Not at all a place to visit bird lovers . Terrible experience . No staff ...... No birds ..... Dirty ponds full of Mosquitos . Unhygienic surroundings with no facilities .
November is the best time of the year to visit the park. Plenty of migratory birds perching on the branches of the trees on the island surrounded by the lake. Spotted a couple of deer as well. Dont need to be an ornithologist to enjoy the place.
Gurgaon and its outskirts near aravali range is best location for peace and bird lovers. further it is the bird century near to the capital of India and even near to the business hub. Where people can come and enjoy with shopping, fun, business and also for peace & nature- One can come with family and make all expeditious.
Sultanpur National Park is located in close proximity of Delhi. It is just 20-25 km away from IFFCO Chowk, Gurgaon. This place which was declared a Bird Sanctuary in 1972 and later a National Park in 1989. How to reach? On January 2013, I visited this place. Though I am not an avid bird watcher but the word National Park... More
The lake is a precious resource for immigrant birds in the nesting season. The diveristy of arboreal birds need habitat preservation. The only form of revenue are the resorts nearby and visitors. Public facilities for protecting a secure foot or walkway without disturbing the animals and birds should be provided as most visitors are families with children. The birds like... More
This place lacks the maintenance of the sanctuary, being run by government people there are less chances of it's revival, traveling 2 hours from Delhi to this place was not a good experience
This is a place, where you can go over the weekend, you can go alone, with you family, friends who are alike minded, couple ..... Really a splash of green in the middle of the concrete jungle. Best times are of course winter, however, you can as well go during monsoon - if fresh green leaves are fascinating to you.... More
An hour's drive out of Gurgaon, this Sanctuary offers about a 3-km long track to scan babbuls and weeds for forest birds like flamebacks, shrikes and stonechats, ground birds like pipits and francolins, raptors like kites, shikras and buzzards and, come winter, wetland ducks from Europe and elsewhere. Between the months of October-March, walks yield more avian inhabitants than the... More
A long exciting walk in the jungle and greens, to spend some time in the quiet, far from the madding crowd, and an opportunity to spend time with variety of migratory birds, that is what this Santuary gives you as an experience. Located very close to Gurgaon and easily reachable in 30 mins, an ideal place to visit with friends... More
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