Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary
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debace
뉴델리, 인도포스팅 16건
2021년 12월 • 가족
Nice place to visit for a day for people around Delhi. It's open from Tuesday to Sunday. Monday closed, though most of the site says Sunday closed, which could be some old update. Ticket price is Rs.500/- which is bit steep and they can plan around 200/- to get more visitors to see the place. It's a great off road experience and one needs to travel on a better ground clearance vehicle. Ita a 15 KM stretch and one can see lots of peacock, Fox, Deers and many other animal species. The department can plan to have some tea stalls with some snacks for some refreshments. The last point is Neeli Jheel which has a nice view, but Monkeys creates a havoc and one needs to carry a stick to keep them away, but they shall spoil your car for food. One should be careful by not carrying any stuff outside as the monkeys can trouble you. Overall a nice place to visit and one can spend around 3-4 hours for a nice holiday to spend. Need more promotion about the place and I am sure, the place shall have lot to offer soon.
2021년 12월 26일 작성
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Wandering Som
뉴델리, 인도포스팅 2건
2020년 7월
Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary

New Delhi

Extreme Off-Roading to Death Valley - Bhardwaj Lake

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It was more than 3 months that I was able to take my bike out for a ride. Locked inside home, both the machine and me were getting suffocated. We had to have a breath of some fresh air into our system. We had to expand out oxygen intake and recharge ourselves. The challenges were several, we couldn’t go out for a long rides; the city borders at multiple placed are still locked.

I had set off to explore infamous Bhardwaj Lake in the Death Valley. The lake which is also known as the Khuni Jheel got all the tags over time with the series of incidents that took place in and around the lake.

As we entered the place within no time we lost all cellular signals. And there was no Google Map to assist. We were lucky to find few villagers who helped us with the way. As we were kind of lost and desperately trying to figure out the way, I happened to see a small hillock. I climbed up and got a spectacular view of the entire ridge. It was absolutely green and somewhere in the distance we saw a huge vacant place. I knew that’s where the lake was. As we went close to the Bhardwaj Lake, the bad road became worse.

The entire journey of us exploring the place and trying to find the Bhardwaj Lake was well captured in the form of a video. Search for Wandering Som on YouTube and you shall be able to see the video.

Someone said, "when you wander, you get to experience and explore new things".
2020년 7월 17일 작성
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SandeepSaha1967
뉴델리, 인도포스팅 69건
2019년 4월 • 커플
This wildlife sanctuary is located in the southern fringes of the city. Approached from South Delhi, it is en route to Surajkund. But it spans well into Gurgaon of Haryana state.

Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS) has set up a Conservation Education Centre here with support from Government of Delhi and they organize frequent walks and awareness sessions. We have been to two of them and enjoyed the experience thoroughly.

The sanctuary is vast and has the typical flora and fauna of semi-arid Aravalli mountain range. Discovering the hidden birds is an interesting activity.
2019년 5월 18일 작성
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Arun Hariharan
구르가온, 인도포스팅 204건
2019년 1월 • 친구
Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary essentially is a an arid scrub forest which includes the now abandoned Asola Bhatti Mines. It has a large quarry lake-the Neeli Jheel or Blue lake. Wildlife includes different types of antelopes, monkeys, hares, fox and an occasional leopard. Our motorbike group undertook a ride from Delhi. Route is exceedingly picturesque-initially the GFR and then the bylanes from Gwal Pahari. A left turn from the Gwal Pahari signal takes you through the beautiful country road through Dera Mandi village right upto Asola Village. From Asola head to Bhatti Village where one needs to leave the highway and head into the rugged track into the sanctuary. After crossing the Forest Department barrier it is a 7 km drive through the forest upto Neeli Jheel. En route are a couple of stray monkey re-hab centres maintained by the forest department. Cars and bikes with low ground clearance may bottom out at a couple of places but in winters, the track is pretty okay. Wonderful place for a day trip from Delhi/Gurgaon.
2019년 1월 27일 작성
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Swati Mehra
뉴델리, 인도포스팅 117건
2018년 12월 • 가족
To many it comes as a surprise that our very own Delhi is home to a Wildlife sanctuary. Located opposite the ruins of Tuglakabad, the sanctuary is at a walking distance from Dr Karni Singh Shooting range. Though the sanctuary does not have too many wild animals, it still is home to Nilgai (Delhi’s very own state animal) along with golden jackals, monkeys, peacocks, migratory birds, butterflies and host of other flora and fauna local to the aravalis. The sanctuary is also office to Conservation Education Center (CEC) that along with Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS) conducts a number of guided tours and events in the sanctuary.
There are a number of events that are in particular planned in winters. These include golden jackal safari, rapture survey and bird watching.
This year we joined them for golden jackal safari that was a paid event. The safari started at about 7:30 am and ended by 12 pm and included about 20 participants from different walks of life.. This is a unique safari where private vehicles are allowed to be driven inside the safari guided by the BNHS officials. As part of safari we also trekked to the Bhardwaj lake. The trek to and fro was about 4 km and included passing through black berries shrub and flora native to the aravali range. The trek was totally worth it. The whole trip was very informative as the BNHS officials kept sharing their knowledge with us all. With family this is a good start to Sunday morning. Definitely recommend the safari and visit to the lake. The sanctuary also has a butterfly park where once can see a good variety of butterflies. Once inside you don’t feel that you are in Delhi.
The staff here is knowledgeable and supportive. Recommend that you contact CEC or BNHS for arranging a visit to this place and not venturing on your own.
Since the sanctuary is located close to Sangam Vihar, once can see local folks moving around. Though I had reviews of other people saying that this place is not safe, we did not feel so maybe because first we went during the day time and secondly we were in a large group.
2018년 12월 11일 작성
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Majid A
포스팅 1건
2018년 5월 • 개인
The place is good. Its secure, the staff are cooperative. The scenery is so nice. one need to go to the lake
2018년 6월 29일 작성
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Parabhdeep sing... T
애버츠퍼드, 캐나다포스팅 36건
2017년 12월
nothing. there is nothing to see. a big wastage of time in delhi traffic.sit in hotel if you have nothing to do.
2018년 4월 9일 작성
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Dr Graham B
버밍엄, UK포스팅 48건
2018년 3월 • 친구
This place is huge. It is not ready for visitors yet. There are no developed paths and the signage is poor or non-existent. The taxi driver lost the way and had to double back. I don’t recommend this for a day out. Most disappointing.
2018년 3월 20일 작성
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SnoopyDelhi
파리다바드, 인도포스팅 362건
2017년 12월 • 개인
I visited the sanctuary during the 2nd half of the day (2:30PM onwards), it was a guided walk arranged via the Conservation Education Centre (CEC).

For those arriving at the sanctuary from Faridabad, you will find the entry gate on your left on the ridge road from Surajkund to the Karni Singh Shooting Range/Stadium. The gate is a few hundred metres after the police check post. It is easy to miss the unassuming entry gate, so watch out,

Once you enter the premises, you may walk/drive down about a 100m to reach the CEC office, which is on the 1st floor. This is where you need to fill up a registration form and you are assigned a guide, for INR 100 per person visiting.

The guide will walk you through a trail that covers a highly arid man-made forest area, a tiny wildlife garden (best spot for spotting birds and squirrels in action) and a butterfly park.

Let me say upfront that I was able to spot atleast 7 different species of butterflies, a moth and caterpillar in formation on the leaves of some plants, a herd of nilgais (blue bull or blue cow, an Asian antelope), some pea fowls, lots of bulbuls, sparrows, Indian robins and a majestic white throated Kingfisher. A patient 20 minute wait by the pond rewarded me with a wonderful sight of the Kingfisher swooping down thrice to pick its bait from the pond (not sure if it was a fish or some other insect).

I found the trail to be really dry and arid - that is how the terrain in the region is. The trees providing the forest cover were a mix of native and non native species. The guide informed me that they were consistently replacing the non native species with more of native species to improve the survival rate, achieve better forest cover and revive the native ecosystem to bring back the flora and fauna.

The butterfly park housed inside the sanctuary and right besides the CEC office is a nice park, still being developed, and houses a rich variety of both host plants and nectar plants to attract the butterflies. The sightings are highly dependent upon the weather, season, temperature and you may need to make multiple visits at different times of the year to spot a wide variety of the butterfly species.

It was a pleasant surprise for me to see a sanctuary bang in the middle of the city and right next to a busy road. It is still under developed and I did not find the charges justified, nor was any documentation shared or provided about the kind of species you can hope to spot at other times of the year. I really hope that it gets the needed support to step up to a sanctuary that should become a pride of Delhi one day.

Do check it out though.
2017년 12월 21일 작성
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frend09
India포스팅 1,041건
2017년 6월 • 커플
Regular walks are held by Bombay Nature Conservationists. Go with them, its worth the per head fee and time.
2017년 6월 27일 작성
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