Himalayan Bird Park

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Time Required: Less than 1 hour


10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Entry Fee:

INR 10 per person

Himalayan Bird Park, Shimla Overview

A little aviary, Himalayan Bird Park in Shimla is home to rare and exotic birdlife as well as iridescent monal pheasant which is Himachal's former state bird. This nature park, located in the heart of the city, opposite to Vice Regal Lodge is visited by thousands of locals and tourists throughout the year. One can take a walk around the park and explore the rich collection of plants and trees.

The atmosphere of the Himalayan Bird Park is calming to the soul and apart from looking at birds, one can also go there to get some fresh air. The collection of pheasants, peacocks and peafowl are bliss to bird watchers as well as wildlife photographers. It is also a must-visit for the nature lovers owing to the lush green pastures that the park boats of. Summers are the best time to visit Himalayan Bird Park, because, during winters, the place gets covered in snow. 

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The park is located 1.5 kilometers from Shimla Railway station and 2.5 kilometers from Shimla Old Bus stand. One can book an online cab or look for a private offline cab which can be found easily at any time of the day. The park is about 4.5 kilometers from the famous Scandal point and tourists even walk their way down to this spot. Local conveyance includes buses as well as taxis. Both services are very frequent and it is quite easy to get them. There are plenty of local buses one can board, including buses run by HRTC or private buses or tourist coaches. 

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