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Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary

Location: Delhi - Jaipur highway ( 46 km from Delhi)

Founded by: Dr. Salim Ali

Season: September to March is the best time to visit.


Description :
Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary Located at a distance of 46 kms from Delhi, Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary is a haven to a variety of domestic and migratory birds. Artificial mound, have turned into a green glade. The marsh has been converted into a water body. And with the years, hundreds of species of migratory birds have winged in to stay. Winter brings in birds from as far as Siberia. Flock of geese from Europe wing in too. The local birds flap in. The bird population include darters, egrets shovellers, gadwell and geese dominate. Teals, kingfishers, lapwings, sandpipers; demoiselle cranes and such like water birds nestle in. Over 100 species have been identified here.

Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary was a haunt of our very own birdman: Late Dr. Salim Ali: And, innumerable bird watchers who come in to observe bird antics. There are hide outs, watch towers and a museum of sorts for those keen on serious study. Guestrooms and catering wing, await the patrons.


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Eravikulam Wildlife Sanctuary

Area : 97 sq. km

Location : 17 km from Munnar, Kerala

Unique Attractions : Nilgiri Tahr, Atlas Moth

Established : Declared a National Park in 1978

Description :
Eravikulam Wildlife Sanctuary is a sanctuary set up for the preservation of the endangered Nilgiri Tahr.
Nilgiri Tahr in Eravikulam Wildlife Sanctuary
The main inhabitant of the park is Nilgiri Tahr. Now the park has the largest known population of Tahrs existing in the world. The park also shelters Atlas Moth, Elephants, Sambhars, Gaurs, Lion-tailed Macaque, Nilgiri, Langur, Tigers and Leopards.

Spread across an area of 97 sq. kms, the park exhibits the breathtaking natural splendor of rolling grasslands and exotic flowers. Anamudi, the highest peak south of Himalayas, towers over the sanctuary in majestic pride. The Atlas Moth, largest of its kind in the world, is a unique possession of the park.

Access :
Air: The nearest airport is at Kochi, 135 km.
Rail: Nearest railway station is located at Aluva, 115 km.


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Nandakanan

Location : 20 km from Bhubaneshwar


Tiger in NandankananDescription :
Located at a distance of 20 kms from Bhubaneshwar, Nandankanan National Park justifies its literal meaning i.e. "Garden of Pleasure". The park is a breathtaking combination of a botanical garden, a zoo and a sanctuary. The quiet environs of the Park provide a perfect shelter to the wild species like Leopards, Lions, Bears, Reptiles and other mammals.

Access :
The sanctuary can be approached by bus from Bhubaneshwar.




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Palamu Tiger Reserve

Area : 1026 sq. km (Buffer zone - 813 km & Core zone - 213 km)

Location : 25 km. from Daltonganj

Unique Attractions : Tigers, Leopards

Established : Tiger reserve in: June 1974


Description :
Spread across an area of 1026 sq. kms, Palamau Tiger Reserve is located in the south Chotanagpur palteau of Bihar. The major attraction of the park includes gaur, chital, elephants, tiger, panther, sloth bear, wild bear, sambar, nilgai and deer. Palamau National Park is now a part of one of nine tiger reserves in India, under "Project Tiger".

The entire area has a good distribution of bamboo breaks. The herbarium recently prepared by the Tiger Reserve authority records a good number of medicinal plants. There are good motorable roads inside the park, ground level hides and towers that offer the tourists a close view of the wild in the dense forests.

Access :
Air: Nearest airport Ranchi is 161 kms away from Betla.
Rail:The nearest railhead is at Daltonganj 25 kms from Betla. And the second nearest railway station is Ranchi 161 kms from Betla.
Road : Good motorable road connects Betla to nearby cities.


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Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary

Area : 5729.07 sq. km

Location : 93 km from Karwar (in Karnataka)

Unique Attractions : Crocodiles

Description :
The calm and peaceful Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary is reputed as the largest wildlife sanctuary in Karnataka. Nestling some very rare animal and birds is an unspoilt, untouched and unexplored treasure of wildlife that is sure to leave you spellbound. The park is rich in a variety of wild species including Sloth Bear, Bush Grail, Deer, Elephant, Sambar, Tiger, Gaur, Panther and Partridge.If it your day, you can also spot crocodiles basking in the sun.

The Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary offers wildlife safaris in jeeps nature walks, bird watching, crocodile sighting trips, fishing, coracle boat rides, trekking in the jungles of Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary.

Accommodation :
Bison River Resort
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