Darrah National Sanctuary, Kota, Wildlife In Rajasthan

Darrah National Sanctuary, Kota

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Darrah National
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The Darrah National Park is a standout amongst the most prominent national parks in Rajasthan. It was built up in 2004 and contains three natural life havens in particular, the Darrah Wildlife Sanctuary, the Chambal Wildlife Sanctuary and the Jaswant Sagar Wildlife Sanctuary. The national park has extensive extends of woodlands which were in the past part of the Maharaja of Kota’s chasing grounds. Spread over a zone of 250 sq km, the natural life haven is arranged at a separation of 50 km from the town of Kota. The asylum was formally announced as a secured zone in 1955. It is home to various species including the wild hog, deer, nilgai, cheetah and wolves.

A visit to the Darrah  is an extremely compensating knowledge. The characteristic excellence of the locale is past depiction. Besides, it additionally has an exceptionally rich social history. Jhalwar, another prevalent vacationer destination is arranged near the Darrah National Park.Darrah Photo Source : logs.rediff.com

There is an exceptionally excellent post likewise inside the premises of the asylum. The Jenana Khana of the post merits going by in view of its structural magnificence. The Sun Temple in Jharipatan is another destination worth going by amid an outing to the Darrah National Park.

The River Chandrabhaga streams near the national park and there are various antiquated sanctuaries, going back to the seventh and eighth hundreds of years that are arranged along the banks of the waterway. The national park is shut to guests from July to September consistently.

Best time to visit : October to March

Opening and shutting hours : 10 am to 5 pm regular

Sort of Wildlife Safari : Jeep, Trek

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