Rajasthan has a vast cultural heritage, and the people do care about the culture. Not just the culture, but this Indian State has big zoological parks for sharing some knowledge about the environment and the animals. The Nahargarh Biological Park Jaipur is one such adventurous spot you should visit in the next trip to Jaipur. It is a famous biological park in Jaipur, which has a variety of animals to watch and study. Also, the park environment is calm, breezy and relaxed; you’ll enjoy every moment spent while touring it.
Nahargarh Zoological Park is located on the land of Nahargarh Fort, which is one the Jaipur – Delhi highway and is spread over the landmass of 7.5 kms. The Aravali hills are situated near the Biological Park. You can take Bus, Taxis, Autos and other modes of transport to reach the biological Park from anywhere in the Jaipur city. You’ll find many taxi and auto-rickshaw operators with regular trips to and from the Biological Park.
Nahargarh Park was one of the few parks, that was chosen by the Government of Rajasthan to be the rescue centre and closed for a long time. Recently, the government has started the Elephant safari in the Park, to support the eco-tourism in the Nahargarh park. One of the oldest Zoos in the India, Ram Niwas Bagh Zoo which was established in 1876 by the king of that time H.H. Sawai Ram Singh-II, is now merged with the Nahargarh Park. The Merger completed in 2016 and was inaugurated by the Chief Minister of Rajasthan, Mrs Vasundhara Raje Scindia.
Unlike any other biological parks, Nahargarh Park has slightly different timings. According to the schedules set by the Forest Department of Rajasthan, the Nahargarh Park is open from 15th March – 14th October between 8.30 am to 5.30 pm and from 15th October – to 14th March between 9.00 am to 5.00 PM. The timings are different due to the summer and winter seasons in the State of Rajasthan. The Park is closed on every Tuesdays for maintenance purpose, so plan your visit accordingly. Otherwise, you have to return to your hotel without enjoying the beauty of this Park. If you are worried about the Jaipur Biological Park on Sunday, then they are normal as the other days, except Tuesday.
You need a valid ticket to enter the Jaipur Biological Park. The ticket pricing for Indian is Rs. 50, For Foreigners Rs. 300, For Students Rs. 20, For Jeep/Car/ Other Vehicles Rs. 300, For Auto-Rickshaw Rs. 60, For Indian Person with Camera Rs. 200 and for a Foreigner with Camera Rs. 400. Also, the ticket to bring Video camera for videography inside the biological Park would cost an Indian Person Rs. 400 and for a foreigner, it would cost Rs.1,000/-.
All of the tickets are available at the Park Counter, and you can book the tickets in advance on the official website of the Nahargarh Biological Park.
Nahargarh Zoo or the Jaipur Biological Park is the proud monument of the Jaipur city and also the State of Rajasthan. If you are interested in the jungle adventure safari, then you’d love the trip to Jaipur Park. Without Wasting any time, plan your trip and book the entry tickets to Nahargarh Biological Park in Jaipur.
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