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Mount Abu Sanctuary - Mount Abu

Mount Abu Sanctuary
Mount Abu Sanctuary (Credit.2570)
Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary is in Mount Abu in Sirohi district of Rajasthan, India within the oldest 'Aravali' ranges. It's range varies from 300 mtrs at the base & 1722 mtrs at the height.

Things to Do & See:


Affluent with bamboo forest, this sanctuary has variety of orchids. The rare wild roses & Feras is the feature of the sanctuary. Along with this, Kacchar, Kaionda, Khajur and Phaludra & herbal trees with medicinal values are found in the sanctuary.

Highly endangered wild animals are found in the sanctuary including the leopard, wolf jackal with other common mongoose, langur etc. For the sloth bear, it has the perfect environment. The distinctive feature of the sanctuary is that though it has plenty of bird species (over 250) to observe, but the grey jungle fowl is the particular one.

How to Reach?


Being a popular holiday destination the place is well connected to rest of the country.

By rail: Abu Road is the nearest railway station just 28 KM from the main city, Which is very well connected by rail routes to New Delhi, Ahmadabad, Jaipur, and Mumbai. From Abu Road you can opt for state transport service.

By air: The nearest airport is Udaipur at a distance of 185 km; But Ahmedabad is having better connectivity.

By road: Mount Abu is well connected by road with major cities of the Rajasthan & other major cities.

Accommodation:


Several choices are there in Mount Abu that suits one pocket. Hotel Udaigarh, Hotel Hillock, Hotel HiltoneĀ  are some of them.