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General information
  Total Area
:  288 sq.kms
  Best time to visit
:  Throughout the year
:  Hotels & Restaurants
  Nearest Town
:  Mount Abu
  How to get there
:  Rail-Udaipur (185 kms)
 Rail Delhi (Delhi - Ahemadabad Rail Track)
  Species found
:  Grey Jungle Fowl, Sloth Bear, Wild Boar, Sambar, Chinkara, Langur  etc.
  More  information
:  Field Director, Mount Abu Sanctuary, Mount Abu, Rajasthan.

Between the Himalayas and the Nilgiri mountain ranges, the highest place (about 1700 MSL) is Mt. Abu is not only a sanctuary but also a fascinating hill station of Rajasthan. It is a living example of an inextricable mix of religion and tourism. The sanctuary spread over 288 kms is dominated by subtropical evergreen forests known for its cool refreshing air, fully charged with the jasmine.

Thirsty Wolf
The kacchar, Kaionda, mango, champa, roses, khajur, phaludra and jasmine blossoming on the granite rocks during March & April are a breathe taking sight. This sanctuary is so filled with the activities of birds that it is a sort of pilgrimage for bird lovers.
It is unique in the sense that more than 250 species of birds are found here, but the speciality of the Abu sanctuary is the grey jungle fowl. The leopard sloth bear, wild boar, sambar, chinkara and langur are the other inhabitants here.

Black-Bucks at sunrise