Located in the foothills of the popular tourist attraction in Udaipur, Sajjangarh Palace or Monsoon Palace, Sajjangarh Biological Park (also known as Udaipur Biological Park) is basically a zoological garden. The park sprawls in an area of 36 hectares and is home to a rich variety of wildlife. Sajjangarh Biological Park launched India’s First Augmented Reality Application in order to promote wildlife tourism and education about local flora & fauna.
History of Sajjangarh Biological Park
The construction of Sajjangarh Biological Park started off in 2004-05 under the Rajasthan Forestry and Biodiversity Project, with financial assistance of Japan International Co-operation Agency. The park was then inaugurated in 2015 by Prakash Javadekar, Minister of Environment, Forest and Climate Change.
Highlights of the Park
- The park boasts 60 animals of 21 species.
- The major attraction here is the biopark’s mascot with which visitors can click selfies by scanning the Sajjangarh logo using Sajjangarh AR Application.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Sajjangarh Biological Park
Q. What are the popular wildlife in Sajjangarh Biological Park?
The major wildlife attractions are:
- Himalayan Black Bear
- Jungle Cat
- Striped Hyena
- Indian Porcupine
- Common Fox
- Sloth Bear
- White Tiger
- Marsh Crocodile
- Star Tortoise
Q. What facilities are available in Sajjangarh Biological Park for the visitors?
- Vehicle Parking
- Drinking water
- Children’s Park
- Rest areas at various points
- Wheel-chairs for handicapped visitors
- Golf carts tour on major routes of the zoo
Q. What is the visiting time for Sajjangarh Biological Park?
- Entry Fee: Adult- Rs. 30 & Foreign Tourist- Rs. 300
- Camera Fees for Photography: Rs. 80
- Video Camera Fees: Rs. 200
Q. Which activities are prohibited for tourists in Sajjangarh Biological Park?
- Feeding the animals by the visitors
- Vandalism or damages caused by the visitors
- Teasing the animals
- Smoking or consumption of alcohol
- Cooked food