Sajjangarh Biological Park | Udaipur

Sajjangarh biological park

Timings for Sajjangarh Biological Park :

S.No.SeasonTimingDay
1.Winter Season (21 October to 15 March)9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.Monday, Wednesday to Sunday
2.Summer Season (16 March to 20 October)9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.Monday, Wednesday to Sunday

Biological Park will remain closed every Tuesday.

Note: The timings may differ. Sometimes, it is said to be closed from July to September.

Entry Ticket for Sajjangarh Biological Park

S.No.ParticularsPrice
1.IndianRs. 35
2.ForeignerRs. 300
3.CameraRs. 80
4.Video CameraRs. 200
5.Golf cartRs. 50 per person(per trip)

Vehicle Parking is available outside the gate

S.No.VehiclePrice
1.Two WheelerRs. 10
2.Jeep/Car/VanRs. 20
3.Bus/Mini Bus/TankerRs. 50

Sajjangarh Biological Park (also known as Udaipur Biological Park) is a zoological garden located in the foothills of Sajjangarh Palace or Monsoon Palace, a popular tourist attraction in Udaipur. The park is 36 hectares in size and is home to a wide variety of wildlife. Sajjangarh Biological Park launched India’s First Augmented Reality Application to promote wildlife tourism and education about local flora and fauna.

Tiger in biological park

There is a Zoo Hospital where sick animals can be cared for. Plastic covers/bags are not permitted inside the Udaipur Biological Park. The zoo has a Nutrition Center that caters to the feed needs of the zoo’s wild animals. The animals are cared for by a full-time experienced veterinarian and a trained compounder. In addition, CCTV cameras have been installed throughout the zoo to provide 24-hour surveillance.

Bear in biological park

Biological Park’s Highlights

  • The park is home to 60 animals from 21 different species.
  • The biopark’s mascot is the main draw here and visitors can take selfies with him.
  • By scanning the Sajjangarh logo with the Sajjangarh AR Application you can see the every minor details of animal.
Lion in biological park

History of Sajjangarh Biological Park

The Rajasthan Forestry and Biodiversity Project, with financial assistance from the Japan International Cooperation Agency, began construction in 2004-05. Prakash Javadekar, Minister of Environment, Forests, and Climate Change, then dedicated the park in 2015 and opened it for everybody.

Guide map of biological park

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