Keladevi Wildlife Sanctuary, Karauli

Keladevi Wildlife Sanctuary

Keladevi Wildlife Sanctuary is an expansion of the Ranthambore National Park and is spread in an Area of 676.40 SQ. km. It has Banas River in Westside and the Chambal River in the southeast. This National Park is named after the Keladevi Temple. Visitors going to the Park can likewise see the high slopes in the insides alongside the thick timberland.

Keladevi Wildlife Sanctuary
photo Source:

Besides, voyagers can likewise notice a few khos, for example, chirmul, ghanteshwar and khadi . This Forest is a house for some creatures including chinkara, wild hog, and jackal. Aside from these, tiger, panther, sloth bear, hyena, wolf, and sambhar are a portion of alternate creatures found in the Forest.

Keladevi Wildlife Sanctuary

The Ranthambore National Park is flanked by the Rivers Banas and Chambal on the North and the South, separately. Guests can get a marvelous perspective of the streams from the National Park. The National Park is home to a wide assortment of the feathered creature and creature life. It is named after the Keladevi Temple arranged inside the park.

The usually located creatures in the Keladevi incorporate sambhar, wolves, hyenas, sloth bears, panthers, tigers, jackals, wild pigs, chinkara, and others. Guests at the Keladevi Wildlife Sanctuary can appreciate jeep safaris and feathered creature watching trips in the forest.

The Kelasevi national park is arranged at a separation of 25 km from Karauli, which is another well-known vacationer destination in Rajasthan. A trek to the Keladevi Wildlife Sanctuary is an exceedingly remunerating background as the district is huge as far as untamed life as well as far as society and history.

  • Best time to visit: September to March
  • Opening and shutting hours: 10 am to 5 pm ordinary
  • Kind of Wildlife Safari: Jeep