Sajjangarh Sanctuary


Arrival Udaipur

On arrival in Udaipur you will be received by our representative at your desired place in Udaipur and further drive straight for excursion tour to Sajjangarh Wildlife Sanctuary.
Sajjangarh Wildlife Sanctuary

The Sajjangarh Wildlife Sanctuary surrounds the Sajjangarh Palace. Situated at a distance of 5 km from the destination, the sanctuary is home to sambars, wild boars, chitals, hyenas, jackals, panthers, hares and blue bulls.

Bansdara Hill provides the backdrop of the sanctuary and provides beautiful views of sunset and sunrise. In the sanctuary, chitals, sambars, wild boars and blue bulls can also be seen.

Apart from a variety of reptiles and birds, the sanctuary is also home to animals like panthers, hyenas, hares and jackals. The ecosystem of the sanctuary is supported by the Tiger Lake that is also known as Bari Lake or Jiyan Lake. This artificial lake was built by Maharana Raj Singh, the erstwhile ruler of Mewar, in 1664. Maharana Raj Singh named the lake after his mother, Jana Devi.

An unusual small fish shaped hill that is known as MachlaMagra, is located a short distance away from the sanctuary. From Gorilla Viewpoint, varied species of animals and birds can be spotted.

On the western region of Bansdara Hill is Jhar Water Hole that abounds with Mahua trees. Near the waterhole, a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva is situated. Nilgais, sambhars, wild boars, hyenas, panthers and jackals are some of the animals that form a part of this safari park.

Later in the evening return back to Udaipur.
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