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Prior Permission is needed for visiting this place. Please contact the concerned authority.
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Visiting)
Sat, Sun
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Events)

asola bhatti wildlife sanctuary overview

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Asola Wild Life Sanctuary, Asola, Surajkund Road, New Delhi, Delhi 110074, India
contact
+91-11-26042010 +91-8800748967
entry fee
100
For adult & children
timings
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Visiting)
Sat, Sun
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Events)
Prior Permission is needed for visiting this place. Please contact the concerned authority.
visit duration
2 to 3 hours

how to reach asola bhatti wildlife sanctuary

Nearest metro station is Badarpur.Located in South Delhi Distt. All along Delhi Haryana Faridabad & Gurgaun. Approach from Tughlakabad (Mehruali-Badarpur Road) to Surajkund Road (2 Km) near Karni Singh shooting Range or from Mehruali via Chattarpur Temple 6 Km near Sanjay Colony(Bhatti Area) Distance from I.G.I. Airport 25 Km, Railway station 30 Km & Maharana Pratap Bus Stand 32 Km.

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about asola bhatti wildlife sanctuary

Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary is located on Southern Ridge, the northern terminal of Aravalli Hill Range, one of the oldest mountain system of the country. Home to a wide array of birds as well as a smattering of reptiles, amphibians and mammals, the sanctuary offers a tryst up close with nature to those who want a reprieve from the city life. 

The sanctuary is filled with a lot of monkeys as its also a place where stray monkeys are been rescued and left in their natural wild habitat. Apart from them, Blue Bulls, Black-naped hare & porcupines can be observed with relative ease and the early hours of dawn & dusk.You can also see Civet Cats meandering about in the open. The region is a crucial green lung of the city, a natural barrier preventing the flood plains & the advancing aridity of the Aravallis.

Many species of butterflies can be observed here, otherwise a rarity in other parts of the city. One can spot almost 15-20 species of avifauna easily & the list stands at 190 odd for the enthusiast.Domesticated camels almost come as a surprise, a custom not common in Delhi. There is a conservation education centre inside the park, run in collaboration with the Bombay Natural History Society with excellent interpretative material, although one must be prepared to be guided themselves as the forest guards are not very well-equipped to handle visitors.





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