Jaldapara wildlife sanctuary

Jaldapara wildlife sanctuary Timings, Rooms, Online Booking, Safari details

This park stretches over an area of 216.51 Sq.Km. This Sanctuary is inhabited by One-horned Rhinos, Leopard, Bison, Elephants, Sambar, Barking deer, Hog deer, Bison, Wildboar etc. The River Torsha flows the sanctuary and created good climatic conditions birds and reptiles. Commonly seen birds are Peacock, Crested Eagle, band-tailed fish eagle, shikra, Junglefowl, Bengal bustard, Malabar pied hornbill etc.

YearDetails
1941Sanctuary established to protect One-horned Rhinos
May 2012Declared as a National Park

Visiting Timings: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Jaldapara wildlife sanctuary Opening Dates

SeasonDetails
15 Sep – 15 JunRemains Open
16 Jun – 14 SepRemains Closed
Oct-MarBest Time to visit

Jeep Safari Timings

DayTimings
Morning Hours6:00 am – 8:00 am
Evening Hours3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
  

No.Of persons: 6 tourists + 1 Guide +1 Driver

Jaldapara wildlife sanctuary Entry fees

S.NoEntryTicket Cost
1Indian AdultRs.25/ Person
2Foreigner AdultRs.100/ Person
3Elephant SafariRs.140/ Person
4Jeep SafariRs.450/ Person
5Light Motor VehicleRs.50/ Vehicle
6Heavy Motor VehicleRs.200/ Vehicle
7Guide ChargesRs.100/ Vehicle
8Still CameraRs.25
9Video CameraRs.250

Tourists flow will be high during Dec, Jan, Feb, Apr and May months. From Feb onwards, it is easy to find One-horned Rhinos as grass level comes down. Elephant Safari is preferred over Jeep Safari as Elephants can go inside the forest.

For more details on Safari, please call on +91 8500085151

How to reach Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary?

By Air

  1. The nearest airport is at Bagdogra which is 140 Km from the sanctuary

By Train

  1. The nearest railway station is at Madarihat which is 7 Km away.

By Road

  1. The direct state and private transport facilities are available to this sanctuary with good frequency.

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