National Zoological Park in Delhi


National Zoological Park in Delhi is located near Purana Qila or Old Fort. National Zoological Park at Delhi is one of the very best and largest zoos in Asia. It is designed almost as a natural habitat of the animals and birds therein so as to make them feel comfortable.

National Zoological Park in Delhi was set up in the year 1959. It covers an area of around 214 acres. National Zoological Park at Delhi is designed by Major Weinman of Sri Lanka and Carl Hagenbeck of West Germany.

National Zoological Park of Delhi is a home to over 2000 species of animals and birds from Africa, Australia, America and Asia. At National Zoological Park in Delhi you can also locate the Kos Minar which was put up by Mughal emperor Jehangir.

You can also visit the library based on the wild life within the National Zoological Park in Delhi. From there you can collect lots of information on how the park came into existence and different wild life species. The whole park is very spacious and each animal cell is widely built.

National Zoological Park Video



National Zoological Park in Delhi is a perfect destination for family picnics. This park is famous among the children for they love watching the various animals like Chimpanzee, Hippopotamus, Spider Monkey, African Wild Buffalo, the Gir Lion, etc.

At National Zoological Park you can hire open-roofed mobile vans for traveling within the park so as to avoid the sun in summer. In winter its a pleasure for arranging picnics in National Zoological Park of Delhi.



Last Updated on : 5/24/2012



     


     

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