Haridwar to Chila Wildlife Sanctuary





The journey from Haridwar to Chila wildlife sanctuary is one of the most exciting and thrilling excursions of the region. Located at a distance of just 8 km from Haridwar, Chila Wildlife Sanctuary provides the tourists with a wonderful experience to explore the vast reserve of diverse flora and fauna of the place.

One of the prominent itineraries of Haridwar tour, Chila wildlife sanctuary encompasses a total area of 240 sq. km. Blessed with a picturesque landscape, the wildlife sanctuary of Chila is the natural habitat of 23 different varieties of mammals and 315 species of fauna.

An integral part of the famous Rajaji National Park, Chila wildlife sanctuary draws several tourists who are absolutely awed by the sight of wild elephants, cobra, leopards, samber, tiger, Himalayan yellow throated marten, barking deer, jungle cat, wild boar, woodpecker, sloth bear, langur, ghural and many other rare and endangered species of animals.

For those who wish to add some adventure to their trip, Chila wildlife sanctuary provides them with a novel scope to indulge in fishing with due permission from the management. The best time to visit the wildlife sanctuary of Chila is from 15th November to 15th June. However, entry to the wildlife sanctuary is restricted before and after sunrise and sunset respectively.

The tourists can explore the vast stretch of the forest area of Chila wildlife sanctuary on the back of the elephant. Far from the maddening crowd of the main city of Haridwar, the trip to the Chila wildlife sanctuary is one of the favorite places of tourist interest of the region.



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Last Updated on 17th Oct 2012

     


     

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