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Sajjangarh Wildlife Sanctuary

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Sajjangarh Biological Wildlife Sanctuary Admission Ticket with Optional Transfer
from US$30.00*
Sajjangarh Biological Wildlife Sanctuary Admission Ticket with Optional Transfer
from US$30.00*
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Near Sajjangarh Palace, Udaipur, India
+91 294 245 3686
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All reviewswhite tigergolf carbattery carmonsoon palacenice zoozoological parkwatching the animalsanimal loverscart ridevarious animalshilly areahigh altitudeparking facilitypanoramic view of the cityper personsajjan garhhighest point
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We went to Udaipur in Aug. 2018. Sajjangarh fort is amazing place and very green surroundings. Driving up to hill is adventurous.

Thank gulsyed
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Fantastically maintained the zoo and nice information on display. All age group people love this place.

1  Thank Inderpal B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

There is a beautiful zoo and the area is huge ,Children attraction in the Zoo . But due area is big children cannot travel .

Thank PushkalK3
Reviewed 30 July 2018

They market Sajjangarh biological park as sanctuary but it is more of a zoo. And its quite a good zoo atleast in comparison of other zoos in India. So if you have couple of hours and love outdoors/wildlife this is a must do spot in...More

2  Thank Dhaval_the_explorer
Reviewed 22 July 2018

Sajjangarh or the Monsoon Palace was quite disappointing. While it surreally stands out as an large illuminated lantern in the night, the actual palace is poorly kept.

1  Thank Gautam C
Reviewed 16 July 2018

This is good wildlife sanctuary. This is on the way to Sajjangarh fort. You can tour this place through cycle or battery vehicle.

Thank advance1984
Reviewed 13 July 2018

Amazing place with some good animals who are not kept in the small cage but have good space to roam around freely. There is even a white tiger here. Please do take your kids to enjoy this place

Thank misraabhinav
Reviewed 25 June 2018

We visited the sanctuary and the fort and the water harvest project. The view from the hill is scenic. The city of Udaipur is really full of lakes inspite of being in Rajasthan. The sanctuary though was barren with just few birda and monkeys We...More

1  Thank PuneTouristGuide
Reviewed 23 June 2018 via mobile

Bahut Bahut Badiya Full Marks for such a wonderful place great enjoyment for kids Love this place Thanks udaipur

1  Thank fghduytr
Reviewed 13 June 2018

There is a great variety of wildlife that can be found here. Even some endangered species can be spotted. However, the track is too long, so it is preferred to take the tour-car if you are not the walker-type.

Thank AnimeshDoshi
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4 February 2018|
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Response from KapilSalve | Reviewed this property |
1st half of the day is always preferable. Less hot compared to dead afternoon timings. Animals are kept well in properly tagged exhibits. So very difficult to miss watching them.
Chandrakant P
25 December 2017|
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Response from Manishbhatia111 | Reviewed this property |
entry fee of 50 Rs per person
Jigyesh S
13 November 2016|
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Response from Yogesh J | Reviewed this property |
Yes. Lions n tigers are there. May be you need luck to view them out of their caves.