Chilla Wildlife Sanctuary


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Chilla Wildlife Sanctuary Overview

Ranked 18 of 77 sightseeing in Haridwar

Chilla Wildlife Sanctuary, located on the east bank of the River Ganges, sprawls over an area of 249 sq. km. Established in 1977, this sanctuary was however combined with the sanctuaries of Motichur and Rajaji in 1983 so as to create Rajaji National Park.

Situated at a distance of 10 km from Haridwar, the wildlife residing in this sanctuary includes elephants, tigers, bears and small cats. In addition, the entire area of this sanctuary is mostly inhabited with elephants, besides a variety of interesting birds. The best time to visit this sanctuary is between November and June. For tourists, wildlife safaris along with elephant rides are also available.

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      7:00 AM -6:00 PM
      7:00 AM -6:00 PM

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      Parth Sabharwal

      Parth Sabharwal3.6/5

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      Beautiful and picturesque

      Most beautiful and picturesque while travelling in the area of the jungles of rajaji national park , , around nine kilometers from haridwar, many animals can be seen here, elephant's are in quantity.

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