Nahargarh Biological Park is located near the Nahargarh Fort in Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan. Which is about 19 km from Jaipur main city. It is situated at a distance of NH 8 by road.
Nahargarh Biological Park Jaipur
In view of the decreasing number of tigers after independence, the government declared this forest as “Nahargarh Wildlife Sanctuary” in 1980. Nahargarh Biological Park or Nahargarh Zoological Park situated on the edge of the Aravali Hills range is one of the adventure tourist places in Rajasthan.
This Biological Park was created to promote elephant safari and eco-tourism, this park is popular across the country for elephant safaris. Nahargarh Biological Park is far ahead in comparison to other biological parks in India in cleanliness and care.
Nahargarh Biological Park Area
The area of this biological park is 720 hectares, of which 26 hectares of animals and birds have been kept in cages. The remaining 694-hectare area is vacant, in which some animals and many different species of birds are present.
History of Nahargarh Biological Park
The construction of This Biological Park started in the year 2013 and in March 2016 the park was inaugurated by Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje. And in June 2016 Ram Niwas Jaipur Zoo was shifted to the Nahargarh Biological Park. Various flora and animal species can be seen in this park.
The special attraction of this Biological Park is the Asiatic Lion and the White Cheetah, currently, the park hosts 23 lions and 12 tigers. The Nahargarh Biological Park contains a total of 220 types of birds and 450 rare species. Which remains popular for Indian tourists as well as foreign tourists and this park is one of the most attractive places in Jaipur to visit.
The major attraction of Nahargarh Biological Park is the Elephant Safari. Nahargarh Elephant Safari is a unique experience for the tourists to appreciate and enjoy nature in a very exciting and enjoyable way. Where tourists are taken to a two-kilometer-long Nahargarh Elephant Safari, in which a large number of wild animals and birds can be seen.
Tiger, leopard, lion, panther, sloth bear, caracal, deer, alligator, crocodile, pangolin, jackal, wild dog, wolf, hyena, kier otter, fox, rhesus monkey, and langur, etc. animals living in the tourist park during Elephant Safari can see.
Nahargarh Biological Park timing
This biological park is closed on Tuesdays. Opens on all days of the week except Tuesdays at 09:30 AM and closes at 05:30 PM. There is a lot of crowd in this biological park on Saturdays and Sundays.
Nahargarh biological park entry fee
Ticket Cost- Indian visitors: 50/- per person, Foreigner: 300/- per person, Student: 20/- per student,
Car/jeep: 300/- per vehicle, Motorcycle: 30/- per vehicle, Auto rickshaw: 60/- per vehicle, Bus: 500/- per vehicle,
Camera (Indian): 200/-, Camera (Foreigner): 400/-, Video Camera (Indian): 500/-, Video Camera (Foreigner): 1000/-
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