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Established in 1855 by the Nawab of Carnatic, it is India’s first public zoo and was called as Madras Zoo. In 1976 this zoo was shifted to the Vandalur Reserve Forest. The current zoo spreads over 512 hectare and is one of the largest zoological parks in India, Indian subcontinent and the world. As of 2012, this park comprises over 1500 wild species including 46 endangered ones and is the first to set-up an amphibian captive facility in India. There are also life-sized models of pre-hist...
Nandankanan zoo
Opened in 1979 the zoo located on the banks of Kanjia Lake in the Chandaka Forest spreads to around 400 hectares. The zoo in its literal meaning means 'The Garden of Heavens' and is the first Indian zoo to join World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (WAZA). The zoo has around 67 species of mammals, 18 of reptiles and 81 of birds. The zoo houses species animals like white tigers, Black panthers, gharial crocodiles, Asiatic lions, Indian crocodiles, Nilgiri langurs, countless birds, reptil...
Elephant indian
Mysore Zoo, officially called as Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens is a vital link in making the Mysore most admired and sought after tourist places in India. Established in 1892 and open to public in 1902, this zoo is one of the oldest zoos in South India and is the home for a wide range of wild species. This place is a must on your itinerary especially if you are visiting along with your children. Timings
8.30 AM - 5.30 PM (Tuesday holiday). Entry Fee
Adults: Rs. 40 and ch...
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Spread over 380 acre, this park is established in 1959 and currently houses more than 100 species of animals. It offers safaris, educational shows and feeding sessions every day. As the zoo is located besides a 600 acre Mir Alam Tank, it attracts several migratory birds as well and adds to the tourist value of the park. Entry Fee
Rs. 5 - 10 per person. Timing
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM(April to June) and 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM(July to March) - all days except Monday. Visiting Duration
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This park is along the way to the Tirumala temple and if you are making the way by foot you will find the deer’s waiting to greet in the half way. The park is a favorite among the pilgrims as the deer’s here are very friendly and you are even allowed to feed them with fruits and other eatables. This pleasing experience will provide you a small break, and refresh / prepare you for the next half of your journey.
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