Nahargarh Biological park

Overview

Nahargarh Biological Park situates in the vicinity of Nahargarh Fort, locates on the outskirts of the city near Jaipur- Delhi highway. This Nahargarh Biological Park is spread over 7.2 sq km of Nahargarh Sanctuary Park. This park consists of granite rocks, quartzite rocks and also consists of the region covered by dry deciduous and tropical rain forests. Wild life animals are provided comfortable environment in National Biological Park as their main aim to serve animals. Healthy food as well good care is also provided to the animals in this National Park which is deserved by them.
The caretakers in this park are also very animal friendly and take care of animals that are under their wards. There are currently 23 lions and 12 tigers at National Biological Park according to the Central Zoo Authority.

Other animals are also there in rescue centre which includes animals like Leopard, Asiatic Lion, Sloth Bear, Caracal, and several species of Deer, Gharials, Crocodile Pangolin Jackal, Wild Dog, Wolf, Hyena, Jungle Civet and Fishing Cats, Ratel, Common and Desert Fox, Rhesus Monkey and Langur. A rehabilitation centre of lions and tigers that independence from circuses is also there.

Some of the species which are dissapeting are reintroduces and today the variety of animals in the park also includes Leopard, Sloth Bear, Caracal, several species of Deer, Gharial, Crocodile and Otter in its wetlands, Pangolin Jackal, Wild Dog, Wolf, Hyena, Jungle Civet and Fishing Cats, Ratel, Common and Desert Fox, Wild Boar, Rhesus Monkey and Langur, and, of course, a host of avian species.


Entry Fee –

Entry Fee : Entry Fee for Indians : 20 Rs.
Entry Fee for Indians Students : 5 Rs.
Entry Fee for Foreigners : 50 Rs.
Entry Fee for Foreigner Students: 25 Rs.


Timing –

Timings : Visiting Hours – 10:00 AM to 5:30 PM


Address –

Aravali Hills, Amer Road, Jaipur, Rajasthan – 302002


Phone No (Official) +91-141-5134038


Photography is  permissible