Time Required : April - November
Entry Fee : Indian Visitors - INR 10
Foreign Visitors - INR 100
Timings : 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Date : 1986
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Located in Srinagar, Salim Ali National Park is a national park housing beautiful mangrove shrubbery habitat for several endangered animals and birds alike. Officially named in commemoration of ornithologist Salim Ali in 1986, this national park is spread across an expanse of 9 km.
Initially known as the City Forest National Park, this space was further modified into the Royal Springs Golf Course between 1998 and 2001. This was carried out by the Chief Minister of the time, Farooq Abdullah. The Salim Ali National Park is among the three national parks of Jammu and Kashmir; the Dachigam National Park and Kishtwar National Park. There are a handful of stay options closeby as well.
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