Sajjangarh Sanctuary

 ...located on the outskirts of Udaipur city in Rajasthan, India was established in 1987. It is surrounded by the Aravalli hill range covering an area of approximately 5.19 square kilometers. 

The Sajjangarh Palace

... was named after Maharana Sajjan Singh. As a summer retreat for the royal family of Mewar, the palace, also known as the Monsoon Palace, was constructed in the late 19th century. 


The sanctuary is home to more than 450 plant species, many of which are herbs and medicinal plants. Trees including teak, mango, neem, jamun, khair, and ber, among others, dominate the forests. Additionally, there are numerous bamboo groves in the sanctuary. 


Numerous species of mammals, reptiles, and birds may be found here. The sanctuary is home to a variety of creatures, such as panthers, hyenas, wild boars, jackals, sloth bears, sambar deer, spotted deer, and four-horned antelopes. 

Activities To Do At Sajjangarh

You can enjoy jeep safaris, trekking and bird watching here. The safaris are conducted by experienced guides. The best time to visit the safari is in the months of October and March. The sanctuary remains closed during the rainy season from July to September. 

Sajjangarh Biological Park

The zoo has different types of animals and birds brought form different parts of the world. Currently, it houses 60 animals of 21 species.

Sajjangarh Biological Park

The Sajjangarh Biological Park in Udaipur is expected to receive 4 giraffes. The Sajjangarh Park administrators will also open a nocturnal zoo.

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