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Animal’s Comfort Zone!

The Nahargarh Biological Park which is also called as the Nahargarh Zoological Park was inaugurated by the honourable chief minister Vasundhara Raje Ji and Mayor Nirmal Nahata along with other members of forest department and RSRDC. The park has been introduced in the city to provide bigger and better living conditions to the animals of Zoo. This park allows you hang out with your friends and family in the comfort zone of Zoo Animals.

Nahargarh Biological Park is situated in the vicinity of the Nahargarh Fort and hence, it has been named as the Nahargarh Biological Park. Situated on Delhi-Jaipur Highway, the park is spread over an area of 7.2 kms. The park consists of granite rocks, quartzite rocks and a region covered with dry deciduous and rain forests.  Wild animals are provided with great comfort in the park, healthy food and good care is given to them.

There are currently 23 lions and 12 tigers in the Nahargarh Biological Park, according to Central Zoo Authority.

Watch wall murals and floor paintings

The Nahargarh Biological Park has been painted with Wall Murals and Floor paintings by very famous artists from The Ranthambore School of Arts. A few snapshots of the artwork can be seen here!

Timings: 08:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Days working: all days except Tuesdays

Location: Jaipur-Delhi Highway

How to Reach Nahargarh Biological Park?

1. From Railway Station

Prefer travelling by cab.

Total Distance: 17 kms

Total Charges: Rs.200-250/-

2. From Narayan Singh Circle bus stand

Total Distance: 13 kms

You can take cab as well as buses from the Narayan Singh Circle bus stand.

Charges for travelling by bus: Rs.20/-

Charges for travelling by cab: Rs.150-200/-

 


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