Timings : Monday to Sunday: 6:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Entry Fees : Weekdays: INR 75 for Adults, INR 30 for Children (INR 200 for Cameras)
Weekends: INR 85 for Adults, INR 40 for Children (INR 200 for Cameras)
Boat Riding Charges : Ranging from INR 220 (for 1 person) to INR 1320 (for 7 persons)
Located near the rustic little town of Sanand, Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary is the largest wetland bird sanctuary of Gujarat. Nalsarovar is home to a beautiful lake spread across a scattered group of marshy islands which are vastly blessed with flora and fauna. Boating on the serene lake or Picnics in the vicinity of wildlife, Nalsarovar makes for a surreal experience.
Nalsarover was declared a sanctuary in 1969, as it saw a perennial glut of diverse varieties of birds flying in to inhabit the area. The sanctuary harbours over 210 species of both endemic and migratory birds, including rosy pelicans, flamingoes, brahminy ducks and storks, across different seasons. The islands are carpeted with a thick forest cover and huge fields of grass wherein the locally famous ‘Pilu’ trees can be found. For its rich biodiversity, Nalsarovar was declared as a Ramsar sight, which heightened its importance at the international level. Bird Watching with binoculars, Snacking in the sumptuous Gujarati cuisine or simply filling oneself with fresh air whilst boating across the lake, the Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary offers endless ecstasy.
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