarh

Excursion

Temple, Pratapsagar Dam

Climate

Summer

Max. 45° c; Min 29.0° c

Winter

Max. 22.0° c; Min 7.0° c

Rains

800 mm annually

Clothing

Summer

Light tropical

Winter

Woolen

Best time for visit

October to March

Other useful information

Guide service

Local Forest Staff

Tourist service

RTDC Office, Railway, Station

Taxi service

Available from Rly Station and at Hotels

Address of Authorities

Dy. C.F. Wildlife Chittorgarh

Phone 01472-244915 (O)

01472-244916 (R)

Tariffs

As per notification dated: 20th July 2010

PHULWARI KI NAL

Location

Kotra. Udaipur -120 Kms.

Area

492.68 sq. k.m

Year of Notification

1983

Habitat

Hilly and Undulating Part of Southern Aravallis

Flora

 

Fauna

Leopard, Hyena, Chinkara, Wild boar, Four-horned Antelope, Flying squirrel, Pangolin and 120 species of Birds

Species of conservation interest

Four horned Antelope, Pangoin, Flying Squirrel, Deer species

How to reach

Air

Udaipur

Rail

Udaipur

Road

Udaipur-Kotva via Panarva -120 Kms.

What to see

Wild Animals and Birds

How to see

by Jeep/ Gypsy

Where to stay

Forest Rest House, Kotra. Udaipur

Excursion

Jungle Drive. Visit to Tribal villages

Climate

Summer

Max. 45° C; Min 23.8° C

Winter

Max. 28.3° C; Min 11.6° C

Rains

610 mm annually

Clothing

Summer

Light tropical

Winter

Light Woolen

Best time for visit

September to May

Other useful information

Guide service

Forest Staff

Tourist service

At Udaipur

Taxi service

Available at Udaipur

Address of Authorities

Deputy Chief Wildlife Warden

Gulab Bagh, Udaipur

Phone 0294-2453686

Wildlife Warden

Phulwari-Ki-Nal Sanctuary,

Hq. Kotra, Udaipur.

Regional Tourist Office

Fateh Memorial, Suraj Pole,

Udaipur

Phone ( Office) 0294-2411535

Tariffs

As per notification dated: 20th July 2010

 

 

 

 

 

 

BASSI

Location

Bassi Wildlife Sanctuary Located 25 k.m. from Chittorgarh

Area

138.69 sq. k.m

Year of Notification

1988

Habitat

Hilly area of Aravalli and vindhyan ranges

Flora

Dhok, Salar, Churel, Butea.

Fauna

Panther, Chital. Wild Boar, Hyena, Jackal, Four Horned Antelope

Species of conservation interest

Panther, Hyaena, Jackal. Chital

How to reach

Air

 

Rail

Chittorgarh

Road

Convenient mode of travel

What to see

Wild animals and natural surroundings, water Bodies,

How to see

By Jeep / Gypsy only in day time

Where to stay

Suitable in Chittorgarh

Excursion

Visit to historical palace at Jaipur, Jamva Ramgarh and Nahargarh Sanctuary

Climate

Summer

Max. 38.0 c; Min 22.0 c

Winter

Max. 30.0 c; Min 8.0 c

Rains

800 mm annually

Clothing

Summer

Cotton

Winter

Woolen

Best time for visit

October to February

Other useful information

Guide service

Local Forest Staff

Tourist service

At Chittorgarh Railway station Available near bus stand, Chittorgarh and at Hotels.

Taxi service

At Chittorgarh Railway station, Available near bus stand, Chittorgarh and at Hotels.

Address of Authorities

D.F.O. Chittorgarh

Phone ( Office) 01472-241049

Phone ( Residence) 01472-241984

Dy. C.F. Wildlife, Chittorgarh

Phone ( Office) 01472-244915

Phone ( Residence) 01472-244916

Tariffs

As per notification dated: 20th July 2010


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