Mahendra Chaudhary Zoological Park, Zirakpur, Haryana

March 10, 2015 - Zoological Parks, Zoos
Mahendra Chaudhary Zoological Park, Zirakpur, Haryana

Mahendra Chaudhary Zoological Park is zoological park eminently. There is straggling of menagerie on area transversals of 202 acres besides having green background that is quite striking. It is a spectacle certainly for observing the ways of demesne rural raw area where distortion into abode magnificent is there for animals untamed. Menagerie depiction blushing and splendid of ecological original accord which has attraction augment factor of environments that are solely gorgeous.

The fauna and flora have been set in area that is aside and open such that behavioral and physical wants are paralleled convened to environment usual. The major attraction and magnetism of Mahendra Chaudhary Zoological Park is Royal Bengal Tiger. This has thereby formulated to importance that is ideally pointed for visiting this zoo and taking trip of it. Visitors are taken in incarcerated motor transportation means to shelter of Royal tiger for attraction relished factors acquiring. Whilst taking wander of shelter of tiger visitors enjoy encounter with animal splendidly and securely.

This zoo is attraction for one and all. The visiting time is summer- 7AM to 7PM and winter- 9AM to 6PM. It is closed on Mondays. Best visiting season is September to march. Best visiting time is afternoons, evening and mornings. Sightseeing needed time is 2 to 3 hours. Tickets are required for visiting purposes.

Rs. 15 each for national and foreigner adults who are 12 years and above. Rs. 250 more for cars/jeeps. Rs. 5 for kids of national and foreigner adults aged between 3 to 12. Rs.150 more for zoo excursion by auto rickshaw in vehicle that is operated by battery Rs. 50 per person for 1 hour and Tiger Safari Rs. 50 per person for 30 minutes.

Tourist importance:

Shri Baba Balak Nath Temple, Fruits Orchards, Kasauli Christ Church, Nada Sahib, Summer Hill, Mansa Devi temple, ISKCON Chandigarh Sri Sri Radha Madhav Temple, Bhīma Devi Temple, Timber Trail

Nearest airport, train, bus, and taxi:

International Airport is present located 11km from city centre. Delhi, Punjab, Haryana are connected to Chandigarh by rail. State owned buses, Deluxe Volvo buses and semi-deluxe buses are present. Chandigarh is connected to road network by NH21 and NH22.