Asola Wildlife Sanctuary
Delhi • India

From: India Travel GuideDelhi Travel Guide

See also: Tughlakabad FortNational Zoological Park


Asola Wildlife Sanctuary, Delhi, India
Asola Wildlife Sanctuary was founded in 1992 and plays an important role in protecting the native wildlife in the New Delhi area. The sanctuary covers a vast area of over 6800 acres and contains many species of flora and fauna.

The main sanctuary entrance can be a entered from Suraj Kund which will lead you towards where the nature trails and guides are. There is another entrance which is far more overgrown and off the beaten track and does not have the same guides available to show you around.

The sanctuary has a nature trail which is around 2 kilometers in length and there are guides available who can show you around allowing you to enjoy the wild life and surrounding plant and tree life, it can be a good idea to take your own binoculars for a close up view of some of the birds.

Animals within the park include the Common and Indian Mongoose, Blackbucks, Flying Fox, Porcupine's, Jungle Cat, Quail, Swallows, Falcons, Bee eaters and Parakeets.

Attraction Located Guide
The Asola Wildlife Sanctuary is located close to Tughlakabad Fort and is around 45 kilometers to the south east of the city.

 


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