Exotic Animal Park At Nahargarh Biological Will Start From July In Monsoon

Good news for Wild Life Lovers. This monsoon exotic park will be start at Nahargarh Biological Park, which has identified the tourist spot as Delhi Road in the city. This allows tourists and animal lover to see the animals in the Exotic Park. Perhaps the park is expected to start in the third or fourth […]

Good news for Wild Life Lovers. This monsoon exotic park will be start at Nahargarh Biological Park, which has identified the tourist spot as Delhi Road in the city. This allows tourists and animal lover to see the animals in the Exotic Park. Perhaps the park is expected to start in the third or fourth week of July. After this, the zoo, the lion safari and the exotic park can be enjoyed here in one place.

  • Timing of the park from 8.30 am to 5.30 pm
  • Timing of Lion Safari from 9am to 5pm
  • One day in the week closed on Tuesday

People will be able to see Zoo, Lion Safari and Exotic Park together in the Nahargarh Biological Park. 26 hectare area park will show from gypsy.  The park has been ready for more than a year, which has an area of ​​about 26 hectares. Animals will be kept in such a large area, which will be arranged for gypsy to see. What are the gypsy’s rates, the idea is going on right now. Also ticket rates are not fixed at the moment. Probably entry into the park through a composite ticket can be given.

Nahargarh Biological park
Nahargarh Biological park

Animals will be kept in Exotic Park, which are not commonly found in the Indian Wildlife Sanctuary. In this case, there was planning to keep hippo, ostrich, zebra and giraffe. It will start from hippo and ostrich.
Planning to start the exotic park in July Last or the third week.

Nahargarh Biological park
Nahargarh Biological park

Efforts are on to bring hippo in the park, which will be completed in July. Only after the arrival of the hippo, the ostrich will be displayed by placing both of them in the park. With this, long-running exotic park will start for visiting tourists.

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